Apple Sued Over Mac OS X Start-up Process

Another day, another lawsuit. Apple has been sued for patent infringement concerning the Mac OS X start-up process. Florida-based Operating Systems Solutions is suing in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida. It’s been claimed by the company that the Mac operating system violates a patent it owns for quickly booting an

ITC Rules HTC Violated Apple’s Two iPhone-related Patents

A preliminary ruling has been made by the U.S. International Trade Commission on Friday that HTC’s handsets illegally violated two patented inventions found in Apple’s iPhone. The initial decision came from a judge at the ITC, who established, according to reports, that HTC dishonored two of the 10 patents Apple had accused the company of

Samsung Sues Apple Over iPad, iPhone-related Patents

On Tursday, the war of words was escalated by Samsung against Apple with a formal lawsuit. The Delaware complaint followed just days after an ITC dispute and alleged that the iPad, iPhone, and iPod were copying “many of Samsung’s innovations.” The Korean company has already sued Apple outside of the US but principally avoided the

Apple Will Pay Nokia Billions In iPhone Patent Licensing

Although Apple mocked at the financial impact of the settlement, licensing fees of Nokia technologies will end up costing Apple billions. The Cupertino, Calif. company could pay Nokia a lump sum of up to $608 million with about $138 million in licensing fees going to the Finnish firm every three months, as per Deutsche Bank

Top 10 Worst Inventions

No matter who you are there are some things that you simply cannot ignore, some due to their elegance and productivity and some due to the mind-numbing and logic-defying idea behind their very creation. Today, we take a look at the later; 10 worst inventions of all. No 10. New Coke On April 23, 1985, Coca-Cola

Facebook’s Assets Frozen in Ownership Lawsuit

An attorney for Facebook told a judge on Tuesday that she was “unsure” whether company founder Mark Zuckerberg had signed a contract with a New York man who claims to own 84 percent of the social network. Paul D. Ceglia of Wellsville, N.Y., claimed in a lawsuit filed in June that he entered into a

Apple countersues Nokia over phone patents

Apple is suing cell phone maker Nokia for patent infringment, a countermove to Nokia‘s earlier suit against technologies used in Apple’s iPhone.