Apple has finally put the Proview trademark lawsuit behind it, which means the company can start to focus on releasing the new iPad in China at long last. According to one blog in that country, Cupertino may be planning to do just that on July 27.
Australian regulators got mighty worked up when Apple released the new iPad there and it didn’t work with the country’s 4G LTE network. So what is Cupertino to do? Pull the same trick U.S. carriers have been doing and move the 4G goal post.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) today announced plans to regulate health and medical apps with a set of proposed guidelines. The FDA posted the guidelines today, and is encouraging "consumers to weigh-in on the guidelines during a 90-day public comment period that follows that posting."
So, with Washington D.C. now proposing to potentially dictate how apps should be developed and used, do you have something to say about it?