The case for the death of the Nokia Normandy seems increasingly weak, as new reports reveal details about the phone’s UI and some of its possible specs.
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Google is trying to protect its Nexus line and partners from the Apple- and Microsoft-backed Rockstar patent troll.
A new report says that Nokia has ditched its Android smartphone and tablet plans in order to focus on wearables and smart glasses.
A new report confirms the existence of Nokia’s Android Normandy phone and adds another twist to the story: Microsoft might actually let it live.
There was more than the Black Friday frivolity in the world of Android this week. We heard some juicy rumors about the upcoming Galaxy S5, Microsoft caused an uproar with the Scroogled campaign, and the removal of CM Installer from the Play Store raised questions.
A new ad compares a Surface RT with a Galaxy Tab 3 in a very specific area: connectivity. The ad explains how the Galaxy Tab 3 can only connect to external displays and other devices through additional connectors.
House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte has created an amendment for his very own bill that removes a provision which allowed those being sued by patent trolls to challenge the validity of software patents at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. His change of heart came after a big lobbying effort from certain parts of the tech industry.
It looks like Microsoft has hit a new low with their Scroogled campaign: they have now introduced official Scroogled merchandise.
Microsoft might still be struggling to make a major dent with its own mobile platform, but they do have at least one major mobile cash cow: Android. Reportedly Microsoft now makes roughly $2 billion per year from Android patent fees.