With its delay of its new B10 OS, tons of rumors about possible acquisitions and other drama falling down on RIM at a regular basis, they just can’t seem to catch a break. Luckily, a California Judge has finally given them that big break, overturning a recent ruling on a patent infringement case against RIM.
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Google’s much anticipated next-generation Nexus 7 tablet should be unveiled this week, but that doesn’t mean we won’t see any more leaks related to the device. This latest leak, which seems to be a press image of the Asus-made tablet, comes from @evleaks.
St. Cloud, Florida, launched what is generally thought to be believed America’s first free citywide Wi-Fi network last month, and the 28,000 residents of the 15-mile-square Orlando suburb are still waiting for perfection. Many are still paying for their service because the free providers are still working out the kinks, like dead spots and weak […]