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Apple's Chinese woes increase as State-owned film studio sues

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Photo: South China Morning Post Apple is being sued by a Chinese State-owned film studio, alleging that the company sold its animated movies on iTunes without permission, reports the South China Morning Post. The 3.3m CNY ($531,000) lawsuit follows five consecutive days of media attacks by the State-owned People’s Daily, claiming that Apple’s...
Apple's Chinese woes increase as State-owned film studio sues
Apple in Shanghai court over Siri speech recognition patent infringement claims

Apple sued by Shanghai firm for allegedly treading on patent with Siri, may say 'ni hao' in court

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For all the heat it dishes out elsewhere in the world, Apple has had a hard time catching a break in China -- between having to settle with Proview over the iPad trademark and a recent, smaller dispute over Snow Leopard, it's been primarily on the defensive. The latest...
Apple sued by Shanghai firm for allegedly treading on patent with Siri, may say 'ni hao' in court

Apple Might Lose A $1.6 Billion Lawsuit For Using The Word 'iPad' (AAPL)

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China-based company IP Application Development is suing Apple for $1.6 billion and an apology for alleged infringement on use of its trademarked iPad name, reports Apple Insider. Apple had initially bought the trademark from the company for $55,000, but the lawsuit maintains that the deal did not include rights...
Apple Might Lose A $1.6 Billion Lawsuit For Using The Word 'iPad' (AAPL)

HP Is Losing Some Rock Star Big Data Engineers (HPQ)

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HP wants to establish itself as a leader in big data, a technology that quickly crunches through massive amounts of business data. But HP has lost several highly regarded engineers to big data startups over the past year, particularly from Vertica, the Cambridge, Mass.-based in-memory database startup HP acquired in...
HP Is Losing Some Rock Star Big Data Engineers (HPQ)

Apple sued again in China, this time over Siri patent infringement

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Apple could be set for more legal trouble in China after Shanghai-based Zhi Zhen Internet Technology said it had filed a patent lawsuit against Apple for allegedly infringing on its voice assistant service with Siri. According to NASDAQ, Zhi Zhen Internet Technology holds a patent for a Chinese language voice system...
Apple sued again in China, this time over Siri patent infringement

Chinese internet: 'a new censorship campaign has commenced'

www.guardian.co.uk
Murong Xuecun, who has had his accounts deleted, explains how bloggers compare being silenced on the Chinese internet to being put to deathOn 9 May, I posted the following message on Sina Weibo: "The account you have been managing for years can be deleted in a second. Then you try...
Chinese internet: 'a new censorship campaign has commenced'

Apple Appears In Court In China To Defend Against Siri Patent Infringement Claim

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Apple is in court again in China, defending another of its products from attack based on pre-existing claims from a Chinese company. This time around it’s Siri, Apple’s virtual assistant, that has landed it in Chinese legal trouble, after last year another company took issue with the iPad trademark resulting...
Apple Appears In Court In China To Defend Against Siri Patent Infringement Claim
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