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Federal Circuit Summary  Before Dyk, Bryson, and Taranto.  Appeal from the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas... Read More »
The “smartphone wars” have become a watchword when discussing US and global patent litigation issues. The conflict between Apple and Samsung began almost... Read More »
What's a good gadget with no apps?  In a world where people increasingly use their mobile phones for everything but making phone calls, this is ... Read More »
Researchers at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory evaluated 36 commonly used smartphone applications. Principle investigator Hal... Read More »
Nanyang Technological University researchers have developed a video system that integrates the functionality of your TV, smartphone, and tablet computer. Microsoft... Read More »
Disney Imagineers; just the name conjures images of the magical and whimsical world of Tomorrowland and Disney’s famous Epcot sphere. Tasked with bringing... Read More »
Soon, household users will be able to remotely control household appliances via their smartphone or PC. The Internet-enabled power outlet that supports the new IPv6... Read More »
The Google of China is called Baidu. Baidu is already the dominant search engine throughout China, catering to a projected 61% of the market share in regards to... Read More »
Undergraduate students at Johns Hopkins University have developed a cell phone-based screening device that’s intended to identify anemic pregnant women and... Read More »
Researchers for North Carolina State University and ImagineOptix Corporation have developed a new technique for polarizing light that promises smaller, more efficient ... Read More »
Limited space and battery power has traditionally forced large amounts of energy-intensive RAM to be left out of smartphones and tablet computers -- but no more. Tel... Read More »
What happens in Cupertino... Spending most of today's article on consumer tech simply can't be avoided: as expected, Apple's famed WWDC can't help ... Read More »
No news is Google news Owner and operator of everybody's favorite internet text field, Google, continues to make news as it branches farther away from its... Read More »
A decade later, BlackBerry has become Palm. After dominating the mobile market and revolutionizing the boundaries of what a personal device could offer, the company... Read More »
Last week a federal jury found that Google did not commit patent infringement on two Oracle patents in question. In a unanimous verdict, the 10-member jury dashed... Read More »
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Daniel PorterHoorah for open source! The last thing we need is an extensive software patent war on our hands as well, so with some luck this will start to nip it in the bud. I wonder if, as you suggest, this sort of decision will have any impact on the technological patent wars, with their pre-established rhetoric of fair use?
May 29, 2012
Done deal. After approval from the EU and US reviewers, was there much doubt that Google's acquisition of Motorola Mobility would run aground in China? Now that... Read More »
Although the actual release of CPU chips these days includes about as much surprise as the New York Yankees being in the playoff chase, Intel managed to surprise... Read More »
This week's high-tech headlines and trends ... New research could create cellphones that see through walls   Researchers at the University of... Read More »
You know about SIMs, right? Not the Will Wright virtual life kind, but the Subscriber Identity Modules that live in your smartphone. They maintain your basic data and ... Read More »
Researchers can’t force mobile users to behave in a certain way, but researchers at Northwestern University have found that they may be able to nudge them in... Read More »