Nokia: We're Not Saying Nexus 7 Infringes ... We're Just Sayin'view story

http://ectnews.com.feedsportal.com – Google may have to buffer its patent portfolio or start paying licensing fees to Nokia now that the search engine giant is becoming a bigger player in the tablet market. Google launched the Nexus 7, its first Nexus-branded tablet device, last week. The 7-inch slate will run the latest version of the company's Android operating system and will sell for $200. (General)

Akademy 2012 ‒ Second helpingsview story

http://dot.kde.org – Will Schroeder Keynote Will Schroeder is the CEO of Kitware Inc., a company that builds open source scientific software that also depends on open source. He suggested that open source is the most effective way to get things done through agile, collaborative innovation. Traditionally science was open, critically reviewed and widely available. (Software)

Judge Denies Samsung on Galaxy Tab U.S. Sales Banview story

http://www.thevarguy.com – It has been quite a week so far for Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL), one that seems to have gained the company the inside track in its high-profile patent war with Samsung. The same judge that granted a preliminary injunction against sales of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 in the United States last week now has awarded Apple a preliminary injunction blocking sales of the Galaxy Nexus, the latest round in the sm (IT news)

Nokia Jumps in the Patent Infringement Game, Nexus 7 the Alleged Offenderview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Nokia today jumped on the patent infringement bandwagon, this time alleging that the just announced jellybean tablet, the Nexus 7, violates some WiFi patents that Nokia holds near and dear to its heart. It looks like this one won’t end up in the courts though, as Nokia seems ready and willing to license the patents (for a fee of course). Since Google is selling this thing for $199, you&#821 (IT news)

Bad News from RIM: BB10 delayed & 5000 jobs to goview story

http://www.itwire.com – Ailing BlackBerry maker Research in Motion has unveiled plans to shed another 5000 staff and has delayed until 2013 the new BB10 smartphone platform on which it is pinning its future. (IT news)

ZTE announces the Grand X LTE, their first single-chip smartphoneview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – ZTE just announced the Grand X LTE. Yes I know another Android phone so what makes this one so special? Well this one only needs one chip. It sports the Qualcomm MSM8960, which makes it their first single-chip phone. (IT news)

RTL8168B: Ethernet issue after reboot, wifi ok.view story

http://chakra-project.org – Hi everyone!!!All was working pretty well on my Chakra system (installed one week ago, I'm a newbie on this distro). I rebooted my computer and after rebooting, no way to connect with ethernet ("Setting network address" endlessly).I used a usb wifi key and it perfectly works si it's really a problem with my ethernet card. (HowTos)

Samsung Responds to Apple’s Latest Infringement Allegationsview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Samsung today fired back at Apple’s recent allegations of patent infringement relating to the Galaxy S III.  Apple has claimed the phone infringes on at least two of its patents, and has requested an injunction to prevent sales in the US until it can figure it out for sure. (IT news)

New Corning Willow Glass Is Ultra-Slim And Very Flexibleview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Corning, makers of the tough as nails Gorilla Glass, has announced a new type of ultra-flexible glass named Corning Willow Glass. This glass can be used to make devices with curved displays that are durable. (IT news)

Google Buying Magnolia Broadband’s Patent Portfolioview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – So looks like Google went shopping today and added Magnolia Broadband’s patent portfolio to its shopping bag. (IT news)