In a swift decision made yesterday, a U.S. District Court Judge has denied Apple's request to ban domestic sales of the Samsung Galaxy S III. The iPhone maker had claimed Samsung's new flagship smartphone infringes on some of its patents.
Users who have the T-Mobile version of the Samsung Galaxy S II can now update their operating system to Android 4.0 (aka Ice Cream Sandwich).
Speaking during a keynote address at his company's annual developers conference, Apple CEO Tim Cook has revealed the details of iOS 6, an updated version of the operating system for the iPhone and iPad.
Because of its unusual design featuring a very large display, the Samsung Galaxy Note surprised many when it became a hit. Now its maker is reportedly working on a successor to this super-size smartphone.
According to Andy Rubin, the head of Android development at Google, over 900,000 smartphones and tablets running this mobile operating system are activated every day.
AT&T has just begun offering a new Android smartphone. The Samsung Galaxy Exhilarate is partially made with recycled materials and has a UL Platinum rating.
A report by Juniper Research shows that environmentally-friendly cell phones will almost reach 400 million by 2017, more than ten times the number that is expected to be shipped in 2012.
With a profusion of free GPS apps now available for Android OS, which one is best? In this roundup, Brighthand compares five top free apps and declares a winner.
In the very near future, Apple is going to ask a Federal judge for a restraining order to prevent the U.S. release of the Samsung Galaxy S III, on the grounds that this smartphone infringes on two of its patents.
Google announced it is adding some features to its mapping apps: Google Maps is acquiring the ability to use some of the features of this service without an Internet connection, while Google Earth is getting a 3D mode.
Two of the top U.S. carriers have begun taking pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy S III. These companies have also revealed when they expect to begin shipping this popular new model.
As the worldwide mobile phone market grows in 2012, smartphones are projected to see an increase of sales of about 40% while feature phones will see a decline of about 10%.
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