This past week brought more patent litigation drama along with new rumors for the exciting gadgets to come in the next few months. Sales of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 have been blocked in Europe after Apple won a preliminary injunction on the tablet. Apple became the world’s largest company briefly when its market valuation surpassed that of Exxon Mobile. Windows Phone Mango is now rumored for a September 1 launch with Nokia confirming closure of its US Symbian and feature phone operations. The first screenshots of Android Ice Cream Sandwich leaked with its roll-out likely in November. And there’s much much more. Continue after the cut for the full video and roundup list.
Samsung roadmap leak tips 720p I9250 Android ICS phone, more
Samsung insists leaked roadmap “not accurate”
Samsung Galaxy R gets Hands-On Treatment from NVIDIA
Samsung holding Galaxy S II event August 29: Launch ahoy!
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Sales Blocked in Europe by Apple
Samsung Officially Responds to Apple’s Euro Galaxy Tab 10.1 Sales Block
Apple’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 injunction leaks
Samsung Galaxy Tab ban appeal set for August 25 in Germany
Apple targets Motorola XOOM next in Euro tablet cull
Microsoft & Nokia:
Windows Phone 7 Mango Coming September 1
Nokia To Shutter Symbian And Feature Phone Businesses In North America
Windows Phone Tango For Low-Priced Handsets?
Leaked video claims to show Nokia Windows Phones that aren’t Sea-Ray
World’s most illegible leaked photo shows Nokia Sea Ray for AT&T
No Nokia N9 for US as MeeGo plans stay minimal
Nokia confirms no N9 for UK either
No Nokia N9 for Germany, as MeeGo reach dwindles
Android Ice Cream Sandwich Screenshots Leaked?
Motorola Droid Bionic Caught on Camera Again
Motorola DROID Bionic Spotted at Verizon Store
Motorola CEO Hints At Plans For Patent Offensive Against Android Rivals
HTC Partners with Beats Audio and invests $300 Million
HTC Beats Deal Confirmed Exclusive Partnership on Smartphones [Video]
Sprint Cancels WiMAX BlackBerry PlayBook
RIM Responds To WiMAX PlayBook Snub, Will Focus On Verizon 4G LTE Instead
AT&T’s T-Mobile and Qualcomm deals get extra FCC attention [Updated]
AT&T Letter Damages Case For T-Mobile Acquisition
T-Mobile To Switch From Throttling To Overages For 200MB Data Plans