Apple's ongoing legal antitrust fight in the United States is starting to look like a battle between the company and Judge Cote how oversaw the trial and now the monitor that she ordered to make sure there aren't any more shenanigans. Jeff and Bryan take a look at that, plus Apple's proposed sanctions for Samsung's confidential document leak, Thanksgiving and Black Friday iPad sales, and Bryan manages to sneak in a little Bitcoin talk, too.
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- Court-Appointed Antitrust Monitor Bills Apple $1,100 Per Hour
- Bromwich to Apple: Screw You, and Pay What I Say
- Apple Heads Towards Throwdown Over Antitrust Court-Appointed Monitor
- Apple Wants Courts to Hold Samsung Accountable for 'Unclean Hands'
- Apple Wins Patent for 3D Digital Photos
- Sorry Google, Android Owners Love Buying iPads
- Walmart Sells 1.4M Tablets on Thanksgiving, iPad mini Big Seller
- iPad and iPhone Own Black Friday Mobile Shopping…Again
- iPad Scores Big for Black Friday Retailers
- Seals With Clubs - online poker in the U.S. with Bitcoin
- Jeff's blog: Fresh Brewed Tales
- Bryan's blog: Geek Tells