Samsung and Apple have had the most epic of courtroom battles, and the latter scores another victory as jury orders Samsung to pay $290 million in damages for infringing on Cupertino’s patents.
Today, publishers Macmillan and penguin sent emails to eligible customers informing them that they could receive compensation from a settlement following the US Department of Justice antitrust against these companies, three other publishers, and Apple.
Apple has been hit with a new lawsuit by a man from New Jersey. The man claims that he was burnt by his iPhone 4, which resulted in “severe, permanent, disfiguring and disabling injuries.” He now seeks $75,000 in damages, excluding medical and other costs.
A Nashville lawyer is filing a suit against Apple because its devices are capable of displaying porn, and the lawyer is incapable of not looking at it.
The American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit against the Obama administration on Tuesday, June 11, 2013 over what they refer to as a “dragnet” by the administration with its recently exposed PRISM program. PRISM, which was exposed last week by former NSA contract employee Edward Snowden, presumably collects all manner of logs on domestic calls,