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Future iPhones May Have A 360-Degree Wraparound Curved Display

06/14/2016, A new patent has been granted to Apple which details a device that has a wraparound curved display and a transparent housing. Drawings in the patent imagine a device with a display that completely wraps around it, covering the front, rear, and the sides...

Yahoo’s Sale Includes 3,000 Patents

06/08/2016, Yahoo is in the midst of finalizing the sale of its core internet business. It’s expected that Verizon is going to bid some $3 billion for the business during the second round of bidding. A new report sheds light on the fact that in addition to...

Apple Fighting Call For Ban On iMessage And Facetime

05/29/2016, VirnetX, a patent licensing firm, was recently awarded $625 million after a jury ruled in its favor, finding that Apple has wilfully infringed on four of its patents. The company isn’t going to stop chasing Apple even after that verdict. It’s...

NVIDIA Settles Patent Dispute With Samsung

05/02/2016, NVIDIA sued Samsung back in 2014 alleging that the Korean company was infringing on its patents. Samsung responded by suing NVIDIA for alleged patent infringement and the U.S. International Trade Commission first found Samsung not guilty of infringing on...

Supreme Court Takes Up Apple Vs Samsung Patent Suit

03/21/2016, The Apple vs Samsung patent dispute has been going on for a few years now with no end in sight but that might be about to change soon. The United States Supreme Court announced today that it has agreed to hear Samsung’s petition for a writ of...

Galaxy Note S Pen Could Double As A Stand

02/07/2016, It’s easy enough to hold most modern smartphones in one hand and consume content but it’s not uncommon to feel the need for a stand or just something to prop up the phone against so that we can free both hands, maybe eat a burger while we...

Boeing Patents Fully Automated Fuselage Manufacturing Plant

01/13/2016, Boeing has been in the business of manufacturing airplanes for decades and it doesn’t plan on quitting anytime soon. The company has to adapt to the changing technological environments which require it to make changes in the way it does things now....

Samsung Patents Foldable Smartphone With Integrated Projector

01/03/2016, A patent application from Samsung has recently been published by the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, it adds to the company’s arsenal of patents related to foldable smartphones, the device envisaged in the patent folds like a book and also has a...

Samsung Takes Patent Feud With Apple To Supreme Court

12/15/2015, Samsung’s patent feud with Apple has been going on for a few years now, the company was found to infringe on several on Apple’s patents and ordered to pay $930 million. It was able to bring down the damages amount substantially in the legal...

Apple And Samsung Agree To Mediate Patent Lawsuit Again

09/29/2015, Apple and Samsung have fought a very long legal battle over patent infringement, the first jury trial took place in 2012 and found Samsung to be guilty of patent infringement, the Korean company was slapped with $1.05 billion in damages but it went...

Apple Patents Earbuds That Don’t Fall Out During Exercise

07/28/2015, Have you tried exercising with the earbuds that Apple makes? You probably have to deal with the earbuds falling out on their own because they’re really not meant for use during intense activity. Apple obviously knows this and might make some...

Future Samsung Phones Could Measure Body Fat

07/12/2015, Health is increasingly becoming a major area of focus for mobile device manufacturers, smartphones these days are capable of measuring different kinds of biometric data but so far there hasn’t been one to measure body fat. Though the possibility...

Apple May Allow Person-To-Person Payments In The Future

07/05/2015, In the coming years Apple Pay will be gradually expanded beyond the United States to various other markets, with the UK launch expected to come in just over a week. What would be the next logical frontier for Apple’s payments service? Would the...