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Patent Wars: Apple Pitted Against The Rest

Patent Wars: Apple Pitted Against The Rest

In recent times, as the pace of technological development has ramped up, so has the number of lawsuits being exchanged between major tech giants. These lawsuits often involve accusations of patent infringement and with time, are only increasing in numbers. For instance, Apple alone has been involved in a total of 148 lawsuits from 2006 to this day. A NYT infographic quite aptly shows this.

By On October 9, 2012 Respond
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Galaxy S III Sales Tops All Time High At T-Mobile USA

Galaxy S III Sales Tops All Time High At T-Mobile USA

Galaxy S III is the best-selling device of all time on T-Mobile, according to the mobile operator. T-Mobile USA revealed the information through a tweet in its official Twitter channel. While majority of consumers are falling for the iPhone, T-Mobile users are grabbing the best alternative – Samsung Galaxy S III.

By On October 8, 2012 Respond
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New Nexus Phone Confirmed: Result Of Collaboration Between Google And LG

New Nexus Phone Confirmed: Result Of Collaboration Between Google And LG

We reported yesterday that Google was planning to launch a new Nexus phone in an attempt to carry forth the success it garnered with Nexus 7 tablet. While it wasn’t clear which hardware vendor would be on board with Google for a new Nexus smartphone, CNET has now confirmed that it would be a modified version of LG Optimus G.

By On October 7, 2012 Respond
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Pricey And Limited TomTom Navigation App Comes To Android Devices

Pricey And Limited TomTom Navigation App Comes To Android Devices

TomTom has released an Android-version of its navigation application on Google Play two days ago. One negative aspect of the application that already came to light is it doesn’t work on some of the high-resolution newer Android smartphones, including the Samsung Galaxy S III. The older your Android smartphone is, the better are the chances of compatibility. Except for the compatibility issue, the app itself is magnificent. The turn-by-turn navigation easily outperforms its Google Maps counterparts.

By On October 6, 2012 Respond
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Google Wants To Recreate Nexus 7 In Smartphone Form, Says Report

Google Wants To Recreate Nexus 7 In Smartphone Form, Says Report

Google entered the mini tablet market by launching the 7-inch Nexus 7. The tablet packed fairly impressive hardware specifications together with the native power of Android and it was no surprise that it became a major hit in the mini-tablet arena. Banking on this success, Google is now planning to recreate the Nexus 7 experience in smartphone form, says a DigiTimes report.

By On October 5, 2012 Respond
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Apple Posts Message Remembering Steve Jobs

Apple Posts Message Remembering Steve Jobs

Apple has just posted a message and video to its website referring to the death of Steve Jobs. As we know, the late co-founder passed away on October 5th, 2011 over unknown reasons. Jobs was diagnosed with a form of Pancreas cancer during 2003, so that may have played an involvement in the death. But the important part about today is to remember the good moments in his life, not how he had died.

By On October 5, 2012 Respond
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Windows Phone 8 Launch Event Scheduled On October 29th

Windows Phone 8 Launch Event Scheduled On October 29th

When Nokia released its new flagship Lumia devices, we were able to get a few hints as to what the upcoming Windows Phone 8 may pack. However, the official launch of the new iteration of the mobile OS is still to happen and now, Microsoft has rolled out invites for the launch event scheduled on October 29th.

By On October 5, 2012 Respond
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Motorola Mobility Withdraws ITC Patent Accusation Against Apple

Motorola Mobility Withdraws ITC Patent Accusation Against Apple

Motorola Mobility, owned and operated by Google, has withdrawn its recent patent infringement accusations against Apple with the International Trade Commission. The exact reason behind the patent withdrawal was left quiet. We are awaiting word on whether the Android-based smartphone maker will testify the reasons.

By On October 4, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft Working On Own-branded Windows 8 Smartphone

Microsoft Working On Own-branded Windows 8 Smartphone

In October, some smartphone manufacturers such as Nokia, Samsung and HTC will launch Windows 8 devices. Recently, a rumor has been raised up about Microsoft that the software giant is working on its own-branded Windows 8 smartphone. That means, the company will come in the smartphone device market along with its own software to compete with existing manufacturers.

By On October 4, 2012 Respond
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Steve Wozniak Finds iOS And Android ‘Generally The Same’

Steve Wozniak Finds iOS And Android ‘Generally The Same’

Apple co-founder, Steve Wozniak, knows his electronics well. The sixty-two year old Apple computer whiz has owned his share of Android and iOS products. However, Woz certainly wasn’t impressed by the Cupertino based company’s latest handset – iPhone 5; one he had to get from Australia. He stated that the differences between iOS and Android are minimal, certainly a stunning remark coming from the Apple co-founder himself.

By On October 3, 2012 Respond
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Judge Ends Galaxy Tab 10.1 Ban,  Apple May Have To Pay $2.6 Million In Damages

Judge Ends Galaxy Tab 10.1 Ban, Apple May Have To Pay $2.6 Million In Damages

When Apple received a favorable verdict against Samsung in the landmark victory over its design patents, it also brought a rather small win for Samsung. The court found Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 not infringing the patents that Apple had brought forth. In light of this, Samsung moved the court to lift the ban from the tablet’s sales in the U.S. And now, the court has granted it.

By On October 2, 2012 1 Response
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Head Of Homeland Security Doesn’t Use Email At All

Head Of Homeland Security Doesn’t Use Email At All

In the digital age that we live in, email has become flag-bearer of a whole new revolution, paving the way for better communications through internet. It has replaced paper in almost all official communication. But, some unorthodox people can still be found in this digital era. One such example is he Secretary of Department of Homeland Security, Janet Napolitano. Recently, she has revealed that she doesn’t use email at all.

By On October 1, 2012 Respond
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U.S. Court Approves Reconsideration Of Galaxy Tab Sales Ban

U.S. Court Approves Reconsideration Of Galaxy Tab Sales Ban

Samsung has been pitted against Apple both in the smartphone and the tablet market, as well as in the legal arena. The two companies have been embroiled in patent disputes for months, and Apple was able to bag a resounding success recently. But now, the Court of Appeals has recommended that a lower court should reconsider the ban on Samsung’s tablet, Galaxy Tab 10.1.

By On October 1, 2012 Respond
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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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