Here's a curious bit of information that will likely leave you in a daze: a judge based in the United Kingdom has declared that Apple must advertise on its website that Samsung did not in fact copy the iPad when said company released its Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet.
Verizon, the largest wireless provider in the U.S., is reportedly investing in its network to make it capable of handling extra traffic from Apple's iPhone, a company official said. Recently, Anthony Melone, Verizon Wireless' chief technology officer, said his company is prepared if Apple decides to end its exclusive agreement with AT&T in 2010.
"We have put things in place already," Melone reportedly said. "We are prepared to support that traffic." The company official did not, however, comment on the prospect of the iPhone becoming available on Verizon.