Android’s multitouch software is not as good as Apple’s multitouch software? That’s what Samsung is claiming in order to avoid a recall and sales ban of its Android smartphones in a patent suit in the Dutch Court of Hague. In this round of the Apple vs.
Apple has filed a lawsuit against smartphone manufacturer HTC, alleging that the company has infringed on 20 patents related to the iPhone. The complaint cites Google's Nexus One, the T-Mobile G1, the Droid Eris, the Touch Diamond, the Touch Pro2, and the Imagio as examples of infringing devices.
Apple sued Motorola for infringing on six patents related to multitouch and other access technologies in its Android smartphones. Responding to a Motorola lawsuit against Apple three weeks ago over smartphone-related patents, the Apple suit hopes to stop Motorola from selling its popular, Android-based Droid phones....
A myriad articles have appeared since Apple’s CEO, Steve Jobs, announced the end of his iCEO-ship and the start of his spot in Apple’s iChair, and while some think Apple’s future is crunchily sweet, others think that an Apple without Jobs will one day leave Apple’s employees without jobs.
There may well be sobs for those who will likely end up missing out on being able to buy a nicely realistic figurine of Steve Jobs, given that Apple shut down sales of a similar doll last year and with no reason why Apple would suddenly be lenient over the use of Steve Jobs’ image.
During his WWDC 2010 keynote address, Apple CEO Steve Jobs boasted that the iPhone was currently number two behind RIM in smartphone sales. He quoted a Nielsen survey but there was a noticeable absentee in Apple’s stats - Symbian. So what’s the truth?
There is not much that can be said about Apple and Steve Jobs that has not already been said. Jobs is Apple; no, Apple, with its superlative developers, is much more than Jobs; Jobs is merely human and just a good salesman. The reality is, however, Apple and Jobs are inseparable because Apple is Steve Job's dream. And that's why it will not survive after he goes.