Tag Archive: Says

HTC Catches Feelings, Says Apple Would Rather Sue than Compete Fairly

HTC is taking the disappointed parent round in their official response to Apple’s latest complaint filed with the International Trade Commission in which Apple requests the blockage of HTC imports. Originally Posted by : HTC is disappointed at Apple’s constant attempts at litigations instead of competing fairly in the market. HTC strongly denies all infringement claims raised by Apple in the past and present and reiterates our determination and commitment to protect our intellectual property rights.  [Read More…]

Jailbreakme.com Has Changed This Time A Sticky note that says “we’ll be back soon”

They have the same sticky note, Jailbreakme.com has changed, this time a sticky note that says “we’ll be back soon”. This is the same sticky note Apple uses when its site is down for maintenance or when a new section is added. But this could also mean that since jailbreakme.com is selling, that they are switching to a new website which will be online soon (most likely jailbreak.me,  [Read More…]

Apple Says No to iPad and iPhone Giveaways

Honestly, what could drive more traffic to a website than the prospect of winning an iPad or iPhone? Maybe the cure for cancer, or guaranteed lottery winnings. Maybe. Too bad Apple is trying to dig a grave for the marketing gold that is free iPhone and iPad giveaways. CNN Money’s Philip DeWitt highlighted Apple’s Guidelines for Third Party Promotions today (found here), and made note of a few of the restrictions. The issue came to  [Read More…]

JP Morgan Says Other Tablets Not Selling Like iPad Hotcakes

According to JP Morgan analyst Mark Moskowitz Apple’s competitors have turned off some ovens in their bakeries after “an early dose of reality.” Flagiship tablet devices such as Motorola’s Zoom, Research In Motion’s BlackBerry Playbook, and Samsung’s Galaxy Tab have had a weak showing so far. As a result the companies have dipped their build plans by 10% due to the lack of sales. This doesn’t mean the devices aren’t selling units at all, it  [Read More…]

Intel Says It Wants to Work with Apple

Mobile does, indeed, make for strange bedfellows. As it turns out, executives at Intel say they are open to the prospect of working with their rivals, not the least of which is Apple. According to a published report from Reuters, Intel would consider “any proposal to use its advanced manufacturing technology to make processors based on a competing architecture.” “There are certain customers that would be interesting to us and certain customers that wouldn’t,” Intel’s  [Read More…]

Tragic Explosion Won’t Delay iPad Production, Says Foxconn

As we reported late last week, a fatal explosion occurred in the early morning hours Friday at the Foxonnn plant in China – the infamous site where iDevices are mass produced and no shortage of controversies have emerged in recent years, most of which involve allegations of sub-par working conditions and a rash of employee suicides. The explosion, which remains under investigation, isn’t believed to be the result of foul play. Although mechanical[Read More…]

iPad Is a Computer For “Normal People” Says Apple Founder

‘The tablet isn’t necessarily for people in this room,’ Wozniak told a conference in California. ‘It’s for the normal people of the world.’ Wozniak, who co-founded Apple with Steve Jobs in 1976, now works for storage company Fusion-io and was speaking at Storage Networking World in Santa Clara.He said that Steve Jobs had always wanted to create a computer that was simple enough for everyone to use “but it was just hard to get there”.Wozniak  [Read More…]

Report Says NFC Technology May Come with iPhone 5 After All

Click the image to open in full size. On Monday, Matt reported that the latest buzz in the world of mobile is that Apple’s 5th generation iPhone may not come with Near Field Communication (NFC) technology as initially anticipated. NFC makes mobile payments possible by allowing smartphone users to shop and pay at retail locations using their handset alone and not cash or plastic. Late Thursday evening, Forbes blogger Elizabeth Woyke countered the rumors  [Read More…]

FTC Says It Will Investigate iOS In-App Purchases, Per US Lawmaker’s Request

Click the image to open in full size. On February 9th, we reported that US Congressman Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.) reached out to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) questioning Apple’s "marketing practices of applications for Apple devices."Markey expressed his concern in a letter to FTC Chairman Jon Liebowtiz, citing examples of several accidental and costly in-app purchases, some of which were made by children playing with their mom or dad’s iPhone. As many will  [Read More…]