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Galaxy S III to feature quad core Exynos chip – source

Samsung’s new Galaxy S III will boast a quad core Exynos chip according to an unnamed Samsung executive. The chip will reportedly sport LTE and WCDMA functionality on the wafer. Both of the preceding Galaxy S models housed Samsung Electronics-made Exynos chips so the inclusion of one in the Galaxy S III isn’t terribly surprising. The development of the still unofficial SoC (system-on-c...[Read More]

Apple to start paying dividends

Apple has announced that the company will begin paying dividends and buying back stock using some of the $100 billion in Apple’s coffers. The dividends and stock buybacks will consume funds to the tune of $45 billion over three years, according to reports. Starting from 1 July this year Apple will be paying out a quarterly dividend of $2.65 per share. The stock repurchases have been allocate...[Read More]

Apple to start paying dividends

Apple has announced that the company will begin paying dividends and buying back stock using some of the $100 billion in Apple’s coffers. The dividends and stock buybacks will consume funds to the tune of $45 billion over three years, according to reports. Starting from 1 July this year Apple will be paying out a quarterly dividend of $2.65 per share. The stock repurchases have been allocate...[Read More]

German court delays Apple/Samsung case

The German court overseeing the legal battle between Apple and Samsung has delayed the proceedings in order to wait for the German Patent and Trademark Office to finish hearing Apple’s pending case. Apple’s patent office hearing may result in “”the revocation, in whole or in part, of Apple’s slide-to-unlock utility model.” If Apple is unable to defend its claim ...[Read More]

German court delays Apple/Samsung case

The German court overseeing the legal battle between Apple and Samsung has delayed the proceedings in order to wait for the German Patent and Trademark Office to finish hearing Apple’s pending case. Apple’s patent office hearing may result in “”the revocation, in whole or in part, of Apple’s slide-to-unlock utility model.” If Apple is unable to defend its claim ...[Read More]

Gameloft drops game prices for iPad launch

The new iPad has officially launched as of today and Gameloft is cashing in on the hype surrounding Apple’s latest device by putting several games on sale for a limited time. The twelve titles from Gameloft are all available for $0.99 at the moment. The sale includes the iPad and iPhone versions of the games and there is also a Mac title, Modern Combat: Domination, on sale for the same price...[Read More]

Gameloft drops game prices for iPad launch

The new iPad has officially launched as of today and Gameloft is cashing in on the hype surrounding Apple’s latest device by putting several games on sale for a limited time. The twelve titles from Gameloft are all available for $0.99 at the moment. The sale includes the iPad and iPhone versions of the games and there is also a Mac title, Modern Combat: Domination, on sale for the same price...[Read More]

Toshiba launching 90MBs SD cards

Toshiba will be releasing new SD cards in Japan this year that are capable of read/write speeds of 95MBs and 90MBs respectively. The line of memory cards will be marketed under Toshiba’s new Exceria branding, with the initial lot featuring three flavours. Slower models of Exceria card will go on sale in Japan in April this year while the high-speed variant will become available in that count...[Read More]

Toshiba launching 90MBs SD cards

Toshiba will be releasing new SD cards in Japan this year that are capable of read/write speeds of 95MBs and 90MBs respectively. The line of memory cards will be marketed under Toshiba’s new Exceria branding, with the initial lot featuring three flavours. Slower models of Exceria card will go on sale in Japan in April this year while the high-speed variant will become available in that count...[Read More]

Laser ‘unprinter’ developed

Engineers from the University of Cambridge have created a technique to remove toner from paper which involves using a laser to heat up and vaporise printed areas of paper. The engineers have said that the process works with most paper types and toner inks and claim that ‘unprinting’ is more eco-friendly than conventional recycling processes. The process works by firing green laser puls...[Read More]

Laser ‘unprinter’ developed

Engineers from the University of Cambridge have created a technique to remove toner from paper which involves using a laser to heat up and vaporise printed areas of paper. The engineers have said that the process works with most paper types and toner inks and claim that ‘unprinting’ is more eco-friendly than conventional recycling processes. The process works by firing green laser puls...[Read More]

Dell, HTC, others face antitrust suit

A company, Cascades Computer Innovation, which owns over 100 patents has filed antitrust charges against LG, Samsung, Motorola, HTC and Dell, saying that the companies involved have colluded to avoid negotiating with Cascades. “Defendants have contracted, combined and conspired to restrain trade by jointly refusing to negotiate or accept licenses under the Cascades patents. Defendants’...[Read More]

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