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Samsung Galaxy Devices Banned In Netherlands

11/28/2012, Apple is winning big in Netherlands. According to IDG News Service, the Dutch court has ordered the sales ban of a few Samsung Galaxy devices, because they are infringing a patent owned by Apple that can scroll through a photo gallery using a touchscreen....

Nokia attempting to block Blackberry phones in the US

11/28/2012, While Google and Apple battle it out for the number one spot for the largest smartphone platform market share, we’re sure that their competition such as Windows Phone and Blackberry (and the upcoming Blackberry 10) wouldn’t mind a larger slice of the...

Apple Ordered To Disclose HTC Settlement Details To Samsung

11/26/2012, Following the reports that Samsung is investigating the controversial 10-year licensing agreement between Apple and HTC, U.S. Magistrate Judge Paul Grewal is now ordering Apple to disclose the financial terms of the licensing agreement, asking the company...

Samsung Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2 targeted by Apple lawsuit

11/25/2012, In a move that won’t surprise many observers, Apple has updated its ongoing infringement lawsuits with Samsung to add six products: the Galaxy S3 (Android 4.1+), Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, Galaxy Tab 8.9, Rugby Pro and Galaxy S3 mini....

HTC denies they are paying Apple $6-$8 per Android phone

11/20/2012, Back when Apple and HTC reached their settlement agreement, naturally the details of their agreement was kept confidential although we’re sure many were curious as to how much HTC could be paying Apple. Rumors surfaced that suggested that HTC could be...

Samsung Probes Apple-HTC Settlement

11/16/2012, Samsung has been eavesdropping after all. Last week, Apple and HTC shocked the entire tech industry when both signed a 10-year licensing agreement for “current and future patents.” Although the details of the deal were not disclosed, a...

iPhone 5 Added To List Of Patent Infringing Devices

11/15/2012, The legal battle between Samsung and Apple continues, as it seems that the list of infringing devices has been lengthened yet again with the inclusion of the iPhone 5, Samsung Galaxy Note and Samsung Galaxy S3. U.S. Magistrate Judge Paul Grewal in San...

Surface tablet owner sues Microsoft for lack of storage

11/14/2012, Andrew Sokolowski should have read our review first before getting a 32GB Surface tablet. Sokolowski, a lawyer in Los Angeles, is now suing Microsoft because the Surface tablet that he bought didn’t have all the storage space that it advertised....

Uber Sued by San Francisco Taxis For “Unfair Competition”

11/14/2012, The Taxi industry is often seen as an old and low-tech industry, but here in Silicon Valley, they are learning from their high-tech peers: San Francisco taxi drivers are suing transportation company Uber (no link w/ Ubergizmo other than good naming...