Archive for the ‘Technology’ Category
Inventions don’t have to be real to be cool. In honor of National Inventors Month, we’ve collected five of the coolest fictional inventions—the ones we most wish were real. Lightsaber – Star Wars No list of sci-fi or movie inventions is complete without the lightsaber. This Jedi weapon features a blade of energy that can [...]
Without inventors, we wouldn’t have cars, televisions, computers, cell phones, or any of the other gadgets we depend on every day. So it’s only fitting to take a moment—or a month—to celebrate the mad scientists, crazy dreamers, and everyday innovators who are changing the world with their inventions. Hence, National Inventors Month. LegalZoom is joining [...]
And the hits just keep on coming for Apple, Inc. Recently we’ve talked about reception problems with Apple’s iPhone 4, a possible class action over iPhone locking, and the US Copyright Office’s decision that jailbreaking an iPhone isn’t illegal; now there’s another legal action in the works against the software giant. On July 23, a [...]
The newly released Apple iPhone 4 is already making a splash in legal news because of a “consumer investigation” by Sacramento, Calfornia firm Kershaw, Cutter & Ratinoff, LLP into “potential problems” with the phone’s release. The law firm, which has also sued Facebook over allegedly deceptive ads in Farmville and Mafia Wars, wants to talk [...]
LimeWire LLC’s legal woes continue. The company, which makes software that enables users to share peer-to-peer (P2P) music files, is the defendant in a recent copyright infringement suit filed by eight of the most powerful music publishers in the industry, including EMI Music Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group, and Warner/Chappell Music, Inc. [...]
If you were one of the early admirers of the iPod Nano, you might be getting a check in the mail soon.
The class action lawsuit against Apple because first generation iPod Nanos scratched too easily has been settled.