Chris Ziegler / The Verge:
T-Mobile to get seven-year 3G roaming deal, 128 markets of AWS spectrum from AT&T — Deutsche Telekom now is detailing the consolation prize it's getting from AT&T in the aftermath of its failed acquisition of T-Mobile — and in looking through the details, calling it a “consolation prize” really doesn't do it justice.
Discussion: BGR, Engadget, Phone Scoop, Smartphones …, The Tech Trade, AT&T, Internet Evolution, Android Life, MobileBurn.com, Deutsche Telekom, IntoMobile, Inquirer, SlashGear, PhoneArena, AllThingsD and SplatF
Eric M. Zeman / Phone Scoop: T-Mobile USA Scores AWS Spectrum, UMTS Roaming from AT&T
Matthew Miller / Smartphones and Cell Phones Blog: T-Mobile scores spectrum and roaming agreement with AT&T deal fallout
Alan Reiter / Internet Evolution: Confusion Follows Death of AT&T/T-Mobile Deal
Eric / Android Life: T-Mobile Gets Goodies From AT&T After The Break-Up, Increases Nationwide Coverage From it
Dan Seifert / MobileBurn.com: T-Mobile gains cash, spectrum, roaming agreements from failed AT&T deal
Marin Perez / IntoMobile: Without AT&T, what does T-Mobile do now?
Dave Neal / Inquirer: AT&T drops its bid for T-Mobile USA
Chris Davies / SlashGear: T-Mobile USA details “record high break-up fee” from AT&T
Arik Hesseldahl / AllThingsD: Sprint Wins the Argument, but It's Still Losing the War
Maria Sheahan / Reuters:
Deutsche Telekom could be forced into arms of Sprint — (Reuters) - Deutsche Telekom may be forced into a tie-up of its sub-scale U.S. wireless unit with Sprint Nextel after a $39 billion deal with AT&T collapsed. — AT&T said on Monday it had dropped its bid for T-Mobile USA …
Discussion: Hillicon Valley, Bloomberg, Techland and TmoNews
Brendan Sasso / Hillicon Valley: News bites: What's next for T-Mobile?
Cornelius Rahn / Bloomberg: Deutsche Telekom $3B Fee Buys T-Mobile Time
Matt Peckham / Techland: Deutsche Telekom and T-Mobile USA: What Happens Next?
Eric Slivka / MacRumors:
Apple Indeed Replacing Recalled iPod Nano Units with Current-Generation Models — Just hours after we reported that Apple appeared to have begun shipping out current-generation iPod nanos as replacements for recalled first-generation units, users are beginning to report in that they are indeed receiving the current models.
Discussion: iDownloadBlog.com, TUAW, iPodNN, Softpedia News and Apple Bitch
Oliver Haslam / iDownloadBlog.com: Apple Begins Replacing Old iPod Nanos with New Models
Steven Sande / TUAW: Apple replacing recalled nanos with new models
Seth Weintraub / 9to5Google:
Google X's wearable technology isn't an iPod Nano, but rather a heads up display (glasses)
Google X's wearable technology isn't an iPod Nano, but rather a heads up display (glasses)
Discussion: LAPTOP Magazine, CNET News, MacRumors, Edible Apple, ReadWriteWeb, Phones Review, Softpedia News, Gizmodo UK, Gizmodo, Shiny Objects, Digital Trends, TeleRead, GottaBeMobile, SlashGear, T3 News, @nickbilton and App Advice
Lance Whitney / CNET News: Is Google working on high-tech spectacles?
Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb: Google Augmented Reality Glasses Could Come Soon, What Would They Mean?
James / Phones Review: News on Android Glasses
Jamie Condliffe / Gizmodo UK: Will Real-Life Google Goggles Replace Your Dorky Specs?
Jamie Condliffe / Gizmodo: Will Real-Life Google Goggles Replace Your Dorky Eyeglasses?
Brian Caulfield / Shiny Objects: Google Glasses Could Give Users “Terminator-Style” Vision
Jeff Hughes / Digital Trends: Apple and Google independently developing wearable, reality augmenting smartphones
Chuong Nguyen / GottaBeMobile: Google, Apple Developing Wearable Computing Device
Luke Johnson / T3 News: Apple working on wearable technology prototypes
Nick Bilton / @nickbilton: @llsethj Nice piece, but I think you're mixing up my references a bit. I never said Google was working on a watch-like device.
Joe White / App Advice: Apple Experimenting With Siri-Powered iWatch
Janice Wood / Psych Central News:
Meta-Twitter Analysis Shows Happiness Trending Down — Using Twitter, a team of scientists from the University of Vermont has created a happiness graph, which shows happiness has fallen over the last few years. — “After a gradual upward trend that ran from January to April 2009 …
Discussion: Burlington Free Press, US News and VTDigger
Bryce Roberts / BRYCE DOT VC: A Reluctant Twitter Experiment
Emil Protalinski / Friending Facebook Blog:
Facebook is suing Mark Zuckerberg — Summary: Israeli entrepreneur Rotem Guez has legally changed his name to Mark Zuckerberg. It's his latest response to a legal battle he's fighting with the social networking giant over his Like Store. — Facebook is suing Mark Zuckerberg.
Discussion: Mashable!, Gizmodo, Geekosystem, Slashdot, ABCNEWS, Neowin.net and The Wrap
Andrew Tarantola / Gizmodo: Mark Zuckerberg Gets Sued By Facebook—and That's Not Even the Craziest Part of This Story
James Plafke / Geekosystem: Man Legally Changes Name to Mark Zuckerberg in Response to Facebook Suing Him
John Callaham / Neowin.net: Facebook sues “Mark Zuckerberg” - but not its CEO
Daniel Frankel / The Wrap: Facebook Sues Mark Zuckerberg (No, Not That Mark Zuckerberg)
Paul Boutin / Technology Review: The Law of Online Sharing
Mark Suster / Both Sides of the Table:
The End of the Web? Don't Bet on It. Here's Why — Fred Wilson recently posted a great video on his blog with the CEO of Forrester Research, George Colony. The money slide is the graphic below. — The chart shows three scarce resources and their improvements over time.
Eric Slivka / MacRumors:
Apple Rolls Out ‘Complete My Season Pass’ for TV Shows — While Apple has long offered a “Complete My Album” feature in the iTunes Store to allow users who have previously purchased individual tracks to upgrade to the full album at a discounted price reflecting their single-track purchases …
Discussion: Ars Technica, GigaOM, RazorianFly, 9to5Mac, Insanely Great Mac and MacNN
Darrell Etherington / GigaOM: iTunes gets “Complete my Season Pass,” free Pan Am episodes
Christian Zibreg / 9to5Mac: Apple rolls out Complete ‘My Season Pass’ feature on iTunes
Richard Lawler / Engadget:
iPhones, iPod Touches still on iOS 3.1.3 can't download new apps directly from the App Store — While fragmentation is a rare(r) problem on iOS there's still quite a few users rocking older versions on their devices. Unfortunately for them, ever since a recent update on the 16th …
Discussion: MacRumors, 9to5Mac, TUAW, discussions.apple.com, The Verge, SlashGear, Business Insider, GottaBeMobile, PhoneArena, Redmond Pie and App Advice
Christian Zibreg / 9to5Mac: Apple replaces original iPod nanos with newest model, iOS 3.1.3 users report app download difficulty
Kelly Hodgkins / TUAW: iOS 3.1.3 iPhone/iPod touch users running into App Store issues
Dieter Bohn / The Verge: iPhones and iPod touches running iOS 3.1.3 currently unable to download apps
Chuong Nguyen / GottaBeMobile: iPhone, iPod Touch on Older iOS Software Can't Directly Download Apps to Device
Phone Arena: iPhones running iOS 3.1.3 or earlier cannot access the App Store, no comment from Apple yet
Paul Morris / Redmond Pie: iPhone Users Running iOS 3.1.3 And Below Are Reportedly Being Blocked From App Store
Jolie O'Dell / VentureBeat:
First Round Capital rings in the holidays with “Friday” spoof — First Round Capital is famous in these parts for its irreverent, awkward and often hilarious holiday e-greetings. — This year, the team and its family of startups pitched in to create an elaborate send-up of Rebecca Black's soulless mistake of a song, “Friday.”
Discussion: AllThingsD, TechCrunch and Fortune
Kara Swisher / AllThingsD: Viral Video: This Year, First Round VCs Channel Rebecca Black (Rrrreeaaallly!)
Alexia Tsotsis / TechCrunch: First Round Capital Wins The Internet With Its Holiday Video
Dan Primack / Fortune: It's here: First Round Capital's holiday video
Mark Gurman / 9to5Mac:
Apple reportedly puts the final ink on $400-500 million purchase of Anobit, an Israeli flash-storage company — Last week's big Apple rumor was Apple's purported talks to purchase an Israeli flash memory firm called Anobit. Now, Israeli news website Calcalist reports that the rumored deal has actually been finalized.
Discussion: eWeek, Guardian, PC Magazine, Reuters, MacRumors, TechCrunch, BGR, Fortune, Gizmodo, GigaOM, Macgasm, TUAW, AllThingsD, Softpedia News, The inneractive Blog, SlashGear, Electronista, The Next Web, PhoneArena, everythingiCafe, App Advice and iClarified, Thanks:neilisgreat
Nicholas Kolakowski / eWeek: Apple Buys Flash Storage Company Anobit: Report
Charles Arthur / Guardian: Apple buys Anobit in $500m deal
Steven Scheer / Reuters: Apple buys Israel's Anobit for $500 million: report
Zach Epstein / BGR: Apple acquires Israeli flash memory firm Anobit for $500 million
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Fortune: Apple buys Anobit for half a billion dollars
Sam Biddle / Gizmodo: Apple Spending Tons of Cash on Israeli Super Memory
Darrell Etherington / GigaOM: Apple's Anobit buy reportedly a done deal
Eugene Huo / Macgasm: Apple buys Anobit for a cool $500 million
Michael Rose / TUAW: Calcalist: Apple to buy Israeli company Anobit
Hilzfuld / The inneractive Blog: Apple Makes its Most Expensive Acquisition Yet, Buys Anobit, An Israeli Manufacturer of Flash Memory
Chris Davies / SlashGear: Apple's Anobit flash specialist deal final
Matt Brian / The Next Web: Apple reportedly closes $500 million deal for Israeli flash memory firm Anobit
Christopher Meinck / everythingiCafe: Apple Finalizing Purchase of Anobit
iClarified: Apple News | Apple Reportedly Finalizes Deal to Buy Israeli Flash Storage Company Anobit
Joe Schneider / Bloomberg:
Apple Claims Samsung Tablet, Phone Cases Infringe Patents — Dec. 20 (Bloomberg) — Apple Inc., which on Dec. 9 lost a bid to keep Samsung Electronics Co.'s Galaxy 10.1 tablet out of Australia, claims the case for the device and cases for Samsung phones infringe its patents and registered design.
Discussion: BGR, MacRumors, Engadget, GigaOM, 9to5Mac, Redmond Pie, Electronista, The Verge and RazorianFly
Zach Epstein / BGR: Samsung overtakes Apple in Australia despite patent attacks, becomes No.1 phone vendor
Michael Gorman / Engadget: Apple alleges more Samsung IP infringement in Oz over copycat tablet and phone cases
Darrell Etherington / GigaOM: Apple targets Samsung's phone and tablet designs in Australia
Christian Zibreg / 9to5Mac: Apple takes Samsung to court over patented smart cover for smartphones and tablets
Waisybabu / Redmond Pie: Apple Issues ‘Notice Of Infringement’ To Samsung In Australia For Copyright Infringing Cases
Thomas Ricker / The Verge: Apple extends Samsung patent complaint to cases
Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
Kindle Fire On Track For Hundreds Of Millions Of Monthly Ad Impressions; Growing Faster Than The iPad In Early 2010 — Mobile ad network Millennial Media is releasing its monthly data for November. While Millennial, which is the largest independent mobile ad network, has focused on tracking iOS …
Discussion: CNET News, The Verge, Inside Mobile Apps, Electronista, ReadWriteWeb, Android Phone Fans, VR-Zone, 9to5Mac, MediaPost, BGR, GigaOM, paidContent, Fortune, PhoneArena and mediabistro.com, more at Mediagazer »
Lance Whitney / CNET News: Amazon Kindle Fire lighting up mobile ad network
Joanna Stern / The Verge: Popular iOS app ShowYou now available for the Kindle Fire, ignores Google's Market and Honeycomb
Kathleen De Vere / Inside Mobile Apps: The Kindle Fire is Growing Fast, But The iPhone Still Leads Mobile Ad Impressions
Quentyn Kennemer / Android Phone Fans: Amazon Issues Another Root-Breaking Kindle Fire Update; This Time Breaks the Root Method, Too
Christian Zibreg / 9to5Mac: Millennial: iOS and RIM gain over Android, Kindle Fire beats iPad in adoption rate
Mark Walsh / MediaPost: Ad Impressions On Kindle Fire Heating Up
Zach Epstein / BGR: Millennial: Kindle Fire outpaces iPad adoption but Android sees huge share drop in November
Ingrid Lunden / paidContent: Millennial Media Says Kindle Fire Impressions Growing 19 Percent Each Day
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Fortune: Millennial Media measures a small but real iPhone 4S effect
Phone Arena: Amazon Kindle Fire impressions grow at a stunning rate, Android loses share in November
David Cohen / mediabistro.com: Morning Media Newsfeed 12.20.11
Frederic Lardinois / SiliconFilter:
YouTube in 2011: Over 1,000,000,000,000 Playbacks, 140 Views for Every Person on Earth — We'll leave it up to the cultural anthropologists of the future to unravel the significance of the fact that Rebecca Black's “Friday” was the most watched video on YouTube in 2011.
Jon Mitchell / ReadWriteWeb: After A Trillion-View Year, What's Next For YouTube?
Jolie O'Dell / VentureBeat: YouTube calls 2011 “the year of the unexpected performer”
Christian Zibreg / 9to5Google: A trillion playbacks in 2011: Rebecca Black, Pitbull and other YouTube stats
Hayley Tsukayama / Washington Post: YouTube's year in review 2011
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD: Biggest YouTube Videos of the Year: Rebecca Black, of Course. And Pitbull?
Stuart Thomas / memeburn: YouTube unveils biggest videos of 2011
Brian Anthony Hernandez / Mashable!: YouTube's 10 Most-Viewed Videos of 2011
Rosa Golijan / msnbc.com: Rebecca Black tops YouTube's ‘most watched’ list
Paul Lamkin / Pocket-lint: YouTube hits 1 trillion playbacks in 2011
Paul Sawers / The Next Web: YouTube announces 1 trillion playbacks and rewinds 2011 to reveal the year's biggest video hits
John Plunkett / Guardian: YouTube: ‘talking’ dog is top video of 2011
‘Wolverine’ Pirate To Serve Year In Prison — LOS ANGELES - A New York man who admitted illegally uploading to the Internet a pirated, nearly final “workprint” copy of the movie “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” was sentenced this afternoon to one year in federal prison.
Discussion: Betabeat and VentureBeat
Horace Dediu / asymco:
The parable of RIM — Here are the highlights from RIM's latest quarter: — 14.1 million BlackBerry smartphones shipped, 13 million sold through — 150k PlayBook shipped with sell-through slightly higher. 800k PlayBooks shipped so far. — BlackBerry subscriber base up to 75 million
Dan Frommer / SplatF: RIM's rise and decline: A 10-year view
Laurie Segall / CNNMoney.com:
What's really behind Twitter's staff exodus — NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Twitter's transformation from startup to power player has hit its rocky adolescent stage. In the past six months, more than a dozen high-level employees have departed. The sudden exodus set Silicon Valley chattering: What's going on at Twitter?
Discussion: Venture Capital Dispatch and Washington Post
This Week In Douchebaggery: AllThis — Well, it's Monday - I guess that means it's time for another douchebag to create a startup on the Internet. — Introducing, Allthis.com. They list themselves as being in “beta” on their website and claim to be “the ten-minute exchange”.
Discussion: Boing Boing and Unicornfree, Thanks:joelhousman
Rob Beschizza / Boing Boing: Sorry, you can't buy our time from shifty startup Allthis
Robin Wauters / TechCrunch:
After Years Of Patent Litigation, Nuance Acquires Vlingo — In what Vlingo CEO Dave Grannan calls a ‘good outcome’ on Twitter, the voice-to-text technology company has just been acquired by speech recognition king Nuance. — Notably, Nuance has repeatedly sued Vlingo over patent infringement …
Discussion: AllThingsD, VentureBeat, GigaOM, BGR, 9to5Mac, Business Wire, The Tech Trade, Electronista, IntoMobile and BostInno
Ina Fried / AllThingsD: Nuance Buying Vlingo, a Rival It Once Sued
Sean Ludwig / VentureBeat: Nuance to acquire rival Vlingo to build a better Siri
Todd Haselton / BGR: Inspired by Siri's success, Nuance acquires Vlingo
Jordan Kahn / 9to5Mac: Nuance acquires speech recognition competitor Vlingo, Apple's speech engine choices dwindle
Eric Savitz / The Tech Trade: Nuance To Buy Vlingo
Gregory Gomer / BostInno: Nuance to Acquire Vlingo After Years of Legal Battles
The Hottest Holiday Gift Just got Hotter: Free Two-Day Shipping on All Kindles - Including Kindle Fire - in Time for Christmas — It's not too late to order Amazon's most popular gifts in time for Christmas - customers who order by 8 pm PT on December 21 will receive free two-day shipping on the $79 Kindle …
Discussion: Tech Trader Daily, VatorNews, VentureBeat, TechCrunch, GeekWire, GigaOM, Pulse2 and The Next Web
Tiernan Ray / Tech Trader Daily: AMZN: Piper Sees 5M ‘Fire’ Sold, Cuts EPS View
Bambi Francisco Roizen / VatorNews: Amazon offers free two-day shipping for the Kindle
Sean Ludwig / VentureBeat: Amazon attracts last-min shoppers with free 2-day shipping on all Kindles
Matt Burns / TechCrunch: Amazon Saves Christmas With Free Expedited Shipping For The Kindle And Thousands Of Other Items
Hunter Walk / Elapsed Time:
Hyperbolic Headlines: Five Ways the Zynga IPO Changes Everything!!! — The Zynga IPO changes everything!!!! Well, not really but the last few days have been a torrent of conjecture about the future of social games, tech IPOs and Mark Pincus' management style.
Shayndi Raice / Digits:
Groupon Launches Anti-Amazon Promotion of Sorts — Daily-deals site Groupon is firing back at Amazon by encouraging shoppers to buy local, not online. — Amazon, the world's biggest online retailer, on Dec. 10 offered customers discounts if they used its price-comparing smartphone app in a physical retail store.
Discussion: Groublogpon, WebProNews and The Equity Kicker
Jack Purcher / Patently Apple:
Apple Wins Patent for iPhone GUI Supporting Application Switching during a Call and More — The US Patent and Trademark Office officially published a series of eight newly granted patents for Apple Inc. today. This morning's report mainly focuses in on two of these patents.
Discussion: Inquirer, GigaOM, MacDailyNews, CBS News and iClarified
Kate O'Flaherty / Inquirer: Apple gets a patent for using apps during calls
Darrell Etherington / GigaOM: Apple's latest patent spells big trouble for competitors
Erik Sherman / CBS News: Apple patents using apps during calls
Robin Wauters / TechCrunch:
Google Puts $94M In Solar Projects; Clean Energy Investments Nearing $1B In Total — Google is ending 2011 with an investment that brings its total of renewable energy investments to an impressive $915 million. The online search and advertising juggernaut this morning announced …
Discussion: The Official Google Blog, @alexia, CNET News, Reuters, 9to5Google, PC World, Softpedia News, The Next Web, Silicon Republic, SlashGear, Forbes, PC Magazine and VentureBeat
Alexia Tsotsis / @alexia: This is a good song. Tip @Techmeme http://t.co/VZBaZTvu
Martin LaMonica / CNET News: Google still showers money on solar
Elyse Betters / 9to5Google: Google pumps $94M into solar projects causing clean energy investments to near $1B, Facebook joins green cause
Paul Sawers / The Next Web: Google makes a $94m ‘clean energy’ investment in 4 new solar power projects
Shane McGlaun / SlashGear: Google makes a new $94M investment in US solar energy projects
Leslie Horn / PC Magazine: Google Invests $94 Million in Solar Energy
Devindra Hardawar / VentureBeat: A sunny day for Google, invests $94M in solar power projects
Matthew Humphries / Geek.com:
Sony sued over PSN “can't sue us” clause — Following the huge security breach of the PlayStation Network, Sony realized that not only did it require better security for PSN, it also needed to protect itself as a company from millions of gamers potentially suing it in the future.
Discussion: PlayStation LifeStyle
Eric Eldon / TechCrunch:
Interview: Cornell's Dean Huttenlocher, On Expanding Into NYC And Building A Tech Ecosystem — Cornell University has won the bid to build the big new technology campus on Roosevelt Island that New York City has been looking to create. The plan is to foster a strong technology ecosystem …
Zach Epstein / BGR:
HTC responds to ITC ruling, says it has a solution ready to address Apple patent violations — HTC on Monday responded to a ruling from the United States International Trade Commission that will ban the import of several HTC devices beginning April 19th, 2012.
Discussion: Ars Technica, Financial Times, Edible Apple, The Register, Reuters, Pocket-lint, IntoMobile, SlashGear, WebProNews, Inquirer, Computerworld, paidContent, VentureBeat, Betabeat, Guardian, Gizmodo UK, The Tech Trade, Engadget, WMPoweruser and Light Reading, Thanks:zacharye
Chris Foresman / Ars Technica: Apple's first major legal win against Android is no slam dunk
Rik Myslewski / The Register: Apple wins skirmish in HTC-Google patent war
Paul Lamkin / Pocket-lint: HTC faces US ban after Apple patent win
Kelly Hodgkins / IntoMobile: HTC responds to ITC ban, says infringement is easily fixed
Chris Davies / SlashGear: HTC: ITC Apple decision “is a win for HTC”
Shaylin Clark / WebProNews: Apple Gets HTC Phones Banned In Patent Case
Dave Neal / Inquirer: Apple claims HTC Android features scalp
Richi Jennings / Computerworld: HTC and Apple BOTH claim victory: Come again?
Jennifer Van Grove / VentureBeat: Apple knocks HTC (and Android) on its side with patent victory
Foster Kamer / Betabeat: Apple Wins Patent Ruling Against HTC, HTC is All Like 'Doesn't Matter, We're Still Awesome, LOL'
Terrence O'Brien / Engadget: ITC sides with Apple, bans sale and import of some HTC phones (updated)
Sarah Reedy / Light Reading: Apple Wins HTC Patent Suit
Florian Mueller / FOSS Patents:
Apple wins ITC ruling of narrow technical scope against HTC: a limited victory but just the beginning
Apple wins ITC ruling of narrow technical scope against HTC: a limited victory but just the beginning
Discussion: BGR, eWeek, Digits, Reuters, Bits, Open Source Blog, SlashGear, Appolicious Advisor, PC Magazine, The Next Web, Techie Buzz, Computerworld, TechEye, Phones Review, The Verge, L.A. Times Tech Blog, Dice Blog Network, Forbes, xda-developers, CNET News, Android and Me, Mashable!, Fortune, Washington Post, AllThingsD, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Forbes, iClarified, InfoWorld, Android Phone Fans, LAPTOP Magazine, 9to5Mac, GottaBeMobile, MobileBurn.com, BGR, Business Insider and GigaOM
Zach Epstein / BGR: Apple takes patent attacks in a new direction
Nicholas Kolakowski / eWeek: Apple Patent Victory Unlikely to Damage HTC, Android
Damon Darlin / Bits: Daily Report: Apple's Victory in Patent Ruling Hits Google
Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols / Open Source Blog: Apple gets U.S. ban on HTC Android phones sales... for now
Kristen Nicole / Appolicious Advisor: HTC ban on Android imports begins next year
Chloe Albanesius / PC Magazine: ITC Bans Import of HTC Android Devices in Apple Patent Fight
Matthew Panzarino / The Next Web: Apple wins ruling with ITC banning import of some HTC devices starting April, 2012
Parth Dhebar / Techie Buzz: Apple Wins Patent Case Against HTC
Jonny Evans / Computerworld: Apple beats HTC/Android in iPhone UI ITC skirmish
Nick Farrell / TechEye: Apple “victory” over HTC looks more like defeat
James / Phones Review: News on Apple HTC Lawsuit
Nathan Olivarez-Giles / L.A. Times Tech Blog: ITC to ban select HTC Android phones in Apple patent win
Vincent Chow / Dice Blog Network: HTC Says Patent Ruling Is A Victory Over Apple
Azrienoch / xda-developers: Underwhelming ITC Ban of Some HTC Devices
Declan McCullagh / CNET News: Apple wins patent victory over HTC, which faces looming import ban
Peter Pachal / Mashable!: Apple Wins Patent Victory Over Android, but Does It Matter?
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Fortune: Apple wins limited ruling in important Android patent suit
Hayley Tsukayama / Washington Post: ITC to rule on Apple, HTC case
Nick Wingfield / New York Times: Apple Wins Partial Victory on Smartphone Patent Claim
Jessica E. Vascellaro / Wall Street Journal: Apple Ruling Hits Android
Tero Kuittinen / Forbes: Apple Deals HTC a Stinging Patent Loss - Could Help Windows
Stephen Lawson / InfoWorld: Apple wins ITC backing against HTC
Quentyn Kennemer / Android Phone Fans: Apple Wins Ban Over Import of HTC Android Devices in the US; HTC Plans to Work-Around Patent Violation
Michael A. Prospero / LAPTOP Magazine: HTC Violated Apple Patents, Faces U.S. Ban of Phones
Mark Gurman / 9to5Mac: ITC rules: HTC violated Apple patents, some HTC devices banned in US starting April 19
Zach Epstein / BGR: ITC to review decision in HTC vs. Apple patent spat
Jay Yarow / Business Insider: Apple Wins Patent Lawsuit Against HTC
Darrell Etherington / GigaOM: Apple wins import ban on select HTC smartphones