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Apple Granted Preliminary Injunction Against Galaxy Nexus

This just isn’t Samsung’s week, as a new preliminary injunction against the Galaxy Nexus follows on the heels of Apple winning a similar injunction against the Galaxy Tab 10.1. Samsung will undoubtedly work fast to file an appeal against the granted injunction, which focuses on Android 4.0′s slide-to-unlock feature. Unlike the Galaxy Tab 10.1 however, the Galaxy Nexus is still a wildly popular … [read full article]

Samsung Says Announcements For Jelly Bean Updates Coming “Soon”

Following on HTC’s own comments yesterday surrounding future Jelly Bean updates, Samsung has released their own short statement to the folks at PocketNow: Samsung will soon announce which additional devices are eligible for the Jelly Bean update. As the world’s largest smartphone manufacturer, Samsung leads the Android community with best-in-class devices like the Galaxy S III, and is creating new device categories with products like the Galaxy Note. Samsung has delivered the … [read full article]

Adobe Bids Adieu To Flash Player On Android, No Support For Jelly Bean

With month having passed since Adobe confirmed they would ending support for Flash Player on mobile devices, comes the official word that Adobe will not support Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Adobe has said that Android 4.1 won’t get support or certified for Flash, though they aren’t going as far as to say it won’t run altogether. Adding insult to Flash injury, Adobe will stop allowing installations of Flash from Google Play … [read full article]

T-Mobile Formally Launches Handset Protection For Monthly4G Plans

Did you know that two in five Americans have had their smartphones lost, stolen or damaged? Neither did I, but thanks to T-Mobile’s most recent press release I do now as they announce Monthly4G Handset Protection. Fun fact: 59% of Americans say they will reach into a toilet bowl to pick up a dropped smartphone? I know I’m a part of that, I’ve done it before and I’d do it again. It’s … [read full article]

T-Mobile Takes A Shot At Verizon’s Share Everything Plans

While T-Mobile and Verizon are cutting deals over spectrum, T-Mobile’s still taking shots at their competition. Verizon’s new Share Everything plans launch this week and they’re a big shift away from the traditional style of pay-per-line rate plans we’ve seen in the industry thus far. Verizon’s new plans have no doubt created a lot of discussion across the web, the majority of … [read full article]

Google Now Official Landing Page Now Online For Your Perusal

In my eyes, one of, if not the single best feature announced by Google yesterday during the day one I/O keynote was the introduction of Google Now. Google’s new card-based system will personalize your life, learn your habits, searches, today’s weather needs, anticipate your traffic concerns, guess your local transit direction needs and so much more. Google’s official landing page for their Now service is —- now live and you can head on … [read full article]

T-Mobile Galaxy Note Training Document Talks Processor, Software

Like the rest of you, we’ve been eager to discover more on T-Mobile’s incoming Galaxy Note, notably the type of processor, software, and HSPA+ speeds. Thanks to a leaked training sheet, we’ve got some answers and can say that T-Mobile’s Galaxy Note will sport a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1080p HD video recording, 8 megapixel rear-facing camera, 2 megapixel front-facing camera and T-Mobile’s 4G HSPA+ network. … [read full article]