Microsoft has filed a motion protesting Apple's "App Store" trademark filing. The reason? The document Apple submitted was not only too long, according to Microsoft, but also "printed in less than 11 point font," an apparent violation of court rules which require letters of a reasonable size. Children, please! Behave…
What's it take to get us interested in an FCC filing from Aliph, a company best known for its comparatively stylish but still intrinsically uninteresting Jawbone bluetooth headsets? A name like Nerd Dongle and a bit of mystery, that's what.
The news is kind of unsurprising, but there's evidence out today, courtesy an FCC filing, that the Nook is about to welcome a new 3G version to the fold. Perhaps a "Nook 2?" Updated:
An Apple patent application has surfaced that tackles improved video and photo performance on handheld devices includes a very clear depiction of a front-facing camera. Did someone say iPad Chatroulette?