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Apple Vs Samsung

Samsung to pay Apple $120 million for infringing on slide-to-unlock patent

November 6th, 2017

At least one portion of Apple’s longstanding legal battle with Samsung has finally drawn to a close. Earlier today, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear Samsung’s appeal of a jury ruling which originally awarded Apple $120 million after finding that Samsung had infringed upon a number of iPhone innovations, including the slide-to-unlock feature Apple …

Apple Vs Qualcomm

Qualcomm sues to stop Apple from manufacturing iPhones in China

October 13th, 2017

As the legal battle over iPhone royalties rages on, Qualcomm recently filed a new suit against Apple, this time seeking to prevent the iPhone maker from manufacturing and selling iPhones in China. Though Qualcomm previously sought to prevent Apple from importing iPhones into the United States, taking steps to hinder the iPhone manufacturing process itself — which …

windows updates

Microsoft promises never to force upgrades on customers ever again

August 24th, 2017

Microsoft’s Windows 10 rollout was something of a disaster. It’s not that the operating system is bad — in fact, it’s widely considered to be quite a bit better than its predecessors Windows 8 and (ugh) 8.1 — but the manner in which the company attempted to motivate customers to upgrade left a sour taste …

traffic experiment

City axes carpooling laws, causing mass chaos

July 6th, 2017

Most of us roll our eyes at traffic laws, and when you’re stuck behind a hundred other cars trying to make it down the same stretch of pavement, the idea of a carpool lane catering only to those with three or more people in their vehicle can seem downright criminal. For decades, Jakarta, Indonesia, had …

Google Antitrust Fine

Here’s why 7 US tech giants just declared themselves Google’s enemy

June 28th, 2017

Google is in trouble with regulators… again. The EU’s anti-competition watchdogs have slapped the company with a huge penalty for what it sees as sketchy web practices that emphasize Google’s own services over those of competitors, creating an anti-competitive environment and driving other companies away. A group of seven big tech companies in the US …

Snapchat Users

Snapchat CEO doesn’t want poor people using his app, lawsuit claims

April 12th, 2017

Earlier this year, a former Snapchat employee named Anthony Pompliano filed suit against Snap Inc. for inflating user numbers and flat-out lying to investors about the company’s long-term potential for growth. Pompliano’s lawsuit was originally filed this past January, albeit in redacted form. This week, an unredacted version of the lawsuit was made public and, …