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Apple sued over FaceTime by company holding a single patent

11/01/2012, Patent trolls seem to crawl out of their caves in recent memory, and in a rather surprising move (hey, this is America that we are talking about, where just about anything can happen), Intercarrier Communications of Texas who owns a single patent for...

Apple faces new patent lawsuit concerning FaceTime

10/31/2012, Apple’s video calling software application known as FaceTime is a strong selling point in today’s tough consumer electronics industry. But the tables could turn, now that the Cupertino-based tech behemoth is receiving a blow out of the water....

Apple loses appeal in UK against Samsung

10/18/2012, Remember awhile back the UK courts ruled in Samsung’s favor? The courts then ordered Apple to place ads in the media that basically stated that Samsung did not copy the iPad’s design. Naturally this did not sit well with Apple and the Cupertino...

Apple appeals Tokyo court patent ruling

10/15/2012, Apple and Samsung’s business relationship can be said to have been burnt beyond repair, in fact, Samsung recently disclosed that they are just a “manufacturer” in Apple’s eyes, and who knows, Samsung might not even get any more contracts from...

US court to decide whether an IP address identifies a person

10/08/2012, Most copyright holders who start legal action aren’t looking to go to court. They’re looking for out-of-court settlements; easy money. Many copyright-focused lawsuits are started en masse, with little more than IP addresses to identify the...

Philippines passes a new law against cybersex and “cam girls”

09/20/2012, If you have been around the internet long enough, you’ve probably stumbled across one or two questionable websites where girls (and presumably guys, but maybe not as common) will perform acts of the sexual nature via webcam in exchange for money. Given...