Dolby Laboratories says Research in Motion has agreed to license Dolby’s audio technologies for its devices.
As a result, Dolby has withdrawn the two patent infringement lawsuits it had filed against RIM earlier this year.
Mobile News reports that LG has appointed Warren Lewis as its UK head of mobile.
He’s spent the last four years leading the company’s IT solutions business within LG Electronics, most recently as Commercial Director.
Neither the Apple iPhone nor the iPad officially support the Adobe Flash video format; a decision that’s frustrated many users, despite the introduction of alternative browsers.
And neither Adobe nor Apple appeared willing to compromise... until Thursday last week.
More US internet users will access the internet through mobile devices than through PCs or other fixed-line devices by 2015, according to the latest Worldwide New Media Market Model from the International Data Corporation.
IDC expects the number of mobile internet users to increase by a compound annual growth rate of 16.6% between 2010 and 2015.
The European Commission has adopted a recommendation urging its member states to ensure their mobile networks are ready for eCall devices.
It wants all new cars produced from 2015 to contain an eCall device that’ll automatically call the 112 pan-European emergency number if there’s a serious accident. The in-car eCall device would pass the vehicle's location to the emergency services but wouldn’t track the user’s location until activated.