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Apple's success has been particularly noteworthy in Japan, a market where national champions once seemed unassailable.
The U.S. International Trade Commission says it'll review Kodak's patent infringement claim against Apple and RIM, which alleges that they're illegally using its image preview technology.
Digital video patent holders have not made a direct legal threat to the royalty-free terms under which Google shares VP8--but there are some grounds for concern.
Toshiba and Matsushita will jointly manufacture electroluminescent displays as they look to match Korean manufacturers, according to a report in a Japanese publication.
Under the settlement, the companies are cross-licensing each others' patents, and Matsushita is paying royalties, Eastman Kodak says.
Apple gets all the attention for its iPhone. So what's Symbian, the leader in mobile operating systems, to do? Executive David Wood lays out the plan.
Toshiba already held 60 percent, and will pay to take on Panasonic's 40 percent in order to more quickly restructure the company's liquid crystal display business.
The first television to carry an energy star rating is set to hit Australian shelves in December.
An executive of the chip architecture licenser does not confirm which companies may be manufacturing subnotebooks using ARM-based semiconductors.
Automotive News reports on Honda's struggles with the Green Age.