In my latest Patexia post, I envision a future in which Microsoft actually challenges Apple for tablet superiority.
My article flies in the face of conventional wisdom — not only because it points out that Microsoft has taken on the Big Boys before and [...]
Just kidding. Canalys didn’t REALLY say that, of course.
But they did say that Apple is now the biggest PC maker, due to iPad sales, which is pretty funny too.
Face it, even the best tablet PC (which the iPad isn’t) does not belong in the same class as even a decent mainstream notebook, [...]
Siri gets big ups on the newly-redesigned Patexia. My criticisms of Apple obviously don’t preclude an appreciation for the company’s achievements. Next up: a withering analysis of how Apple is cynically using children in their quest to dominate e-publishing…
In my third installment for Patexia, I give an overview of the “Patent Bubble” theory, chock-full full of glorious doom and gloom! And just for the record, I happen to LOVE The Register’s 1337 tech-gonzo tone.
Last week saw some major developments in the Apple vs. Samsung battle, but the consensus is not hopeful for the Galaxy series.
Apple has called the Korean manufacturer’s smartphone and tablet designs ‘slavish copies’ of the iPhone and iPad, and is pursuing judgments in ten countries.
On Wednesday, Samsung announced an upgrade designed [...]
Steve Jobs — if you’re not sick of hearing about him (or maybe especially if you are), the eulogies are still rolling out.
Forbes wins the Utterly Predictable Award for “Steve Jobs was a Jerk, Good for Him“; if you didn’t already know, Forbes and their readers don’t really give a crap [...]
August 24, 2011 2:09 PM EDT | by James Lee Phillips
A Dutch court has ruled to ban the import and sale of certain Samsung devices on the grounds that they infringe upon Apple’s intellectual property.
A judge of the court in The Hague, Netherlands, ruled on Wednesday that Samsung’s “tablet PCs with its Galaxy [...]
August 24, 2011 1:00 PM EDT | by James Lee Phillips
Sprint Nextel will be offering Apple’s current and next-generation iPhone starting mid-October.
Sprint, the United States’ third-largest cell provider, will be selling the iPhone 4 as well as the upcoming iPhone version (which, depending on various reports, is to be a next-generation iPhone 5 [...]
August 17, 2011 5:45 PM EDT | by James Lee Phillips
With a $26 million class-action suit against Apple, iPhone users have turned South Korea into the latest location-tracking battleground.
Each of the approximately 27000 South Korean iPhone users are suing for 1 Million Won, or about $932, according to the Associated Press. One of [...]
August 15, 2011 9:07 AM EDT | by James Lee Phillips
While the release date of Apple’s eagerly awaited iPhone 5 is still only a rumor, several sources feel they have enough evidence and/or reasoning to elevate the rumor to the status of a near certainty.
The MacRumors Web site quoted the Kodawarisan Web site [...]