Apple and Samsung Meet to Talk Patents Today
The CEOs and legal counsel of Apple and Samsung plan to meet today in hopes of resolving the on-going patent-related lawsuits between the two companies. Apple is sending CEO Tim Cook and General Counsel Bruce Sewell, while Samsung is sending CEO Choi Gee-sung and Chief Legal Officer Kim Hyun-chong. A judge overseeing several of the lawsuits arranged for the meeting to take place. It is unclear whether or not the talks will lead to a resolution that ends the patents wars. Both companies have filed lawsuits against one another around the globe. Each is seeking to block the imports of the other's products into various countries, including the U.S.
Unicode 11 with Dozens of New Emoji Arrives June 5
Jun 1, 2018
New emoji are coming to a phone near you, eventually. Unicode 11.0, which was finalized in February, will be released on June 5, according to Emojipedia.
Memoji Lets iPhone Users Make their Own, Self-Styled Animoji
Jun 4, 2018
iOS 12 will make iMessage more fun, says Apple, thanks to the addition of Memoji. Similar to the way Samsung's AR Emoji work, the iOS 12 Memoji will let people customize an animated emoji sticker that resembles their face.
Apple May Let iPhone Owners Delete Bloatware
Sep 15, 2015
Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company is considering whether or not to allow customers to remove unwanted apps, such as Stocks or Tips, from their devices. "This is a more complex issue than it first appears," said Cook to BuzzFeed.
Judge Asks Apple to Help Unlock iPhone, Apple Balks
Feb 17, 2016
A U.S. judge has ordered Apple to help the FBI unlock the iPhone owned by the shooters in the terrorist attack that took place Dec.