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Samsung expands patent row with Apple in Germany

12/18/2011, Samsung Electronics continued the patent dispute against Apple in Germany, filing new claims in the process. The South Korean consumer electronics behemoth has added a quartet of patents to its current infringement case that is related to the...

Street Fighter IV HD heads for Android platform

12/16/2011, Capcom has plans to deliver a bunch of their popular franchises over to the Android operating system for quite some time already, so it is nice to see some of those plans being turned into reality – starting with Street Fighter IV HD, thanks to LG...

iPhone bug receives iMessages, never mind the remote wipe

12/16/2011, It seems that there is a bug in the iPhone that allows stolen handsets to be on the receiving end of iMessages even after running the remote wipe function. Reports of this happening are scattered here and there, although it does not seem to be widespread....

Adobe Flash 11 for Android 4.0 updated

12/16/2011, Adobe might have killed off the mobile Flash platform, but at least they are a company of their word – they have, after all, promised to update their Flash for Android client in order to support Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and have kept to their...

Latest iOS update makes Siri hacks easier and legal, hacker claims

12/16/2011, iOS users will find that a new update awaits them today which is essentially iOS 5.0.1 (Build 9A406). This is replace the current version of iOS 5.0.1 but does not appear to sport any major changes with one exception – decrypted ramdisks. For those...

iPhone Apple logo glow mod available for $42.90

12/16/2011, MacBook Pro/Air owners can probably appreciate how the Apple logo on the lid of their laptops glows when the device is on. It’s a minor feature but attention to detail and minor aesthetics really makes a difference, and if you wish that your iPhone...

RIM tells Blackberry owners how to remove Carrier IQ’s software

12/16/2011, The whole situation with Carrier IQ has gotten carriers and handset manufacturers denying the software’s existence left and right. RIM has also been denying that they install Carrier IQ’s software on their phones but admitted that carriers could have...

Pleiades design unveils Trumstand dock for the iPhone

12/16/2011, iPhone speaker docks have come in all shapes and sizes, but if you were shopping for a speaker dock that could pass off as something ornamental, Japan based Pleiades designs have come up with what they’re calling the Trumstand, which supposedly is the...

Google Wallet successfully flashed onto the Galaxy Nexus

12/16/2011, Due to Verizon’s partnership with ISIS (together with AT&T and T-Mobile), we have to admit that we can’t say we were surprised to find out that Google Wallet would not be making its way onto the Galaxy Nexus. Verizon claims it’s because of...

RIM delays Blackberry 10 devices until “latter part” of 2012

12/16/2011, RIM seems to be betting the bank on their new Blackberry 10 platform and its accompanying selection of Blackberry 10 smartphones and tablets as a way of regaining some of their former glory. However it looks like it will only be the later part of 2012...

Pantech P9070 stops by the FCC with AT&T 4G LTE radios on board

12/16/2011, Pantech has been slowly establishing themselves in the US market, what with the Pantech Breakout on Verizon along with the mysterious P4100 tablet that made its way to the FCC earlier this week, and not forgetting the somewhat oddly shaped P9060 Android...

Android Team launches Android Training classes for developers

12/16/2011, Perhaps in an effort to attract more developers onto the Android platform, the Android Team has decided to launch a program called “Android Training”. Basically what this entails is a series of classes that is being aimed at Android (would-be)...

Dungeon Hunter 3: Official trailer released

12/16/2011, Fans of the Diablo franchise, or fans of the hack-and-slash genre of gaming will be thrilled to find out that Gameloft’s Dungeon Hunter 3 is progressing along rather nicely. The developer has decided to release the official trailer for the game, and...