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A Swedish Company Claims It Owns A Swipe Patent That Is Used By Apple

techcrunch.com
Another front has opened in the multi-faceted story of patent battles: Neonode, an  optical touchscreen tech company based in Sweden, says that it has been granted a patent in the U.S. that covers the touch-and-glide gesture that it claims is used on devices like the iPhone and iPad. The patent...
A Swedish Company Claims It Owns A Swipe Patent That Is Used By Apple
Google's new touchscreen Chromebook Pixel: a $1299 laptop for cloud dwellers
Intel unveils a fast dual-core Atom processor for smartphones and tablets

Preparing for the iPhone Next: Rumors Analyzed

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While we typically don't comment on rumors we don't know to be true at AnandTech, we often get requests to help set rational expectations ahead of major iDevice launches. The shroud of secrecy around major Apple launches can pave the way for both sensible and unrealistic conclusions. Given the...
Preparing for the iPhone Next: Rumors Analyzed
Facebook aims to knock Cisco down a peg with open network hardware

Microsoft’s adds Pegatron to patent-licensing portfolio

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Microsoft just revealed it signed a patent agreement with Pegatron that covers the Windows maker’s patent portfolio for a variety of Android and Chrome-based consumer electronics. The Redmond, Wash-headquartered Corporation now has coverage for eReaders, smartphones, and tablets running Google’s operating system. Both parties admitted Microsoft would receive royalties...
Microsoft’s adds Pegatron to patent-licensing portfolio
Facebook’s Mystery Hardware Maker Lands on U.S. Shores

Pegatron Crop. Signs Patent Agreement With Microsoft Over Android, Chrome OS Devices

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Microsoft snagged another one. Pegatron is the latest company to sign a patent agreement with Microsoft concerning Android and Chrome devices. The exact terms of this agreement was not disclosed, but according to a press release issued this morning, Microsoft will receive royalties from Pegatron under this agreement. Microsoft’s aggressive...
Pegatron Crop. Signs Patent Agreement With Microsoft Over Android, Chrome OS Devices
Servers: Intel Confirms Freefall of Server Giants HP, Dell, and IBM

Canonical founder says a 'very large' silicon supplier is already backing Ubuntu on mobile

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Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth revealed today that a “very large supplier of silicon to the mobile industry” has committed to Ubuntu on mobile and agreed to optimize the Linux-based operating system for their products. It follows the reveal of the company’s new tablet-ready Ubuntu interface, which is optimized for touch...
Canonical founder says a 'very large' silicon supplier is already backing Ubuntu on mobile
Cloud: CloudFlare Lights Up Without Big-Name Server-Sellers

HP Sets New Labor Guidelines in China

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Seeking to take a lead on ongoing issues around labor standards in the electronics industry in China, Hewlett-Packard today issued some new standards and guidelines for companies in that country that handle its manufacturing. The big change addresses student labor. It has long been a common practice among the third-party...
HP Sets New Labor Guidelines in China

QuantumFilm Could Change the Way Your Camera Phone Takes Pictures

mashable.com
Earlier this morning at DEMO, I was wowed by a presentation from a company called InVisage. InVisage is developing a product they call QuantumFilm which has the ability to make significant changes to the the digital camera space, most notably when dealing with small CMOS sensors on small form...
QuantumFilm Could Change the Way Your Camera Phone Takes Pictures

The Cloud Ate My Server Vendor

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Remember when "Other" was just a rounding error in market share reports? Now in the server market, it just might be the main event, as Facebook's Open Compute project, cloud computing, and other trends drive buyers to no-name server vendors instead of IBM, HP, and Dell. Time to short the...
The Cloud Ate My Server Vendor

Pegatron agrees to pay royalties to Microsoft for its Android devices

thenextweb.com
In another case of IP trolling gone wild, it appears that Microsoft and device maker Pegatron have signed an agreement that will keep Pegatron from getting sued into oblivion. All that was required was that Pegatron pay the piper for every device that it makes. From the release: “We are...
Pegatron agrees to pay royalties to Microsoft for its Android devices
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