Future Lumia Devices could come with Canon Optics

  Microsoft has signed a deal with Canon that cross-licenses a lot of their patents. This could mean future Microsoft Nokia Lumia handsets have the smart processing and optic power of Canon crammed into them. The patent agreement is another example of the important role intellectual property (IP) plays in ensuring a healthy and vibrant ... Continue Reading →

Microsoft May Come up with Own Smartphone

Windows phone may not be gaining much traction even though its in news and soon Microsoft’s Windows 8 tablet Surface would be out.Acer also warned that Surface might be too risky for Microsoft.With Microsoft want to do a comeback with Surface, Windows 8 and with Windows Phone,BGR has learned that the Redmond, Washington-based company plans to ... Continue Reading →

Microsoft wants Samsung to pay smartphone license fees

Previously Citi reported that HTC pays 5$ to Microsoft for every HTC device it sold and now Microsoft is demanding Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, the largest OEM of Android devices, to pay $15 for each Android device sold by the company. Samsung would likely seek to lower the payment to about $10 in exchange for a deeper alliance with Microsoft ... Continue Reading →

Samsung’s Galaxy S II becomes the fastest selling phone – 3 million in 55 days

Remember Samsung sold three million of its original Galaxy S phone in 85 days. A few months later, a full ten million had been moved. Now, it looks as if the super phone’s proper successor may put that latter statistic to shame. Sammy just announced that it took but 55 days to move three million Galaxy S II handsets, which works out to one phone ... Continue Reading →

Samsung demands to see Apple’s iPhone5, iPad3

You have seen that in the ongoing patent and trademark battle between Apple Vs Samsung.Apple had filed a lawsuit against Samsung stating that Samsung has been replicating Apple iPod and iPad’s design and user interface for devices like Samsung Nexus S, Captivate, Continuum, and Mesmerize.According to ThisIsMyNext’s Nilay Patel and also reports from ... Continue Reading →