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You can't own a color, but T-Mobile is hoping it can own magenta in regards to branding a no-contract carrier.
Apple's likely to have a new antitrust hall monitor, if the ebook price-fixing judge has anything to say about it; a new Apple Store invades Tokyo next year; and when it comes to Apple's hypothetical September event, read my lips: no new iPads.
Apple's latest purchase is the Sweden-based AlgoTrim, which specializes in data compression of images and video for mobile platforms.
The judge in the ebook price-fixing case speaks up again. Meanwhile, Apple gets ready to make an important trade and, elsewhere, incorporates a water feature into one of its stores.
Apple may soon let you trade your decrepit old iPhone in for a newer model, possibly one with a 64-bit chip or in a sleek silver/graphite color.
The DOJ wants more stringent oversight of Apple's digital marketplaces, Pandora is unafraid of the iceberg named "iTunes Radio" heading for its business model, and Samsung won't get a chance for a new patent trial.
Samsung Electronics was denied a retrial over the "overscroll bounce" patent in its dispute with Apple in a federal court in California.
This week's roundup of new apps lets users put Disney characters in their home movies. Also: Offerings in comics, games, travel, and search.
Rumor has it that Apple could ship a gold iPhone this fall. That wouldn't be out of character for the company, which has long experimented with colorful hardware.
Berkeley Design Technology is developing a new benchmark to measure smartphone and tablet battery life.
A dual iPhone launch in September is looking like a lock, the story of how Steve Jobs browbeat AT&T, and getting an evil app into the App Store isn't as hard as you might think.
A monopoly case gets dismissed without someone flipping the game board, the Moto X is picky about what you can write on its case, and what are the odds that a proposed Steve Jobs sculpture is tasteful?
Did Apple buy a company because of *math*? And speaking of math, when it comes to the App Store, the house always wins. Finally, Beijing and Cupertino may have at long last come to an understanding.
This week's roundup of apps brings all the benefits of working in a coffee shop to your home office. Well, except for the coffee.