Apple faced another setback in its ongoing patent spat with Samsung overnight as Judge Lucy Koh dished out a denial of Cupertino's attempt to gain a permanent injunction against the Korean manufacturer. It's certainly far from the end of that legal skirmish and Apple still has an opportunity to appeal the decision, but it also offers Samsung some wiggle room as well. Thankfully, the rest of today's overnight recap is (mostly) less dramatic, so let's dive in...
If you're like us and have starry eyes thinking about Apple's new CarPlay (formerly iOS in the Car) coming to your own automobile, the folks at Volvo have provided a video offering a glimpse of what to expect.
After a decade as chief financial officer during Apple's biggest financial windfall in history, Peter Oppenheimer is riding off into the sunset of retirement later this year, no longer the voice of Cupertino's quarterly financial calls.
Late last year, Apple shocked music lovers by being the first to debut a new, unannounced Beyonce album as an iTunes exclusive — and now Cupertino is lobbying executives to provide them with more of the same.
Well folks, another month has come and gone, so we'll be saying goodbye to February in grand style today with another jam-packed news recap. Thursday was relatively quiet on the tech front, but once again we've managed to extract a couple of new apps worth looking at, an Instapaper update and a couple of other stories you might have missed. Read on to find out more!
Here's one that will likely chap the behinds of mobile executives who just spent the national gross income of a small country to attend Mobile World Congress: Apple's latest tablet was voted best, and they didn't even have to show up.
Mobile device lovers have plenty to look forward to now that Mobile World Congress 2014 is officially underway in Barcelona, Spain. Samsung already jumped the gun Saturday by announcing a pair of new Gear smart watches that actually ditch Android for its own open-source Tizen OS, and is expected to unveil the Galaxy S5 later today. But before you get distracted by that, check out what else went down over the last few days...