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According to a report by gigaom.com, Apple has officially filed its expected appeal in the ebook price fixing case. The verdict handed out this past July was not in Apple’s favor and several sanctions followed in a September injunction.
Apple has until 2014 to actually present materials but they have already given a heads up to what the appeal include when a letter was sent to Judge Denise Cote in August. It appears that the original litigation and the appeals are going to center on witness credibility and internal company workings, all of which are open to varied interpretation.
There appear to be a lot of CNN readers who thought that meeting the voice actor behind Siri was not newsworthy today but perhaps this is the exact news you should read as a distraction from the government shutdown. For me this was the perfect read on a snowy morning in Denver.
What does Apple do when they want to add features to one of their product lines? They go shopping for smaller companies and according to sources close to Techcrunch.com, Apple has purchased Cue for between $40-60 million. What does Cue have to say about this? They have closed their site and removed their app.
Welcome back to our weekly installment of our retro game spotlight. Each week, we track down fun games from our childhood and yours to let you know what’s been ported to iOS. Sometimes, we feature new games that remind us of classic ones, but most of the time we talk about games that came out when we were kids. Last week, we told you about the very old-school real time strategy game Warlords Classic. Does anyone still own an Amiga?
This week, we are hitting the road to a long journey that takes us on trains, busses, and all manner of transportation. Get ready to travel back in time with one of the most popular management simulation games of the 1990s.
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In a move that undermines an already broken patent licensing system, Samsung has allegedly misused information about licensing agreements made between Apple and other companies that were divulged as a part of the Apple vs. Samsung case during 2011-2012. The licensing agreements were supposed to be kept confidential and only be used by the company’s counsel in the related litigation. Nokia and Apple are claiming Samsung executives inappropriately used the licensing information during negotiations earlier this year.
The camera on the iPad and iPad mini are notoriously bad. Apple has spent a lot of time and energy making the iPhone camera top quality with loads of extra features and technology, but they seem to think that no one uses an iPad to take pictures. Believe me, they do. I see people taking pictures with their iPads all of the time. KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes that Apple might give the tablet line a better camera in the next refresh.
According to Electronista, Kuo told investors that the iPad and iPad mini may be upgraded to an 8MP camera with the next generation. There is also a chance that the fifth-generation iPad and second-generation iPad mini will be more on par with the iPhone 5s, since they are capable of larger apertures.
Looking for a new puzzle adventure game? Sega has a scratch for your itch. From the creator of Monkey Island and Maniac Mansion, Ron Gilbert, comes a new game that will have you lost in the darkest recesses of a sentient cave that takes pleasure in your misfortune. Grab a pick axe and your adventuring companions and head out for the spelunking trip of a lifetime in The Cave.
The most popular streaming media service in the U.S. just recently updated their iOS app. Now, users can enjoy HD quality movies on their iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Plus, AirPlay streaming is now possible from your iOS device. That is, if they get it working properly.