Did you really think we could go for more than a few weeks without the mentioning a new Apple-centric lawsuit? Of course not. This time around, the action surrounds a cash-strapped Taiwanese monitor manufacturer called Proview who owned, then sold and subsequently cried over a trademarked name you may be familiar with.
Well, in light of all of the happy-go-lucky Apple hardware news, something was bound to go wrong somewhere. Bloomberg is reporting that apple is facing a brand new lawsuit over complaints that the iPad heats too quickly in direct sunlight. The complaint was filed on Friday of last week in Oakland, California and claims that the Apple tablet device "does not live up to the reasonable consumer's expectations created by Apple" because it "overheats so quickly under common weather conditions."
If you’re one of the many who have lusted after an iPhone but weren’t willing to make the switch to AT&T from your favored network, a new lawsuit against Apple and their exclusive U.S. carrier has now been approved for class action status that may shake up the stranglehold currently placed on Cupertino’s handset.
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It looks like Apple’s legal woes over patents won’t end with Nokia and HTC -- a Taiwanese firm has now filed a complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission seeking to halt the import of Apple’s products that use multitouch.
Things are heating up in the patent wars with Android's market share
growing while the iPhone's growth has shrunk. Both Apple and HTC have
hit each other hard in the press while Cupertino has taken the
competition to court over multiple alleged patent claims.
takes a look at those patents and envisions just what Google's Android
phones would look like if Apple won every part of the suit. Short
answer: back to the drawing board for Android and HTC.
Just about all of us have been there at one point or another, we get a gift card to a store that is across town or one we don't shop at much, so we let it linger there in our desks, wallets, or purses. Then when we finally get around to using it, turns out our gift card had an expiration date!
Skype tried pulling that same little trick on their SkypeOut users, only things didn't go so well for the company.