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Why an Android OEM should make an iPod Touch competitor

Apple recently announced that it has sold 100 million iPod Touch units, which got us thinking, why hasn't an Android OEM made a proper iPod Touch competitor?
by Adam KoueiderJune 1, 201396

Samsung goes after new iPad, iPad mini and iPod in patent war, the stakes have never been higher

After seeing the iPhone 5 included to the list of allegedly infringing Apple products last week, we’re now hearing about other new devices added to that list. Those are the new ...
by AdrianNovember 22, 201211

iPhone 5 LTE, iPod touch, iPod nano and iTunes 11 leaked via Apple search results

Android fans probably know that the next-gen mortal enemy for any new and upcoming Android phone is going to be unveiled today during a special media event, and launched at some point ...
by Chris SmithSeptember 12, 20124

Details on Motorola vs. Apple patent case lodged with the ITC emerge

The lawsuit, filed with the International trade Commission last Friday, seeks an import ban on products that include the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Mac computers. The ITC has ...
by J. Angelo RacomaAugust 21, 201212
 
 

Google wants iPhone, iPad import ban in new ITC patent-based case

Motorola, which is now owned by Google, filed a new patent-based claim with the U.S. International Trade Commission against Apple, seeking an ...
by Chris SmithAugust 18, 201212
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