Samsung has filed another law suit against Apple, this time in our own fair city of London Town, alleging that – yes, you guessed it – Apple has infringed its patents.
It’s beginning to feel a bit like Groundhog Day as far as Samsung v Apple is concerned.
Not only do the companies now have lawsuits going on in the UK, the US, and with the ITC, but also in Samsung’s home country of South Korea, Italy, Japan and Germany; who knows where will be next.
A long time ago in a court room far far away…
It all stems from a lawsuit filed by Apple claiming that Samsung has infringed [...]
Googlers made a lot of announcements at Google I/O 2011 day first including 100 million Android devices activation milestone, Honeycomb 3.1 for tablets and Google TV, Movies rental, Music beta by Google, Ice Cream Sandwich Android 3.0 unified OS, Android Market for Google TV and many other new services for Android platform.
Here is the Google I/O 2011 Keynote Day One video which is available now on YouTube and we have embedded it below, so check it out to know more details about the announcements of the event.
Google I/O 2011 Keynote Day One Video
Although right now Apple did not announced any official figure of iPhone 4 sale but according to Apple 2.0 report Oppenheimer’s Yair Reiner analyst said that Apple sold 1.5 million iPhone 4 on the first day of launch which is further broken down as:
iPhone 4 First Day Sales Estimate
600,000 pre-ordered in the U.S
100,000 in-store sales
50,000 sold into Best Buy
Approximately 750,000 international orders
So, it is really a great success for Apple as in 2008 when company launched iPhone 3GS, it took more than a week to reach to 1 million sale point.
If you’ve been waiting for the final build of the excellent Google Chrome browser for Mac or Linux, today’s your lucky day. The company formally released stable builds of Chrome for Mac and Linux, removing any doubt those users can safely enjoy the bountiful benefits of the world’s best browser. Opera, schmopera.
So now’s a good time to give it a try, Mac and Linux users. Might we suggest digging into your choice of the 4500 extensions already built for Chrome, or enjoy the advanced syncing of bookmarks, preferences and settings? Sure beats the hell out of Safari.
Planetbeing has released the Android for iPhone 3G and is now available for download. He has also written instructions on how to install android on iPhone 3G.
With the Android OS for iPhone 3G released, now we have android ported to both iPhone 3G and iPhone 2G. Next is iPod Touch and iPhone 3GS Thanks to the Planetbeing and the other contributors to the project.
This Android port to iPhone 3G is still not recommended for day to day use because it lacks power management implementation and as a result the iPhone 3G battery, while running Android, lasts for about an hour.
If you’re still [...]
The long awaited big announcements of Google TV and Android 2.2 Froyo are confirmed now at the second day of Google I/O 2010.
Android 2.2 Froyo includes tons of new features and for the developers Android 2.2 Froyo SDK is available which they may grab from Android Developers.
Download Android 2.2 Froyo SDK
Sitting at a desk and working all day can be a drag. Eating fresh, hot doughnuts on the other hand? The opposite of a drag. So when you combine those two things, I can only imagine you reach a tolerable middle ground.
This Mini Donut (sic) Factory can cook you up six little doughnuts at a time, and it’s small enough to fit on your desk. And they claim that by making them yourself and not deep frying them, they’re healthier. But let’s be honest: a doughnut is a doughnut. If health is your main concern, get a salad machine for your desk. But if not, say hello to your new cubiclemate. [...]
On April Fool’s day, the online game store Gamestation.co.uk added language to its clickthrough license that asked customers to surrender their immortal souls, though it offered a checkbox to opt out if you wanted to keep yours. 7,500 customers did not check the box.
By placing an order via this Web site on the first day of the fourth month of the year 2010 Anno Domini, you agree to grant Us a non transferable option to claim, for now and for ever more, your immortal soul. Should We wish to exercise this option, you agree to surrender your immortal soul, and any claim you may have on it, [...]
Yesterday was opening day for Major League Baseball (it’s today in some markets), making our minds wander toward buying tickets for sporting events. Now that tricky task is a lot easier with Seats 3D, showing you the exact view from that seat you’re about to buy.
Given that an outing to a baseball game can run into the hundreds of dollars, this elegant implementation of 3D tech could save you a lot of heartache. The catch: Only nine MLB stadiums are covered thus far, and that selection doesn’t include Miller Park, the home of our beloved Brewers.
In fact, they’re playing [...]
Those of you who were woken up by a sibling or roommate screaming bloody murder and following up with “April Fools!” are keenly aware of what today is. For the rest of you? Well, you may be close to tears when you find out that ThinkGeek’s “My First Bacon” is, in fact, an awesome gag.
The Geek pranksters are up to their annual shenanigans, with products that make you cringe — look no further than this canned unicorn meat — and others that’ll have you giggling all day (such as this Monolith action figure). Our favorites, though, are definitely the [...]