As you slowly recover from your Thanksgiving slumber and prepare to leave behind those roasted turkey memories of yesterweek, it’s time to get back into the Android spirit and check out the many Cyber Monday deals out there that are worth spending your holiday money on.
We were all hoping the patent system would see reform sometime in the near future. Patent Chief David J. Kappos recently spoke in Washington about the patent wars and assured the nation that the US patent system wouldn’t be making any significant changes anytime soon.
It’s not just Samsung that’s targeting Apple’s latest iOS products in patent-based lawsuits, but Google also, which is engaged in a patent battle of its own against Apple inherited from Motorola.
Motorola is planning to start a soak test for the Atrix HD, one that may bring Jelly Bean early to a select few. The soak test reportedly will be pushed out in the coming days.
A few months ago, we’ve showed you a snazzy red Droid Razr Maxx available exclusively to Verizon employees, and now it’s time for its successor to receive the special edition treatment. How much would you be willing to pay for a “special edition” red Droid?
Although Intel’s first ventures in the Android universe have been a lot more hesitant than what we expected from the world’s largest chip maker, the Santa Clara-based company is slowly, but steadily moving in the right direction.
We’re just a few days away from Black Friday 2012 (November 23) and while we have covered the most important Android offers as mentioned in the leaked Black Friday ads originating from the most important retailers out there, we’re going to do a major recap just so you know what stores to visit next week in search for sweeter smartphone and tablet deals.
Looking for a reasonably decent smartphone without paying a cent? Best Buy is now offering the Motorola Droid RAZR for free with a two year contract.
Rogers Canada just updated its “OS upgrades” schedule, and what do you know, the Razr HD is slated to get Jelly Bean 4.1 in “late December”.
The legal battle between Microsoft and Motorola just had some gasoline added to it after Motorola requested Microsoft give them a share of their new Surface’s profits. Today, in the opening salvo of Motorola’s suit against Microsoft, the phone maker’s lawyers brought up the Microsoft Surface and claimed that the device’s Wi-Fi technology infringes Motorola’s patents.