Apple, Samsung select jury in never-ending legal battle

Apple, Samsung select jury in never-ending legal battle

It’s the legal battle that keeps on keepin’ on. Attorneys for Apple and Samsung traded juror challenges on Monday at the start of a high-profile California federal trial to determine how much Samsung owes for infringing five of Apple's design and utility patents, winnowing 74 candidates down to a final panel of eight.

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Apple’s Lisa Jackson to receive Environmental Achievement Award

Apple’s Lisa Jackson to receive Environmental Achievement Award

The Environmental Law Institute (ELI) will present its 2018 Environmental Achievement Award to Lisa Jackson, vice president of Apple’s Environment, Policy, and Social Initiatives, on Tuesday, Oct. 23, in Washington, D.C. She’s being recognized for “her visionary leadership and outstanding environmental stewardship over a most distinguished career.”

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Analyst: Apple may released brightly colored LCD iPhones this fall

Analyst: Apple may released brightly colored LCD iPhones this fall

In a note to clients — as noted by AppleInsider — Rosenblatt Securities analyst Jun Zhang says that Apple could release brightly-colored versions of its 2018 smartphone line-up, reviving the color scheme used in the iPhone 5C in an attempt to make an LCD-equipped model more distinct from the versions using an OLED display. 

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Create and edit PDFs effortlessly with PDFelement 6, on sale now

Create and edit PDFs effortlessly with PDFelement 6, on sale now

We're slowly but surely moving to a paperless world, and one of the big developments that is making it possible is Adobe's Portable Document Format (PDF). Today's deal from the Apple World Today Deals Shop brings you one of the newest and most-respected Mac apps for creating and editing PDF files -- PDFelement 6 (version 6.5). Buy it today for $29.99 (half-off) and you'll be on well on your way to peak productivity!

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Security flaws discovered in Apple’s Mail app for macOS, iOS

Security flaws discovered in Apple’s Mail app for macOS, iOS

As noted by 9to5Mac, researchers have found flaws in the HTML rendering of Apple Mail on Mac and iOS, as well as Mozilla Thunderbird, that allows attackers to extract decrypted plain text from encrypted mail messages. The primary issue affecting involves a method that uses multipart responses to exploit HTML rendering issues.

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