admin · Aug 12, 2011 at 03:57 pm

Motorola’s Plans to Sue Android Manufacturers [Weekly Recap – 12 August 2011]

As the Patent Wars rage on, turning manufacturers against one another, Azrienoch proposes yet another solution in this episode of XDA TV. This time, Motorola is planning to shoot itself in the foot by suing other manufacturers of Android devices, just as Microsoft did, and Apple is trying to do. If these plans go through, Motorola could find itself in an ghost town, where Android used to live. Azrienoch also talks about XDA’s new initiative, Operation Iron Fist, which will send ungrateful users to a very hot, torturous place where Steve Jobs holds a pitchfork. And SassiBoB reviews an app called PC Monitor. Click on for the video!

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Newsplat with Caplat — 8 August — XDA TV

Newsplat with Caplat — 10 August — XDA TV

HTC OpenSense SDK and Kernel Source Code Released!

Unofficial XDA TV App Now Optimized for Phones Too!

XDA TV App Gets a Makeover

Motorola Triumph Forums Added

Operation “Iron Fist” is Now in Full Force

Writepad: Handwriting Optimised For Stylus — Beta Testers Required

JBED — Run Java Games And Apps On Your Android Device

Monitor your PC with your Android Device

Gameboy Emulator For Windows Phone 7

DFT Released HSPL / RSPL for HTC WP7 First Generation Devices

Android Patent Trouble Worsens: Motorola Considers Collecting IP Royalties


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