This week in your world of Android, KitKat rolled out to Nexus devices, while Samsung had problems with Jelly Bean, the incredibly cheap Moto G landed, Google Search got smarter, we heard news from the CyanogenMod team, and the Apple vs Samsung retrial kicked off.
Judge Koh found that the jury in the Apple vs Samsung 2012 lawsuit did not clearly explain why it awarded $450 million out of the $1.05 billion total damages, and decided that the patents in question should make the object of a retrial. The partial retrial begins today.
The intensity and scale of the global patent war just went up a notch. Yesterday, a company that is co-owned, among others, by Apple and Microsoft filed lawsuits against Google and seven of the largest Android manufacturers.
According to preliminary data from the International Data Corporation (IDC), Apple’s share of the tablet market dropped to below 30 percent during the third quarter of this year against a background of overall growth in the tablet market.
This week in the world of Android: BBM finally rolled out, the new iPads landed to tough Android competition, news broke about Samsung’s clampdown on unofficial accessories, G Flex leaked on television, Samsung revealed Galaxy S4 sales, three big name Android games launched, and we made it through another wave of KitKat rumors.
We’ve already heard that Samsung is close to completing the development of a 64-bit Exynos chip, but now we have official confirmation. A director with Samsung’s System LSI division confirmed during a conference call that the chipmaker is ready to manufacture its first 64-bit SoC.
We took a quick look at the new iPads vs the best Android tablets, and now we’d like to know your opinion. Are the new iPads tempting you in any way? Why/why not?
According to a new survey from J.D. Power, most U.S. mobile subscribers feel that Samsung and Apple rate the best when it comes to overall customer satisfaction.
Apple has appealed its ITC win against Samsung (a product import ban on older devices) most likely looking to extend the scope of the ban. Read on for more details.
LG takes on Apple, Samsung and HTC with ads that appear directly on handsets, making fun of those devices while highlighting features of the new LG G2.