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NComputing vs. OnLive vs. tuCloud vs. the iPad: The Road Back to Appliance Computing

Sometimes this segment seems to think it is in a reality TV show and that the goal is to create as much drama is possible. Typically, it is HP in the running for the most drama-related news and the

Court Rules for Apple in Operating System Copyright Suit

Apple's right to restrict its proprietary operating systems and other software to its own proprietary hardware was upheld this week in a Circuit Court of Appeals ruling against Psystar, which began

Winklevosses Face Developer Lawsuit, Take Facebook to Supreme Court

Last month, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit told Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss they could not reopen settlement negotiations with Facebook and its CEO Mark Zuckerberg. For a unanimous

Health Insurance Companies May Lose Federal Antitrust Exemption

President Obama is trying to convince Congress to pass legislation that would end the insurance industry's exemption from federal antitrust laws, according to The New York Times. As much as I write

It's Not Over Yet: Psystar Appeals Injunction

Computerworld reports that Psystar has appealed a federal court's injunction that bars it from selling Mac OS X-equipped computers, as well as an important November 2009 decision that effectively

Psystar Appeals Injunction in Apple Infringement Case

Last Friday, Mac clone maker Psystar appealed the injunction entered by the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California that prevents it from "copying, selling, distributing or

Eastman Kodak Names Apple, RIM in Patent Complaints

Every time I turn around someone is suing Apple for something. For the longest time it was the infamous Mac Clone maker Psystar, which sued the Cupertino, Calif., company for abusing its copyrights

Psystar Not Shutting Down, Attorney Says

Shortly after Apple won a permanent injunction against Psystar, rumors began to surface that the Mac clone maker was closing up shop. A Dow Jones Newswire article reported that company attorney

Psystar Not Closed Permanently, Lawyer Says

Friday, I wrote that Mac clone maker Psystar was going out of business after being permanently enjoined from selling products that would violate Apple's intellectual property rights. But something

Design Firm Accuses Microsoft of Trademark Infringement

PCWorld.com reports that a small company in Missouri has filed a trademark infringement action against Microsoft for its use of the word "Bing" in connection with its search engine. After a quick

December 18, 2009