Fresh off their patent infringement lawsuit win over Samsung, Apple appears to be heading back to court. This time, however, there are much bigger stakes. Although the monetary amount of the suit is sure to be but a drop in the bucket, Apple stands to take a major hit in public perception. The lawsuit, officially Moore [...]
On the heels of Google's patent for an indoor mapping technique, a new patent from Apple, also concerning indoor mapping has just been announced. This is, seemingly, setting up a massive battle for indoor mapping supremacy between Google and Apple. Seemingly, because Apple really fell apart with the early Maps push a few years back, and has [...]
Numbers don't lie they say, and map's don't either, (unless of course you're Verizon says T-mobile CEO John LeGere). In this case a story has surfaced this morning courtesy of our friends at Business Insider, that when we saw the initial headline it was shocking; These Maps Show That Android Is For People With Less [...]
The U.S. Patent & Trademark Office recently posted a patent application that Apple filed way back in 2012. The patent reveals a new take on touchscreen input. This new technology would allow Apple devices to detect and incorporate the pressure of touches.
Suppliers of LCD panels for Apple's new iPhone will ramp up production soon, in line with a timetable for a worldwide launch as early as September. The iPhone 6 will be offered in 4.7- and 5.5-inch versions, both of which are larger than the current generation's 4-inch screen.
A BGR article from Monday March 24th shows an image of what is purportedly a mold of the new iPhone 6.The mold - again, purportedly, there is no way of knowing with any sort of accuracy if it is authentic - was posted online by a third-party phone case maker.
On Monday, Time posted a long interview with Apple's Head of Design, Jony Ive. This interview, conducted by John Arlidge, is an incredible look into the normally reserved designer, and the incredibly secretive company
Just in time for March Madness, on Monday, the Atlantic Coast Conference Digital Network (ACCDN) announced the launch of the 'ACC Sports' channel on Apple TV. The ACC Network will be the official home for ACC highlights - across all sports - and detailed in-depth coverage.
As it become more and more clear that streaming services will win out, it makes a lot of sense for Apple to launch iTunes Radio as a standalone product. It seems that the streaming space will be getting more competitive in the coming months and years. Samsung just announced their own streaming service, Samsung Milk, Beats Music just launched, and Pandora and iHeartRadio are not going anywhere anytime soon.
While some may be shocked to find this out, especially because I was the original founder of thedroidguy.com back in 2006, but I've actually always carrier an iPhone as well. While running full throttle as Thedroidguy it was always important to have an iPhone for comparison purposes. In the Spring of 2011 when we sold [...]