Professor Neil Alford of Imperial College in London tells the Guardian he believes Apple may indeed have created a sapphire smartphone screen.
Big companies including JPMorgan Chase and Pepsi are bringing on chief information security officers to limit their exposure to major hacks.
Though it's one of this year's better Android phones on paper, the OnePlus One isn't for everyone, nor is it readily available.
Ari Partinen, who worked on cameras in Nokia Lumia smartphones, confirms he's heading to Cupertino.
Gal, recruited six years ago by former CTO and short-lived CEO Brendan Eich, brings continuity to the nonprofit organization's top techie job.
Assuming Samsung infringed Apple's five patents, Apple should receive $1.75 per device in royalties, not the $40 Apple has requested, a Samsung expert argues. Samsung rested its case after the expert testimony.
An Apple study on what features drive phone sales is flawed and those features aren't the major factors influencing purchases, a Samsung expert told jurors in a patent trial between the two rivals.
Several computer science professors, including Kevin Jeffay of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, testify that Samsung's devices don't infringe Apple's various patents and that Apple's patents aren't valid.
The company wrapped up its witness testimony after several experts and executives said Apple should receive $2.19 billion from Samsung.
Samsung, meanwhile, says consumers care more about brand and operating system than features such as quick links.