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Posted On December 6, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

Horace Dediu: Apple Success All About Customer Loyalty

Florian Mueller of Foss Patents is reporting that a new order from Judge Grewal’s handed down on Friday suggests that Samsung and their attorney are likely to face sanction. The matter relates to improper disclosure of  improper disclosures of highly confidential business information from Apple’s license agreements with other parties including Nokia, Ericsson, Sharp, and Philips by Samsung’s lawyers to their client, the report said. Key highlights from Judge Grewal’s latest order (via Foss Patent) include: The question at this stage appears to be what sanctions the court should impose on Samsung and Quinn Emanuel:Read More
Here is a very interesting tale of how a Nokia director learnt the hard truth about the iPhone in 2007 from his daughter. [quote cite=”Lauri Malkavaara” url=””]He also told me that when the iPhones came out in the United States in the summer of 2007, the situation was followed closely at Nokia. A courier immediately brought a large number of iPhones to Nokia’s head offices in Espoo. The director brought his own iPhone home that same evening. He studied it so enthusiastically that his four-year-old daughter also became interested. AsRead More
What is better? Bigger pixels or more megapixels? Apple software engineer –Mark Zimmer explains it all on his Relativistic Observer. And I meant all. This post is very high tech and admittedly, most of it was too much for me. However, if you are into photography or undecided whether to get the iPhone 5s with its bigger pixel or the Nokia 1020 with more mega-pixel, this is this post is highly recommended. Mark Zimmer (spoiler at the end as to which is better): Apple and others have shown that cameras can beRead More
Foss Patent has reported on Wednesday that Magistrate Judge Paul S. Grewal of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California has ordered a sanction against Samsung. The matter relates to documents Apple handed over to Samsung’s lawyers ( marking the exhibits (Highly Confidential — Attorney Eyes’ Only) during their lawsuit trial last year. The documents contain information on Apple patent licensing agreements with Nokia and three other manufacturers, Ericsson, Sharp, and Philips.   However, Samsung’s executives managed to produce this document in patent negotiations with Nokia, blatantly violatingRead More
Microsoft to Acquires Nokia for US 7.2 Billion Dollars In a press release, Microsoft has informed the world of its intention to purchase substantially all of Nokia’s Devices & Services business, license Nokia’s patents, and license and use Nokia’s mapping services. This move is intended to give Microsoft a much needed boost in the mobile era, as well as ensure Nokia does not slight into obscurity. According to the report, “Microsoft will pay EUR 3.79 billion to purchase substantially all of Nokia’s Devices & Services business, and EUR 1.65 billion toRead More
Here is T3 concept of the world most powerful smartphone. The phone’s design was inspired by the likes of Apple, Samsung, HTC, Sony and Nokia. Best of all, it comes with both Android and iOS operating systems. T3: Naturally our smartphones wouldn’t be industry-leading without an incredible screen which is why we took the 5-inch Full-HD display from the Samsung Galaxy S4 and overlayed it with Corning Gorilla Glass 3. To make sure it ran as well as it looked we took two brand-new quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chips and combined them with aRead More

Posted On June 11, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn Featured, Microsoft News

Report: Excitement Fading on Windows Phone 8

With all its hopes pin on Windows Phone 8, it appears Microsoft is in for a rough ride. According to a new report from Digitimes, interest in Mircosoft’s latest operating system is fading given low demands. This information came courtesy of Taiwan-based supply chain makers. “International smartphone vendors other than Nokia have become less interested in adopting Microsoft Windows Phone 8 (WP8) platform mainly because WP8 has had a global smartphone market share of 3%, far short of the originally expected 10%, and Nokia has dominated the global market segmentRead More
Last week Nokia released a video teasing a new device on Channel 4 in the UK. According to The Verge, “Nokia’s teaser looks a lot like the leaked photos of its aluminum “Catwalk” device, which The Verge understands are genuine images of an upcoming Nokia flagship.” Well here is artist DAVDesigner take on what the “Catwalk” smartphone may look like. DAVDesigner concept shows a Nokia Lumia 960 Catwalk Windows Phone with  EOS and Aluminium Body:Read More
Nokia Courtesy of Nokia, a Manchester Unit fan can get a commemorative Lumia 920 to celebrate Sir Alex Ferguson recent retirement from the helm of Manchester Unit. In a tweet, Nokia Conversation blog, published a photo of a Red Lumia 920, touted as the world’s most innovative Smartphone, engraved with the message: Sir Alexander Chapman Ferguson Manchester Unit Manager 1986-2013 Good Luck Sir Alex   According to the blog post: When Sir Alex took the helm at Manchester Utd in 1986 Nokia still made rubber tyres and the classic Cityman 1320Read More
Nokia has just sent out a  tweet on their official twitter account stating that they will be announcing ‘something new’ on Wednesday 7am GMT Here is the Tweet: A few individuals have already making educated guesses as to what this could be. Here are a few early tweets:    Read More
Nokia is looking to new markets such as China to reverse the decline in overall revenue, according to a report from Reuters. “Quarterly results on Thursday are also expected to show a turnaround at communications equipment venture Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) , bolstering Nokia’s bottom line and supporting the shares’ recovery from last year’s record low,” Ritsuko Ando reports for Reuters Nokia, once the top smartphone vendor by volume, has come under increasing pressure from Samsung and Apple. The Finnish-based company, currently leaded by former Microsoft executive Stephen Elop, has chosen toRead More