Following last week’s court ruling in the trial between it and Samsung, Apple this morning laid out which devices it wants to be banned from sale.
Apple Inc.’s $1 billion legal victory could mean fewer smartphone options for consumers to choose from, analysts said.
After a year of scorched-earth litigation, a jury decided Friday that Samsung ripped off the innovative technology used by Apple to create its revolutionary iPhone and iPad.
The Olympics aren’t the only competition taking place this summer: there’s also the U.S. LG National Texting Competition. The winner was victorious for the second year in a row.
Apple wants Samsung to fork over $2.5 billion to settle patent infringement claims in the U.S.
As the saying goes: If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em. AT&T announced its own “Mobile Share” plans today, matching Verizon Wireless’ push to get more people to share their data plans with family members.
If you’re one of the thousands of people who bought a laptop, computer monitor, or flat-panel LCD TV between 1999 and 2006, you may have just won damages in a massive class-action lawsuit.
Two weeks ago, CBS4’s Chief Consumer Investigator Al Sunshine reported that as many as seven-and-a-half million Samsung TV owners could be impacted by a potentially defective part that caused TVs to stop working, shortly after the manufacturers warranty had expired. Now he has breaking news on how Samsung plans to compensate affected consumers.
CBS4 Investigates the power defects that could affect as many as seven-and-a-half million Samsung TV owners.
Three firearms are in the hands of criminals following a residential burglary in Kendall, according to Miami-Dade Police.