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Samsung, LG Display Feud Winding Down As LG Drops Sales Ban Request Against Galaxy Note 10.1

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The War of the Korean Tech Giants: Battle Display is approaching a detente. LG Display has dropped its request for a domestic sales ban on rival Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10.1, reports Yonhap News Agency. The world’s two top display makers (Samsung is in the number one spot) have been warring...
Samsung, LG Display Feud Winding Down As LG Drops Sales Ban Request Against Galaxy Note 10.1
Delaware court orders HTC and Apple to discuss lawsuit settlement on August 28th

Boot up: Android piracy explanations, Windows Phone satisfaction, Samsung v Apple and more

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Plus China's mobile broadband outnumber fixed, Windows 8 seen by Gartner, BB10 getting its own Siri?, calculating Marissa Mayer's pay and moreA burst of 10 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamCustomer satisfaction with Windows smart phones rise by 18% >> Amplified Analytics BlogAndroid shows...
Boot up: Android piracy explanations, Windows Phone satisfaction, Samsung v Apple and more

Google Announces Rebuilt AdMob Developer Tools With Smarter App Promotion, Local Currency Support

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Mobile app developers using Google’s AdMob ad network will start seeing a new version that has been rebuilt “in a ground up sort of way,” according to Jonathan Alferness, director of product management for mobile ads. The update, which starts rolling out today, also brings AdMob more in line with...
Google Announces Rebuilt AdMob Developer Tools With Smarter App Promotion, Local Currency Support

Nexage hits 100 billion ad requests as mobile advertising heats up

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As the world increasingly goes mobile, it’s prompting a boom in mobile advertising, which is heating up and is poised for a huge year in 2012. The winners include companies such as Nexage, a real-time bidding exchange provider which told me that it hit 100 billion ads requested today through...
Nexage hits 100 billion ad requests as mobile advertising heats up

The digital world has invigorated publishing, not doomed it

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Authors need our resources, our expertise and our marketing experience now more than everYour feature article conveyed an inaccurate picture of the publishing industry experiencing a crisis of "digital storm clouds gathering overhead", and which is about to be "swamped by self-publishing...an idea whose time has come" ('No one's said...
The digital world has invigorated publishing, not doomed it

Opera launches Opera Mediaworks to unite its ad businesses, form world's largest mobile ad platform

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Opera has united its mobile advertising businesses under one roof after it launched Opera Mediaworks as a fully-owned subsidiary, which it says is the world’s largest mobile ad platform. The business amalgamates a number of the publishing and advertising services that Opera has bought in recent times, in addition to a new...
Opera launches Opera Mediaworks to unite its ad businesses, form world's largest mobile ad platform
Samsung and Apple CEOs reportedly meeting today for final patent trial talk

Unwired Planet sets sail on patent offensive

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The company, which was previously known as Openwave Systems, has completed the sale of its Mediation and Messaging business and will now license and defend patents for a living. [Read more]...
Unwired Planet sets sail on patent offensive

What’s In A Name? Australia Wants Apple To ‘Change The Name’ Of The iPad Over 4G Incompatibility

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Looks like we may see another development today in Apple’s ongoing iPad/4G controversy in Australia. The country’s Competition and Consumer Commission is meeting with Apple in court again today to try to get Apple to officially change the name of the device when it is sold in Australia. Although many people...
What’s In A Name? Australia Wants Apple To ‘Change The Name’ Of The iPad Over 4G Incompatibility

Google's AdMob Drops iOS SDK Support for UDIDs as Apple's May 1 Deadline Nears

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Google has released an updated version of its AdMob SDK for iOS (version 6.4.0) that retires access to Unique Device Identifiers (UDID), weeks before Apple’s official deadline for deprecating the system. UDIDs offered an easy way for app developers to keep track of unique users, but they became a security...
Google's AdMob Drops iOS SDK Support for UDIDs as Apple's May 1 Deadline Nears
Patent trial judge begs Apple to put down the pipe, wrap up its case

Unwired Planet Has Bought 2,400+ Wireless Patents From Ericsson To Beef Up Its Patent Fights Against Google, Apple And RIM

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The patent rat-race continues apace. Today Unwired Planet announced that it has purchased a portfolio of over 2,400 patents from the troubled Swedish mobile vendor Ericsson. The deal includes IP related to 2G, 3G and LTE technologies, and will give Unwired Planet a little more ammunition in its various legal...
Unwired Planet Has Bought 2,400+ Wireless Patents From Ericsson To Beef Up Its Patent Fights Against Google, Apple And RIM
Apple escapes iPad trademark suit with $60 million settlement

Apple Settles Chinese 'iPad' Trademark Dispute with Proview for $60 Million

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Associated Press reports that Apple and Chinese company Proview Technology have reached a settlement deal that involves Apple paying $60 million for the rights to the "iPad" trademark in China."The iPad dispute resolution is ended," the Guangdong High People's Court said in a statement. "Apple Inc. has transferred $60 million...
Apple Settles Chinese 'iPad' Trademark Dispute with Proview for $60 Million

Apple’s Chinese iPad trademark saga could soon be over, as court and Proview both push for settlement

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Apple and Taiwanese firm Proview look set to settle their ongoing legal case around the ownership of the ‘iPad’ trademark, after a Chinese court revealed that it is pushing the two companies to reach an agreement. “On the one hand, we are trying to process this case, and on the...
Apple’s Chinese iPad trademark saga could soon be over, as court and Proview both push for settlement

Chinese iPad trademark costs Apple $60m

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Apple has ended its long-running trademark trouble in China by agreeing to pay $60 million to use the iPad brand name in the country. The Cupertino company had argued that it bought the rights to use the iPad name from Shenzhen-based Proview Technology for $55,000 three years ago — but...
Chinese iPad trademark costs Apple $60m

When your friends poke you on Facebook, this machine will poke you in real life

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I’m sure I’m not alone, but I’ve never really understood the Facebook poke. The attempt to get someone’s attention by virtually jabbing your finger in their side or arm, or wherever else you might picture the poke landing, just doesn’t make sense. Despite that, through all of the changes that...
When your friends poke you on Facebook, this machine will poke you in real life

Nokia launches Inneractive-powered NAX mobile ad exchange

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Nokia and mobile app monetization exchange Inneractive have joined forces to launch a  new mobile monetization platform called the Nokia Ad Exchange, or NAX for short. Announced today at the Microsoft Build developer conference, NAX is essentially a white-labeled version of Inneractive’s platform, launched under the company’s private exchange line...
Nokia launches Inneractive-powered NAX mobile ad exchange

Apple and Samsung Chiefs to Kick Off Settlement Talks Monday

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Samsung Vice Chairman Gee-Sung Choi and Apple CEO Tim Cook will meet in San Francisco tomorrow to discuss a possible settlement to their intellectual property dispute, Reuters confirmed today. As reported last month, the two companies agreed to go to mediation, but it is difficult to believe that two days of talks will result in...
Apple and Samsung Chiefs to Kick Off Settlement Talks Monday
Judge in Samsung's Australian patent suit against Apple calls proceedings 'ridiculous' as trial begins
Apple and Samsung mediation date set for May 21st and 22nd
Apple pays Proview $60 million in iPad trademark case settlement
Australian judge is just as sick of Apple and Samsung's patent war as we are

Apple reportedly offers Proview $16M for Chinese iPad trademark

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Two days ago a judge in the US dismissed Proview’s suit against Apple in the US and it seems the dispute may be wrapping up soon as the companies have been discussing a settlement amount. A report by Sina (via the Beijing Times/TNW) says that Apple has offered $16M as a settlement for...
Apple reportedly offers Proview $16M for Chinese iPad trademark

Judge calls Samsung vs. Apple 3G suit 'ridiculous,' suggests mediation instead

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Annabelle Bennett is no stranger to Apple/Samsung litigation -- the Federal Court of Australia judge has had a hand in the companies' disputes for at least the past year. And it would appear that she's grown a bit impatient, following a Samsung move that she's labeled as "just ridiculous."...
Judge calls Samsung vs. Apple 3G suit 'ridiculous,' suggests mediation instead

Location, Location, Location: You Don't Need to Know Mine

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When I read Jon Mitchell's post on Glassmap, my first thought was, "Who in God's name would want anyone, even friends, knowing where they were all the time?" I wondered if this were a generational thing and to some degree, it probably is. But there's something more. My life is...
Location, Location, Location: You Don't Need to Know Mine
VirnetX patent loss forcing Apple to change its iOS VPN On Demand in forthcoming update
Flurry Signs 1,000 App Publishers To AppSpot Mobile Ad Targeting Platform In ~Three Weeks, Average eCPM Of $5.80 For First 500 Apps
Apple and Samsung CEOs agree to settlement talks over patent lawsuits
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