The Brighthand and TabletPCReview discussion forums have been buzzing after a U.S. court decided in favor of Apple in a patent infringement suit with Samsung.
Just days after a decisive court victory over Samsung, Apple has filed a new claim with the U.S. District Court of Northern California, accusing some of Samsung's newest smartphones and tablets of patent infringement, including the Samsung Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note.
RIM's problems can come across like a soap opera. IBM might be BlackBerry's white night, or its final death knell.
Horn is an ambitious game title for Apple iOS mobile devices. Does it really create a full-fledged gaming experience on the iPhone?
The judge in the Samsung vs. Apple trial has decided that the next major hearing isn't going to happen for over three months. That's when Judge Koh will listen to various arguments related to last week's decision.
Brighthand's sister site TabletPCReview was able to try out the newly-announced Galaxy Note II at the IFA tradeshow. Check out their first thoughts.
A tradeshow sometimes called "the European CES" starts this week in Berlin. Expect new smartphones and tablets to be unveiled at IFA 2012.
Samsung clearly believes that "bigger is better". ?It has taken the wraps off the largest member yet of its Galaxy Player series of handheld computers, and the Galaxy Note II is expected to be even bigger than its predecessor.
Is Microsoft the real winner in Samsung-Apple patent infringement decision?
It didn't take a jury very long to decide that Samsung's smartphones infringe on some of Apple's patents. The S. Korean company has therefore been ordered to pay over $1 billion in damages.
Verizon Wireless has once again taken the top spot for wireless network performance in the J.D. Power and Associates semi-annual report, a ranking that is, in part, due to the carrier's aggressive 4G LTE network expansion.
AT&T and Verizon now allow multiple devices to share a single data plan, including smartphones and tablets. But which carrier has the better option?
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