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GoDaddy Bags Patent For Announcing Domain Name Registration On A Social Network

GoDaddy Bags Patent For Announcing Domain Name Registration On A Social Network

U.S. Patent Office has been frequently criticized for being incompetent, ill-equipped to handle modern technological notions, and quite oblivious towards what is patentable and what is not. These objections were highlighted during the patent war between Apple and Samsung. And now, by granting a rather crazy patent to the domain registration site, GoDaddy, U.S. Patent Office seems to have proved the point.

By On September 29, 2012 Respond
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JEDEC Approved DDR4 SDRAM Memory Standard

JEDEC Approved DDR4 SDRAM Memory Standard

Korean microelectronics standardization body JEDEC Solid State Technology Association has ratified next-generation DDR4 SDRAM standard. The new development was announced through a press release on September 25. The JEDEC DDR4 (JESD79-4) standard has been defined to ensure higher performance with improved reliability and reduced power.

By On September 27, 2012 Respond
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American Airlines To Equip Flight Attendants With Galaxy Note

American Airlines To Equip Flight Attendants With Galaxy Note

American Airlines (AA) has decided to equip its flight attendants Galaxy Note tablet PCs. Though AA has not mentioned, what version of Galaxy Note the company will provide to its flight attendants, the announcement page of AA seems to indicate 5.3-inch Samsung Galaxy Note adoption.

By On September 22, 2012 Respond
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Geekbench Test Shows iPhone 5 Performs Better Than Galaxy S III

Geekbench Test Shows iPhone 5 Performs Better Than Galaxy S III

Apple made a lot of tall claims when it released iPhone 5 recently. It stated that the device comes with an A6 chip which provides 2X performance compared to the A5 chip used in iPhone 4S. Now, the score of iPhone 5 on Geekbench tests has affirmed this.

By On September 17, 2012 Respond
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Motorola Products May Face A Ban In Germany

Motorola Products May Face A Ban In Germany

Motorola and Apple have been embroiled in a legal battle in Germany over the bounce-back feature in iOS. Apple defeated Samsung precisely by bringing up this same feature and now, Motorola has also lost in the patent case against Apple. This defeat may lead to Motorola products being banned in Germany.

By On September 15, 2012 Respond
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Google Surprised Over Patent About Round Corners

Google Surprised Over Patent About Round Corners

Apple has been able to secure a major victory against Samsung in a recent case where the jury has ruled that Samsung must pay Apple $1 billion in damages. The jury found Samsung to have infringed Apple’s design patents, which also include rounded corners. Google seems to be baffled over this.

By On September 13, 2012 Respond
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What Got Cheaper With iPhone 5?

What Got Cheaper With iPhone 5?

You have already got the pricing for iPhone 5. It’s similar to that of iPhone 4S pricing at launch – $199 for 16GB, $299 for 32GB, and $399 for 64GB. But, it is not the whole game. Some other phones have gotten cheaper with the launch of iPhone 5. These phones range from older versions of iPhone to newer Galaxy S3.

By On September 13, 2012 Respond
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iPhone 5 With Global LTE All Set To Trigger More Patent Wars

iPhone 5 With Global LTE All Set To Trigger More Patent Wars

The launch event of the next iPhone, due on September 12th, is just around the corner. A number of speculations and rumors have been doing their rounds regarding iPhone 5. To add to it, a fresh badge of speculations suggest that iPhone 5 will indeed feature global LTE connectivity options, a move which may lead Apple to more patent wars.

By On September 12, 2012 Respond
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Apple May Be In For Patent Defeat Against HTC

Apple May Be In For Patent Defeat Against HTC

Apple has been actively pursuing different tech giants over alleged patent infringements. Recently, it won a landmark victory against Samsung, bagging a smug $1 billion in damages. However, Apple may be in for a few defeats too. HTC has been pursuing a patent case against Apple over LTE technology and it seems that the judge is somewhat convinced by the former.

By On September 11, 2012 Respond
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Nokia Lumia 920 Arrives With PureView, Wireless Charging

Nokia Lumia 920 Arrives With PureView, Wireless Charging

Nokia finally unveiled two key flagship smartphones at its recent Windows Phone 8 event. While Lumia 820 is a more modest offering, Lumia 920 is being hailed as a true contender for the top-of-the-range smartphones. It comes with powerful hardware and some excellent features.

By On September 8, 2012 2 Responses
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Fortune Publishes 100 Fastest Growing Companies List For 2012, Apple Is # 8

Fortune Publishes 100 Fastest Growing Companies List For 2012, Apple Is # 8

Each year, Fortune Magazine makes a list of the fastest growing companies. The list is ranked by growth in revenue, profits, and stock price. Like past years, Fortune Magazine has revealed its annual list of the 100 Fastest-Growing Companies for 2012. In that list, Apple is in no. 8 position, and it is not the first tech company on the fastest growing company list.

By On September 8, 2012 Respond
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Google Bags ‘Super’ Patent For Cloud OS Systems

Google Bags ‘Super’ Patent For Cloud OS Systems

In the wake of the legal battle between Apple and Samsung, it was argued that the U.S. Patent Office had not been able to understand the technical implications of many patents it grants, and that the methods of the patent grant system need to be updated. Now, with the grant of a generalized patent for cloud OS systems to Google, these arguments seems quite valid.

By On September 4, 2012 1 Response
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Smartphone Will Drive The Global Handset Market By 2013

Smartphone Will Drive The Global Handset Market By 2013

Smartphones are becoming increasingly popular all over the world. They are fast replacing feature phones, due to better functionality and app usability. But, smartphones have not crossed the dominance of feature phones yet. However, a survey shows, smartphones will be leading the global handset market by 2013.

By On August 29, 2012 Respond
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NASA Plans To Launch “Android Powered Lowest-cost Satellites”

NASA Plans To Launch “Android Powered Lowest-cost Satellites”

A team at NASA’s Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California, is developing a miniature satellite named “PhoneSat”. The most interesting thing is that the PhoneSat satellites will be powered by Google’s Nexus One and Nexus S smartphones. The project PhoneSat is been aimed to launch the “lowest-cost satellites ever flown into space.” Possibly, the PhoneSat may launch sometime in late 2012.

By On August 26, 2012 Respond
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Bluetooth Bulb – The Ultimate Lighting Experience With Your Phone

Bluetooth Bulb – The Ultimate Lighting Experience With Your Phone

I am going to introduce new light bulb which should be called Bluetooth Bulb. It will surely simplify your life with its amazing technology integrating the bulb with your phone. You can control it through the app installed in your phone within its range. It is the ultimate lighting experience at home.

By On August 21, 2012 2 Responses
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