Usually when you hear about Samsung in the courtrooms, you probably associate it with another case with Apple where either company is suing each other. However this time around, it isn’t Apple whom Samsung is contesting against, but rather the US government. According to a report from the Washington Post, Samsung has been slapped with a fine by the US government over misleading practices.
So recently Samsung had sold a bunch of their own products to the US government, but apparently in the process of doing so, broke a bunch of laws. In order to sell their products to the government, Samsung had to meet certain requirements, such as only selling products that are made in the US or in countries in which the US has trade agreements with. Read full post →Samsung Hit With $2.3m Fine From The US Government
Earlier this year, Motorola took the wraps off a new handset in the form of the Moto E. It is expected that Motorola will also unveil the successor to the Moto X, but if the rumors are to be believed, Motorola will not be stopping there. According to a new report, word has it that Motorola is apparently developing as many as 8 devices that could see a release by the end of the year.
One of these devices is apparently the Nexus 6 which is rumored to be developed by Motorola. Other possible devices includes the Moto X successor, a possible successor to the Moto G, and also DROID handsets that will be headed towards Verizon as per Motorola’s long-standing partnership with the carrier. Read full post →Motorola Working On 8 New Devices For The End Of The Year