Last month, Apple filed a new trademark application at the USPTO for “Apple Music For Business.” But what exactly does this mean, and why specifically for businesses? Click on this article link to read more.
Apple is being sued by Korea-based patent firm FirstFace for patent infringement. Samsung is being sued by U.S. based data firm PACid for patent infringement as well. There are talks that both FirstFace and PACid might be patent trolls. Are Apple and Samsung being trolled by patent trolls? Click this article to find out.
Apple has patented a stylus that can draw on anything and nothing at all. The pen could theoretically be used to produce text or 3D drawings without writing on a touch sensitive surface. It would only require a wireless tether to a computer or similar device. Read more about it here.
The Marvel Universe received some unexpected news yesterday: due to a glitch between Vudu and iTunes, the new “Thor: Ragnarok” film was offered for download well before its planned February 20, 2018 release. Illegal copies are rapidly being downloaded after Digital Rights Management protections have been stripped away. Read about it here.
Kon, a Beijing, China-based clothing company is suing Apple for copyright infringement due to Apple’s new app store logo.
Apple, Inc., makers of the widely-popular iPhones and other “i” named smart devices, have successfully managed to block the Chinese company Xiaomi Inc., from registering a trademark with the European Union that was similar to their “iPad” trademark.
Gustafson Nicolai PC has filed an additional three lawsuits against Apple, Inc. regarding more exploding iPhones that have caused injury to multiple individuals.