Apple’s Newest Courtroom Foe Is Patent-Savvy University

As a veteran of the global smart phone wars, Apple is used to courtroom battles with fierce competitors such as Samsung and Nokia. This week, however, a federal jury returned a verdict against Apple in a lawsuit brought by a different kind of adversary: a public university. The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s licensing arm, the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, convinced a

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Addicted to Your Cellphone? These Photos May Make You Uncomfortable

This is the world under the influence of electronic devices. It is an eerie place, filled with people who seemingly look past each other and into empty space. In reality, they are staring into their cellphones, tablets and other screens. In a series of images for a project called “Removed,” photographer Eric Pickersgill captured that imaginary world, in which the

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iPad Pro release date, news and features

The wait is finally over – Apple has unveiled the first version of its enterprise-focused tablet, the iPad Pro. Unlike previous iterations of the iPad, the the iPad Pro (starting at $799, around £599 and AU$1199) is designed to enhance productivity, operate as a hybrid laptop and slate, and it’s got enough storage to function as your main computing device.

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In Bringing Ad-Blocking to Mobiles, Apple Gives Itself a Boost

Apple Inc’s move to make ad-blocking software available on the iPhone is a double-barrelled effort to boost the health of the so-called app economy, while undermining arch rival Google Inc, which dominates the $120 billion (roughly Rs. 7,97,204 crores) online advertising market. The new version of the iPhone operating system, to be released Wednesday, will for the first time allow

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Answers to Questions About Apple’s New Products

We asked readers to send us questions about Apple’s new products on Wednesday when the company unveiled updated iPhones, a bigger iPad, an upgraded Apple TV and accessories. Many readers had queries about the new devices and how they work. Brian X. Chen and J.D. Biersdorfer answered the most frequently asked ones. Q: There is a slight width difference of

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