A German court has ruled that Microsoft should be banned from selling a string of its top products in the country following action brought by Motorola Mobility. The ban is based on alleged patent infringements by Microsoft of Motorola technology in the context of H.264 video coding and playback.
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Intel and Motorola have struck a deal that will see them work together on making significant headway in the global smartphone market over the course of the next few years at least.
Both companies have cited what they see as huge potential in the smartphone sector as they aim to combine their respective areas of expertise and build on the popularity and prevalence achieved by Android-operated devices to date.
Motorola have announced that their Xoom tablet pc will not only get Android 3.2 on select models, but also that there’ll be an LTE model available soon.
News of the LTE model of Motorola’s proposed ‘iPad killer’, has come from the FCC who have approved Motorola’s plans for the LTE module. It’s been granted the build number HTJ85B and will also bring zoom features to the.. Xoom.
Google have just announced that Android 3.1 will make it’s debut on the Xoom 3G tablet which will be available via Verizon in America.
The OS update brings a variety of changes and improvements, from resizeable widgets to the ability to edit photo’s and videos directly within the tablet. You can also import content from external devices (such as videos or photo’s) without hooking up to a PC, through the multitude of USB ports supplied with the Xoom hardware, so you can even get PS3 and XBox 360 controllers connected for some real gaming.
Still behind HP, Acer, Dell and Toshiba, Apple now accounts for just over six per cent of all the personal computers sold in the UK, having increased that share from 5.4 per cent at the end of 2009, Gartner reports.
Speculation has been rife about when a ten-inch alternative to the iPad would arrive from one of the world’s top consumer tech firm’s and it is now odds-on that the Xoom will test the waters for the latest Android-operated slates.
The app is freely available from the Android Market and it allows users to scan the barcode of a huge range of items, get an instant product match and then order or reserve them online via Amazon.co.uk.
Incorporating a number of other services as well, like a personalised recommendation system and package tracking function, the app is described by Amazon as being a response to considerable demand for such a service from consumers across the UK.