It’s fine. IT’S ALL FINE.
Apple fanboys are less original than….Samsung? *GASP*
Dropbox’s strategic partnerships team, filled with a batch of former Googlers and other policy experts, is tasked with embedding Dropbox into new mobile devices. Now the company is finding its way into Sony’s new phones.
Citigroup sees a $10 billion market in four years. Dumb watches keep selling too.
A Samsung spokesperson replied that they specify in their user manual that smothering the phone could cause a fire.
Lululemon now has 31 design patents and is taking action against rivals who infringe on its styles.
Your commute sucks. There’s an app for that.
Tablet manufacturers shipped 50.4 million tablets, up a tiny 4% from the same quarter a year ago, according to IDC.
Wait, Google used to be called WHAT?
While the 10 top sponsors of the Olympics invested heavily in Sochi’s success — and in their multi-year partnership with the International Olympic Committee — they have remained largely silent on LGBT and other human rights concerns in Russia.
A verdict for its trial with Samsung just came in, and Samsung is going to have to pay Apple $290 million. Now, what should it do with all that cash?
Including Nokia, Samsung, Microsoft, and others. This is what the new monetized internet looks like.
Sheryl Sandberg assured friends and family that she wasn’t on the flight, while Samsung’s David Eun was shaken up but safe.
Not every startup turns to gold, and not every exit ends up generating millions of dollars in profit for the founders. Case-in-point, Friday’s sale of Boxee to Samsung.
Magna Carta Holy Grail seems like it should be a big deal, but it’s kind of hard to get excited about it. Should I feel bad about that?
Magna Carta Holy Grail is coming out on July 4th, but the first million downloaders of the Magna Carta mobile app on Samsung phones will get it for free.
Cook opened the door to the possibility of third-party developers getting their hands on the iPhone’s features. This is a pretty big shift in the company’s typical tenor.
Ford (sexism). Hyundai (suicide). Mountain Dew (racism). Ads are upsetting folk lately.
The world’s largest smartphone manufacturer has something Apple doesn’t.
He’s just asking to get sued.
With a long, jargon-filled whimper.
Samsung, which just lost a court case for copying the way Apple products look (among other things), just revealed its new tablet/laptop hybrids. They look a little familiar!
This momentous event has come to pass more than a month ahead of schedule. Phone Dick Doomsday has arrived.
The most important trial ever that you think you don’t care about is over. The jury has declared Samsung in willful violation of multiple Apple patents, and awarded Apple over $1 billion in damages.
Samsung is all about originality. Just walk into any Samsung retail store and ask a Samsung Smart Guy(tm). They’ll tell you.
It’s not even an patent. It’s a years-old educational video about how intellectual property works. This 17-minute video, which is being shown to the jury, will provide the basis on which they’ll judge the knock-down, drag-out fight about the origins of the modern smartphone.
The latest computers come with dual-core processors and a double helping of sexism.