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MHL 3.0 spec unveil brings promise of 4K video support

MHL (Mobile High-Definition Link) is something that allows Android users to send video from their devices. And while many users have likely never heard this term, we are now seeing the latest specs coming from the consortium. This includes details of MHL 3.0 which brings the promise of 4K video support, support for simultaneous multiple displays and more.

Nokia Lumia 1020: where’s Android’s 41 MP camera?

Nokia has announced the new Nokia Lumia 1020, the company's first 41 megapixel PureView smartphone running on Windows Phone 8. Yes, a 41 MP camera all on a smartphone that is basically as thin as everything else available today. Our friends and sister site SlashGear have more details, but our first thought was where's a 41 megapixel cameraphone for Android? And do we even need one?

Huawei names Colin Giles as Consumer Business Group EVP

Colin Giles resigned from Nokia back in April. Giles was an executive vice president of sales with Nokia and the reason for his resignation was so he could "be closer to his family." Well, flash forward till present day and it looks like Colin Giles has turned up with Huawei. The company has named Colin Giles as the executive vice president of the Huawei Consumer Business Group.

Nokia seeking HTC One US import ban

Nokia appears to have stepped up in their patent dispute against HTC. This latest move involves an additional patent complaint that was filed with the International Trade Commission (ITC) on Thursday. The round involves the HTC One and it seems Nokia is seeking to ban US imports of the handset. Nokia has added six patent claims to the list of 44 and this all touches back to actions that began in 2012.

IDC: Q1 2013 marks first time smartphones out ship feature phones

The International Data Corporation (IDC) has published their latest report, this time taking a look at smartphone and feature shipments for the first quarter of 2013. While we are looking at the same vendor names as we have seen in past reports, we have seen some other interesting tidbits in terms where the smartphone market is heading as a whole. To begin with, despite what the IDC is calling a "seasonably slow first quarter" there was still a 4 percent growth in the overall mobile phone market.

HTC: No injunction in Netherlands, HTC One will not be delayed

This week we've heard and reported a few details regarding a lawsuit from Nokia aimed right at HTC and their new flagship One smartphone. The word on the street was Nokia sued over some microphones in the One, and received an injunction against the smartphone. However, today HTC has confirmed that isn't accurate and their smartphone will continue to be available worldwide with no further delays.

HTC One suffers another setback with lawsuit from Nokia

It looks like the folks from HTC just can't catch a break, even with their new flagship smartphone. After announcing the HTC One with tons of attention and eager buyers it sadly faced a few small delays. Now however, it appears to be in more trouble after a court in the Netherlands has awarded Nokia a preliminary injunction on the handset over the microphone.

Apple continues to dominate for smartphone customer satisfaction

The latest J.D. Power & Associates customer satisfaction report has been posted and it is similar to many of the past reports in that one thing has remained the same. The bit that has remained the same is something that Android loyalists may not be all that happy about, but here goes -- for the ninth consecutive time, Apple has remained in the top position in terms of smartphone customer satisfaction.

Nokia befriends Apple in fight against Samsung

In the ongoing feud between Samsung and Apple, it looks like one of these companies has found a new friend. That company is Apple and the friend is Nokia. It seems Nokia has recently filed a brief in support of Apple and as a result has become the only outside group to come forward in support of the appeal. The interesting part here is that Apple had sued Nokia back in 2009. The companies later settled in 2011 and as a result, Apple had to pay Nokia royalties.

Nokia CEO hints at tablets in their future, Android isn’t ruled out

There has been a lot of talk and hope regarding Nokia coming over to the dark side we all know and love as Android. Or is it the good side? Sadly they went the Windows Phone route and so far have absolutely no plans on jumping ship and building an Android smartphones. While we've seen little leaks suggesting the possibility, a recent interview with Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has up hoping again.
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