Today's MoreNews presents 19 links to interesting reports around the web. Stay tuned for more reports throughout the day. For your convenience, our number count noted above in red will be updated as we add content. Some of the reports that we're covering today include: High stakes if Apple e-books antitrust case goes to trial in U.S; Tim Cook’s comments on Apple Stores, illustrated; Apple's Path Back To $600: Tougher, But Still Doable; Globally, Android Takes a 3 to 1 Lead Over iOS; Apple CEO blasts OLEDs as inferior tech; Welcome to the Malware-Industrial Complex and more.
Read: Rampant Speculation on Apple's Watch Plans
Read: Did Intel, Samsung Scare Apple Out of the TV Business?
Read: Apple's Foes Should Remember: Levering Up Kodak Was A Good Idea, Too
Read: "High stakes if Apple e-books antitrust case goes to trial in U.S" Daniel Crane, a law professor at the University of Michigan Law School stated that "Apple may be interested in going to trial to establish an antitrust principle that might help other aspects of its business such as content deals with entertainment companies."
Read: Apple Press Release
Read: Tim Cook's comments on Apple Stores, illustrated
Read: The founder of the original Xbox Project states that "Apple, if it chooses to do so, will simply kill Playstation, Wii-U and Xbox by introducing an open 30%-cut app/game ecosystem for Apple-TV." Do you agree with that assessment?
Read: Welcome to the Malware-Industrial Complex
Excerpt: "Zero-day exploits are valuable because they can be used to sneak software onto a computer system without detection by conventional computer security measures, such as antivirus packages or firewalls. Criminals might do that to intercept credit card numbers. An intelligence agency or military force might steal diplomatic communications or even shut down a power plant." Talk of the Devil, see the report below that came in this afternoon.
Read: Europol breaks up multi-million euro Internet fraud gang
Read: "Broadcom Introduced the Industry's Smallest 4G LTE-Advanced Modem for Smartphone and Tablet Market." While Apple is currently using a 4G solution from Qualcomm in the iPhone 5, is there room for another supplier for another iDevice this year?
Read: "GPS Fitness Watch Market to Grow 50% in 2013 Regardless of Apple Rumors." Hmm, a new possible twist for the rumored iWatch: Think of an advanced Nike + iWatch type of application. It would sure beat an iPod band while working out.
Read: Apple doesn't have any Innovative Products in Development Strong Enough to reverse the iPad's Landslide states Citigroup analyst
Read: Apple's Path Back To $600: Tougher, But Still Doable
Read: Globally, Android Takes a 3 to 1 Lead Over iOS
Read: "Apple CEO blasts OLEDs as inferior tech – independent research shows he has a point." If you already own a Retina Display based iDevice, then you already know this.
Read: Control your touchscreen devices in the cold with Glove.ly gloves
We reported on this back in 2010 under the title "Next-Gen iPhone Displays May Support Touch with Gloves On." And in 2011, one of Apple's patents regarding gloves came to light. The good news is that the option to tap on your iPhone with gloves in the cold of winter is now here, even though it's not from Apple.
Read: At Toy Fair 2013, the iPad Is the Real Plaything
Read: "Transcript: Apple CEO Tim Cook at Goldman Sachs. Thanks to 1InfiniteWatch for the updated link.
Interesting Technology: First there was the Flexible Display. Now Comes the Flexible Speaker
Fujifilm Corp developed a film that can be used as the diaphragm (vibrating plate) of a speaker. By using the diaphragm, which Fujifilm calls "Beat," it becomes possible to realize a speaker that can be bent and folded. The new flexible speaker was unveiled at a tradeshow in Tokyo held earlier this month.
It's been noted that Apple has an interest in flexible displays to a certain degree, but this type of flexible speaker could be more attractive to companies like Samsung and Microsoft who have more specific patent pending flexible display designs on tap for future mobile devices. But it's earlier in this future category and you never know which company will be first to launch a true roll-out style mobie device. Time will tell. For now, Fujifilm has demonstrated the world's first roll-out flexible speaker.
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