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Wednesday 11 July 2012

Apple Involved In 60% Of Patent Suits    [ 11-07-2012 16:02 ]

Author: Irina Turina   Source: Bloomberg     Translation by: Paul Smith    Send news to friend  Discuss in forum

The last few years have seen the eruption of a global patent war between various technological companies. As the smartphone and tablet markets have blossomed so too have legal wrangles over intellectual property. Now Bloomberg are reporting that a study from Kanzatec IP Group, an intellectual property consulting firm, shows that Apple is right at the centre of this global patent dispute having been involved in a whopping 60% of all the biggest wireless patent cases filed within the last two years. Major suits involving Aple that have made the headlines affected companies like Motorola, HTC and of course Samsung, but other companies such as Kodak have been involved in battles with Apple too. The consulting firm saw no end to Apple's involvement in these legal battles " ... as long as it maintains its dominant place in the market".

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Video: Kindle Fire Gets A Jelly Bean    [ 11-07-2012 13:14 ]

Author: Irina Turina   Source: XDA Developers     Translation by: Paul Smith    Send news to friend  Discuss in forum

Amazon's Kindle Fire uses a modified version of Android 2.3 Gingerbread, but the boffins over at XDA-Developers, namely Hashcode, have managed to get Amazon's pride and joy to run Google's latest version of Android, Jelly Bean. The port is at an early beta stage right now so it isn't fit for general use, but as a proof of concept it shows that it can be done and also open up the possibility of the Kindle Fire gaining access to Google's Google Play store and all its apps rather than just Amazon's own relatively limited Appstore.

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