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Apple v. Samsung Case Closed

Apple and Samsung have been battling it out for several months now, and the decision has yet to be determined. However, as ...

3 Million Surface Tablets Expected to Be Produced

Though the numbers have fluctuated significantly in the last few months since Surface’s announcement, Microsoft has finally announced the number of tablets ...

HP Forms “Mobility” Division to Handle Tablet Sales

Hewlett-Packard appears to have a desire to head back into the tablet business. As of this week, the company has started to ...

Lenovo Closes in on HP Sales

Lenovo has shown outstanding growth in the past few quarters, and this last one was the most impressive of them all. Lenovo ...

AT&T: Subsidized Tablets are No More

AT&T, as of last Friday, has made the executive decision to discontinue its offering of subsidized tablets to the general public. For ...

Warrantless Cell Phone Tracking OKed by Federal Court

A US Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit yesterday found that police were legally allowed to track a particular man through ...

Samsung Brings Convincing Evidence Forth in Samsung v. Apple Case

The battle between Apple and Samsung has been going on for months now, and is finally in its last days. That doesn’t ...

Google Wallet Gains Competition

Up until now, mobile payment options have been limited, and few have been cheap enough or handy enough to seriously compete with ...

Saying “No” with Tact

There are a lot of ways to tell someone “no”. You can just straight out say it, you can dance around ...

$199 Price Point for Surface Isn’t Enough for Competition

Last week, Microsoft announced that their new tablet will be priced at a smidgen under $200. However, Acer and other PC makers ...