Legal tech startup Modus announced raising $10 million in funding to continue expansion of its successful eDiscovery service, which helps lawyers manage ballooning amounts of data while building a case.
Presumption of innocence is a fundamental component of law in many nations, including Canada, France, Russia, and yes, even, yes, the Islamic Republic of Iran. It is not however, enshrined in the constitution of the United States of America.
Apple won’t get a permanent and full ban on the import of 26 different Samsung smartphones and tablets. And Samsung won’t get a new trial.
Remember Apple CEO Tim Cook saying that Samsung’s copying went far deeper than his company had imagined? Or the slide deck in which a Samsung product manager reviewed all the ways in which the Galaxy S1 needed to improve based on how iPhone worked?
Turns out that’s not the full story.
We’ve heard from Microsoft execs, Tim Cook, and even industry watcher Robert Scoble about yesterday’s overwhelming win for Apple in court versus Samsung — now, one of the trial’s jurors is speaking out.
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.
An Arkansas man has had his death penalty conviction overturned because one juror during his case was tweeting and another juror fell asleep.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange may be extradited to Sweden to face rape charges after losing an appeal in the UK.
World of Warcraft, one of the top-selling online games in the world, will be free to download and play for a good chunk of the game’s introductory content, game developer Blizzard Entertainment announced today.