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Wednesday, 3 Aug 2011
Google Android maintains its lead as the top smartphone platform with a global market share of 48%. It has held the position since Q4 2010.
LG introduces the LW9800 series in Korea, featuring their latest NANO FULL LED technology which comprises of a thin film of miniscule dots positioned in front of a full-array of LED backlights.
Tuesday, 2 Aug 2011
Looks like Samsung won't be able to start distributing its popular Galaxy Tablets in Australia any time soon. A patent lawsuit between Apple and Samsung in Australia is making sure of that.
Social network game developer, Zynga, has just been hit with a patent lawsuit from Segan LLC, who alleges that the former has infringed on a patent titled "System for Viewing Content Over A Network and Method Thenrfor".
If you use JailbreakMe to jailbreak your iPhone, you have this 19-year old hacker to thank. Meet Comex, a.k.a. Nicholas Allegra, from Chappaqua, New York.
Adobe launches beta version of Adobe Edge to help HTML5 developers create content with the same ease of use as Flash-based tools.
Barely a week after stating its intentions to reach a deal, HTC filed a lawsuit against Apple in Britain on 29 July 2011.
Monday, 1 Aug 2011
Google introduced a cleaner and more intuitive Search interface just a few weeks ago, and it will be rolling out on iPad and Android 3.1 tablets in the coming days.
Chinese news outlet, Xinhuanet.com, reported that that Terry Gou, founder and chairman of Foxconn said that the company will replace workers with 1 million robots in three years.
Finding an apt new use for crowd sourcing and turning the phrase "by the people, for the people" into actuality, Iceland has accepted a rewritten draft of their constitution that has been drafted with the help of the online community.