A decision against Apple initially meant a ban on sales of the phones, but that has been lifted following Apple's filing of an appeal.
Technically Incorrect: An HTC executive, stung by reviews suggesting the Taiwanese handset maker's new phone is too similar to the iPhone, reportedly insists that it's Apple who's the copier.
This time, a media watchdog is saying that Apple has infringed on copyright by allowing a propaganda film to be viewed through Youku HD, a streaming app available in the App Store.
The company, Shenzhen Baili Marketing Services, no longer answers its phone, has dumped its websites and can't be found at its three registered locations, says the Wall Street Journal.
Looks like mixing electricity and water isn't always a recipe for disaster.
An exterior design patent held by Chinese company Shenzhen Baili is causing trouble for Apple in the capital city.
German investigators are looking into whether or not Volkswagen purposefully destroyed data to cover its tracks prior to admitting fault in Dieselgate.
Hiroshi Lockheimer, the chief of Google's mobile software, must both fend off Apple and fight Android "fragmentation." His modus operandi: Lighten up, everyone.
This week on Crave, take a ride on the longest bike in the world, 3D-print a custom circuit board with the Voltera V-One Circuit Board Printer, and watch a Pizza Rat copycat terrorize the streets of New York. It's the Crave Show!
Regional wireless provider C Spire is using the Google Fiber playbook to deliver ultra high-speed broadband in Mississippi. The move could signal a trend in which other companies use the Google business model to bring fiber to other regions of the US.