Courtesy of SV411.com, here’s a quick rundown of the latest technology news in Silicon Valley,
As Apple and Samsung continue to fight in court over designs and patent infringement, the Korean tech company has filed papers seeking depositions from Jony Ive, Apple’s VP of Design and a “number of Apple designers behind the company’s revolutionary iPhone.” According to Cult of Mac, these depositions would be used in a trial sometime next summer.
Previously, only available on Mac OS X and iPad, Apple’s popular music design and editing software GarageBand finally comes to iPhones and iPod Touches. The portability factor of having this application on a pocket-size device gives users extra flexibility as to when they can jam out. Hit the App Store link below to add some rock ‘n’ roll to your iOS device of choice.
Netflix and ABC’s parent company Disney have come to another agreement to allow access to ABC’s TV shows. While subscribers would not get access to the brand-new content airing on the channel right away, this new deal has opened up new content from ABC’s back catalogue. After some troubled times this past quarter where Netflix lost 800,000 subscribers, they might be able to dig themselves out of the hole they’re currently in If Netflix keeps the content deals coming.