An iPhone app for PACER (Public Access to Court Electronic Records) was released earlier this week allowing users to have a better mobile experience when looking up dockets on the website. Previously regarded as difficult to use on iOS devices, the system now allows its users to view dockets and all other court documents in [...]
HTC lost its most recent legal battle against Apple this week when the U.S. International Trade Commission ruled that the Google Android operating system violates a patent related to the linking of data in apps. The verdict on the patent will also result in a ban of the import of all HTC devices into the [...]
After a first attempt to create its own version of Apple’s trending voice assistant, “Siri,” Google is reportedly working on a new, more sophisticated model to release in early 2012. The new voice assistant, dubbed “Majel,” will replace Android’s first attempt at a voice assistant app called “Iris” (or Siri in reverse).
Reportedly developed in under [...]
Last Friday we wrote an update on whether or not AT&T was still pursuing its merger with T-Mobile. The Department of Justice judge overseeing the lawsuit, Ellen Huvelle, has granted requests from both parties which will delay the antitrust case scheduled to begin February 13. AT&T will have until January 12 to file a report [...]
After 30 filed suits between them over the past eight months, Apple lost its appeal to extend a ban on the sale of Samsung Galaxy tablets in Australia. Samsung has made sales of more than 300 million units this year for mobile handsets, surprising not only competitors such as Apple but also Samsung, itself. Apple’s [...]
On Tuesday AT&T withdrew its application to buy T-Mobile USA’s mobile licenses. It is speculated that the corporation made this move in order to avoid the publication of an internal staff report. The FCC released the document anyway, much to AT&T’s chagrin, in the belief that the merger is against the public interest.
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