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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
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?
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
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
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
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
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
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
Skycast Solutions Introduces TrayVu – Please return Your Android Devices to Their Full Upright Position
Skycast Solutions has created what I believe is an absolute brilliant solution to the ongoing revenue problems airlines have been facing. It’s not only cost effective, but also introduces limitless
Apple has scored a European victory against Samsung which could soon see the ban of three devices from the South Korean smart phone maker. Tentatively set to take effect on
Way back in September of 2005, Motorola came out with a bold new cellular telephone that could, in fact, sync with your Apple iTunes account. This auspicious device was dubbed
It’s a huge day for Android today as Google just announced that they’ve acquired Motorola Mobility. Yes, that Motorola. New CEO Larry Page just put the word out on the
It’s obvious by now, after having sued Samsung, which led to the Galaxy Tab 10.1 being banned from every major European country, that Apple likes to enforce patent infringement on other companies.
A recent peek in the U.S. Patents and Trademarks website tells us that Motorola KORE is not expected to be tablet or service related, but tied to fitness headphones. Motorola
Well what do we have here? Apple actually gaining ground on one of it’s many ridiculous lawsuits? That’s the current case in Europe. The Regional Court of Dusseldorf has granted