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Apple Sues for use of “App Store”

Apple has once again become involved in a lawsuit regarding the use of the term “App Store” and its trademark off the term. Apple Inc. has sued Inc accusing the online retailer of trademark infringement and unfair competition due…

To share or not to share? Legal privacy concerns abound

With customer database and smartphone hacks, the safety of cell phone customer information could be the next wave in civil litigation.

Apple vs. Google: Who will win the mobile wars?

The New York Times Sunday Business Section on March 14, 2010, chronicles the epic battle of Apple vs. Google for dominance of the mobile applications market.

Apple vs. GoogleThe previous week, Apple filed a lawsuit against HTC, claiming the Taiwan-based phone maker…

Some iPhone apps may require FDA regulation

iphone-stethoscope-trimmed-150As more iPhone apps are released for medical purposes such as diagnosis and treatment of symptoms, Electronic Medical Records (EMR), and other health-related purposes, Apple‘s mobile device is garnering more attention from the FDA.

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Apps industry on the rise, says Gartner study

Gartner Inc. reports good news for the apps industry. The world’s leading information technology research and advisory company predicts that the mobile application stores will take in $6.2 billion in consumer spending in 2010 and another $0.6 billion in worldwide

Build your own mobile app even if you can’t write programs

In an attempt to make app development easier and more accessible, Minneapolis’ Mobile On Services BuildAnApp provides novice app developers with simple templates for various types of businesses and organizations.

Arnold and Porter App Released

SS-2010-01-15_17.23.13Arnold and Porter LLP has recently launched its own iPhone application for its Consumer Advertising Law Blog.  The app will provide its clients and readers with a mobile way to access their blog now.

According to the Firm’s…

Airport security alert: TSA wants its service rated

Call it crowdsourcing, online rating or real-time reporting. The Web allows for immediate, detailed consumer commentary on products and services.  That feedback has extended to cell phones and reached the airline-security experience through the “Survey on the

Rejected Apple Apps Publicized

Although Apple’s review process for iPhone apps seems to elude most developers, the App Rejections site should help app developers better understand why certain apps were rejected.

Developers quit Apple due to legal, contract and creative frustrations

Apple’s iPhone could increasingly lose out on potential development if more apps developers continue to halt their projects. These developers cite to Apple’s stringent policies which has often led to their frustrations.

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