HTC's chairperson said that the company has no intention of settling with Apple, according to Asia-based reports.
Apple is seeking to immediately capitalise on its US court victory by filing for a sales ban on eight smartphones made by rival Samsung.
Apple has won a jury verdict of more than USD$1 billion against Samsung after a finding that Samsung infringed six of seven patents for mobile devices in the first lawsuit to go before a US jury in a fight for dominance of the global smartphone market.
The bitter legal dispute between Apple and Samsung has backfired for both companies as South Korea bans a number of their products for patent infringement.
Malware on Google's Android platform has risen threefold in the second quarter of this year, with nearly 15,000 new malware added to Kaspersky Lab's database.
Nokia has confirmed that it will release a new smartphone powered by Windows Phone 8 soon, showing a dogged determination to stick with its partnership with Microsoft.
The trial of five people has begun in China over an incident where a student sold his kidney to buy an iPad and iPhone.
IBM is interested in buying the enterprise business of Research In Motion (RIM), the struggling maker of the BlackBerry, according to a number of sources.
Apple has announced that it will be dropping Google's YouTube app from the next version of its iOS software, which runs on iPhone and iPad devices, marking the latest act in a bitter dispute over smartphone and tablet market dominance.
At the first day of Siggraph 2012, which is taking place at the Los Angeles Convention Center, Khronos group announced the new iterations of OpenGL API for conventional computers and consoles (OpenGL), as well as mobile devices (OpenGL ES).
Samsung has announced that it will unveil its next Galaxy Note smartphone at an event towards the end of the month, pre-empting Apple's expected release of the iPhone 5 a month or two later.
The main lawyer for Samsung has released a statement defending the public release of evidence that the judge refused to admit in court.
Fuzhou Rockchip Electronics Company (or simply Rockchip) is mostly known for its low-power silicon which powers numerous entry-level tablets, smartphones, digital frames, personal media players etc. The company recently unveiled its high-performing chips, the RK 3000 Series.
Nokia is abandoning its Linux-based mobile software that was designed to compete with Google's Android platform, with sources blaming a move to cut costs for the decision.
Chris Miller, a security researcher presenting his findings at the Black Hat security conference in Las Vegas, has discovered some severe security flaws with the new Near Field Communications technology.
Samsung has disabled an advanced search feature on its Galaxy S3 smartphone in order to avoid infringing a search patent owned by Apple.
Earlier today, Apple Inc. announced results for the fiscal third quarter 2012, i.e. second calendar quarter and immediately disappointed the market with a record drop in sales of its popular iPhone smartphone, and a decline in sales of iPods. iPads broke records, while Macs remained stale.
A new survey hints that Apple's newest smartphone may be even more successful than the iPhone 4S, widely regarded as the most successful smartphone launch in history.
Samsung has teamed up with Corning to build a jointly-owned TFT-LCD glass factory in China that will cost $600 million.
Apple is to employ a smaller dock connector in the next version of its popular iPhone, according to sources close to the company.