Will this end up being another strike against Samsung in future continuations of patent suits? Is the whole folding display thing overplayed already? When will those two childr-uh, companies stop fighting? We don’t have the answers, just more questions as to what the heck Samsung is doing playing to its competitor in its patent art.
Specifically, figures 1B and 5 are showing off an extended home screen that’s been folded over one way and features a home row with an “iPod” app. You know, like Apple used to do with its older [...]
Rumors continue to arrive regarding what we can expect from Apple’s iWatch in the coming months. We’ve already heard that the company is working on a probable October launch, and we’ve also heard of sports celebrities wandering the Apple campus, aside from other rumors that there will be two variants of the iWatch. If you’re wondering what these two variants are, and what they’ll do, you’ve come to the right place.
A source familiar to the matter has just shared that Apple is already testing two iWatch models with very different designs. There [...]
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Google’s roll in the Apple vs. Samsung trial, at least monetarily in favor of Samsung. Samsung follows as we get the first leaked photos of the Galaxy K. Then we talk about the Samsung Galaxy S5, and the user complaints on the camera software. Apple follows the news as we talk about how the iWatch could replace the iPod, and how Nike+ could be elemental to the iWatch. We end today’s show talking about the OnePlus One launch, and our thoughts on the phone.
All this and more after the break.
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Even though Apple’s consumer appeal was born with the iPod more than a decade ago, we have seen how the company has taken different steps into cannibalizing the line-up through the iPhone in a way to avoid having competition do it for them. Apple’s Tim Cook stated in the past quarter results call that the iPod line-up is a declining business as it’s currently nailing less than $5 billion in 2013 compared to much better results in previous years. If you’re wondering what will happen to the iPod in the future, financial analysts have already begun to do the [...]
What makes a smartphone “smart”? The apps of course! Every week we will feature some of the best newest or updated apps for the three big names in the mobile industry; iPhone, Windows Phone, and Android. We have sifted through hundred of apps and have deemed these 12 the most noteworthy for you, the smartphone enthusiast. To download any of these apps to your respective platform just click on the name of the app to launch the AppStore, Windows Marketplace, or Google Play.
Tracks – A free app