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Researcher Tries To Connect Violence And Video Games During Murder Trial; Gets Destroyed During Cross Examination

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Violence and violent video games still remain connected in the eyes of many despite a lack of supporting evidence. When an act of violence occurs, the more horrific it is, the more certain it is that people will try to connect the two. We've seen it happen time and...
Researcher Tries To Connect Violence And Video Games During Murder Trial; Gets Destroyed During Cross Examination
Apple Vs. Samsung: "Overall Design" Is What Confuses Customers, Not The Details

Apple accuses Samsung of introducing doctored and misleading exhibits, false claims

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Apple has raised a series of objections to Samsung's proposed exhibits intended for use during cross examination today, accusing the company of repeatedly creating evidence that is distorted, obscured or otherwise misleading while also raising false objections to Apple's own evidence....
Apple accuses Samsung of introducing doctored and misleading exhibits, false claims

Amazon's E-Book Deals Were Just as Tough as Apple's

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When Apple negotiated its e-book contracts with the five publishers with which it would ultimately launch iBooks, the company demanded a Most Favored Nation provision that prohibited e-books from being sold at any other retailer for a lower price. That provision today is central to the U.S. Department of Justice’s...
Amazon's E-Book Deals Were Just as Tough as Apple's

This Internal Apple Email From 2011 Got The Attention Of Everyone In The Court Room Yesterday

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The Apple-Samsung case picked up yesterday. Of particular interest was an email exchange among Apple executives from January 24, 2011. "This made up just a very small part of a cross-examination of Scott Forstall, Apple's head of iOS software at Apple, but it was enough to get the attention of...
This Internal Apple Email From 2011 Got The Attention Of Everyone In The Court Room Yesterday

Apple claims Samsung abused its power

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As patent trial draws to a close, Apple experts claim the royalty Samsung wanted on the price of the iPhone was discriminatorySamsung abused its "monopoly power" over certain wireless patents and demanded an unreasonable royalty from Apple for their use in the iPhone, hurting the device's commercial prospects, Apple experts...
Apple claims Samsung abused its power

Wikileaks trial witness Lauren McNamara's Reddit AMA: Manning was irresponsible, but wants leniency

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Lauren McNamara, a trial witness in the Bradley Manning Wikileaks case, has decided to open up and talk about her version of the story in a Reddit AMA. The only problem is that it’s ill-advised as she hasn’t testified in court yet, and even those on Reddit are adamantly trying...
Wikileaks trial witness Lauren McNamara's Reddit AMA: Manning was irresponsible, but wants leniency
Apple's original icon designer can't tell the difference between a Samsung phone and an iPhone

Adrian Lamo tells Manning trial about six days of chats with accused leaker

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Hacker comes face-to-face with the US soldier he turned in as trial focuses on Manning's state of mind and motivationsBradley Manning, the soldier accused of the biggest intelligence leak in US history, came face-to-face on Tuesday with the man who turned him in to military authorities.Adrian Lamo, a former computer...
Adrian Lamo tells Manning trial about six days of chats with accused leaker

Apple's Schiller: 'Shocked' at Samsung's iPhone copying

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Apple Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller, who took the stand very briefly at the Apple vs. Samsung trial on Tuesday was interviewed again on Friday, including cross-examination by Samsung attorneys. Schiller gently rebuffed a question that would have revealed the company's plans for the next iPhone, but...
Apple's Schiller: 'Shocked' at Samsung's iPhone copying

Newzbin vs MPA Usenet ‘Filtering’ Trial Concludes

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Newzbin is one of the original and most popular Usenet indexing sites on the Internet. The site pioneered the increasingly popular .NZB format which simplified previously complicated Usenet downloading. While most of Hollywood’s legal might was focused on the snowballing BitTorrent scene, Usenet downloading also gained in popularity – and...
Newzbin vs MPA Usenet ‘Filtering’ Trial Concludes

Judge in E-Book Pricing Case Thinks Apple's Going Down; Apple Begs to Differ

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Apple hasn’t formally argued its position in the U.S. government’s e-books antitrust case against it; indeed the trial hasn’t even begun. Yet already the federal judge presiding over the hearing has gone on record saying Apple is likely to lose the case. Asked during a pre-trial hearing Thursday for her...
Judge in E-Book Pricing Case Thinks Apple's Going Down; Apple Begs to Differ

Apple ebook anti-trust trial set for 9-12 days in early June

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The Justice Department, state governments and Apple met in a Manhattan courtroom on Thursday before US District Denise Cote to make arrangements for an upcoming trial in which Apple is accused of colluding with big publishers to fix the price of ebooks. The purpose of the hearing was to set...
Apple ebook anti-trust trial set for 9-12 days in early June
It Turns Out Hollywood Has Always Been Stupid

Ex-Sun Boss Defends Google’s Right To Java on Android

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<img src="http://www.wired.com/wiredenterprise/wp-content/uploads//2012/04/Jonathan-Schwartz.jpg" alt="Jonathan Schwartz testified on Thursday in the Oracle and Google patent suit over Java (Photo: <a href='http://www.flickr.com/photos/webmink/8542304/sizes/l/in/photostream/'>webmink</a>/Flickr)” title=”Jonathan Schwartz” width=”660″ height=”440″ class=”aligncenter size-full wp-image-18293″ /></a><br /> Taking the stand during the ongoing court battle between Google and Oracle over the use of the Java programming language on Google’s...
Ex-Sun Boss Defends Google’s Right To Java on Android

Google exec takes fire in Apple cross-examination during e-book trial

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The Department of Justice suffered an early blow in its antitrust case against Apple yesterday, reports say. Testifying in court was Google's director of strategic partnerships, Thomas Turvey. In previous written testimony, Turvey had claimed that representatives from book publishers told him in 2010 that they were switching to an...
Google exec takes fire in Apple cross-examination during e-book trial

Samsung lawyer forces Apple's $75k expert to highlight subtle differences

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The Apple v. Samsung trial started getting in to technical details today, with afternoon testimony from Peter Bressler. Bressler is an industrial designer who is Apple's first expert witness and, unsurprisingly, he testified that Apple's trade dress and four design patents are infringed by Samsung smartphones and the Galaxy Tab...
Samsung lawyer forces Apple's $75k expert to highlight subtle differences
Apple v. Samsung: the cracks begin to show as closing arguments loom

The Apple e-books trial takes a detour into the absurd

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Shouldn't there be a law against beating a piece of evidence to death? FORTUNE -- What started as a small "gotcha" moment in the cross examination of a mid-level Apple (AAPL) executive last week grew into a federal case -- literally -- on Monday, the ninth day of testimony in U.S.A....
The Apple e-books trial takes a detour into the absurd

Peter Watts may serve two years for failing to promptly obey a customs officer

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I've spent the last day in a funk at the news that my friend, Canadian sf writer Peter Watts was convicted of obstruction for getting out of his car at a US Border crossing and asking what was going on, then not complying fast enough when he was told...
Peter Watts may serve two years for failing to promptly obey a customs officer

Apple: Samsung doctors exhibits, misleads

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Apple fired another salvo in the ongoing patent struggle between the iPhone maker and Samsung, alleging that exhibits Samsung plans to submit for cross-examination are produced in a manner that deliberately obscures the South Korean company's imitation of Apple's designs. Hiding the evidence in such a manner, Apple contends, would...
Apple: Samsung doctors exhibits, misleads
Fight Is On Between Oracle And Google Over Java API Copyrights

Apple SVP Scott Forstall talks creation of the iPhone (Project Purple) and 'giving up nights and weekends for years'

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Shortly after Apple SVP of Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller took the witness stand, Apple SVP of iOS Software Scott Forstall took the witness stand to testify in the Apple vs. Samsung case. Forstall has been with Apple for fifteen years and was one of the main brains behind the...
Apple SVP Scott Forstall talks creation of the iPhone (Project Purple) and 'giving up nights and weekends for years'

Why Is The UK Blocking Access To Sites Without Any Hearings?

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We already wrote about the UK court letting the BPI decide what sites the court would order all UK ISPs to block access to, but as more details come out about the process, the scarier it is. As Duke noted in our comments, the whole process lacked any sort of...
Why Is The UK Blocking Access To Sites Without Any Hearings?
Larry Page: Android isn't critical, it's a delivery vehicle for Google services
Samsung tries to mislead jury while questioning Apple patent experts

Designer: iPhone, Galaxy phones are 'substantially the same'

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Peter Bressler, former president of the Industrial Designers Society of America and himself the head of an established industrial design group, was called to the stand by Apple today as an expert witness in the Apple vs. Samsung trial to testify about three specific Apple patents. In his testimony, Bressler...
Designer: iPhone, Galaxy phones are 'substantially the same'

Apple Designer: We've Been Ripped Off

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Apple industrial designer Chris Stringer said on Tuesday that his team is offended by the degree to which Samsung and other phone makers have taken the ideas behind the iPhone. “We’ve been ripped off,” Stringer said. “It’s plain to see.” Asked by whom, he felt ripped off, Stringer said many...
Apple Designer: We've Been Ripped Off

Apple Patent Head: We Don't Want to License Clones

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The head of Apple’s patent licensing effort testified on Friday that Apple warned Samsung in 2010 that it believed the Korean company was copying the iPhone. Boris Teksler said that Apple was shocked when it saw the first Galaxy phone that came from a company it consider a close partner....
Apple Patent Head: We Don't Want to License Clones

MIT Professor Says Samsung Customers Would Pay "Substantial Premium" for Apple-like Features

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Apple on Friday called a marketing professor to testify that Samsung customers would pay a “substantial premium” for some of the features allegedly making use of Apple patents. href=”http://www.mit.edu/~hauser/Pages/consult.html”>John Hauser, a marketing professor from M.I.T., did a pair of studies examining how much Samsung customers would pay for the features...
MIT Professor Says Samsung Customers Would Pay "Substantial Premium" for Apple-like Features
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