Samsung has vowed to use “all necessary measures” in its fight against Apple. The South Korean company will do everything it can to side step the sales bans that Apple is pushing for on a number of its devices.
Everything Everywhere and Mastercard are teaming up to bring contactless NFC payments to the UK. They have a five-year plan to foster adoption of the new system and enable people to pay for goods and services with their smartphones.
Despite the recent Apple vs Samsung trial, Samsung will still supply many of the parts used in the construction of Apple’s iPhone and iPad lines. The patent dispute will take a backseat to mutual profits.
Android and iOS devices are being adopted faster than any other consumer technology in history. The smartphone revolution is worldwide and it is far from over.
So what does Google think of Samsung’s court loss against Apple? According to its statement the patent war will go on, the validity of Apple’s patents will be challenged, and Android will prevail (reading between the lines a bit on that last one).
Mobile gaming has really been taking off as more and more people buy smartphones. In Japan almost one in three people have signed up to play mobile games. Now mobile gaming giants like GREE are planning an assault on the U.S. market.
Are there any eco-friendly, ethically sound smartphones or tablets on the market? We investigate which manufacturers are making an effort to produce “green” devices.
So what’s the hold up with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean coming to the Galaxy Nexus on Verizon? Apparently the carrier is dragging its feet, testing, testing, testing, and refusing to fix a date.
Looks like the Motorola and Verizon event on September 5 will reveal more than the new Motorola Droid Razr HD. We’re hearing that the Droid M will also be making an appearance.
Everything Everywhere, the alliance between carriers Orange and T-Mobile, has been given the green light by Ofcom to roll out 4G networks in the UK from September 11, well ahead of the scheduled auction. Consumers may be pleased, but competitors O2 and Vodafone definitely aren’t.