MacSurfer's Headline News
Home | Apple Stock | Tracked Sites | TechNN | | E-Mail | Sherlock Plugin
Login | Subscribe to MacSurfer's Headline News
Poll | Most Popular | Talking Heads | A Year Ago Today |

MacSurfer's Archive: Monday, December 3, 2012


  • "Apple's ITunes Would Be One of World's Biggest Media Companies" ["Apple's media storefronts took in more than $8.5 billion for the fiscal year ending in September. Put together, the revenue of the above-mentioned media companies only adds up to $8.2 billion for the same period, about $300 million less than Apple."]  Bloomberg 9:02 AM
  • "What The iPhone Means For Apple Stock" ["...selling the iPhone seems to have become indispensable to Apple. As sales of the device compromise a vast majority of the firm's revenues, the iPhone 5 is an incredibly important device. Another success will be sure to propel Apple stock to new heights. A swing-and-a-miss on any iPhone, however, would have disastrous ramifications for the company."]  Forbes 8:01 AM
  • "Don't worry, Apple: iPad still dominant in China/Apple may be struggling to maintain its huge market share in the tablet space globally, but it remains top dog by some margin in China, where the latest Stats show it on 71.4 per cent." The Register 8:03 AM
  • "Apple denies Samsung claims it withheld juror info: Since losing a $1 billion patent-infringement judgment to Apple Samsung has accused the jury foreman of withholding important information and suggested Apple knew about it. Apple now says the claims are bunk." CNET News 8:30 AM
  • "Apple v. Samsung: feuding tech giants return to court in epic patent battle" Silicon Valley 1:22 PM
  • "Apple: we knew nothing of jury foreman Hogan's background" Macworld UK 8:54 AM
  • "Apple Scoffs at Samsung Claim of Jury Foreman's Bias in Patent Trial" AllThingsD 1:56 PM
  • "Samsung, Apple Rift Could Throw Intel Into ARM's Arms" MacNewsWorld 2:16 PM
  • "Is Apple an Evil Controlling Monster?? No, probably not. But that's not what some people think. Ever since it was the little guy fighting big bad Microsoft, Apple has been known as the more controlled, more protective alternative. But now that Apple is a giant in its own right, that tight-to-the-vest nature can seem a bit... possessive."  Yale Law & Technology 8:03 AM
  • "Apple Overtakes LG to Become the Second Biggest Mobile Vendor in the U.S." Mashable 8:53 AM
  • "Legacy iPhones Biting Apple in the ASP" AllThingsD 8:00 AM
  • "Apple, Microsoft, HP, Samsung and others sued by Washington Research Foundation over WLAN patents" The Next Web 7:44 AM
  • "Luxembourg Corporation Sues Apple for Patent Infringement" Justia 3:15 PM
  • "Patents in Apple-HTC settlement must remain unsealed, judge says" AppleInsider 9:03 PM