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Sprint’s Updates About Upcoming Gadgets in 2012

Sprints Updates-About-Upcoming-Gadgets-in-2012If you were  hopeing that the Apple announcement of Tuesday would be trumped by an exclusive iPhone5 on Sprint you were wrong. The confirmation from company that no new handsets would be shown off at its Strategy Event. Instead, the carrier is specializing in how it intends to bundle all of these separate radios — CDMA, LTE, WiMAX  into a future device line up.

Emphasizing the requirement for an enhanced user expertise over 4G technology selling, the operator stressed a commitment to supporting existing WiMAX subs.

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Velocity Micro latest to cough up Android licensing fees to Microsoft

Velocity Micro Latest to Give Android licensing fees to Microsoft

Velocity Micro latest to cough up Android licensing fees to MicrosoftA company using Android has agreed to give patent licensing fees to Microsoft, because the IP shakedown continues. Velocity Micro follows General Dynamics Itronix in settling up with Microsoft to be used of unspecified mobile patents regarding its current and future Cruz Android tablets, like the 3 models revealed at CES back in January.
The exact terms of the deal haven’t been created public, nor specifically what Velocity Micro are going to be paying Microsoft. Still, it’s all cash within the bank for the corporate, that is believed to form extra money from royalties on Android handsets sold than it will on licensing out Windows Phone to its own OEM customers. Back in could, analysts estimated that HTC paid Microsoft $5 for each Android device it sold.

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