Google considering selling Motorola handset division to Huawei, rumors indicate

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It has been better part of a year since Google announced its intent to acquire Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion.  While we’re still waiting for various governmental departments to officially approve the purchase, rumors have circulated as to what Google plans to do with the division. ...

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Coby’s budget-friendly ICS tablets now shipping

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We’ve never known Coby to be a major player in the Android world, but that’s not stopping them from releasing five ICS-powered tablets. They’re all packing the same basic specs, which we’ll get to in a moment. Going from smallest to largest, there’s the 7-inch ...

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Trademark filings tell us Samsung has plenty of Galaxy on horizon

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Could these be clues as to the next models of Galaxy handsets or tablets for your carrier?

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LG flaunts Optimus LTE sales, hopeful for similar results with Verizon Spectrum

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When someones accomplishes something worthwhile, a little bragging or trash-talking can be expected. LG seems to have taken that same mindset with their latest press release, which praises both the fantastic hardware of the Optimus LTE (released as the LG Spectrum on Verizon) and its ...

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Oracle: Google earning $10 million a day from Android

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In the ongoing sage that is lawsuits and patent infringements, Oracle has asked the courts to stay or dismiss a Java-related case against Google for upwards of 9 months. In the letter submitted to the courts, Oracle listed what they believe to be Google’s earnings from Android. According ...

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Corning officially announces Gorilla Glass 2, keeps phones protected while becoming 20% thinner

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We saw it coming earlier this month, and now it’s official. Corning made their official announcement for Gorilla Glass 2. The new iteration uses a new and different material that not only continues to protect our devices from scratches, cracks, and the like; it does it while reducing the ...

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OnLive calls their latest app update “console class” on the Xperia PLAY, enables slide-out game controls

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The company OnLive today announced that their latest update to the OnLive Android app would take their gaming experience on the Xperia Play to the next level. How? By enabling the slide-out controls that make the device so unique, that’s how. That’s right, folks. We’re talking ...

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ITC sides with Apple over HTC, victory means little

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Starting April 19, 2012 HTC will no longer be allowed to import phones that, as a result of yesterday’s court ruling, infringe on Apple’s patents for “data tapping” (when your phone turns text addresses, emails, and phone numbers into links). But thankfully, the patent ...

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Coby launching line of ICS tablets at CES

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Coby has just announced that they'll be releasing five ICS tablets at CES in January. Will they be able to hold a candle to the competitors?

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Scanlife optimized and updated for Holiday shopping [PRESS RELEASE]

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New York, NY – Nov. 21, 2011 – Scanbuy, Inc. (www.scanbuy.com), the global leader in mobile barcode solutions, today announced ScanLife 4.0, a new version of its mobile barcode reader application. With ScanLife 4.0, shoppers can now view a live feed that displays codes being scanned in ...

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Google granted patent for Android pattern unlock

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  Google has been granted a patent for the unlock pattern that comes with many Android devices, including the first ever handset, the T-Mobile G1. If you’re not familiar with the pattern we’re referring to, it’s a 3×3 dot screen which can be customized to a nearly ...

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Did Samsung and Google Lie About Reason for the Galaxy Nexus Delay? (Rumor)

As many of you all know, today was supposed to be the day when we got our first real taste of Ice Cream Sandwich and the official unveiling of a new handset.  Rumored for a while as the Nexus Prime, the final name looks to be nearly confirmed as the Galaxy Nexus.  So why don’t... Read More

LG Optimus LTE Lands in Korea, True HD Smartphone

Remember the LG device that was leaked a few days ago and was to be the first LG device to appear with a 720p HD display as well as LTE capability? We’ve just heard that the device will be hitting Korea soon, and that LG has officially announced the device. LG Optimus LTE is LG’s... ...

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Google and Oracle Attempting Settlement Ahead of Trial

After spending more than one year of battling back and forth, Google and Oracle are in court, attempting to smooth things out. A quick primer – Oracle has accused Google of infringing on some of their Java software patents.  The CEO’s for both companies were in front of a magistrate ...

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A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to World Domination

Google purchased the Android, Inc. company back in 2005, then announced the Open Handset Alliance in, 2007.  Then in the Fall of 2008, the lowly T-Mobile G1 was open to the public.  But the initial business model that Google put forth may have gone awry in the time since up to now. In the ...

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