Cricket branded Galaxy S III or a Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet -- you now have a nightly build of CM10.1 available for use. This latest CM10.1 nightly announcement includes just that one Galaxy S III, but several of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 variants. That list includes the Wi-Fi (p4wifi) only model as well as the 10.1 (p4), 10.1v (p3) and the T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless models.
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Samsung was hit with a huge fine during its court battle with Apple in a copyright infringement lawsuit last month. Samsung ended up having to pay just a little over $1 billion to Apple, which certainly isn't chump change by any means. The good news is that Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet was found not to be infringing on any of Apple's design patents this time around. However, the tablet suffered a different fate back in June, when the court thought that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 was most likely infringing on Apple's designs. That was enough to have the tablet banned from being sold in the US.
Galaxy Tab 10.1 WiFi tablet started getting upgraded to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich last month in multiple parts of the world, it looks like they are finally rolling it out here in the US. They didn't get it out in July as promised, but we'll take it.
Galaxy Tab 10.1 is finally getting Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich starting today. While it's been available with CM9 for months and months, this is the official update from Samsung themselves. According to SamMobile it started rolling out to the WiFi model today in the UK and Italy.
Ice Cream Sandwich would begin rolling out to Galaxy S II owners internationally. While they might have jumped the gun today on Facebook they have confirmed the update is rolling out and available now -- but that isn't all. They also briefly mentioned some of those important tablets of theirs too.
Verizon, Samsung and the Phoenix Suns have jointly announced today a partnership that will see the NBA team using the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 with Verizon 4G LTE in day-to-day basketball and business operations -- instead of the iPad. Being the first to integrate this type of wireless tablet technology for an entire NBA organization.
FOSS Patents blog. The appeal denial is the latest in a string of many Apple defeats and few victories in the last few months.
Reuters reports that the judge in the case has indicated that the updated hardware is sufficiency dissimilar to the iPad, and Apple's design patents are not being infringed.