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Anthropologist: Apple is a religion

Dr. Kirsten Bell of the University of British Columbia suggests that Cupertino is the home of something resembling a faith-based organization.

By October 25, 2012


Clock ticks down on a verdict in Apple v. Samsung

Nine jurors are holed up in a San Jose, Calif., federal courthouse choosing the more convincing argument in a tech trial worth billions. How long could this go on?

By August 23, 2012


Samsung closes by claiming Apple is stifling competition

In its closing argument, Samsung paints Apple as a company that threatens market competition in the U.S., and in tech at large.

By August 21, 2012


Apple's closing shot hits at Samsung 'copycat' docs

In its closing argument against Samsung, Apple once again hammers away at its rival over internal documents.

By August 21, 2012


European telecom official takes dim view of Samsung patents

Apple brings out the former board chief of the European Telecommunications Standards Institute to knock down two patents in its case against Samsung.

By August 17, 2012


Intel tries to get Samsung expert witness booted

Citing confidential information, Intel and Apple want to keep one of Samsung's key witnesses from going on the stand.

By August 14, 2012


Apple to build private restaurant to keep out snoopers

A planning request is granted for a 21,468-square-foot restaurant in Cupertino, Calif., where Apple employees can talk shop without being overheard.

By April 26, 2012


Report: Woz tells Paul Allen to stop trolling

Reports of the Apple co-founder's remarks to a Silicon Valley Conference suggest that he tells the Microsoft co-founder to stop getting in bed with lawyers.

By May 3, 2011


WikiLeaks fans should think before they botnet

Joining the Operation Payback digital protest, which has been launching denial-of-service attacks against target sites to make its point, is illegal, lawyer says.

By December 10, 2010


Tech Award winners tackle water crisis, stove emissions

Tech Museum's Tech Awards honor projects that take on the world water crisis, emissions from cooking stoves, iron deficiencies, and education in developing countries.

By November 6, 2010