The Apple vs. Samsung Verdict-O-Matic (Comic)

Here is the latest comic from our Joy of Tech friends at Geek Culture, Nitrozac and Snaggy. Joy of Tech appears three times a week in the Voices section of this site.


Google’s Motorola Files New Patent Claim Against Apple

Google Inc.’s Motorola Mobility unit said Friday it has filed a new claim with the U.S. International Trade Commission alleging that rival Apple Inc. has infringed seven of its patents.

At Long Last, Testimony Wraps Up in Apple vs. Samsung

Both sides raced to get in their needed testimony before reaching the end of the 25 hours each was allotted in the case.
Apple v Samsung collage

HP Hires Nokia’s Former MeeGo Head Torres, but Not for Gram

Now there are two mobile groups within HP. Got that?

Boxes and a Bar: OnLive Employees Pack Up After Cloud Gaming Company Obfuscates About Fate (Photos)

For the record: Obfuscate means to render obscure, unclear or unintelligible.
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AT&T to Allow Free FaceTime Calls Over Cellular With Mobile Share Plan

AT&T’s move is good news for future Mobile Share subscribers but bad news for everyone else.

News Byte

Verizon, Motorola Announce September 5 Event

September 5 is shaping up to be a big day in the smartphone space. Earlier this week, Microsoft and Nokia broadcast invitations to a Sept. 5 event in New York City at which they are expected to show off their first Windows 8 handsets. Now comes word that Verizon and Motorola have scheduled an event for that day as well. And it, too, is being held in New York City. The companies haven’t disclosed any details about its purpose, but presumably they’re planning to unveil the Droid RAZR HD. Both these events precede by a week the expected debut of Apple’s next-generation iPhone.

Ten Things About Me

25 Things About Laura Yecies

Home IT manager, popcorn lover, CEO.
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Google: No Paid Bloggers Here, Your Honor

Oracle has one it disclosed months ago. Google says there’s nothing to disclose.

Apple Soars Past $600 Billion Market Cap

And it shows no sign of slowing down.

News Corp.’s IGN Head Roy Bahat Leaves

McKayla Is Impressed With Stephen Colbert