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Samsung to reinstate the Galaxy S3's search function

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After the universal search function vanished with a software update in the Galaxy S3, the device manufacturer now says it was "inadvertent" and a fix is on the way. [Read more]...
Samsung to reinstate the Galaxy S3's search function

The affordable African smartphone battle begins: Samsung’s Galaxy Pocket vs Huawei’s Ideos X1

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Most mobile analysts in Africa have come to the consensus that the future of Internet access on the continent lies in mobile. Over the next decade, mobile devices will serve as the vehicle for delivering Internet access to millions of Africans. For this to happen, the devices will have to...
The affordable African smartphone battle begins: Samsung’s Galaxy Pocket vs Huawei’s Ideos X1
ComScore: Ahead of iPhone refresh, Apple outgrew Android and the iPhone took market share from Samsung, Motorola and LG
Of course Amazon is building a phone — but when will it get into the prepaid carrier biz?

Sennheiser adds digital, analog heaphone amps to catalog

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Audio device manufacturer Sennheiser has shown off two headphone amplifiers at IFA 2012. The digital HDVD 800 and the newly announced analog HDVA 600 both up the power heading to high-end headphones, with a significant price tag to match. The company claims that the fully symmetrical layout for analog audio...
Sennheiser adds digital, analog heaphone amps to catalog

Apple vs Samsung Patent Trial Amps Up Courtroom Drama

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Lawsuits between multi-billion dollar corporations are dramatic affairs. When the world's top smartphone manufacturers duke it out in court, it's an outright soap opera. Savor the melodrama as Apple and Samsung wrap up the first week of their latest battle over patents.  Opening arguments between Apple and Samsung started on...
Apple vs Samsung Patent Trial Amps Up Courtroom Drama

Apple ordered not to pursue patent suit against Kodak, can’t pick any new fights either

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Apple has been informed by U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Allan Gropper that it cannot continue to pursue litigation with Eastman Kodak, reports Reuters. This marks a success for Kodak, who has been looking to block a decision about its patents from being made by court outside the bankruptcy proceedings. At the time,...
Apple ordered not to pursue patent suit against Kodak, can’t pick any new fights either

BlackBerry 10 delayed as RIM reports $518 million loss

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Research In Motion posted a half-billion dollar loss last quarter, and the company will be pushing back the release of its newest BlackBerry handsets to the first quarter of next year. The company released its financial statement for the quarter ended June 2 today, showing the recent operating loss and...
BlackBerry 10 delayed as RIM reports $518 million loss

MWC 2012: The best in show from Barcelona

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The 2012 Mobile World Congress is in the books now, making it the perfect time to look at the devices that made a splash this year. The show chooses its own winners every year, honoring technology standouts for the year. Among this year’s big winners was Samsung, which was named...
MWC 2012: The best in show from Barcelona

First Ubuntu smartphones get one step closer with backing of Carrier Advisory Group

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The arrival of the first Ubuntu OS-based smartphone took one step closer today with the formation of the Ubuntu Carrier Advisory Group – a collection of operators around the world that want a say in the ongoing development of the Ubuntu smartphone OS. Canonical, the company behind the open source...
First Ubuntu smartphones get one step closer with backing of Carrier Advisory Group
Microsoft to Motorola: Pay us and we'll leave you alone
Apple claims it approached Samsung four times in 2010 to head off patent litigation

Mike Daisey: ‘I would like to apologize’

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Mike Daisey Ten days after being put in an unflattering spotlight after public radio’s This American Life retracted its story about him, playwright Mike Daisey has posted a public apology on his blog. Daisey, whose one-man show “The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs” both raised awareness of issues...
Mike Daisey: ‘I would like to apologize’
Apple Patents iPhone Drop Protection Mechanisms That Are Built Right Into The Device
With Miiverse Apps, Nintendo Will Finally Venture Onto Smartphones
Google appoints Punit Soni as new VP of product at Motorola Mobility

Google Reveals Nexus Tablet, a Kindle Fire Competitor

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Google unveiled the first tablet that it can call its own. Here's the kicker: It's made by Asus, the Taiwanese hardware maker, not Motorola Mobility, the mobile device manufacturer that Google recently acquired....
Google Reveals Nexus Tablet, a Kindle Fire Competitor
ComScore: As 'dumbphones' fade away, Apple is now the #2 phone manufacturer in the U.S.
In a commitment to the mobile web, Facebook open-sources Ringmark

Device manufacturer Celestica ceases RIM production

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Toronto phone manufacturer Celestica announced Monday that it is ceasing production of BlackBerry-based devices by embattled producer Research in Motion. Celestica is tapering off production over the next three to six months, and will continue to work in the short term assessing RIM's future supply chain strategies.......
Device manufacturer Celestica ceases RIM production
At IDF, Intel envisions the mobile future -- but it's not creating it
Samsung’s Galaxy S II named best smartphone in the world, and Samsung is just getting started

RIM May Look for Hardware Help With BB10

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When Research In Motion last reported earnings, CEO Thorsten Heins said the company was continuing to evaluate whether to license its forthcoming BlackBerry 10 operating system. Evidently that remains the case, but judging from Heins’s latest comments today, the company is considering it far more seriously now. “We don’t have...
RIM May Look for Hardware Help With BB10
Apple device manufacturer Foxconn increases wages for workers

28 pieces of computing advice that stand the test of time

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Technology never stops moving foward. Hardware gets faster, and operating systems gain new features and (we hope) finesse. This is natural computing law. But just because computers are one big exercise in evolutionary progress, that doesn't mean certain computing maxims ever go out of style. Take, for example, the...
28 pieces of computing advice that stand the test of time
Agawi's cloud-gaming service headed to Android-powered smart TVs
Samsung planning mobile ad platform to rival Google and Apple
E-book upstart Txtr signs majors for U.S. push

iPhone 5 will put Samsung's Galaxy S III to shame, says Foxconn CEO

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Chief Executive Officer Terry Gou of Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., otherwise known as Apple device manufacturer Foxconn, told customers on Monday to disregard Samsung's recently-released Galaxy S III smartphone and wait for the upcoming iPhone 5 instead....
iPhone 5 will put Samsung's Galaxy S III to shame, says Foxconn CEO
Why the iOS-Android feud is so intense: It's about core philosophy more than products
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