Wonderfully-named mobile phone manufacturer "GooPhone" has patented a very iPhone-like design in China, according to local gadget site GizChina.
Since when is getting sued, losing, and being forced to pay over a billion dollars in hard-earned cashed a ... win?
One can only imagine how many patents Apple would have brought to the case if Cook seriously means what he says ... and Apple uncovered more during the trial than it expected at find.
While we’re still waiting on the jury’s response to the Apple v. Samsung case in San Jose, a South Korean court has issued its own verdict, which finds that both companies infringed on the other’s patents.
Whichever way the verdict breaks, the Apple-Samsung patent trial, which ends this week, will have wide implications throughout the technology industry.
On the eve of their patent trial's closing arguments, the chief executives of Apple and Samsung spoke with one another -- as the judge ordered them to -- but failed to come to an agreement.
Editor's Pick Sometimes patent cases are boring. In the Apple versus Samsung patent case, however, there's been one shining, albeit unexpected, entertainer: the judge.
It is on. World War III, here we go.
Google is finished with helping Samsung and other Android sellers with its left hand behind the back, in a black box. It's tired of Apple attacking Google by fighting proxy wars with Asian manufacturers. No more cold war, no more semi-civilized conflicts in third-world countries no one has ever heard of.
Google vs. Apple, meet USA vs. USSR, circa 1985.
If there could be a worse part to this tragic story, it's that the teenager received only about 10 percent of the total amount realized from the sale of his kidney. He used his share of the proceeds, about $3,500 U.S., to buy an iPad and an iPhone.
Apple should get down on its knees and thank God for whatever corporate traitor gave it Samsung's internal iPhone vs Galaxy S1 comparison document.
Oracle v. Google re: Java found a way to get interesting again. A couple of months after Oracle's billion-dollar fishing expedition went bust when Google's Android was found not to infringe on Java patents, the judge has asked both parties which bloggers they paid.
Samsung's Galaxy is bigger, lighter, and constructed with a plastic back. Apple's iPhone 4s is smaller, heavier, and glassy/metallic. But that didn't stop Susan Kare, the designer of the original Mac icon set, from confusing the two.
Apple and Samsung are locked into a courtroom battle over patents, look and feel, and massive corporate egos. But it's hard for a legal newbies to know who's winning. So I asked Kevin Taylor, a partner at Schnader Harrison to give us the play-by-play.
Editor's Pick Craigslist really, really, really does not want any of its listings showing anywhere else on the web.
The Samsung-Apple legal battle just took yet another left turn into soap opera status. One day after Samsung took the dangerous step of taking the case to the media, Apple has asked the judge to issue a summary judgement in …
We haven’t seen a love-hate relationship like this since the Honeymooners.
Apple and Samsung are fighting tooth and nail in the market, together winning half of the global marketshare and 90 percent of the profit for smartphones.
And they’re mauling …
Never has the question “Do you use an iPhone?” been so important.
In a Silicon Valley court today, Apple and Samsung are facing off in one of the most significant trials of the extensive iOS-Android legal battles. Apple is seeking …
Kodak moments are in short supply right now.
The former photography giant has almost struck out with its bid to prove that Apple infringes on image-preview technologies that the bankrupt century-old company says it invented.
Strike one: January 2011, the
Steve Jobs is still so popular, eight months after his death, that to mention him too frequently would bias jurors in a Samsung-Apple lawsuit.
At least, that’s what Samsung thinks.
According to Reuters, a Samsung attorney told a San Jose …
Ray Bitar, Full Tilt Poker’s CEO, was arrested yesterday on new charges that the poker czar has been involved in a Ponzi scheme.
Bitar had been avoiding arrest by living in Ireland; he was taken into police custody Monday as …