Apple has their second Android app now available in the Play Store. It’s first app was an easy way for people to move from Android to iOS. This new app allows users to manage a Beats Pill+ Bluetooth speaker.
Huawei has hired Abigail Brody who was Apple’s former creative director. Her new position will be chief user experience (UX) designer. Huawei made the announcement of the hire on Weibo.
HTC this week announced the One A9, and the design turned out to be a blatant copy of the iPhone 6/6S. HTC claims that it was actually Apple who copied the Taiwanese manufacturer, but Cupertino won’t be serving papers to HTC anytime soon either way.
Apple earlier was facing almost a billion dollars in fines for infringing on a University of Wisconsin-Madison patent that improved processor efficiency. Now, Apple has only been ordered to pay $234 million in damages, as a US jury has come to the conclusion that Apple did not infringe on the patent willfully.
Well folks, it looks like Apple is losing another patent lawsuit to the tune of $862 million in damages. A U.S. jury yesterday found that Apple used technology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison without permission.
This particular patent aims to improve processor efficiency.
There’s a change coming to the mobile industry. One of the little known things that happened when Apple announced the new iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus is that the Cupertino-based company itself is willing to finance either device to you–installment payments, just like you’d find on a carrier.
Another little known fact is that Google is actually doing the same thing with its Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P. Those interested in purchasing one can choose whether to buy it outright or finance it for 24 months.