Apple has sent notice to EPEAT Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool and will no longer be submitting their devices for review. EPEAT certifies devices in their ability to be environmentally responsible. The certification process also checks whether or not the device will be easily dismantled and recycled with regular tools. Apple’s latest devices such as the Macbook Pro with Retina display are ineligible for certification due to the inability to easily dismantle it.read more
Today the Chinese court has stated Apple, Inc. has agreed to pay a local Chinese company $60 Million dollars to settle their infamous iPad name dispute.read more
On June 29th Apple stuck quite a blow to Samsung when they won an injunction against the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Apple also recently won an injunction against the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. The injunction places a ban on all sales of the Galaxy Nexus in the United States.read more
Though the television set did not make an appearance at Apple’s recent Worldwide Developer Conference in June, Apple’s ‘push in to the living room’ is almost guaranteed to be happening fairly soon. Hints in Walter Isaacson’s biography of Steve Jobs, Apple execs murmuring…it seems that Apple sees itself as beyond computers and mobile devices, and facilitating efficiency and positive user experience across a range of pursuits.
So, what can we expect from an iTV? This article will take a look at some rumours and match them up against Apple’s unique design philosophy.read more
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,”