first high-end Android phone to debut outside of Japan. They're playing it close to the chest when it comes to specifications, but we do know the phone will be semi-ruggedized, and features a qHD display and NFC capability. Like some of Samsung's late tablets, it'll work as a remote control for Panasonic's TV line.
Bloomberg reports that antitrust proceedings for Google's acquisition of Motorola in the European Union will take even longer than normal, after the European Commission has halted its investigation to allow for more discovery. The Commission is requesting "certain documents that are essential to its evaluation of the transaction", with no ETA on the continuing process.
DROID 2) owners in Europe get their hands on an official Gingerbread update. Motorola confirmed the upcoming rollout on the company's Facebook page. The staged update will be sent over the air.
Galaxy Note world tour today and you can watch the live stream here. While the Samsung Galaxy Note is extremely awesome and unique they've also shared a few details that you all might be interested. Samsung has confirmed the new Galaxy Nexus with Ice Cream Sandwich will be available across Europe starting November 17th. Who is ready for some ICS? I know I am.
Galaxy Tab 10.1 sales in the European union and winning an initial injunction halting the sales in Europe everyone was up in arms. Samsung later responded and now we are seeing reports that Apple might have altered some of the evidence. This covered all of the European Union except for the Netherlands, so now Apple is headed for that region too.
granted a preliminary injunction against Samsung and their Galaxy Tab 10.1 stopping future sales and marketing in the European Union. Samsung was quick to respond but the damage has already been done for now. Looking through the documents reveals that Samsung isn't the only one, and that Apple may in fact be going after Motorola next for the design of the Xoom.
we reported that a German court had ruled in Apple's favor regarding the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and a preliminary injunction was granted halting all sales and marketing for the device across the European Union. This is a huge blow to Samsung especially because it was selling so well in Europe over the past few weeks breaking all other tablet sales records -- iPad 2 aside.