This episode of Glee is a very newbie-centric one, with performances by all of the new Glee kids featured! Plus, somehow Will and Sue end up singing together too!You read that right, the New New Directions are featured front-and-center on this episode of Glee. The biggest surprise? I didn't hate it.
We all had to live with the aftermath of the Oscars this week, and that means John Travolta finally got a taste of his own name-mangling medicine courtesy of SomeGuy of The Mary Sue comments section. World, meet John Revoltya.
Glee Season 6 Episode 10 preview and official synopsis of 'The Rise and Fall of Sue Sylvester' on FOX. The post ‘Glee’ Preview: The Rise and Fall of Sue Sylvester (VIDEO) appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News and Videos.
Texas A&M defensive coordinator John Chavis has served unofficially in that capacity since early in January, but not officially until Feb. 16, when Texas A&M announced its 2015 staff assignments. Now we know why it took so long. KBTX...Show More Summary
Back in the old days, “Climate Change” was called “seasons.” Anthropogenic Global Warming was called “lighting a fire in the wood stove.” Just like the new EPA rules regulate livestock water sources, which will cause ranchers and farmers...Show More Summary
You know what? Action Bronson's new video for "Actin' Crazy," a song off his upcoming major-label debut, Mr. Wonderful,is... wonderful. Sue me! Who doesn't want to play a game of one-on-one with Godzilla and power-dunk a basketball in...Show More Summary
This part makes sense: A woman in Utah named Barbara Bagley is suing the driver who caused a car crash that killed her husband. This part is screwy: Bagley herself is that same driver. As the Salt Lake Tribune explains, Bagley is playing dual roles here in the bizarre lawsuit—...
Just like one of those action movies where a federal agent gets paired up with a small-town sheriff who knows all the bad guys in the area, the Federal Trade Commission has brought its crackdown on abusive debt collectors to New York and partnered with the Empire State’s attorney general to shut down a pair of unsavory operators. The FTC … [More]
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The Swedish telecom manufacturer filed suit against the American company for reportedly infringing on 41 of its patents that are used in iPhones and iPads.
Ericsson is filing seven lawsuits in a Texas court against Apple for infringing 41 patents. The wireless networking company also wants the US International Trade Commission (ITC) to block sales of Apple products in the country. While...Show More Summary
Smartflash, a Texas-based patent holding firm that won a courtroom victory over Apple earlier this week, is suing the company again. According to Smartflash, it was unable to include Apple's most recent devices, such as the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and iPad Air 2, in its initial lawsuit. Show More Summary
Ericsson today sued Apple in the U.S. and alleges the iPhone maker is violating multiple wireless patents. Ericsson filed a complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission over Apple's use of its standard essential patents covering 2G and 4G LTE technology. Show More Summary
Company wants to block of Apple products in the U.S.
Ericsson, the pioneering wireless technology company that holds many patents related to cellular network connectivity, has filed suit against Apple both with the International Trade Commission (ITC) and the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, claiming violation of 41 patents that apply to both the iPhone and iPad. Show More Summary
A hedge fund is fighting back against Preet Bharara. | Standard Chartered overhauls its leadership. | Hedge funds are still attracting money from big investors. | K.K.R.-backed Samson Resources hires restructuring advisers.
Ten former waiters at a Manhattan TGI Friday’s are accusing the franchise of racism and colorism—saying that when their location closed down, the company hired “light-skinned workers” who were mostly Hispanic to replace them at the new location, the New York Daily News.
Complaints center on 41 patents for technology used in Apple devices such as iPhones and iPads
SPECIAL FROM Next Avenue By Sue Campbell No one expected a movie about down-on-their-luck retirees — some broke, some heart-broken — to become a box office hit. But with star power from Maggie Smith, Judi Dench, Bill Nighy, Lillete Dubey...Show More Summary
Last month Apple and Ericsson went to war over the fees Ericsson is trying to charge Apple for the use of its mobile broadband patents. Apple sued Ericsson in an attempt…