threatening the sales of the HTC One mini in the UK, it seems that the patent case filed against it by Nokia caused another but rather indirect damage to HTC. A court document written by the presiding judge has just revealed that the HTC One's successor will launch in the first quarter of 2014 or as early as February next year.
HTC One mini in the UK may be coming to a stop. This would be as result of an ongoing patent infringement case between Nokia and HTC. A London judge recently ruled that HTC would not be able to sell the One mini in the UK after December 6th, however the judge did delay the injunction to give HTC some time to appeal the ruling.
Jolla wants to set itself apart from others. Now that the smartphone has left the port, it's time to wait and see if it will hit or miss the mark. But in the meantime, we can take a look at this Finnish company's end product that, in all honesty, is a mixed bag of curiosity and disappointment.
Nokia's abandoned projects and employees, releases its first smartphone in two weeks' time. While the device runs its own mobile platform, called Sailfish OS, it might be interesting even to Android users on both a hardware and software perspective.
announced official support for running Android apps on its Sailfish mobile OS. Now it is revealing that, as expected, these apps won't be coming directly from Google Play Store but will instead be provided by Yandex.Store.
extended a patent licensing agreement with Nokia for another five years. Reports suggest that the talks have been going on for quite some time, and are a continuation of a current deal both companies have agreed to. Terms were not disclosed, but it’s believed that the original terms both parties agreed to are still in effect.
smartphone shipments for the third quarter of 2013. And as we had been seeing, this is a number that is on the rise. In fact, the IDC is reporting the worldwide smartphone market has grown 38.8 percent as compared to Q3 2012.
CtechCN is reporting that “microblogging users” @monkeybigtreasure (priceless) shared pics of the Nokia device, claiming it is a smartwatch. It's interesting, but we have our doubts.
Samsung and Apple were in legal wranglings with one another? Yeah, we almost forgot, too. They’re still suing each other across the globe, but a recent revelation that Samsung executives may have been privy to the Apple-Nokia agreement is a big problem -- for both Apple and Samsung.