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MacSurfer's Archive: Saturday, December 29, 2012


  • "ITC judge wants Samsung to post a bond of 88% of its U.S. smartphone sales due to Apple patent case" Foss Patents 7:24 AM
  • "ITC Judge recommends Samsung post 88 percent value bond, import bans in Apple patent case" Engadget 8:33 AM
  • "ITC judge recommends ban on Samsung devices infringing on Apple patents: Following an October preliminary finding, judge also approves design tweaks for Samsung." Ars Technica 9:27 PM
  • "Details of proposed sanctions emerge in Apple-Samsung case: Sanctions against Samsung in patent case before U.S. International Trade Commission would involve sales, import ban and posting of bond for 88 percent of value of smartphones at issue while potential bans were under review." CNET News 4:41 PM
  • "Apple (AAPL) Drops Patent Claim Against Samsung's S III Mini in the U.S." Wall Street Pit 7:19 AM
  • "Apple's wild ride, set to music" Fortune 7:21 AM
  • "No Matter How You Look at It, Apple's Shares Are Cheap" Barron's 7:21 AM
  • "The Idea That Apple's Best Days Are Behind It Is Absurd/" Business Insider 12:12 PM
  • "'Not Deliberate' Says Google, On Google Finance Showing Apple Stock Chart For 'Sell'" Search Engine Land 9:05 PM
  • "Apple's Million Dollar Per Day Retail Store (in Words and Pictures)"  TheStreet 12/28
  • "Reports of Tim Cook's Pay Cut Greatly Exaggerated: Despite appearances, Apple CEO Tim Cook's $1.3 million cash salary actually was a $400,000 increase over his pay in 2011. The company compensated him with $378 million last year, but the overwhelming majority of it was in restricted share units: a sort of stock grant that has no actual current value." MacNewsWorld 12/28
  • "Apple gives Tim Cook 51 percent salary increase: Apple CEO Tim Cook received compensation totaling $4.17 million in 2012, down 98.9 percent on last year—although his 2011 compensation of $378 million consisted mostly of a one-off stock grant, worth $376.2 million at the time." IDG News Service 12/28
  • "Huge Christmas for iTunes, App Store" PC Magazine 12/28
  • "2012 in review: The year in Apple news"  Macworld 12/28
  • "Lack Of Online Reviews Hurts Apple's Online Store [Infographic]" ["Apple's score of 80 is still considered very good, but the fact that the company did not make the list of top five online retailers should be a wake-up call. 'It is a little bit of a yellow caution flag,' said Larry Freed, president and chief executive of Foresee."]  ReadWrite 12/28
  • "AAPL: iPad mini Sells Out in Hong Kong, Says Topeka" Barron's 12/28
  • "Apple to drop patent claims against new Samsung phone: Apple Inc has agreed to withdraw patent claims against a new Samsung phone with a high-end display after Samsung said it was not offering to sell the product in the crucial U.S. market." Reuters 12/28
  • "Apple Will Drop Galaxy S III Mini From Samsung Patent Suit" Bloomberg 12/28
  • "Apple to drop patent claims against Samsung phone" AFP 12/28
  • "Apple drops patent claim against Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini" CNET News 12/28
  • "Samsung Could Face $15 Billion Fine For Trying To Ban iPhone, Other Apple Devices" BGR 12/28
  • "Apple fined by China court for copyright violation" BBC 12/28
  • "Apple loses another copyright lawsuit in China: Xinhua" Reuters 12/28
  • "Apple's $160K Copyright Fine In China Is A Pittance, But Could It Open The Door For Further Claims?" TechCrunch 12/28