Samsung has won a UK High Court case after a judge ruled that the Galaxy Tab 10.1, Tab 8.9 and Tab 7.7 tablet computers did not infringe Apple’s iPad design.
Both companies were taking legal action; Samsung was after a declaration that its Galaxy Tab devices didn’t infringe Apple designs, while Apple was claiming for infringement.
Poynt Corporation says it’s filed a Notice of Intention to File a Proposal under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (Canada). As a result, the company says it is now in a position to address its obligations to creditors in an orderly and efficient manner.
Calgary-based Poynt, which operates a location-based search and advertising platform, will now send a proposal to its creditors during the next 30 days. Its business will continue as usual during this process.
How difficult is it to install mobile coverage on the London Underground?
In this special feature we're talking to Ian Brown from Axell Wireless about mobile phone coverage on the London Underground.
WiFi is now available on a number of London Underground stations - so why is it taking so long to arrange mobile phone service on the Tube?
MeeGo... and me come back again
Mark Bridge writes:
It was a good week for technology stories hitting the mainstream news, thanks to the apparent appearance of a Higgs boson, Sir Alan Sugar’s YouView online TV service and football goal-line technology.
Mobile-related news hasn’t been quite so big, although plenty of well-known names have turned up in the headlines. What’s also been turning up – rather more than usual – is the presence of WiFi.
Last year’s announcement of the Tizen open source mobile project appeared to suggest an end to the Linux-based MeeGo platform, which was formed in February 2010 with the merger of Maemo and Moblin. However, a new company in Finland is promising to keep the MeeGo OS going.
Jolla Ltd has been formed from the team that built the MeeGo-powered Nokia N9, along with a number of other MeeGo specialists.