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Steve Wozniak on Samsung-Apple verdict: ‘I don’t agree with it’

Apple and Samsung's high-profile patent case riled up a lot of people on both sides of the argument, and today legendary Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak gave his take on the whole tussle. In a new interview with Bloomberg, Wozniak said that he doesn't agree with the decision. He also said that he thinks companies should just share patents with each other, which would allow for the development of the best devices possible.

Samsung Galaxy Note II vs iPhone 5

Today Apple unveiled their newly redesigned iPhone 5 to the world and the first thing that came to my mind was the Galaxy Note II. Obviously the Galaxy S III is a great device to compare it to as well, but the Galaxy Note II and the iPhone 5 are the latest and greatest from both companies. Lets take a look at the two devices below.

iPhone 5 revealed by Apple with 4-inch Retina display

So, today is Apple day in case no one managed to notice the flood of news on basically every social network platform. Apple has just unveiled their all new iPhone 5 today along with a few improved iPods. We all knew it was coming, we knew the specs, and now it's official. While we are obviously Android fans at heart here at AC the news is worth a quick mention.

Samsung plays offense, will sue Apple if they release an LTE iPhone

Just when we thought it was almost over, we realize the party has only just started. New reports today are clearly stating that while Samsung might have lost the battle, in the end they'll win the war. According to the Korean Times Samsung holds just over 10% of all 4G LTE (long term evolution) patents and is prepared to play some offense of their own in the courtroom.

Samsung found guilty across the board – fined over 1 billion dollars

Things surely aren't looking good for Samsung right about now. As I'm sure you're all aware the lawsuit between Samsung and Apple is currently going through the final verdict stages. After a 3 week lawsuit and hours of deliberation the jury has found Samsung "guilty" for all 21 phones brought forward, but not on the Galaxy Tab line. More details below.

Google kicked from iPhone again with YouTube removal

Today some rather interesting news has just hit the web regarding Apple and their iPhone going after Google again. This week Apple has released their latest beta for iOS 6 -- the OS version that will grace their next iPhone. Along with the new release is the complete absence of YouTube. Google's obviously popular application has been completely removed from iOS for the first time since the original iPhone debut in 2007.

Steve Wozniak shows us his travel bag full of gadgets – Android included

If you're like me you probably carry around more than one or two gadgets on a daily basis. Between multiple phones, an extra battery, and usual a tablet I do pretty well -- but nothing compared to some. Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak decided to share with the world what all he carries around when he travels. His travel bag must be pretty darn big because he packs an arsenal of gadgets.

Zombies, Run! Fitness game finally available for Android

The popular Fitness game you've probably heard or seen a thing or two about for iOS has finally landed on Android. It's Called Zombies, Run! and while there's similar apps available this is the original. A smashing hit on iOS this will surely keep you motivated, and help you stay in shape -- all while having fun at the same time.

What to do with your Verizon unlimited data plan

Like a few of you, I was dismayed to hear last week that Verizon would be phasing out its customers who were "grandfathered" into unlimited data plans by forcing them to adopt the new shared data plans this summer. I've been an unlimited customer for years, and when I lived out in the country the tethering plan saved me around a thousand dollars a year in overage fees I'd otherwise have been paying. "Blow this for a game of soldiers," said I, "they can have my unlimited data when they take it from my cold, dead hands!"
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