Judge orders Apple to pay University of Wisconsin $507M for infringing on chip efficiency patent

Apple today has been ordered by a U.S. judge to pay $507 million in damages to the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s patent licensing arm for patent infringement. The ruling comes after the case’s jury ruled Apple owed $234 million, making the judge’s decision nearly double that of the jury (via

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Apple ad VP talks App Store Search Ads, better metrics for developers, & more in new interview

At the Postback conference last week in Seattle, Apple’s vice president of advertising

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Rumor: Apple may be entering trial production of all 2017 iPhone models, iPhone 8 ‘not delayed’

While a

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Trump claims Tim Cook has pledged Apple will build three ‘big’ U.S. manufacturing plants

Last week we reported that Apple’s spending on lobbying has

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How to share your iCloud storage plan with family members

In iOS 11, you can share your iCloud storage with family members. This is a big deal, thanks to the new

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Google Chrome for macOS adds Touch Bar support in version 60, rolling out now

Version 60 of Google Chrome is

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How to remove location data from photos you share

When you share a photo via email, iMessage or most other apps, you also send the location of that image. No big deal, right? You’re only sending pictures to people you know anyway. But what about when you sell something on a site like Craigslist or eBay? If you don’t manually remove location data from your pictures, anyone can see where you took your photo,

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City slickers will hate this new countrified Apple Music ad

Country music fans can take a motorcycle ride through the heart of rural America with singer Brantley Gilbert in the latest ad for Apple Music.

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Upcoming USB 3.2 Specification Will Double Data Rates Using Existing Cables

The USB 3.0 Promoter Group, comprising Apple, HP, Intel, Microsoft, and other companies, today introduced an upcoming USB 3.2 specification, which will eventually replace the existing USB 3.1 specification upon release. An incremental update,...

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Adobe working with Apple and others to finally ‘end-of-life’ Flash by 2020

Despite a

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