The electronics titans square off in a tangled tale of mobile technology, centered on Apple's iPhone
This week on Crave, we entertain a captive audience of smartphone-loving frogs, teach a robot octopus to swim, and charge a dead cell phone with a skateboard. Plus, Harvard is looking for new innovations in soft robotics and director Steven Soderbergh re-envisions "Raiders of the Lost Ark," sans color.
Assuming Samsung infringed Apple's five patents, Apple should receive $1.75 per device in royalties, not the $40 Apple has requested, a Samsung expert argues. Samsung rested its case after the expert testimony.
Amazon had a troubling loss last quarter and it predicts rougher waters ahead. So why aren't investors more concerned? Because CEO Jeff Bezos is at the helm.
The German court found that there was no infringement on Apple's part, possibly putting on ice any issues the company faces with IPCom.
Like the swimming pool game it's named after, this new app is fun. Holler to find your misplaced gadget and it will respond, cluing you in on its location.
Former Facebooker Chamath Palihapitiya says Apple is merely producing more of the same and is "screwed."
Google's mobile OS remains firmly in first place in the US with a 51.5 percent market share, says ComScore, while Apple's iOS trails with 42.4 percent.
Has Amazon just snuffed out one of the biggest reasons to buy a Kindle Fire Phone or tablet?
Amazon unveiled its first smartphone, with high-end specs and pricing. But probably none of its features is enough to tempt buyers away from their current devices.
Google's social network service is an excellent resource for Android owners to get more out of their device. Whether you're brand new to the platform or looking to push your handset to its limits, there's something for everyone.