Tag Archive: Imports

StreamNation Now Imports Instagram, Lightroom, Flickr Photos And More

Keeping photos on Instagram, Facebook, iPhoto, Google Drive, Google+, Flickr, Lightroom, Aperture, Picasa, Dropbox or OneDrive? Then you might like StreamNation, an app and service that collects them all together in one place. What’s more, it also gives you 20GB…Read more ›    

iDraw 2 Now Imports And Edits Photoshop Files

IDraw, the iPad vector-based drawing app, has just gone v2.0, and turned from a great drawing app into a crazy full-featured pro-level app. Here’s a taster of the new features: Photoshop PSD Import/Export: Import layered PSD files with vector paths…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Feed Wrangler Now Imports Google Reader Folders As Smart Streams

Hey RSS refugees (RSS-u-gees?). Did you sign up for a Feed Wrangler account so you could import all your Google Reader feeds and keep using them in something like the Excellent Mr. Reader app? Me too. And did you see that Feed Wrangler pretty much just ignored all your carefully thought-out and painstakingly organized folders, […]

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ITC Bans Imports Of Older AT&T iPhones, iPads After Major Samsung Patent Win


Following a win by Samsung in the International Trade Court claiming that older Apple devices violate one of its patents, the ITC has issued an import ban on iPhone 4, iPhone 3, iPhone 3GS, iPad 3G and iPad 2 3G devices that run on the AT&T network.

The patent in question was Patent No. 7,706,384, which is called an “apparatus and method for encoding/decoding transport format combination indicator in CDMA  [Read More…]

Openwave Seeks Ban on All iPhone, iPad Imports in New Lawsuit

Openwave Systems has filed suit against both Apple and Research In Motion for allegedly infringing on the company’s intellectual property and associated patents. According to Bloomberg, Openwave filed complaints with the U.S. International Trade Commission and in federal court in Delaware. Openwave asserts that two smartphone pioneers have mutually infringed upon at least five of its patents. The violated patents in question supposedly relate to the ways in which mobile devices (phones and tablet computers)  [Read More…]