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Nokia Asks for a Ban on the Import of Apple’s Mobile Products

January 4, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

Nokia got engaged in a legal battle with Apple over patent and standards issues recently, and it appears they won’t spare any resources to try and win it – while also pushing the charges against Apple to a very high level. The last lawsuit filed by Nokia concerned GSM standards, and now they’ve launched another […]

Google Loses Court Battle Against Groovle Over Domain Name

January 1, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

Google recently got involved in a conflict with Groovle, after the latter registered the domain name groovle.com. According to Google, the domain name was far too similar to Google’s own, and thus Google took the matter to court.

No Electronics on Domestic and International US Flights

December 28, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

Due to the recent incident in which a passenger attempted to blow up an airplane with an explosive concealed in his lower body, security measures have been tightened to an almost extreme level. New regulations are in place for US travellers, and unless you want to experience unpleasant surprises, you should familiarize yourself with them.

iSlate.com and an Apple Patent Cause Rumors About New Apple Products Coming Soon

December 25, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

Some rumors have been going around about a new device by Apple – and although rumors don’t always come out true, this one has quite a lot of hints behind it to back it up. The first thing which sprung up people’s attention is the fact that Apple have apparently owned the domain iSlate.com since […]

Team on DeviceMAG Wishes You a Merry Christmas

December 24, 2009, By Alex Ion

No matter if you’re on the old continent, in Japan or the Americas, the team here on DeviceMAG — Radimir, Sanjeev, Thomas and yours truly, would like to wish you a very happy Christmas with your loved ones. Cherish every moment!

Apple App Developer Tapulous Earns $1 Million/Month

December 22, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

Ever since Apple launched their App store back in 2008, people had no idea how popular it would eventually become. And it’s no wonder that some people are managing to earn quite a living from it – one developer, for example, has been known to make about $1 million a month in app sales.

Boeing 787 Dreamliner First Flight Prepared, Meanwhile British Airways Go on Strike

December 15, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

Boeing 787 Dreamliner’s first flight is scheduled for Tuesday – that’s almost two and a half years later than the company’s original plans. The plane’s development encountered many problems that slowed its progress – design errors, strikes, and once there was even a shortage of bolts.

Amazon Denies Rumors of Physical Store in the UK

December 7, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

There’s been some controversy around Amazon recently, after some clues pointed to the possibility of them looking to open a physical store in the UK. Best Buy is launching its first store in the country soon, and this further fueled the speculation. It was all apparently instigated by a report in the Sunday Times, claiming […]

Facebook, Google and Twitter Turn Red For World AIDS Day

December 1, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

December 1st is the World AIDS Day, and to show their support for those affected by the disease and raise awareness for the huge spread of AIDS in Africa, Facebook, Google and Twitter have made various changes to their interfaces centered around the color red, so if you’re using any of them, you may find […]

Apple’s Rock and Roll Event on 09/09/09, What to Expect

September 9, 2009, By Alex Ion

It’s only rock and roll, but we like it — We’re just hour ahead of the “Rock and roll” Apple event and many of you have wondered what to expect this Wednesday. What is Apple going to reveal ? The invitation-only press session at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater in San Francisco […]

Europe’s Light Bulb Ban Can’t Kill Old Habits Fast, Comes to US in 2012

September 9, 2009, By Alex Ion

After only one week from the light bulb ban in Europe, authorities and retailers have found that it’s pretty hard to kill old habits fast. In an effort to combat global warming via energy saving, the light bulb ban is forbidding Edison’s traditional filament, incandescent bulbs from being bought by retailers — although old stock […]

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