Apple: "No Reasonable Person" Should Trust Their Marketing

While every new Apple product is scrutinized closely by an army of ambulance chasers, taking issue with Apple's speed claims » 12/02/08 5:40pm 12/02/08 5:40pm regarding the iPhone 3G is probably a somewhat reasonable position...unless you realize that Apple doesn't expect you to trust them in the first place.After a legal complaint by 70-year-old…

Apple Fires Back At Psystar: 'We're Sooo Not A Monopoly'

Remember when Psystar turned their little hardware dalliance with Mac OS X into an ideological crusade » 10/02/08 6:10am 10/02/08 6:10am against monopolies? Apple isn't having any of it. The company has just filed to dismiss Psystar's antitrust lawsuit, and, as if channeling John McCain from the last debate, seems pretty angry that Psystar just : …

Apple and AT&T Sued for Selling Too Many iPhone 3Gs

Apple/AT&T customer William Gillis was unhappy with the performance of his iPhone 3G. So he filed a lawsuit. But what's unique in this case is that the lawsuit isn't complaining just that the iPhone 3G is underperforming, but that the iPhone 3G is underperforming because it's been consciously oversold in a plot by… » 9/03/08 9:30am 9/03/08 9:30am

Afternoon News: Apple's Patent, Cashwrap, and Lawsuit

• An Apple Patent that refers to wobbling icons is strikingly similar to the same feature found in the leaked iPhone 1.1.3 firmware, confirmation? [Mobile Mag]
• Apple stores that still have "cashwrap" counters, aka cash register counters, will soon be moving to those portable credit card-transaction computers. But… » 1/03/08 3:05pm 1/03/08 3:05pm