The U.S. International Trade Commission released details of an earlier ruling against Apple that said some of the consumer electronics giant's products had violated patents owned by a company being acquired by a competitor. The ruling said Apple's computers violated two patents owned by S3 Graphics Co., which is being acquired by handset maker HTC Corp. The ruling said Apple had not violated S3's patents in its mobile products, the popular iPhone and iPad devices.
Archive for the “Mac” Category
Jul 29 2011
Matt unboxes the 2011 model Apple Mac Mini. Video after the break!
Jul 26 2011
Watch the video below to learn how to upgrade the ram in your 2010 and 2011 Unibody Mac mini.
Jul 26 2011
While doing some benchmarks "tldtoday" learned that Apple has 2 sets of SSD brands they are using in the 2011 MacBook Airs so check out this video to learn how to check which model SSD you have and if it's the slower one.
Jul 25 2011
Heres a brief visit to one of the most famous Apple Stores in the world, which isn't really isn't an Apple Store, filmed on July 22, 2011 with the help of a MacBook.
Matt gets his hands on the new MacBook Air from summer 2011 and does a quick unboxing. Check it out after the break!
Jul 23 2011
The Connected States of America illustrates the emerging communities based on the social interactions through the use of anonymized mobile phone data. Investigating the interaction network of people reveals interesting facets on how people utilize space. Cities attract their citizens from all walks of life, from nearby and from distant areas across the country. This constant flux of people commuting, migrating, and travelling across the country establishes connections which are dominated by large cities. The social connections woven across the United States can be used to define communities, where the glue that holds a community together is a stronger relationship with other members of the same community compared to members of other communities. Naturally, one can ask whether the communities defined purely by social interactions coincide with the administrative boundaries, for example state boundaries? Remarkably, this is not always the case!