As was expected , Stainless Games Ltd has released Carmageddon. The app can be found by way of the Google Play Store and at the moment is available in two versions
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Due to a ruling by the Librarian of Congress, come tomorrow it will be illegal to unlock a new, on-contract iPhone -- or any phone -- in the U.S. If you bought your iPhone before tomorrow, or if you bought a factory unlocked iPhone straight from Apple, or off-contract, full priced iPhone from carriers, or your contract is over, you shouldn't be subject to any restrictions
It hasn’t been a good week for Instagram . When the Facebook -owned company revealed its updated Terms of Service, which go into effect next month, the Internet went crazy, pointing out certain clauses that many users took issue with. It was a controversy that had co-founder Kevin Systrom taking to the Instagram blog to try to smooth things over before the company changed the Terms of Service to contain more favorable language.
RIM and Kodak have had some issues over patents in the last few years, but today it looks like things may be copasetic as Kodak has sold off all of it's imaging patents. The patents have been transfered to Intellectual Ventures and RPX Corporation for the sum of $525 million, which Kodak hopes will pay off a chunk of their bankruptcy loan. If the deal goes through, companies including RIM, Google, Apple and Facebook will pay up for the rights to all of the patents.
Apple has pulled AppleCare protection plans off their retail store shelves in Italy as well as advising authorized resellers not to offer them any further. Due to warranty protection set in place by the EU, Apple had recently faced the possibility of a temporary ban on their products in Italy
Today AT&T announced plans to buy up NextWave Wireless, and though it may seem like an odd purchase at first, there’s a good reason for it. NextWave has the rights to use Wireless Communication Services (WCS) and Advanced Wireless Service (AWS) spectrum, and it seems that AT&T is specifically interested in WCS spectrum to give its 4G LTE service a boost
During the WWDC 2012 keynote, Apple CEO Tim Cook said the already expansive iTunes App Store would be adding 32 more countries to the list -- and so they have.
Proview lowered asking price of iPad trademark from $2 billion to $63 million after Apple offered $16 million
Apple and Proview are apparently in talks to settle the case of who has rights to the iPad trademark in China , and rumor has it Apple's initial offer was $16 million. This is after Proview's initial ask of a whooping $2 billion in February, which they've since lowered to $63 million according to anonymous sources. Although it might seem like an obscene amount to ask, it's worth noting that Proview is a company on the verge of economic collapse with creditors knocking on their door.
Apple and Proview are duking it out in China over the iPad trademark , but stateside, a California judge recently tossed out the case. Judge Mark Pierce from the Superior Court in Santa Clara dismissed the comaplaint, letting it fall to Hong Kong courts to decide what happens with the iPad name.