Apple didn’t violate state consumer protection law by requesting an online customer’s personal information to process a credit card payment for an electronically downloadable product, the California Supreme Court has ruled in reversing judgment.
In a major milestone in the smartphone patent wars, a federal jury has found that Apple Inc. infringed on three patents in its iPhone with regard to the camera feature and the handling and rejection of calls.
Apple is giving people that were dissatisfied with the performance of their Iphone 4 the choice between a rubber band or $15.
That is the result of the class action lawsuit that was filed against the company when users complained that their magic phone would drop calls or lose signal whenever it was held in a certain way.
A Texas judge has overturned a $625 million patent infringement award against Apple Inc, saying the jury erred in finding the maker of Mac computers used technology owned by Mirror Worlds LLC illegally.
Now that lawyers are increasingly using tablet computers in and out of the courtroom, the latest Lawyers USA technology roundup takes a look at some new applications that can benefit practitioners: