Encrypted communications take center stage - NetworkWorld European security vendors see the revelations, right or wrong, as a ... boasts that the Moto X is made in the U.S. and Apple stamps "designed in 03/7/2014 - 12:41 pm | View Link
The Wello smartphone case puts health data in the palm of your hand - PC Advisor Azoi launches Wello smartphone case at Rs 12,350 [Gadgets Special] ... - TMC Net 03/7/2014 - 9:19 am | View Link
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Chinese Brands Creep Up the World Smartphone Charts - Delco Times Chinese Brands Creep Up the World Smartphone Charts - Lebanon Daily News 03/7/2014 - 7:28 am | View Link
Is Apple running out of ideas in Europe? The figures released by the European Patent Office (EPO) on Thursday paint a grim picture of the European Union IT sector, but it also showed that some of the so-called global tech giants are not leading the way in innovation. 03/6/2014 - 1:52 pm | View Link
Report: Apple dodged taxes on $8.9B in Australian profits Apple's practice over the past decade of funnelling all of its foreign profits through its international sales office in Cork, Ireland has allowed it to skip out on taxes in some other countries on billions of dollars in profits, according to an audit done by the Australian Financial Review. In Australia, Apple has paid only $200 million on ten years' worth of profits, totally nearly AUS $9 ... 03/6/2014 - 2:24 am | View Link
Apple CFO Oppenheimer to retire in September Apple financial conference calls will start to sound a little different later this year, as the company announced on Tuesday that chief financial officer and senior vice president Peter Oppenheimer will retire , effective the end of September. 03/5/2014 - 2:53 am | View Link
Oppenheimer to Fly the Apple Coop Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer will retire in September, when he'll be replaced by Corporate Controller Luca Maestri, the company's VP of finance. Maestri will begin taking the reins in June. The move was expected. When Maestri joined Apple last year from Xerox, where he was CFO, the rumor mill began buzzing about his being groomed for Oppenheimer's post. 03/4/2014 - 5:31 pm | View Link
Apple websites could be blocked in Belgium over AppleCare fraud A Belgian judge is considering whether to order local ISPs to block access to Apple websites in the country, local reports say. The measure is a possible response to charges of fraud brought by consumer protection group FPS Economy. FPS points out that while Apple has been claiming a standard warranty of just one year, European law mandates a minimum of two, at no extra cost. Apple has been ... 03/4/2014 - 11:44 am | View Link
Samsung Escalates Patent Arms Race with Apple in Europe They were the number one patent filer in Europe with 2,800 patent applications ... stating that Apple files less patents than Samsung in Europe because their inventions aren't "technical innovations" in an engineering sense. That's interesting. 03/7/2014 - 3:59 am | View Link
Stock futures mixed; Ford moving truck production to Avon Lake; judge rules against Apple: A.M. Business News Links (Reuters) U.S. Business Headlines: Production of the 2016 Ford F-650 and F-750 medium-duty trucks will move from Mexico to Ford's Ohio Assembly Plant in Avon Lake. (cleveland.com)(USA Today) In advance of the February jobs report being released today ... 03/7/2014 - 12:57 am | View Link
Is Apple running out of ideas in Europe? Figures released by the European Patent Office (EPO) Thursday showed the European Union IT sector lagging, but global tech giants also did not lead the way in patents last ... Google came in 50th and Apple did not make the list. 03/6/2014 - 5:42 am | View Link
German court dismisses European $2bn lawsuit against Apple Washington: A German court has reportedly dismissed the 2 billion dollar lawsuit filed against Apple for allegedly infringing on a European patent essential to 3G and LTE devices. The German company, IPCom, had sought the said damages by arguing that it ... 03/1/2014 - 12:06 am | View Link
Free Apps Should Really Be “Free,” EU Tells Apple and Google Some examples of games that are free to download but have paid benefits inside include the widely popular Candy Crush Saga, Temple Run, Talking Tom, and many others, all targeted towards a young audience. However, the EU is not talking about these titles ... 02/28/2014 - 3:20 am | View Link
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The Supreme Court on Wednesday issued a divided opinion in a case that raised an important issue of arbitration law: should an arbitrator or a judge decide whether an international treaty requires a private party to bring a commercial dispute before a judge prior to attempting arbitration? In BG Group PLC v.
On November 1, 2001 -- only weeks after the 9-11 attacks -- the U. S. Navy proposed a new family of surface combatants. There would be a new destroyer equipped with long-range guns for supporting Marines ashore, a new cruiser designed to greatly improve fleet defense against airborne and ballistic threats, and a fast "littoral combat ship" to perform demanding missions in the shallow water near coastlines. Collectively, the proposed warships represented the most far-reaching transformation of the Navy's fleet since the advent of nuclear power.
Steve Jobs was once asked at an Apple [AAPL] shareholder meeting by a shareholder who wanted get some insights into his deepest thinking: “What keeps you awake at night?” Mr. Jobs replied, “Shareholder meetings.”
If Mark Twain were still gracing us with his presence, Patton Boggs might seek his counsel in dealing with a premature obituary. Their unity and stability have been something of a debate in the media recently, which seems bent on the firm's demise. But alas, Mr. Twain has passed, so I’ll try to fill his shoes, starting with a tale from the past.
The unfolding drama between Russia and the Ukraine along the Crimean peninsula is developing, rapidly and unpredictably—certainly not in-sync with the orbits of our overhead surveillance assets. But if we could somehow get a few purpose-built (and presumably rapidly-prototyped) cube sats up there, the US Air Force could place extra eyes in the sky on-demand, and keep a closer watch on what's happening on the ground.