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After negotiating with the Federal Trade Commission for months regarding the use of in-app purchases in the App Store, Apple has reached a consent agreement with the agency, according to a company-wide email Tim Cook just sent employees. Apple’s in-app… Read more ›     

Filed under “S” for “Stalling” and “Still waiting” is the Apple-China Mobile deal, which remains yet to materialize. In place of the expected announcement, China Mobile chairman Xi Guohua said on Wednesday morning that his company currently has no announcement… Read more ›     

There are few tech terms more loaded than “user privacy” here in 2013. Back in January Cult of Mac reported that Apple had lost its spot on a list of the 20 most trusted companies when it comes to user… Read more ›     

‘Tis the season for class-action lawsuits, and a new one is being brought against Apple, alleging that the Cupertino-based company knew about problems effecting the 27-inch iMac, yet did nothing to stop them. The lawsuit is being by Corbin Rasmussen…

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bouncing-ball-7810One of the key patents in Samsung and Apple’s neverending patent dispute was ’381, the so-called “bounce back” patent. As you might recall, the patent describes the way in which an iPhone, when inertially scrolling a document, will bounce back when it reaches the top. It’s a little detail, but it’s one of the few […]

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Last month, HTC and Apple reached a cross-licensing settlement that would put a 10-year kibosh on any litigation between the two. While HTC’s Peter Chou was happy enough to call the settlement “A Good Ending,†Samsung saw it as an opportunity to have injunction proceedings against them thrown out.

Samsung immediately sought access to the details of said agreement and were finally granted access by the courts. This ruling ultimately allowed for  [Read More...]

Last month, HTC and Apple reached a cross-licensing settlement that would put a 10-year kibosh on any litigation between the two. While HTC’s Peter Chou was happy enough to call the settlement “A Good Ending,†Samsung saw it as an opportunity to have injunction proceedings against them thrown out.

Samsung immediately sought access to the details of said agreement and were finally granted access by the courts. This ruling ultimately allowed for  [Read More...]

The patent saga continues with U.S. Circuit Judge Richard A. Posner in Chicago ruling that Motorola and Google must provide Apple with information regarding Android development as well as information about the impending merger. It’s unclear exactly what specific “information” must be provided and while everyone goes ahead and assumes it’s some sort of top secret documentation, I’m betting it’s nothing of the sort and Apple won’t be gaining any trade secrets  [Read More...]

It was previously mentioned that analysts were saying the iPad 3 was headed into production. Afterward, further rumors emerged regarding aredesigned dock connector. This time, information regarding the iPad 3′s display is emerging. Brooke Crothers from CNET has apparently heard information regarding the iPad 3’s alleged 264PPI display. It has previously been mentioned that the next iteration of the iPad will come with a 2048×1536 resolution display (assuming that the display manufacturers, LG and Samsung, can keep up with  [Read More...]

Tim Cook’s email to Apple employees regarding the passing of Steve Jobs is below: Team, I have some very sad news to share with all of you. Steve passed away earlier today. Apple has lost a visionary and creative genius, and the world has lost an amazing human being. Those of us who have been fortunate enough to know and work with Steve have lost a dear friend and an inspiring mentor. Steve leaves behind a company that only he  [Read More...]