Author: Dave LeClair
Apple and Samsung war, a new wrinkle comes along. This time, it comes in the form of Apple getting Samsung Galaxy devices banned in the Netherlands. The court ruled that Samsung is infringing on Apple's patents for navigation interface in photo galleries.
Apple is the king of the tablet market, but Android is making some serious moves in terms of closing the gap. Apple still has the lead, as they have for the last 10 quarters. However, this time, Apple only has 55% of the tablet market share, which is lowest it has been since the introduction of the iPad in 2010, according to market firm ABI Research.
Galaxy Note II, you probably wish the battery could last a little longer. The giant screen and overall power of the device certainly make it a battery sucker. Well Mugen has announced a new high-capacity battery specifically made for the Galaxy Note II. In fact, the new battery offers double the power capacity of that of the standard battery.
Galaxy Note II is a big, powerful smartphone, but you already knew that. What you may not have known is how some creative artists are using the giant phone to create some really interesting art with water. Artists and designers at Steak Studio have used the phone and its built-in S-Pen to create a pool of water that pushes waves wirelessly, showing all types of designs in the water.
a bug was discovered in Android 4.2 that caused the entire month of December to be missing from the People App. It was a rather weird bug that was an obvious annoyance for many users who used the People App to keep track of birthdays and other important events. Well, Google appears to be rolling out an update that is designed to fix the issue.
Nexus 4 illusive would be an understatement. It sold out on Google Play in less than 30 minutes. T-Mobile also ran out of the device rather quickly. Users looking to get their hands on a device have certainly faced some difficultly, but it looks like Google is getting things sorted out, as the device is finally finding itself in stock again.