As founder of HopStop.com, Nigerian native Chinedu Echeruo has been helping New Yorkers navigate the city's overwhelming mass transit system since 2005. Eager to improve its mapping tools, Apple Inc. recently acquired the popular online city transit ... MetroTell.ng, 4 days ago
Suits filed in UK, Germany, The Netherlands over expired licensing terms In addition to a barrage of lawsuits in the US and complaints to the International Trade Commission, technology company Ericsson has now filed separate but related lawsuits ...IPod NN, 2 weeks ago Ericsson Extends Apple Patent Fight to Europe Mac Observer, 2 weeks ago
Story highlights John Sutter: Tech companies have a moral obligation to reduce inequality The tech sector long has been too cold to local issues, he writes Four days and 30 miles later, the relatively small group of demonstrators -- carrying signs ...CNN, 2 months ago Sutter: Silicon Valley can afford end poverty Channel4000, 2 months ago Opinion: Silicon Valley can afford to end poverty CNN, 2 months ago
Apple has been ordered by the Jury to pay $533 million for infringing patents with iTunes, as per a report from Bloomberg. The company was asked to pay for infringing three patents owned by Smartflash, a Texas-based patent licensing company.Smartflash had ...Fone Arena, 2 months ago
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