Ericsson Suing Apple Over Smartphone Patents


Ericsson AB is suing Apple over patents relating to mobile phones and smartphones and the company is alleging that Apple ,may have infringed on as many as 41 of their mobile patents.

Ericsson has said that they have offered Apple a license for the patents in question although Apple apparently decided not to license the patents.

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Apple Watch Event To Be Live Streamed March 9th

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Earlier we heard that Apple is holding a press event on Monday the 9th of March for their new Apple Watch and now the company has added the Apple Watch event to their live streaming website.

The Apple Watch event will be live streamed on Monday the 9th of March 2015 at 10AM PDT, the company is expected to announce the Apple Watch release date at the event.

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Apple Watch Event Announced For March 9th


It looks like we will be hearing more about the Apple Watch next month as Apple has announced that they are holding a press event on the 9th of March.

Apple has sent out invites to a new ‘Spring Forward’ press event which will take place at 10AM Pacific Time on Monday the 9th of March 2015.

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Apple Grabs 88 Percent Of Smartphone Profits In Q4 2014

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The other day we heard that Android was way ahead of Apple in terms of global smartphones sales in 2014, although it would appear that Apple is making more money than Android makers.

According to a recent report by Strategy Analytics, in the fourth quarter of 2014 Apple took 88.7 percent of the global smartphone operating profit and Android took just 11.3 percent.

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Chase Has More Than 1 Million Apple Pay Users


Apple Pay is becoming more and more popular and now JP Morgan Chase has revealed how many of their customers are using Apple’s mobile payment system.

JP Morgan Chase revealed during their 2015 Investors Day that more than one million of their customers are using Apple Pay with their credit and debit cards.

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Apple To Pay $533 Million In iTunes Patent Lawsuit


Apple has been ordered by a court in the US to pay $533 million in a patent lawsuit related to iTunes, a court in Texas has found that Apple infringed on three patents owned by a company called Smartflash.

The three patents are related to the way that songs videos and games are accessed, downloaded and stored by iTunes.

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