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At its heart, the legal spat between Apple and 'Fortnite' maker Epic Games is about whether or not the iPhone is a computer

Epic Games Apple and "Fortnite" maker Epic Games are fighting in court over how the App Store works. Lawyers for the two companies presented their opening remarks on Monday, which laid out their cases. At the heart of the fight is a fundamental disagreement on whether or not the iPhone is a computer. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Apple and "Fortnite" maker Epic Games just kicked off a legal battle that could have major implications for the future of the App Store...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Gaming, Video Games, Law, Trends, Epic, Tim Cook, App Store, Sundar Pichai, Epic Games, Moore, Forrest, Tim Sweeney

Apple and the maker of 'Fortnite' are facing off in an epic legal battle. Here's what the companies are fighting about and what to expect in the courtroom.

Apple CEO Tim Cook, left, and Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney, right. Apple/Rachel Luna/Stringer "Fortnite" maker Epic Games is suing Apple, and the court proceedings start this week in California. Epic says Apple's App Store is a monopoly. Apple says Epic broke its developer contract. As a result of the legal spat, "Fortnite" was kicked off Apple's iPhone and iPad last year. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Apple and the maker of "Fortnite" are going to battle in...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Gaming, Facebook, Spotify, Microsoft, Video Games, Entertainment, Law, California, Trends, Smartphones, Epic, Tim Cook

At the Screen Time Café...

... is this how you want to live?Get out there... into the world... ... before it's too late. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Ipad, Photography, Law, Chicago, Museums, Ann Althouse, Screen Time Café

Screen time harm to children is unproven, say experts

Researchers say World Health Organisation’s warnings over ‘gaming disorder’ are premature and say other factors affect child wellbeingThere is no strong evidence to support fears that screen time is inherently bad for children, experts have warned, adding that the recognition of so-called gaming disorder by the World Health Organisation is premature.Time spent using devices ranging from computers to smartphones and televisions has been the subject of debate after the UK’s culture secretary Matt ...
Tags: Psychology, Health, Ipad, Games, UK, Science, Technology, Children, Time, Society, Smartphones, Mobile Phones, World Health Organization, World Health Organisation, Matt Hancock

"The [20-pound] blanket enacts a fantasy of immobilization that is especially seductive in a world of ever-expanding obligations—to work, to monetize, to take action, to perform."

"Last weekend, a friend came over and tried out the blanket. 'That’s really good,' he said, eyes closed, unmoving. '“I kind of want more. I kind of want to not be able to move at all.'"From "The Seductive Confinement of a Weighted Blanket in an Anxious Time" by Jia Tolentino (in The New Yorker).Had you ever heard of weighted blankets? Here's an example of one on Amazon: "Weighted Blanket by YnM for Adults, Fall Asleep Faster and Sleep Better, Great for Anxiety, ADHD, Autism, OCD, and Sensory Pro...
Tags: Ipad, Sleep, Law, Jia Tolentino, Ann Althouse, Sleep Better Great for Anxiety ADHD Autism OCD

At the Soft Organs Café...

... it's the first open thread of the year. Enjoy the true empathy and paradoxical intercourse. And do consider getting your supplies for the new year through the Althouse Portal to Amazon. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Ipad, Photography, Law, Ann Althouse, Althouse Portal to Amazon What Stops Lawyers From Using Macs At Work?

If the iPhone crossed over into enterprise, why not the MacBook?
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Technology, Hardware, Law, Advice, Ipads, Blackberry, Iphones, Thomson Reuters, Windows operating system, Operating Systems, Macbook Pro, Microsoft Windows 10

Thank You, Mr. President, For My $379 Speedier, More Secure Office On The Go

The increased assault on privacy at the border is a wake-up call for lawyers on cybersecurity.
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Google Chrome, Google, Ipad, Technology, Privacy, Law, Advice, Cybersecurity, Ipads, Google Docs, Iphones, Donald Trump, Chromebooks, Laptops

"She found him sitting up in his bed staring wide-eyed, his bloodshot eyes looking into the distance as his glowing iPad lay next to him."

"He seemed to be in a trance. Beside herself with panic, Susan had to shake the boy repeatedly to snap him out of it. Distraught, she could not understand how her once-healthy and happy little boy had become so addicted to the game that he wound up in a catatonic stupor."From "It’s ‘digital heroin’: How screens turn kids into psychotic junkies," by Dr. Nicholas Kardaras in The New York Post.ADDED: The purple-prose description, oddly enough, makes the mother sound more psychotic. [Author: noreply...
Tags: Ipad, New York Post, Video Games, Children, Law, Addiction, Scary, Motherhood, Susan, Ann Althouse, Nicholas Kardaras

Do Attorneys Really Need Tablets?

As phones and laptops get better, does getting a tablet still make sense?
Tags: Ipad, Technology, Law, Advice, Ipads, Tablets, Jeff Bennion

How to Print Without Shame

The paperless-office religion probably makes you uncomfortable. The preacher says kill the paper, printing is a sin. Don’t fret. Here is why you should not be ashamed to print. I write this for lawyers, and I am not talking about mandatory printing. Courts are more likely to go extinct when blockchains end commercial disputes and self-driving cars eliminate motor vehicle accidents than to go completely electronic. (But courts hearing criminal and constitutional cases will be with us forever it s...
Tags: Ipad, Technology, Law, Paperless, Paper, Self-driving Cars, Blockchain, Don, Practice Of Law

Today’s Tech: How A Litigation Attorney Uses An iPad

How can you use technology like an iPad to bring innovation to your practice? A litigator explains.
Tags: Ipad, Technology, Law, Ipad Apps, Ipad Pro, Litigation, Litigators, Nicole Black, Niki Black

Skype, iPads and in-cell education at heart of major prisons shakeup

Prisons bill to be centrepiece of legislation in Queen’s speech designed to improve life chances of most disadvantaged in UKPrisoners should be able to use iPads in their cells and stay in touch with friends and family via Skype, a major study commissioned by the justice secretary, Michael Gove, is expected to conclude.The review into prison education by Dame Sally Coates advocates the increased use of “in-cell technology, such as iPads, so prisoners can learn independently”, according to extrac...
Tags: Apple, Ipad, Politics, Technology, Education, Law, Internet, David Cameron, Society, UK News, UK criminal justice, Computing, Michael Gove, Tablet Computers, Prisons and probation, Skype

Humans First. Technology Second.

It seems simple enough. Let's put each other first, before the technology. What is simple is not often what we - as humans - do. Think about it this way: what is the first thing that you touch right after you wake up? What is the last thing that you touch right before bed at night? If you are living with someone, is it your smartphone or your (smart) partner? The data doesn't lie. It's the tech, silly. Call it a sad state of affairs. We often forget, that in the deluge of technology we may be lo...
Tags: Ipad, Technology, Media, Trust, Marketing, Brand, Society, Data, Smartphone, Mit, Philosophy, Deloitte, Connectivity, Writer, Sherry Turkle, Humanities

Kate Winslet should stop worrying about iPads. The evil of I-Spy is worse | Peter Bradshaw

By clamping down on her children’s use of smartphones and tablets, the Steve Jobs actor doesn’t know what she’s getting intoKate Winslet, in an interview to promote Steve Jobs, her new movie about the legendary Apple designer, said she is clamping down on her children’s use of smartphones and tablets and will not allow them to use social media because of its harmful qualities. Related: Kate Winslet says children being harmed by social media Continue reading...
Tags: Apple, Ipad, Family, Technology, Media, Children, Film, Steve Jobs, India, Social Media, Life and style, Society, World news, Smartphones, Air transport, Tablet Computers

Third of pre-school children have their own iPad, says study

Ownership of tablet computers among under-fives in the UK is widespread, with a quarter of under-threes having one of their own A third of pre-school children in the UK have their own iPad or a similar tablet that they use for an average of one hour and 19 minutes every weekday, often on their own without a parent or guardian, according to research. The study found that in households that have tablets, 31% of children aged five and under have their own tablet; among even the youngest chil...
Tags: Ipad, UK, Technology, Education, Children, Society, Computing, Tablet Computers

Finnish teenagers with sleeping disorders double in last 20 years

Study reveals increase in chronic fatigue may be caused by energy drinks and long exposure to iPad or smartphone screensNodding heads, stifled yawns and dark circles under the eyes have become a familiar sight in Finnish classrooms as sleeping disorders have doubled among school-age children over the past two decades. Researchers believe energy drinks and personal electronic devices could be behind the trend.Around 20% of teenage girls and 10% of teenage boys in Finland now suffer from chronic f...
Tags: Apple, Health, Ipad, Europe, Technology, Sleep, Children, Life and style, Society, World news, Smartphones, Mobile Phones, Health & wellbeing, Computing, Tablet Computers, Finland

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