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Apple looking to hire hardware engineers to build projection systems and displays for virtual reality

Apple looking to hire hardware engineers to build projection systems and displays for virtual reality

Apple’s not afraid of virtual reality, which has been quite obvious with each new patent that surfaces showing that the Cupertino-based company has at least entertained the thought more than a few times.

Apple brings Pages, Numbers and Keynote to iCloud website for people without Apple devices

Apple brings Pages, Numbers and Keynote to iCloud website for people without Apple devices

Apple hit with another lawsuit from Smartflash LLC after initial loss

Apple hit with another lawsuit from Smartflash LLC after initial loss

On February 25, Apple lost a court battle against Smartflash LLC for infringing on some gaming patents. Unfortunately, that meant Apple was ordered to pay upwards of $532.9 million.

Apple will live stream the ‘Spring forward’ event on March 9

Apple will live stream the ‘Spring forward’ event on March 9

Apple on Thursday, February 26, announced a brand new media event for March 9, which it calls the “Spring forward” event.

Apple invites media for ‘Spring forward’ event on March 9

Apple invites media for ‘Spring forward’ event on March 9

Apple has its fair share of colorful media invites for its product announcements, and this new one is no different.

Imagination Technologies latest GPU will potentially allow Apple to convert the Apple TV into a gaming console

Imagination Technologies latest GPU will potentially allow Apple to convert the Apple TV into a gaming console

Imagination Technologies today unveiled its latest “super-GPU,” the GT7900, that potentially allows Apple to convert the Apple TV into a gaming console.  

WSJ: Apple expanding in Israel with focus on chip design

WSJ: Apple expanding in Israel with focus on chip design

Apple hired its first employee from Israel in 2011, and now the company has over 700 people working in Israel for it. Even Apple’s CEO Tim Cook was in Israel on Thursday to visit the Cupertino company’s new R&D offices in Tel Aviv. The reason behind Apple’s focus on Israel? 

Tim Cook met German Chancellor Angela Merkel during his Berlin trip

Tim Cook met German Chancellor Angela Merkel during his Berlin trip

During his visit to Berlin, Tim Cook met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel to discuss security, privacy, net neutrality, environmental protection, and more.

Jury orders Apple to pay $532.9 million for infringing gaming patents

Jury orders Apple to pay $532.9 million for infringing gaming patents

Apple has lost a court battle against Smartflash LLC, which accused the former of using its patented inventions in iTunes without its permission. The Texas jury ruled the case in Smartflash’s favor and has ordered Apple to pay $532.9 million in damages. 

iOS and Android continue to lead smartphone market share with 96.3% in fourth quarter

iOS and Android continue to lead smartphone market share with 96.3% in fourth quarter

iOS and Android are easily the most popular mobile operating systems on the planet, but sometimes getting the gist of that takes another quarterly breakdown.