Wednesday: May 12, 2010
- HTC asks for ban on Apple products after filing patent complaint.
Engadget is taking a deeper look at just what patents are involved here between the two companies and the implications of the federal lawsuit (which HTC has filed along with their patent suit). Should be an interesting battle - or about as interesting as Nokia versus Apple.
Thursday: April 1, 2010
- Nokia's N97 phone interface turns out to be a little different from the promo video.
The iPhone really has changed the landscape of smartphones and it's plain to see after you see the video from the source link. You'll see some attractive looking transitions and animations that somehow skipped the actual device. You'll want to give your trusty iPhone a hug after watching this.
Tuesday: January 5, 2010
- Nokia decides to add an additional fourteen patents to case against Apple.
The assertion made in Nokia's latest amended complaint is that Apple based the design of the iPhone around Nokia concepts, implying that Apple may have actively reverse-engineered Nokia's phones to do so -- rather than stumbling upon the same concepts accidentally in its own research.
Monday: November 9, 2009
- Use a Nokia phone? Your charger may have some shocking qualities.
Nokia said the chargers' plastic covers might work loose and expose wiring, which could cause an electric shock if touched if the charger is plugged into a socket. It said it had received no reports of injuries or accidents related to the chargers.
Monday: August 24, 2009
- Nokia decides that now is the right time to join the netbook party.
Nokia's first netbook, the Nokia Booklet 3G, will use Microsoft's Windows software and Intel's Atom processor to offer up to 12 hours of battery life while weighing 1.25 kilograms.
Wednesday: August 12, 2009
- Microsoft and Nokia partner up for strategic mobile alliance.
The Nokia deal is potentially quite good for Microsoft, but for other reasons than Mobile Office. But, for Microsoft, Mobile Office must be the strategic priority, because the company needs to extend Office desktop software's relevance to the handset and the cloud.
Wednesday: June 24, 2009
- Intel and Nokia team up to make 'exciting' new mobile computer products.
They really do seem to be quite excited about their partnership.