ENTRIES TAGGED "lawsuits"
Publisher moves lean toward HTML5, MIT students present news reporting solutions, and Penguin and Macmillan respond to the DOJ.
Some are sticking with apps, but many publishers are choosing HTML5-based solutions; students at MIT have solutions for news; and Penguin and Macmillan tell the DOJ they weren't involved in price fixing.
Amazon pitches Kindle Fire home screen ads, Apple says DOJ complaint is "fundamentally flawed," and Craig Mod muses on covers.
Amazon is reportedly peddling new ad space on its Kindle Fire home screen, Apple responds to the DOJ, and Craig Mod says its time to hack digital book covers.
Sweeping patent changes aren't likely, but small solutions may curb patent trolls.
Patent trolling could undermine app ecosystems, but who can mount a legitimate challenge? Here's four potential solutions.
Bad passcodes persist, more legal shenanigans, MySpace finds a home
A weekly lawsuit update, MySpace is purchased for a bargain price, and your darkest suspicions about the stupidity of passcode selections is confirmed.
Our look back at 2010 starts with the year in mobile.
The past year brought new success for Apple, a breakout for Android, a windfall for lawyers, and app stores galore.
Oracle's not-so-open Java, suing to prevent getting sued, iOS 4.2 approaches, and why you shouldn't taunt the Black Hats.
This week, we look at IBM's decision to ditch Harmony for OpenJDK, more lawsuit madness in the land of telecomm, a new iOS beta from Apple, and what happened when Washington, DC tried to get some free penetration testing.