Samsung has taken the battle again and have decided to take on Apple for a fine charged for alleged copyright infringement of two-dozen Apple patents. But the Korean giant just came to know that the US Federal Circuit Court of Appeals has rejected their appeal. Based on the data provided by CNET, Samsung now has two sets of options – throw up a weighty sum of cash to Apple, or take the case all the way to the US Supreme Court.
If you're a Firefox user, you should probably begin updating your browser right now.
The user found the bug through a pop-up on a Russian news site that "was serving a Firefox exploit that searched for sensitive files and uploaded them to a server that appears to be in Ukraine."
“The death of the PC,” writes Davey Alba, “has not been greatly exaggerated.”
Research outfit Gartner tracked a 9.5 percent decline in shipments in the second quarter of this year compared to the same time a year ago, posting a tally of 68.4 million units. Meanwhile, researchers at IDC, which doesn’t count tablets in its report, calculated an 11.8 percent drop year-over-year to 66.1 million PCs shipped. To put that number into context, Apple said in its most recent earnings report that it had sold 61 million iPhones during the same quarter—and that’s just one smartphone from one (massively popular) company.
Can you guess which PC maker saw growth?
The Apple Watch has only been on sale for a couple of months but that hasn’t stopped the web rumour mongers from speculating about what’s in store for the next-generation of Cupertino’s smartwatch.
The latest reports, courtesy of 9to5Mac, suggest that Apple has a few major tweaks up its sleeve for the Apple Watch 2 – most notably a FaceTime camera and tether-less functionality.
Apple is expected to show off its new streaming-music service later today at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference. The stitched-together Spotify rival will combine disparate parts of Apple's music operation: the mega-successful iTunes download store; the less-successful Pandora-style Internet radio service launched in 2013; and the streaming subscription service built by Beats Electronics, the headphone maker bought for $3 billion last year.
Apple is late to the subscription-music game, and building a successful streaming service is essential if the company that gave the world the iPod wants to remain relevant in digital music. These four charts show why Apple needs to make a splash in streaming—and why it won't be easy.
Not every idea is a great one. That doesn't mean that we shouldn't keep trying, but in the case of these cars, it might have been nice if some more time had been spent on research and development.
American patriotism is truly unique. We are very core, strictly American. Most of us believe that ours is the greatest country in the world. We are proud of what this country stands for and there is nothing more patently American than a motorcycle.
American made bikes can outperform the best Asian and European bikes. Here we present a list of 10 best American made bikes that offer the most value for money.
Facebook rolled out a new version of the social network that will work well across all network conditions -- including those with poor connectivity.
Facebook Lite is available for Android and less than 1MB, Facebook said.
This new version of the app uses less data than the regular Facebook app, and is quick to install and load. It is boiled down to its core features -- status updates, photos, and notifications -- so it can efficiently function with less data.
One day after Takata Corp. announced a recall affecting a total of 33.8 million inflators -- one in seven registered vehicles in the U.S. -- due to defective airbags, consumers set a record, flooding the U.S. government's recall website to see whether their car was involved.
The problem: None of the 17 million newly recalled cars have been listed yet on safercar.gov.
The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration said today it expected to have most of the vehicle identification numbers uploaded on its safercar.gov by early next week. A vehicle's VIN can be found on the driver's side where the dashboard meets the windshield or on the driver's side door post.
Throw away that Marvel smartphone cover and crack open your piggy bank: Samsung is designing an Iron Man edition of its Galaxy S6 Edge smartphone.
The electronics giant incited fanboy frenzy today when it tweeted a photo of the upcoming handset's box.
Yes, the six pieces of cardboard carrying an unseen gadget is enough to make superhero enthusiasts drool.
Little else is known about the product, which is presumably so amazing that it casts a glowing light from the edge of its container.