Of course, it’s no secret that the two mega corporations have been at each other’s backs for what seems like an eternity now.
Jurors in a legal case that involved the California-based technology giant spent the best part of 4 hours coming to their ultimate verdict, last week.
The lawyer of NSA whisteblower and contractor Edward Snowden has reportedly made new comments, this week, pertaining to a special piece of software installed on Apple’s iPhone by default -and completely undetectable to the user- that can ‘activate itself without the knowledge of the user.’
Ryan Seacrest isn’t giving up on his mobile accessories company. Despite landing himself and his business partner, Laurence Hallier, in hot water with Blackberry at last year’s CES, over the design and function of the firm’s first product – the Typo, Seacrest is returning this week to show off a much larger version of the detachable keyboard accessory for Apple’s iPad.
This time, it’s the Typo2 for iPad.
A number of major news networks have filed a motion with the U.S Courts, this week, as they try to obtain the right to broadcast a deposition video featuring the late Steve Jobs – to the public.
In testimony given as part of the ongoing iTunes antitrust lawsuit, through which Apple is now defending itself over its alleged actions involving the ‘anti-competitive’ behaviour it showed, in relation to the treatment of a user’s music library – back in the heyday of the all-reigning iPod, Apple has seemingly admitted to the deletion of songs from iPods that it found had not been purchased through iTunes.
Apple has rolled out its “negotiator extraordinaire,” Eddy Cue, to publicly clarify the company’s stance in the ongoing class-action eBooks lawsuit, that accused the firm of (allegedly) conspiring to fix the pricing of digital books sold via the iBooks Store.