Apple has just got a little bit of good new concerning their suit against the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. District Judge Lucy Koh agreed to tentatively stop sales of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 tab in the US. She makes this ruling and states the following:
“While Samsung will certainly suffer lost sales from the issuance of an injunction, the hardship to Apple of having to directly compete with Samsung’s infringing products outweighs Samsung’s harm in light of the previous findings by the Court,”
In virtual-reality speak, ‘immersion’ can mean a number of different things. Ever taken a look at the Matrix, and thought about what it might mean for us? Rene Descartes was one of the first to ask this question – if we’re totally ‘immersed’ in an environment where all sense stimuli are artificially produced and fed to us, how could we distinguish that environment from external reality?read more
Apple had filed suit against Motorola Mobility it what they believed was a blatant copy of the iPhone. Just recently Judge Richard Posner ended the case with extreme prejudice meaning that neither company can re-file the but they can appeal.read more
Most people take their smartphone for granted, but not Conrad Jackson. Conrad had been diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy early in life and is unable to speak. Conrad used his BlackBerry to keep in touch with friends and family. He lost his phone on an OC Transpo bus earlier this week.read more
Just a couple of years back, the words ‘mobile readers’ would mean absolutely nothing. But as technology is advancing at an exponential rate, so too is the world around us.
Browsing the internet on your mobile device can be somewhat of a painful experience, with users either getting a stripped down version or having to constantly zoom in and out. The emergence of tablets has helped in this area, but internet content just isn’t the same as on your home PC, and this is particularly the case for the media industry. Try reading today’s newspaper from your mobile device…read more