Ironically claimed Optis Wireless Technology was making unfair royalty demands
A federal judge tossed a $506.2 million damages award against Apple after ruling the iPhone maker should have been able to argue that patent owner Optis Wireless Technology was making unfair royalty demands.
The UK’s comedy contact tracing app fiasco has continued to hit the headlines. Now an update has been blocked from Apple and Google’s app stores
Decided not to pursuit
The four year legal battle is over. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has decided not to appeal the 9th Circuit's decision, against the claim that Qualcomm's business model and practice were anti-competitive. To refresh your memory, the verdict that included a vote from three judges was unanimous in Qualcomm's favor.
Facebook says no
Apple is so desperate to win its antitrust case with Epic it is hitting up other big tech empires in the hope it can dig up some dirt.
Used the sacred words of Steve Jobs in vain
Fruity cargo cult Apple has got its knickers in a twist over the watchmaker Swatch's use of the phrase "one more thing" in its advertising.
But that is so innovative
Brazil's consumer protection agency Procon-SP has fined Apple nearly $1.92 million for selling the iPhone without a charger.
Borked by design
A US judge has decided that the fruity cargo cult Apple must face a class action law suit over its borked butterfly keyboard design
Makes billions from small developers
Mobile app developer Kosta Eleftheriou, who publicly called out Apple earlier this year for negligence over-policing iOS scams and copycat apps on the App Store, has filed a lawsuit against the fruity cargo cult.
Nothing to suggest that it is a move by an evil monopoly
The French Competition Authority refused to tell Apple to hold off implementing the changes, which will stop apps tracking iPhone and iPad users without their explicit consent, or force Apple to negotiate with app developers.