Rhino joins Hooha, a free Android program built for the new microblogging network, which describes itself as developer-friendly and ad-free.
The February case has already resulted in a ban on the sale of Galaxy Nexus phones in the United States, although that injunction is pending appeal.
New devices detected by online clipping service may be iPad 2 in a smaller package with its graphics capabilities too limited to run Apple's eye-popping Retina display.
Samsung is huddling with American wireless carriers to discuss design modifications to its phones.
Customers seem to have rushed out to buy the Galaxy S III, even though it wasn't affected by the patent case.
CNN's Election Insights to show 'as-it's-happening' info on social-media discussions on presidential candidates.
Everyone's guessing about the real winners and losers in this high-tech case.
The Bluetooth speakers from Carbon Audio bring impressive quality -- and a microphone -- to smartphones and tablets.
One trial ends, but the patent wars continue and the long-term effect on the smartphone market is yet to be revealed.
The company's refreshed emblem is greeted as more friendly by some, and derided as dull by others.
The search giant has posted a job notice for a data privacy engineer for its privacy "red team."
Whatever the verdict in the 'tech trial of the century,' the outcome will be a settlement, analyst predicts.
InstallFree Nexus is an intriguing option for Word lovers who crave Office via the Web or on an iPad.
WinPho's market growth and BlackBerry's free fall combine to push smartphones running Microsoft's mobile OS past the Canadian smartphone maker.
Articles by John P. Mello Jr