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MacSurfer's Archive: Saturday, February 25, 2012
 

 

Apple/Macintosh
  • "Apple sued in US over iPad trademark" Crave @ CNET 6:52 AM
  • "Apple's China legal battle over iPad spreads to U.S." Reuters 6:52 AM
  • "Apple's Foxconn enters damage control over iPhone factory fracas" Computerworld 10:28 AM
  • "Apple forced to suspend push email service in Germany" BBC 8:01 AM
  • "Apple details carbon footprint, environmental progress" ITworld 7:27 AM
  • "Tablet rivals seek any edge on iPad among business users" The Globe and Mail [Free Registration Required] 7:17 AM
  • "iBook's DRM Defenses Are Now Only for Show" Gizmodo 7:04 AM
  • "Apple maintains top spot in global mobile PC chart: NPD DisplaySearch's figures give Apple a 26.6 percent share for Q4 2011" Network World 7:15 AM
  • "Why Apple co-founder Ronald Wayne threw away his golden ticket" Digital Trends 6:51 AM
  • "Wapple Triumphs Against Apple in Brand Name Battle" Wapple 7:06 AM
  • "Chomp? Why Didn't Google Think of That?" Cult of Mac 2:10 PM
  • "Nearing 25 Billion Downloads, Apple Buys Chomp to Get Out of Its Tr-App-ic Jam" Forbes 1:50 PM
  • "How Chomp Could Improve Apple's App Store: Apple has acquired Chomp: this could be a very good thing." PC Advisor 7:19 AM
  • "Apple Signals New Era in Heeding Shareholders: Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook, who yesterday told investors they would get more say in picking board members, signaled greater willingness than his predecessor to heed the concerns of his company's shareholders."  Bloomberg 2/24
  • "Cash Question Lingers Over Apple: Shareholders Show Support at First Annual Meeting Without Steve Jobs" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 2/24
  • "Apple investors win greater say over board of directors" BBC 2/24
  • "Apple's Tim Cook: 6 months running the iPhone empire"  Computerworld 2/24
  • "A Law Apple Would Like to Break" ["Here is the rub: Apple is so big, it's running up against the law of large numbers. Also known as the golden theorem, with a proof attributed to the 17th century Swiss mathematician Jacob Bernoulli, the law states that a variable will revert to a mean over a large sample of results. In the case of the largest companies, it suggests that high earnings growth and a rapid rise in share price will slow as those companies grow ever larger."]  New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 2/24
  • "Apple Said to Pay About $50 Million for Application-Search Startup Chomp"  Bloomberg 2/24
  • "Apple has stepped up its efforts to tackle a significant problem for both users and developers of the 550,000 apps available for iPhone and iPad that will be familiar to customers of satellite TV: too much choice." Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 2/24
  • "Apple looks to Chomp to improve App Store discovery" GigaOM 2/24
  • "Apple acquires app search company Chomp: Chomp offers an application for Android, iPad, and iPhone for apps search" IDG News Service 2/24
  • "Apple tactics in China iPad deal unusual: experts"  Reuters 2/24
  • "Apple's China legal battle over iPad spreads to U.S." Reuters 2/24
  • "Fight Over iPad Name Spills Into U.S. Court: Proview Electronics Co. has taken its legal battles with Apple Inc. to a U.S. court, claiming the iPhone maker used deception in buying the iPad trademark and shouldn't be allowed to keep it." WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 2/24
  • "Proview Takes a Shot at Apple in California Court" AllThingsD 2/24
  • "Apple iPad Now Under Fire in U.S" Techland 2/24
  • "Apple sued in U.S. in iPad trademark dispute" ZDNet 2/24
  • "Motorola forces Apple to deactivate iCloud and MobileMe push notifications for German customers"  Foss Patents 2/24
  • "Apple forced to shut off push e-mail service in Germany: Motorola Mobility (and Google) give Cupertino a taste of its own patent medicine" Fortune 2/24
  • "Apple pulls plug on iCloud push email in Motorola patent dispute" ZDNet 2/24



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