Undervalued TiVo wins yet another legal battle
AnalysisThere is likely to (eventually) be a flurry of investment activity in TiVo over the coming weeks, as investors shake the tinsel and party poppers from their eyes and the depression on the markets that 2011 brought, and realize what an undervalued stock it has become. The shares spiked on January 3 as it announced that it had landed a $215m settlement with AT&T in their patent dispute, but then settled back down to lose all its gains, despite the markets generally being slightly up.
Cupertino lawyers mull 'driPhone' name ban
The AppleTM branding police have swooped on a fledgling New Zealand based mobile phone accessory entrepreneur in a row that may yet end up in court.
Black hole radiation could provide insight into quantum gravity
The evaporation of black holes could provide a way to what’s known as the “loop quantum gravity” theory.