Round a few corners, a bit of nip-tuck and a tossed-on N. Oh, and probably just being sick and tired of the whole ordeal. We're assuming that's the recipe for getting the Cupertino-sourced gorilla off of Samsung's back, as a judge at the district court in Düsseldorf, Germany just issued a preliminary ruling that effectively clears the Galaxy Tab 10.
It'd be silly of me to talk about tablets in the past tense -- we still write stories about them daily and clearly, we review them, too. But of the ones we've seen lately, most have been low-end; mid-range at best. The market for high-end slates, once crowded with companies big and small, now looks more like a fraternity.
Google and Oracle arestillarguing over code at the foundation of Google's mobile operating system, Android. Google this week filed a petition with the United States Supreme Court, which appealed a lower court's ruling that Oraclecanlegally copyright foundational code.
Apple has been fighting to trademark the App Store name in Australia for a while now. The electronics firm lost the original case to trademark App Store last March and Apple filed an appeal with the court. Apple has now lost that appeal in Australia as the Register of Trade Marks in that country has denied Apple again.
Samsung's tablets haven't done much for me in the past; outside of the slickGalaxy Tab 7.7, they've rarely had exciting designs or brisk performance. However, theGalaxy Tab Pro 8.4caught my eye. It has an iconic (if veryGalaxy Note 3-like) look, solid specs and the sharpest display on a tablet that size.
The rage is thanks to a ruling today by the court on the Hobby Lobby case.that cover certain forms of birth control if that birth control runs counter to the religious beliefs of the people who own the company.The Supreme Court does not have a Twitter account. But a lot of people don't know that.
Despiteputting the brakeson injunctionsin both Berlinand Hamburg, Uber has once again felt the effects of a ban, but this time it's effective on a national level. Earlier today, a court in Frankfurt ruled that the car-hailing service doesn't have the necessary permits or insurance under German law.
Following the recent ruling from the Supreme Court, Aereo has elected to shutdown its service, offering a refund to current customers in exchange. The TV service's CEO Chet Kanojia announced the business decision in a somewhat somber post on the official Aereo blog today.
The Supreme Court's Aereo decision may not have it earned many techie fans, but its decision on two other cases - Riley v. California and U.S. v. Wurie- may change that. The highest court in the land has just ruled that the police "generally" cannot search your cellphones without a warrant.
Samsung ads typically teeter between funny and annoying. The company's latest efforts skews towards the latter. Though not as overtly anti-Apple as its "wall huggers" ad from last week, Samsung's latest commercials for the Galaxy Tab S essentially take aim at the iPad for A.) lack of split-screen multitasking and B.) having a an LCD display.
In aprecedent-setting decision, the United States Supreme Court ruled today that Aereo is in violation of US copyright law. The decision states that Aereo's use of tiny antennas hooked up to cloud DVR technology violates the right of companies producing broadcast content.
The Supreme Court ruling on Aereo is out , and the court has ruled against the upstart company and in favor of TV broadcasters. In a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court reversed a lower court decision that had ruled in favor of Aereo, a service that lets you stream live network TV on the internet.
LONDON — Germany can’t seem to make up its mind about Uber, the ride-sharing service.On Friday, a Berlin court upheld a ban imposed on the start-up that had barred it from operating across the German capital.
The Galaxy Note 4 remains out of reach but unsurprisingly it is Samsung 's home court that will get their hands on it first. The Korean manufacturer has just announced that the smartphone will be available for purchase in Korea starting September 26, with the rest of the world to follow next month.
Matthew Green, cryptography professor at Johns Hopkins, knows all about iPhone security and apparently so does his 7-year-old son, Harrison. According to CNN Money , the child was able to bypass Apple's Touch ID security measures and access Angry Birds Transformers using a simple physical attack.
Well you 've got to give props to Samsung, if only for being quick to the punch. Barely a day after Apple's iPhone and Watch media event, Samsung Mobile began posting a series of web ads mocking Apple's recent product announcements from all angles.
It's getting awfully cold outside, which really means one thing: Your time is much better spent curled up in bed reading. Amazon's trying to make that proposition a little more enticing for iOS devotees with a new app update that (among other things!) makes the whole shebang a little more social.
Apple launched its new wearable device, the Apple Watch, on Tuesday and the tech media has gushed with enthusiasm about the device. Everyone seems to love it. " Apple Watch looks to be another winner ," says ABC. But the device has two obvious flaws that people aren't really saying much about.
For the last year or so, Samsung has been touting a "paradigm shift" in the way it constructs flash memory: from a horizontal to a vertical arrangement of cells, or what it calls3D V-NAND. Now, judging from reviews of the first V-NAND consumer SSDs, the 850 Pro range, it looks like this shift has resulted in a geniune and unequivocal boost to performance.