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Samsung Will Prove Galaxy S III Is “Innovative and distinctive” In Fight Against Apple

Samsung released a statement early Thursday that it will “demonstrate to the court that the Galaxy S III is innovative and distinctive” as Apple claims Samsung violated a pair of software patents. On Tuesday, Apple asked a US district court to temporarily ban sales of the Galaxy S III inside the US right as Samsung gears up to launch the smartphone… Read more

HTC One X On AT&T Receiving OTA Update, Brings Important Fixes

I’ve had the HTC One X since last Friday, and one of the biggest issues with the device has been data connectivity issues. These have happening across both WiFi and HSPA+, being something very annoying for someone who is constantly streaming music. HTC has realized the issue and is acting in a very rapid manner, as I have received the notification for a new… Read more

Sprint May Be Dumping Unlimited Data, At Least For Mobile Hotspot

The day has finally come: Sprint, the only carrier in the US to over truly unlimited data, may be dumping that for at least one of its plan. A new email circling around claims that Sprint will be capping its mobile hotspot plan to only 5GB a month. Past that 5GB, Sprint will begin charging per megabyte for data. That’s a hard knot to swallow for users who… Read more

Leaked Pictures of the LG LS730 Emerge

  For those of you that prefer to stick with the mid-ranged phones, you may be excited to know that BriefMobile has leaked pictures of the LG LS730. (Snapshot) Along with pictures, theyve also provided us with specifications of the device. The LS730 is expected to hit Sprint this year. According to their source, the LG LS730 will feature a WVGA… Read more

Apple Requesting Ban of the Galaxy S III Over S Voice

Its that time of day where Apple decides to sue some more of its competition, and today theyve picked Samsung. According to Apple, Samsung is infringing on a unified search patent that they use in Siri. Along with their Siri complaints, Apple also took to the courts and is filing lawsuits because of a second patent infringement. They state that Samsung is… Read more

HP TouchPad Was Made To Run Android Initially

A former webOS developer relations guy, Josh Marinacci, wrote a lengthy post about his time at Palm, and it’s quite interesting. One detail he wrote about is that the TouchPad was designed to run Android. Looking back, most of its hardware was Android-compatible, and the TouchPads that shipped with Android accidentally proved they had it working. he… Read more