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Apple to Samsung: Sorry We Called Your iPad Copy a Copy

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Leave it to Apple to transform a court-ordered apology into a rival-skewering piece of advertising. This morning, the company complied with a U.K. court mandate that it publicly recant allegations that Samsung copied the design of the iPad for its own Galaxy tablet. But it did so with a statement...
Apple to Samsung: Sorry We Called Your iPad Copy a Copy
Apple complies with UK court order, adds Apple's iPad 'design is cool' (and also Samsung didn't copy)
Apple Publishes Petulant Non-Apology Apology To Samsung

This Week In Bots: The New Pet-Proto Video Will Creep You Out

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Bot Vid: Pet-Proto, meet C3PO We've written about Boston Dynamics so many times here in TWiB because the company is at one of the leading edges in robot design, and has some incredible machines. It's this prowess which has enabled BD to tackle DARPA's Robotic Challenges head-on. And now we...
This Week In Bots: The New Pet-Proto Video Will Creep You Out
Apple posts court-ordered 'Samsung didn't copy iPad' note (in confusing legalese)

Apple's Low-Cost iPhone Design Said to Be Mix of iPhone 5 and iPod Touch with iPod Classic Curves

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iLounge follows up its reports from last week about Apple's future iOS device plans with a new report sharing details on Apple's rumored lower-cost iPhone. According to the report, the new device will indeed be constructed primarily of plastic and offers design similarities to the iPhone 5, iPod touch, and...
Apple's Low-Cost iPhone Design Said to Be Mix of iPhone 5 and iPod Touch with iPod Classic Curves

Apple's Ive will reportedly put his own stamp on iOS with more "clean edges, flat surfaces"

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So now that Apple (AAPL) has put Jonathan Ive in charge of designing and implementing OS X and iOS, what sorts of changes can we expect? While nothing is definite yet, a designer who knows Ive has told the New York Times that he will waste no time overhauling the...
Apple's Ive will reportedly put his own stamp on iOS with more "clean edges, flat surfaces"

Microsoft shows Surface prototypes, teases the tablets that might have been

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We already know a lot about the Surface tablet line's birthing process. However, Microsoft has only really been comfortable with showing the finished product -- until today. The company's Panos Panay just gave The Verge a peek at some of the earliest prototypes and design decisions, some of which...
Microsoft shows Surface prototypes, teases the tablets that might have been
After U.K. Court's Handslap, Apple Gets Less Cheeky In Samsung "Apology"

Google's Nexus 4 gets a design tweak for scratch-prone back

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If you’re a proud Nexus 4 owner, you may have noticed that the smooth, glittery back of the phone makes it a bit slippery in the hand and scratch-prone on flat surfaces. Worse, when the phone is lying flat, the single rear-facing speaker is completely blocked. But don't fret....
Google's Nexus 4 gets a design tweak for scratch-prone back

Microsoft Says These Are 12 Biggest Things That Happened To It This year

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Microsoft put out a a video describing the 12 events that shaped the company's year - from Windows 8 to Halo 4. Here, we go over those 12 events, and reveal what the rest of the world has to say about them.Microsoft released Kinect for Windows in February, wowing tech journalists Microsoft...
Microsoft Says These Are 12 Biggest Things That Happened To It This year

Samsung Galaxy Beam with built-in projector now up for grabs: £395 sim-free in the UK

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If you've been eyeing flat surfaces with bad intent since the new Samsung Galaxy Beam projector smartphone was announced, it's now ready for your schemes -- at least in the UK. Expansys is showing the light-shooting device in stock, replete with its 4-inch WVGA screen, 1GHz dual-core Cortex A9,...
Samsung Galaxy Beam with built-in projector now up for grabs: £395 sim-free in the UK

Apple on UK website: Samsung didn't copy the iPad...because "they are not as cool" as us

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This really is quite something. Apple has issued an ‘apology’ to Samsung, after a UK court ruled in favour of Samsung in Apple’s appeal for its intellectual property case against the Galaxy Tab, and boy is it interesting reading. Following the court’s order that it make its apology visible both...
Apple on UK website: Samsung didn't copy the iPad...because "they are not as cool" as us

Samsung Galaxy Beam smartphone with integrated projector announced at MWC

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Accompanying the lackluster Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1) tablet announced on Sunday, Samsung took the wraps off its new Galaxy Beam Android-powered smartphone. The handset features specs that are anything but impressive in 2012, but the toned-down technology packed within the device clears room for an integrated ultra-bright projector. “GALAXY...
Samsung Galaxy Beam smartphone with integrated projector announced at MWC

Jony Ive expected to replace iOS, OS X textures with clean edges & flat surfaces

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Software designed to look like real-life textures, such as linen or felt, is expected to become a thing of the past at Apple now that designer Jony Ive has taken over the user interfaces of iOS and OS X....
Jony Ive expected to replace iOS, OS X textures with clean edges & flat surfaces
Engineers Can Use This New Model To Build Robots That Run Super Fast On Legs

10 indie games you MUST play this month

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It's been an amazing few weeks for independent games, and in this short lull before the madness of the Christmas release schedule, now is the time to discover themIt's no real secret that much of the most exciting and innovative game design work is being done in the indie sector...
10 indie games you MUST play this month

A PC and Tablet 'Brick' for the Price of One

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[ See post to watch video ] Just because two things work well on their own doesn’t mean they’ll be great together. Think spaghetti and ice cream or Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez. In the tech world, companies regularly try to combine two or more products into one device. Sometimes...
A PC and Tablet 'Brick' for the Price of One
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