If there was any doubt that Nokia was serious about putting a stranglehold on Apple in court, then the third time’s the charm -- the Finnish cell phone giant has just slapped Cupertino with yet another lawsuit claiming infringement on several “implementation patents” cited in a complaint with the ITC only last week.
Yesterday, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office officially gave its stamp of approval to 11 of Apple’s patent designs, covering everything from the MacBook Pro to the iPod classic and even elements of Mac OS X itself.
New data out this week puts Apple’s iPhone at the number one spot on a Top 10 list of U.S. mobile phones, but they still lag in overall market share due to the competition having multiple models available.
Many Mac users were wowed by Apple’s Mac mini server package when it was announced, but at $1,000, it's still a bit too pricey for even the average person to justify shelling out the cash for a home server. Fear not true believers, we're going to show you how to turn that old Intel Mac you’ve got lying around into a server that can duplicate many of Snow Leopard Server's features without shelling out another penny.