We don’t know how Apple can target a Google OS in a Samsung trial, but here goes.
Another year, another flagship Nexus Android smartphone on the horizon.
While we’re still waiting on the jury’s response to the Apple v. Samsung case in San Jose, a South Korean court has issued its own verdict, which finds that both companies infringed on the other’s patents.
South Korea’s Samsung Sunday appealed Friday’s preliminary injunction against sales of the Android-based Galaxy Nexus. In papers filed with the United States District Court for the Northern District of California, Samsung lawyers argue that the judge had “legally insufficient evidence” that Apple would be irreparably harmed.
While Sprint was likely saving news of its first-ever 4G LTE phone until the Consumer Electronics Show next week, an online ad leaked the news a bit early.
You can bet if one major smartphone manufacturer develops a new feature, its competitors will follow suit. Apple has applied for a facial recognition patent, according to an application form published by the U.S. Patent Office. Looks like Apple is right on Google’s heels; in mid-December the Android 4.0 Galaxy Nexus was released, with the ability to unlock the phone by recognizing your face touted as a key feature.
Tired of just pining after Google’s latest flagship phone, the Galaxy Nexus? Now you’ll have a chance to get your paws on one.
Looking to make a splash in the US smartphone market, Sony Ericsson is gearing up to release a new superphone that will outmatch Google’s flagship Galaxy Nexus.
After months of speculation and unconfirmed advertisements, Verizon is finally releasing the Galaxy Nexus December 15 for $299 when you sign a two year contract.
Samsung has sold over 300 million phones for 2011, a first for the company’s history, the company said Sunday.
Samsung’s hyped Galaxy Nexus smartphone will launch in the U.S. in December on Verizon Wireless, according to a Business Insider report.
The highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy Nexus, the first phone running Android Ice Cream Sandwich, went on sale today in the U.K., but U.S. consumers are still out in the cold.
If BlackBerry fans weren’t already angry at Research in Motion (RIM) for the recent worldwide BlackBerry outage, they’re going to be peeved today. RIM has said it is delaying the release of a much-needed software update for the PlayBook tablet until February.
Nokia has bet the house on the Windows Phone 7 mobile operating system, and the first fruits of Nokia’s relationship with Microsoft were finally shown today with unveiling of the new Lumia 800 and 710 smartphones.
Verizon Wireless plans to offer the powerful Samsung Galaxy Nexus running the next generation of Android software “this year,” the company said late Friday.
Motorola must have felt a little left out yesterday when it launched its slick-looking Droid Razr smartphone because Samsung launched an even bigger phone with the newest version of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich, later the same day. Not unexpectedly, Motorola said it has plans in place to update the Razr to Android 4.0 by early 2012.
JK Shin, Andy Rubin debuting the Galaxy Nexus
As if to purposefully make new iPhone 4S owners feel screen size envy, Samsung and Google today finally announced the long-awaited Galaxy Nexus, a mammoth 4.65-inch smartphone running Android 4.0.
A video of Google’s flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus (a.k.a. the Samsung Nexus Prime), has leaked online — showing off not only the device, but also a preview of how the latest version of the Android operating system, Ice Cream Sandwich.