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Tuesday, 12 Jul 2011
Judges in the United States and Canada approved the $4.5 billion sale of Nortel's patents to a consortium that includes Apple, Microsoft, and Research in Motion.
Apple may change their parts and components supplier, Samsung, due to the increasing tension between the two technology giants.
HDMI Org has confirmed that the Mini DisplayPort to HDMI cables are deemed unlicensed and thus should not be sold.
The number of ebook readers available on the market goes up by one as Google introduces the iriver Story HD. The device is going to be available to the masses from 17th July 2011 and promises to offer seamless synchronicity with the Google eBooks platform.
A market research study reveals startling findings that the Apple iPad, not an Android tablet, is the preferred choice among Android smartphone users.
Monday, 11 Jul 2011
Apple will have to shell out US$8 million after a Federal jury in Texas ruled that it was guilty of infringing patents with its application of playlist navigation for the iPod.
Google has blocked a few million co.cc sites after they were found to contain malware or were just rubbish.
Facebook has come up with an innovative idea of dispensing computer accessories for its staff, helping the company reduce replacement costs by 35%.
Have you always wanted to use your pro-grade Canon or Nikon lenses on your beloved iPhone? There's now a mount that allows that.
HTC Desire owners will rejoice at this news update - the Taiwanese company is projecting a Gingerbread roll-out for its first Desire device by the end of July.