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A California court has allowed Samsung Electronics to include Apple's iPhone 5 among the products alleged to have infringed its patents, while also letting Apple amend its infringement contentions to include the Jelly Bean operating system and newer Samsung products such as the Galaxy Note 10.1 and the U.S. version of the Galaxy S III.
Google has expanded its legal agreement with developers working on Android applications to specifically prohibit them from taking any action that could lead to a fragmentation of the operating system.
Samsung Electronics said Wednesday it has no plan to settle its ongoing patent disputes with Apple
Retail video game sales in the United States fell by 25 percent to $755.5 million in October, making it the 11th straight month of year-over-year decline.
Of course, sales figures alone don't tell the entire story. Ultimately, many buyers prize productivity over brands.
Free apps distributed through the Google Play market are three times more likely to seek access to customer information in exchange for not charging for use, research by Juniper Networks reveals.
Sales of Android tablets jumped this fall as iPad fans waited for the debut of the iPad mini, IDC market share figures reveal.
The total value spend of NFC mobile payments will rise to $191 billion in 2017, breaking the $100 billion mark in 2016.
Intel researchers are working on a 48-core processor for smartphones and tablets but it could be five to 10 years before it hits the market.
Research In Motion continues to struggle as it works to finish the BlackBerry 10 operating system, but the audience at the London edition of the BlackBerry 10 Jam World Tour developer event still thinks the company can play an important role in the enterprise.
Some of the top apps on Google Play are vulnerable to the theft of personal data, including email and login information, according to a study that used fake hotspots and attack tools to assess viability of SSL certificate attacks.
Banks, telcos and Internet companies like Google are among those who are vying to have the default app for mobile payments.