Apple Supplier Raises Patent-Fight Prospects as Shares Tumble

A small but critical Apple supplier in the U.K. is raising the prospect of a patent fight with the smartphone giant after Apple said it would stop using its technology to process graphics in its iPhones and other devices. All images and written content is property of the listed RSS FEED if you would like more on this story and images please click the listed feed. http://www.wsj.com/xml/rss/3_7014.xml

PurseBlog Asks: You Have $3,000 – What Bag Would You Buy?

My bag spending has changed drastically since I became pregnant and having Millie. Don’t get me wrong–I still lust after bags non-stop, but my extra spending money has moved from bags and fashion to all things baby. On top of that, I’ve started to look more at small, compact bags I can carry along with Millie’s bag of tricks and necessities, rather than a larger everyday bag for personal use.

I was thinking about this the other day and wondered what bag I’d buy if I had money to spend on a bag right now. With most designer bag prices easily topping $2,000 right now, I set my imaginary limit at $3,000. It’s always fun to play with imaginary money when your friends are involved, so I wanted to turn to you to see what bag you would buy with $3,000?

Attach an image or link so I can check out all of your bag wants and desires! And yes, of course I’d love to have more to special order an Hermès Kelly, but I figured $3,000 was a bit more reasonable…then again, when you’re talking imaginary money, does it even matter? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

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Banner Saying ‘Impeach Trump’ Seen Hanging at Marlins vs. Nationals

It appears some fans used the Washington Nationals‘ Opening Day game to show their displeasure with president Donald Trump. 

Per Alex Rubinstein of RT America, fans unraveled a large “Impeach Trump” banner during Monday’s home game against the Miami Marlins:

The baseball game was the first in Washington D.C. since Trump became president.

Trump was offered the chance to throw the ceremonial first pitch for Monday’s game but declined the opportunity.

Per the New York Times, he received only 4.1 percent of the vote in Washington D.C in November’s presidential election.