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The Macalope Daily: Life imitates Apple

Companies don't copy Apple. Evolution does.

TechHive: What comes next in Apple-Samsung

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The battle is far from over: Samsung is appealing, Apple wants to ban sales of specific Samsung devices in the U.S., and a much bigger battle could be brewing between Apple and Google. Here's what to look for in the coming days.

Samsung to fight Apple's effort to ban sales of its smartphones

Samsung said Tuesday it will "take all necessary measures" to keep its products on sale in the U.S.

The Macalope Daily: Values

Guy who doesn't mind writing a piece that makes things up and is just flat out wrong wants to lecture Apple about values! Good times.

US may ease up on in-flight use of electronics

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is taking a new look at the use of portable electronics on airplanes, seeking public comments starting this week and...

Google: Apple-Samsung decision has little effect on Android

The jury's decision last week in the landmark Samsung-Apple patent battle doesn't relate to the core of the Android mobile operating system, according to Google.

ITC clears Apple of infringement of three Motorola patents, holds decision on fourth

The U.S. International Trade Commission ruled Friday that Apple did not infringe three of Motorola Mobility's patents, while remanding the investigation into a fourth claim.

The Macalope Daily: Winners and losers

Who's the big winner in the Apple v. Samsung case? Would you believe Samsung?! No? Yeah, neither would the Macalope.

China's smartphone shipments overtake feature phones earlier than expected

China's smartphone shipments surpassed those of feature phones for the first time ever during the second quarter.

Expert: Quick verdict in Apple trial doesn't mean jury shirked its duty

It may have been surprising that the jury in the Samsung-Apple trial returned a verdict after just three days of deliberations, but Roy Futterman, director at DOAR Litigation Consulting and a clinical psychologist who works on trial strategies and the mindset of jurors, says it appeared that the nine-person panel did its job.