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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?