iPhone lawsuit started with Apple suing Samsung. Now the Korea company is fighting back with its own iPhone lawsuit.
The Motorola Xoom has struggled against competitors such as the Apple iPad 2.
The Acer Iconia A500 gets Flash support, the Android 3.0 Honeycomb OS, and all sorts of other niceties.
Targeted attacks are the trend in cyberspace. Six months ago, the world's first cyber superweapon – Stuxnet – was discovered to be targeting Iran's nuclear facilities. This week millions of e-mail addresses were reported stolen from Epsilon, a firm that supplies e-mail marketing to BestBuy, Disney, and many others. The two highlight a trend toward precision among those that create malicious software. Epsilon's information will help hackers craft very specific "phishing" e-mails that are far more subtle, experts say. Here are five emerging targets for precision attacks:
Smartphone apps are under investigation for the personal information they might reveal about users to advertisers and others. Pandora, an online radio service that revealed the smartphone apps investigation, said it received a subpoena.
Verizon's first 4G Android phone arrives. And the HTC Thunderbolt is a zippy masterpiece.
An AT&T takeover of T-Mobile could reduce competition and choice and raise prices.