Today in the city Piedmont 27.07.2017
Apple will need a miracle if it sets iPhone 8 at $1,000 — most people pay less than $700 right now (AAPL)

Apple is expected to launch a premium version of the iPhone later this year, "iPhone 8," which may be priced at $1,000 (£764) or more. The question is, will people pay more than $1,000 for an iP...


Apple Ordered to Pay $506 in Wisconsin Patent Infringement

A judge has ordered computer-maker Apple Inc. to pay more than $506 million in a patent infringement case brought by the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation after the two sides agreed on final damage...


Apple could be working on augmented reality glasses to make ARKit even better

Apple is bringing augmented reality to the masses this fall with its ARKit developer platform, but that might just be the starting point. A new patent surfaced by Patently Apple shows evidence of a se...


Why Is Smelling Like A Stripper A Bad Thing?

Any stripper worth her singles knows there's a whole lot more to the job than taking off your clothes and having an insanely strong core and upper body — it's about creating the ultimate fantasy and e...



Patients have a right to know when a doctor is on probation for a serious violation

Before you schedule a physical for your teenage daughter, wouldn’t you like to know if her physician has been put on probation by the state medical board for inappropriately touching young female pati...


Walmart's Facial Recognition Tech Would Overstep Boundaries

A Walmart patent application filed in 2012 describes a system that would use facial recognition technology at the checkout to help store personnel determine if customers are unhappy and, if so, make c...


AstraZeneca Revenue Down as Key Drugs Lose Patent Protection

Anglo-Swedish drugmaker AstraZeneca says second-quarter revenue fell amid declining sales of blockbuster drugs Crestor and Seroquel XR, which lost patent protection in the United States last year.


Hold the phone: Apple owes the University of Wisconsin $506 million for patent infringement

Apple has gotten itself into a bit of a pickle.  U.S. District Court Judge William Conley pounded the gavel on Monday ordering Apple to pay $506 million to the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundatio...


Apple slapped with $506 million in patent dispute damages - CNET

A judge ordered the company to pay the University of Wisconsin-Madison for infringing on patents describing a "predictor circuit."


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