Jeff John Roberts
Based in New York City, Jeff John Roberts is a writer at Fortune with a focus on technology.
Everyone except the lawyers, that is.
Apple's idea sounds like an obvious and simple solution: Less blue light, less trouble getting to sleep. Alas, there's a catch.
His death scrambles the expected outcome in key cases before the court and, in the longer term, removes the passionate pen the justice often deployed on the side of business.
The latest trial between Apple and VirnetX, which has been taking place over the last week, is a do-over of an earlier 2012 patent clash between the two parties.
Legal analytics company Lex Machina says Apple filed over 200 challenges to the Patent Trial and Appeal Board since 2012, almost 100 more than the second highest filer.
The new lawsuit follows a consumer lawsuit filed last week.
The U.S. Trademark Office must protect companies with slur names, according to the Circuit Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C.
The hot-button issue will be argued in the DC Circuit Court of Appeals today.
How the tech giant's plan will and won't help startups.
A test case of the FCC's new net neutrality rules arrived on the agency's doorstep. It involves slow web streams, but is likely to fail.
Richard Prince has outraged photographers.