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Zen Pinball for Tegra Android, an ultra-early hands-on look

Zen Pinball for Tegra Android, an ultra-early hands-on look

This week we've gotten the opportunity to take a peek at a game that'll be released on the Android Market and through the Tegra Zone - Zen Pinball THD, exclusively for Tegra 2 dual-core processor-toting mobile devices. This is a game that allows you to take your love of pinball and apply it to a handful of utterly fabulous tables, both branded by the developers behind the game and developed inside other universes such as Marvel Comics with the Fantastic Four and Spiderman. Have a peek at a couple of tables in a very early build of this game here!

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Samsung Android 4.0 ICS updates in 2012 reportedly detailed

Samsung Android 4.0 ICS updates in 2012 reportedly detailed

Samsung Italy has reportedly confirmed which of the Korean company's Android devices will receive an Ice Cream Sandwich update, with models such as the Galaxy S II and the Galaxy Tab 10.1 each supposedly in line for a 4.0 upgrade. The Italian arm of the firm listed the GSII and the Tab 10.1, HDBlog claims, along with the Galaxy Note, Galaxy Tab 8.9, Tab 7.7 and Tab 7.0 Plus as all being eligible for a tasty frozen treat. However, don't expect it any time soon.

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Apple demand for broad Samsung tablet ban rejected

Apple demand for broad Samsung tablet ban rejected

An Australian judge has rejected Apple's attempt to have Samsung forced to give the Cupertino company advance notice of new product launches, as well as have limitations placed on tablets other than the Galaxy Tab 10.1. Speaking of yesterday's preliminary sales injunction ruling, Justice Annabelle Bennett told Apple that "it doesn't apply to any other player in the marketplace," WSJ reports, dismissing requests to extend the decision to future models Samsung might release.

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USA Judge finds Samsung infringing on Apple iPad patent

USA Judge finds Samsung infringing on Apple iPad patent

Samsung has been having one whole heck of a lot of trouble with Apple accusing them of infringing on patents around the world, this newest accusation holding sway in none other than our home turf, the USA. Samsung could handle a ban in Austrailia for Galaxy Tabs, certainly no tabs in Germany isn't a hassle when it comes down to it, but America? This could be some big trouble. U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh this week has said that Samsung's Galaxy Tab tablets DO infringe on Apple's iPad patents, but made sure to note that Apple will have a problem proving the validity of the patents in question.

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Apple Aussie win could mean death to all Android slates warns expert

Apple Aussie win could mean death to all Android slates warns expert

Apple's sales injunction success over the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Australia earlier today could have wide-reaching impact on other Android tablets in the country, it's been suggested, with one of Steve Jobs' own patents helping strike the killing blow. The IP in question is particularly broad, FOSS Patents points out, and potentially "broad enough in scope that Google and its OEM partners can't work around them without rendering their products less appealing, or even entirely unappealing, to consumers."

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Apple wins Samsung tablet sales ban in Australia

Apple wins Samsung tablet sales ban in Australia

Apple has won a preliminary sales injunction against Samsung in Australia, blocking the Galaxy Tab 10.1 from hitting store shelves and leaving the Korean company to face either a 2012 trial or scrapping the slate altogether. The federal court judge decided in favor of Apple's claims that Samsung infringed on two patents the company holds, SMH reports, concluding "there were several factors that favoured Apple."

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Riptide GP jetski racing masterpiece spreading beyond NVIDIA this month

Riptide GP jetski racing masterpiece spreading beyond NVIDIA this month

Lovers of fabulous racing games will be glad to know that the world's greatest mobile-based jetski racing game, Riptide GP, will be flowing across the entirety of Android this month. Up until now, the game had been exclusive to NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core processor-having devices because the developers of this game had worked closely with the support team at the chipmaker to optimize it for their current hero chip. Today it was announced that the game would expand beyond those borders and be available for all Android devices, no limitations.

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Samsung files for iPad design rights rejection

Samsung files for iPad design rights rejection

Samsung has filed to have Apple's iPad design rights in Europe invalidated, the company has confirmed, claiming that "the design existed long before the iPad." The application was filed to the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market (OHIM) back on August 9, The Korea Times reports, and if successful could have a significant impact on Apple's cases in Europe against the Galaxy Tab 10.1. The news follows Samsung's demands for a preliminary injunction against the new iPhone 4S in France and Italy.

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