Jury Says Samsung Ripped Off Apple’s iPhone Technology

By: Saturday August 25, 2012 4:00 pm

Apple spanked Samsung so hard their whole family could feel it on Friday when a 9 member jury found that Samsung had violated numerous Apple patents that pertain to both the iPhone and iPad.

The jury deliberated for only 23 hours, and indication that they found Apple’s chronological, side-by-side presentation of Apple and Samsung product development extremely convincing.

The decision is being hailed as a “blow to consumers,” but if you look at Apple’s April 15, 2011 complaint (PDF), you’ll see what the jury saw.

 

Apple Hoards Cash Offshore; Makes Products Abroad in Abusive Conditions

By: Wednesday November 2, 2011 11:30 am

Students and Scholars Against Corporate Misbehavior (SACOM), a Hong Kong-based group, reports that Apple’s major manufacturing contractors in Asia routinely subject employees to forced overtime, wage theft and no breaks — and even unprotected exposure to toxins.

John McCain’s “US Made” iPhone Makes for Many Sick Chinese Workers

By: Monday March 7, 2011 11:15 am

I’ve seen no mention of the fact that the workers at one Chinese iPhone plant were all getting sick because an iPhone manufacturer, Wintek, switched to n-hexane rather than alcohol to make the manufacturing process seconds faster.

Prediction: Media Will Be Angrier About AT&T iPad Security Breach than Illegal Wiretapping

By: Thursday June 10, 2010 6:00 am

I just hope this stupid iPad data compromise makes the Masters of the Universe with their new 3G iPads think a little bit about all the ways AT&T sucks.

Yet Another Media Robber Baron Not Getting It

By: Sunday March 28, 2010 5:00 pm

There’s a tendency among iPod or iPhone users to scoff at the notion that a news app might actually be worth paying money for. No reason to spend a few bucks on a subscription each month when you can easily go online on your phone and find the news that way. On the other side of the spectrum are people like Rupert Murdoch who think news can still be bought and sold like before the internet. Murdoch will charge for web access to the Times of London and $17.99 a month for a subscription to the iPad edition of The Wall Street Journal.

I think both these arguments are partially wrong.

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