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HP is looking to sell some of its mobile patent portfolio, reports a Bloomberg source “with direct knowledge of the matter”. The patents figure to include those related to WebOS, the
At CES this year, Samsung showed off working prototypes of its flexible displays. Since then, other than a concept video, there hasn’t been much news on this alleged tablet with a bendable AMOLED
Google today announced that it won’t actively sue any users, developers, or other companies using code with Google’s patents “unless first attacked.” In other words, Google doesn’t want any trouble but
Is Google afraid that Samsung could throw its weight around? Would Samsung be wrong?
With the Google / Motorola acquisition that took place oh-so-long ago, it’s been slow going for awhile. Many expected to see devices almost right out of the gate, but mum
Some readers may recall recently reading that Motorola Mobility is making an Android powered device codenamed ‘X-Phone‘. While the known details are somewhat limited at this time, it seems pretty
We’ve seen cool. We’ve seen awesome. But this… I just don’t know what to think about this. A new device, dubbed the YotaPhone, will feature dual screens, but probably not
After being at each other’s throats for years around patent rights, Apple and HTC have decided to let bygones be bygones. The two companies have entered into an agreement to
After announcing the Nexus 4, Nexus 10, and the 32GB Nexus 7, Google caused quite a stir in the tech community. Most of our first reactions were in response to
Seeing as how it has been a while since we swung by the US Trademarks and Patents office, we figured we would spend a few minutes poking around. As often
Could this tech power multi-user profiles for future Android tablets? We certainly hope so.
Motorola today pulled its lawsuit against Apple, just weeks after filing against the Cupertino-based company. Initially centered around seven alleged patent violations, Motorola did not give any reason for the
Apple is gearing up to launch the next “not-so-revolutionary” device known as iPhone 5 in the upcoming days, and we know that Apple is not in a good relationship with
Motorola wants you to know that despite all the great stuff from the past few years (decades, really), they are just getting going. Perhaps a result of the Google pairing,