The Apple-Samsung court battle rolls on, and continues to provide insights that the companies would rather keep confidential—like their sales figures, which have just been released in a new court filing.
Some shocking news reaches us via the Google blog today—apparently three Google employees have been convicted in an Italian court over a video uploaded to Google Video back in 2006. Scarily, they had nothing to do with it.
Another bullet dodged by Blackberry-maker RIM, after a judge in Richmond, Virginia called off a hearing over the device without issuing a decision. That hearing had the potential to put a stop to Blackberry service and sales. NTP, a patent holding firm that successfully sued RIM for copyright violations, had asked…