What would your desk look like if it were designed with computers â€” not books, pencils and papers â€” in mind. The makers of the SlatePro think it would look like this: a perforated bamboo surface with sturdy steel legs… Read more ›
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Apple has today had its request for a permanent injunction on Samsung’s patent-infringing products denied. The Cupertino company was awarded $ 929 million in damages, but it argued that the monetary sum was insufficient, and that a number of Samsung products… Read more ›
Legal practice management software company Clio has just released the latest results of a survey it calls “Apple In Law Offices,” detailing the use of Apple devices in law firms across North America. The 2013 survey marked a considerable increase… Read more ›
In Japan and other Asian countries, an annual tradition that many retailers participate in during the holidays is called “Fukubukuro,” commonly referred to as “lucky” or “mystery” bags. The concept is simple: you put together bags of heavily discounted products… Read more ›
For the first time in the country’s history, Turkey has an Apple online store.Â Apple’s full lineup of newest products is available except for the iPad Air and Retina miniâ€”both should be available as the international rollout continues in the coming…
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The U.S. government has no love for Samsung after the Korean company requested that President Obama veto a sales import ban that had been placed on some of its older products. Back in August, the ITC ruled in favor of Apple and placed a ban on several Samsung phones and tablets that infringe on Apple’s […]
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Apple is now free to sell its products to customers who plan to bring them to Iran, according to a new report from The Wall Street Journal. The U.S.Â Treasury Department has loosened its trade sanctions on Iran, but Apple is still not permitted to sell directly within the country or to its government officials. “Weâ€™ve [Read More...]
Three years ago, Tim Cook very memorably said that although Apple was selling $40 billion worth of products every year (that number has since more than quadrupled), all of Apple’s products could fit on a dining room table. That amazing quote was slightly disingenuous — many of Apple’s products are virtual, and take up no […]
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T-Mobile only recently started selling the iPhone, and it has proven to be a very good thing for the struggling carrier. By marketing itself as the hip “Un-Carrier” that charges less up front, T-Mobile is starting to see better days. After the company reported healthy growth in its quarterly earnings report today, CEOÂ John Legere made [...]
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Apple’s third quarter earnings call didn’t produce many interesting comments from the company’s executives, but CFO PeterÂ Oppenheimer and CEO Tim Cook did generally mention new products coming in the fall. But then again, that isn’t anything new. Apple has been beating the same “stuff is coming” drum all year. When asked a philosophical question [Read More...]