study from Chitika Insights analysed a sample of tens of millions of tablet impressions from the Chitika Ad network. It compared all Android tablets in relation to iPad impressions. As expected, the iPad is still dominate in terms of tablet usage, but some Android tablets, including the Nexus 7, are gaining traction at an impressive rate.
Reuters. This is similar to recent rulings in favor of Samsung in the UK and Germany.
announced and made official their new 7.9-inch iPad mini. At the same time they nicely gave Google's Nexus 7 some free advertising by comparing the two tablets and letting the Nexus 7 take center stage. With the new iPad mini finally here what does Google need to do in response? Nothing actually, but here's what we are expecting.
Apple and Samsung have had their fair share of up and downs in court this past few months, but Samsung recently took a pretty big beating. Today however things are about to take a large change in direction. Apple's "bounce back" feature also known as rubber-banding has been ruled invalid today by the USPTO. More details below.
Google, since they had two major bits of news. The first being Google's officially scheduled an Android event for October 29th, so be ready for some Android 4.2 and Nexus news next Monday. Read on below for the rest from Google, HTC, Motorola and more.
Apple and Samsung, as many of you are undoubtedly already aware, have been trading blows in courtrooms around the world for quite some time now. Samsung, though it's been hit hard in rulings in the past, managed to chalk up a win today, as a UK Appeals Court has denied an appeal Apple filed back in July. At the time, a London High Court ruled that the Samsung Galaxy Tab wasn't infringing on Apple's design, and today, a group of three Appeals Court judges refused to overturn the ruling.
iPad Mini. Today Apple sent out invites for an October 23rd reveal of the all new iPad Mini -- or at least that's what all the rumors and leaks have us believing. Will this 7.85-inch smaller iPad pose a threat to Google's Nexus 7? Read on to find out.
Samsung has issued a statement on its official blog on the matter.
Apple had the last laugh, or that these lawsuit court battles were over you were wrong. Today the US Court of Appeals has overturned the preliminary injunction that banned the sales of Samsung's Galaxy Nexus smartphone. This is just one small step for Samsung, but good news indeed for both them and Android as a whole.