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Can I Get a Witness? Sure, Here's a Whole List of Them as Apple Vs. Samsung Heads to Trial

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A jury has yet to be chosen in Apple’s patent case against Samsung, but we know who the company’s first few witnesses are likely to be. In a filing on Sunday, Apple said that it planned to call as its first witnesses Samsung’s Justin Denison along with early iPhone team...
Can I Get a Witness? Sure, Here's a Whole List of Them as Apple Vs. Samsung Heads to Trial

Apple objects to discovery request of secret Steve Jobs and Eddy Cue depositions

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According to a report from The Hollywood Reporter, Apple is objecting to a discovery request in class action case against Universal Music Group that seeks the release of trial exhibits, expert reports, and depositions from former CEO Steve Jobs and VP of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue. The depositions...
Apple objects to discovery request of secret Steve Jobs and Eddy Cue depositions

Photos of Early iPad Mockup Surface in Samsung Lawsuit Documents

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Network World's iOnApple reports on a recently-unsealed deposition given by Apple design chief Jonathan Ive in the ongoing patent war between Apple and Samsung, a session in which Ive was shown photos of Apple's earliest iPad mockups that apparently date to some time between 2002 and 2004. From Ive's testimony:My...
Photos of Early iPad Mockup Surface in Samsung Lawsuit Documents
Early iPad prototype revealed in court documents (photos)

Apple in court: Samsung infringes key text-selection patent, anti-poaching class action blocked, slide to unlock invalidated in Germany

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Apple’s decision to disable VPN on demand functionality on iOS due to the virnetX lawsuit isn’t the only patent related Apple news today. Head below for a roundup of Apple’s court woes and wins from earlier today: Samsung infringes key text-selection patent: Reuters reports that the International Trade Commission has...
Apple in court: Samsung infringes key text-selection patent, anti-poaching class action blocked, slide to unlock invalidated in Germany

Open Road and HarperCollins battle over ebook rights to Julie of the Wolves

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The lawsuit over the ebook rights to Jean Craighead George’s Julie of the Wolves is moving forward in court, with Open Road Media and HarperCollins filing motions on March 18. HarperCollins filed its lawsuit against Open Road in December 2011. In the case, HarperCollins says that its 1971 contract with George gives...
Open Road and HarperCollins battle over ebook rights to Julie of the Wolves
iPad prototype from early 2000s revealed in Jony Ive deposition
Apple Tries To Halt Release Of Steve Jobs Deposition In Lawsuit … What’s It Hiding?

Google Chairman Eric Schmidt ordered to give deposition in anti-poaching lawsuit

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From 9to5Mac: As reported by Bloomberg, Apple CEO Tim Cook has been ordered by U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh in San Jose to give a deposition related to an ongoing private lawsuit that claims Apple, Google, and others entered “no-poach” agreements. Cook isn’t the only executive named in yesterday’s order....
Google Chairman Eric Schmidt ordered to give deposition in anti-poaching lawsuit

Google's Page, Brin, and Schmidt to testify in employee antritrust case

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Google's famed "triumvirate"--Larry Page, Sergey Brin and Eric Schmidt--will give oral statements over the coming weeks as part of a private antitrust suit brought against Google and six other technology companies by former employees. The civil suit, filed last year in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District...
Google's Page, Brin, and Schmidt to testify in employee antritrust case

Apple Continues to Hold More Than Half of U.S. Smartphone Sales

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Research firm Kantar Worldpanel today issued a report indicating that Apple continued to maintain its position as the best-selling smartphone platform in the United States during the fourth quarter of 2012. Kantar Worldpanel, which releases its rolling quarterly data on a monthly basis, indicated that Apple retook the lead from...
Apple Continues to Hold More Than Half of U.S. Smartphone Sales
Tim Cook ordered to testify in ebook price-fixing case
Samsung to question Phil Schiller again as it seeks to stop product ban

Apple Tries to Torpedo Samsung's "Sony Style" iPhone Charge

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Samsung’s argument that Apple cribbed portions of its original iPhone design from Sony is an interesting one, but the company may not get a chance to see how it plays in court. Unsurprisingly, Apple has taken exception to it and asked that it be excluded from the pair’s upcoming patent...
Apple Tries to Torpedo Samsung's "Sony Style" iPhone Charge
Leading porn troll's mastermind is the world's most evasive witness

Tim Cook ordered to testify for four hours in eBook price-fixing case

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Reuters reports that U.S. District Judge Denise Cote in Manhattan has granted a request from the Justice Department today that will force Apple CEO Tim Cook into giving a four hour deposition related to the high profile ebook price-fixing lawsuit. The government had argued Cook likely had relevant information about...
Tim Cook ordered to testify for four hours in eBook price-fixing case

Zynga Says Former Employee Admits to Taking Confidential Files

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A judge has granted Zynga’s request to move forward in a lawsuit it filed against a former employee, who is believed to have stolen confidential documents before joining a rival social games maker. Zynga filed the complaint in San Francisco’s Superior Court last week against Alan Patmore, who left Zynga this summer...
Zynga Says Former Employee Admits to Taking Confidential Files

Early iPad mockups surface as part of Apple v. Samsung filings

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Photo via NetworkWorld Curious about what some of the earliest iPad prototypes looked like? NetworkWorld has a collection of photos that it dug up from court filings in the legal fight between Apple and Samsung. Specifically, the photos—and commentary to go along with it—come from Apple product designer Jonathan...
Early iPad mockups surface as part of Apple v. Samsung filings

John Steele: I'm Just A 'Business Development' Guy Who Has Nothing To Do With These Lawsuits

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As I've said, John Steele reminds me of some folks I've met who think they're smarter than everyone else and have outsmarted the whole system. They tend to believe they can talk their way out of anything. And while he pled the Fifth (or, had his lawyer say he was...
John Steele: I'm Just A 'Business Development' Guy Who Has Nothing To Do With These Lawsuits

Behold! The Early-2000s iPad Prototype That Started It All

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Prototype 035: it sounds like a nail-biting action RPG but it’s actually one of the first iPad prototypes, built years before the iPhone, and laid by the wayside as Apple kept experimenting with new form factors. The iPad in question, according to a great bit of digging by NetworkWorld, is...
Behold! The Early-2000s iPad Prototype That Started It All

What Apple's 2010 $30-per-unit licensing proposal to Samsung means for Android in 2012 and beyond

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On Friday afternoon, AllThingsD's Ina Fried was first to publish a presentation of a licensing proposal Apple made to Samsung on October&5, 2010 -- six and a half months months prior to suing. This is the most spectacular revelation of the ongoing trial. The slide deck was referenced by Boris...
What Apple's 2010 $30-per-unit licensing proposal to Samsung means for Android in 2012 and beyond

Earliest known photos of Apple's iPad Prototypes [Gallery] pulled from Jony Ive deposition

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NetworkWorld has a great pull of a Jony Ive deposition complete with lots of awesome Early iPad prototypes.   Developing....
Earliest known photos of Apple's iPad Prototypes [Gallery] pulled from Jony Ive deposition

Judge: "I've Had My Fill of Frivolous Filings by Apple"

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Richard Posner, the judge presiding over the Apple and Motorola’s IP battle in the United States, runs a staid courtroom and has little patience for legal hijinks between the parties. Earlier this year, Posner upbraided Motorola for what he described as the company’s “ridiculous” approach to claim construction. Now...
Judge: "I've Had My Fill of Frivolous Filings by Apple"

Apple CEO Tim Cook ordered to give deposition in anti-poaching lawsuit

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As reported by Bloomberg, Apple CEO Tim Cook has been ordered by U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh in San Jose to give a deposition related to an ongoing private lawsuit that claims Apple, Google, and others entered “no-poach” agreements. Cook isn’t the only executive named in yesterday’s order. Google Chairman...
Apple CEO Tim Cook ordered to give deposition in anti-poaching lawsuit
Samsung gets another crack at grilling Apple SVP Phil Schiller in court
Tim Cook will give evidence in class action lawsuit alleging collusive hiring practices

benkessler: Apple "035 Prototype" It's not all too surprising...

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benkessler: Apple "035 Prototype" It's not all too surprising to think that Steve Jobs and his teams at Apple were dreaming up the iPad nearly 10 years ago. What is surprising however is that Jony Ive designed and built a prototype as early as 2002, simply codenamed "035". This revelation...
benkessler: Apple "035 Prototype" It's not all too surprising...

Patience Runs Thin as Time Runs Short in Apple vs. Samsung

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While there are still two days of testimony remaining in the Apple vs. Samsung trial, there is a clear sense that time is running short. In part, that’s because Samsung and Apple are quite literally running out of time to make their case. The judge in the trial, Lucy Koh,...
Patience Runs Thin as Time Runs Short in Apple vs. Samsung

Deep Dive Analysis: Brett Gibbs Gets His Day In Court -- But Prenda Law Is The Star

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Ken White blogs at Popehat. He's a litigator and criminal defense attorney at Brown White & Newhouse LLP in Los Angeles. His views are his alone, not those of his firm. My past coverage of the Prenda Law saga is here. There are few things more terrifying to a lawyer...
Deep Dive Analysis: Brett Gibbs Gets His Day In Court -- But Prenda Law Is The Star

Judge "came in like a tornado" at Prenda Law lawyers

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Porn-trolling firm Prenda Law is getting dressed down in federal court today. Ars will have a more thorough update when our own reporter gets out of court, but some basics about what is happening are becoming clear based on early tweets. Brett Gibbs, the former Prenda lawyer who was...
Judge "came in like a tornado" at Prenda Law lawyers
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