Apple hired a new head of retail, had a few bouts in foreign courts, and potentially had the secret behind its next tiny iPod leaked out. More on those stories (and then some) in this week's Apple Talk Weekly.
The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court rejects ACLU's request for portions of rulings relating to wiretapping, saying there's no "right of access."
Although Google didn't actually take the pictures, the court said that Google was a distributor and, therefore, should take them down.
Judge Lucy Koh invalidates one Samsung patent and finds that Samsung infringes on one of Apple's patents, as the two sides prepare for another courtroom battle.
Less than a week before Aereo faces the Supreme Court bench, the company that streams over-the-air broadcast TV launches a site with support for its own arguments.
The Bitcoin exchange has already filed for bankruptcy on its home turf of Japan. Meanwhile, hackers deface the blog of Mt. Gox's CEO, alleging fraud.
The fight over a Twitter ban in the country intensifies, as the government reportedly blocks a workaround, the White House weighs in, and Google refuses to yank YouTube videos critical of the prime minister.
A previous version of this story reported that Samsung's efforts to keep the iPhone 4S from being sold in Italy were temporarily denied. No rulings were made in today's hearing.