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Apple isn’t the only company taking Samsung to court over patent infringement. LG has also joined the fray in Korea, saying Samsung has violated seven of their screen technology patents.
The US State Department is now turning back on a contract they forged with Amazon 2 months ago - a deal which would have earned the Seattle company $16.5 Million and the US government a load of Kindle Touches to hand out to US embassies the world over.
Following Mat Honan’s harrowing tale of having his accounts hacked and digital life wiped clean, Apple has said it is suspending over-the-air AppleID password resets for at least the next 24 hours.
Just one day after they updated their cloud player, making it a worthy competitor against Apple’s iTunes Match, Amazon has made another push into the Apple-sphere, releasing their Amazon Instant Video app for iPad on the App Store.
Apple filed legal documents last week asking a court to order an Amazon executive to testify regarding the online retailer's use of the term "app store."