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MacSurfer's Archive: Saturday, December 15, 2012


  • "ITC judge clears Apple, Intel, HP of patent infringement allegations" AppleInsider 6:31 AM
  • "Google Maps Is Back, but Apple's Outta Whack: Tech Weekly" TheStreet 6:58 AM
  • "5 Ways Google Maps Beats Apple Maps: Google Maps' triumphant return to the iPhone exposes just how bad Apple's app really is." InformationWeek 9:03 AM
  • "Google Maps for iOS may violate European data protection law: German watchdog says the issue is turning location data sharing on by default." Ars Technica 4:56 PM
  • "Foxconn iPhone Factory Under Scrutiny Again" DeviceMAG 6:58 AM
  • "Andreessen: Here's The Difference Between Steve Jobs And Tim Cook" Business Insider 7:35 AM
  • "Redesigned and Expanded Third Street Promenade Apple Store Opens in Santa Monica, CA" MacRumors 4:17 PM
  • "iPad Mini set to eclipse Retina iPad: The iPad Mini could become the iPad standard bearer, according to NPD DisplaySearch."  CNET News 12/14
  • "Apple Doubles iPad Mini Display Orders: Stronger than expected demand has led Apple to increase the number of iPad Mini displays on order from 6 million to 12 million." InformationWeek 12/14
  • "Report: iPad Mini sales may be double Apple's original order" Electronista 12/14
  • "For iPhone users, Google Maps is back: Apple's maps application proved to be far inferior to Google's, turning what was supposed to be a setback for Google into a vindication." Associated Press 12/14
  • "An iPhone Detour to Google Maps: IPhone Owners Rush to Download App, Bypassing Apple's Pre-Installed Version" [Paid Membership Required] 12/14
  • "Apple rumors bloom near Malta: New speculation centers on GlobalFoundries as company's chip maker" Albany Times Union 12/14
  • "Intel, Apple, Hewlett-Packard Win Patent Ruling: An International Trade Commission administrative law judge ruled for Intel Corp., Apple Inc. and Hewlett-Packard Co. in a patent case over chip technology brought by X2Y Attenuators LLC, a small company that sought an order blocking imports of the defendants' products." [Paid Membership Required] 12/14
  • "iPhone In Violation Of Three Patents Owned By MobileMedia" Redmond Pie 12/14
  • "Jury: Apple Not Infringing on Alcatel-Lucent Video Patents" The Mac Observer 12/14
  • "French reporters infiltrate Foxconn iPhone 5 factory, find few of the vaunted changes"  Engadget 12/14
  • "Lingering issues found at Foxconn's iPhone factory: A new investigative report that went inside one of Foxconn's busiest factories claims there are still major issues with working conditions." CNET News 12/14
  • "An Early Video Peek at Apple's New 3-Level Hong Kong Flagship Store" M.I.C. Gadget 12/14