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(Updated) US Judge Denies Samsung’s Appeal To Continue Selling Galaxy Nexus Pending Appeal

Updated: According to AllThingsD, Samsung and Google are working to “imminently” push out a software fix that works around the “Universal Search” patent that is the main violation behind the injunction.  Not quite the way we wanted to kick off the Fourth of July as U.S District Judge Lucy Koh denied Samsung’s request to stay the injunction on the Galaxy … [read full article]

TmoNews Reviews The Samsung Galaxy S III

With full disclosure in mind, I’ve had the Galaxy S III in my possession since June 20th, a day before it “launched” on T-Mobile’s network. After some traveling and busy work thanks to keeping tabs on all the Google I/O news, I’m finally reading to put thoughts to paper and bring a comprehensive review of Samsung’s flagship handset. There was plenty of excitement leading up to the Galaxy S III launch, thanks in … [read full article]

Ice Cream Sandwich Growth Is On The Rise As It Hits Double Digit Adoption

Google has released the last numbers for their platform version overview on their Android Developers blog and good news — Ice Cream Sandwich adoption has hit double digits. First things first, you’ll notice Jelly Bean isn’t listed and that’s because it’s not on any consumer devices as of yet. Moving on, our takeaway is that most Android versions are leveling off … [read full article]

(Updated x2) T-Mobile Suffering Data Outage Says Early Reports?

Update: T-Mobile has confirmed the outage via Twitter Update 2: T-Mobile now says full data services are restored. We’re receiving early word on Twitter that T-Mobile may be suffering a data outage in some areas across the country. As it stands, we can’t pinpoint an exact location as reports are popping up in random spots across the US with T-Mobile users suffering data connection issues. Others, like … [read full article]

There Are 11 Patents Causing Friction Between Apple, Google And Their Partners

With all the talk of Android and Apple lawsuits lately, we’re forgetting that Microsoft has played a part in this mess as well, forcing at least some Android partners into licensing agreements due to patent infringements. Still, we wanted to know more about the patents currently causing all of this friction and thanks to Intellectual Property expert and Foss Patent guru Florian Mueller, who put together a list of the 11 patents, both … [read full article]

Angry T-Mobile UK Customer Destroys Store Before Police Arrest Him

We know that wireless carriers have policies and rules that make us upset, even when we are 110% sure we aren’t at fault, wireless carriers remain stubborn and refuse to help out. Still, none of that is grounds for destroying a retail store and yet that’s exactly what this UK person does for an unknown reason. I’m betting he got a look at his first bill and lost it. However, if this was … [read full article]

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]