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Google will likely ask the Supreme Court for a second time to review API copyrightability

19 days ago   |   By FOSS Patents

As I wrote about six months ago when Google was preparing a petition for en banc rehearing of the Federal Circuit's Oracle v. Google Android-Java copyright decision, I'm not going to reiterate my longstanding positions on that case. However, Google filed an application for extension of time within which to file a petition for a writ of certiorari about a week ago , so I wanted to update my readers in purely procedural terms. In late August, the Federal Circuit denied Google's petition for a full-court review of a decision that held the incorporation of many thousands of lines of Java API...
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AT&T retires Smart Limits service, launches new app to manage parental controls

AT&T retires Smart Limits service, launches new app to manage parental controls

AT&T has just announced that it will discontinue its Smart Limits service effective November 26. However, customers using the service will be able to benefit from its features... Read more ...

Evernote For iOS, macOS Gains Dark Mode Support

Evernote For iOS, macOS Gains Dark Mode Support

Dark mode is a useful feature in apps because it helps reduce the overall glare that you get from an otherwise mostly-white interface. Even Google has found that dark mode... Read more ...

Microsoft Store starts accepting Windows 10 on ARM apps

Microsoft Store starts accepting Windows 10 on ARM apps

The Microsoft Store is now accepting app submissions built for Windows 10 on ARM. Visual Studio 2017 version 15.9 lets developers create 64-bit ARM apps. Read more ...

Google Photos on the web updated with Google Material Theme

Google Photos on the web updated with Google Material Theme

The first wave of Google Material Theme redesigns was for Android clients, with web apps in recent weeks following. After Google Keep Notes last month, Google Photos on the web... Read more ...

Today's Apps Gone Free: 3rd Grade Vocabulary Challenge, Cycle and Stopwatch

Today's Apps Gone Free: 3rd Grade Vocabulary Challenge, Cycle and Stopwatch

Increase vocabulary comprehension, create soundscapes, and record and share time laps with today's collection of apps and games. All app prices are subject to change at any... Read more ...

Today's Apps Gone Free: 3rd Grade Vocabulary Challenge, Cycle and Stopwatch

Today's Apps Gone Free: 3rd Grade Vocabulary Challenge, Cycle and Stopwatch

Increase vocabulary comprehension, create soundscapes, and record and share time laps with todays collection of apps and games. All app prices are subject to change at any time... Read more ...

Final Cut Pro X Updated With Support for Third-Party Workflow Extensions

Final Cut Pro X Updated With Support for Third-Party Workflow Extensions

Apple today announced a new update for Final Cut Pro X, which introduces support for workflow extensions that will allow professional video editors to use third-party apps and... Read more ...

Panic's Transmit FTP client returns on the Mac App Store following WWDC...

Panic's Transmit FTP client returns on the Mac App Store following WWDC announcement

Announced at WWDC , popular FTP client Transmit is today returning to the Mac App Store . more... Read more ...

Chrome OS Linux apps will soon be able to access your entire Downloads...

Chrome OS Linux apps will soon be able to access your entire Downloads folder and Google Drive

Google is working hard to turn Chrome OS into more than just a browser, but a real, functional operating system for consumers of all kinds. Most recently, they've invited... Read more ...

How to use your iPad Pro as a display for your Mac mini

How to use your iPad Pro as a display for your Mac mini

Well, that's one way to add a monitor to your Mac mini setup. The folks over at Astro HQ, the developers behind Astropad, have come up with a novel use for Luna Display, the... Read more ...