Nintendo, a game console maker, was liable for a patent infringement case and was fined with $30.2 million in total damages.
The game maker was said to have used a patent for a 3D technology which requires no 3D glasses in their gaming device called Nintendo 3Ds which was invented by Seijiro Tomita.
According to Reuters, the New York federal jury already ruled and concluded that Nintendo have violated and infringe a patent and awarded the inventor, Seijiro Tomita, the fine which cost the game maker a whopping $30.2 million as compensation.
Seijiro Tomita, a Japanese that used . . . → Read More: Nintendo Fines $30.2 Million for Patent Infringement Case
It seems like after having currently opened the HTC EVO 3D and the Motorola Photon 4G this summer, Sprint’s 4G fall lineup will get even more aggressive with what appears to be the latest high-end smartphones for the Now Network. As we have heard before, there is the latest Galaxy S II variant that will open as the Epic 4G Touch. That device was previously reported as the Sprint Samsung Within, but it looks like Sprint has decided to carry forward with its Epic franchise.
Additionally, there will be two latest smartphones from Motorola and HTC. There is the HTC . . . → Read More: Names Come Out for Latest Sprint 4G Smartphone
The latest myTouch 4G Slide of T-Mobile has been announced, claiming that the HTC-built handset sports the most higher camera accessible in any smartphone.
The myTouch 4G Slide camera marks a broad opening lens (f/2.2), a dual-LED flash, and zero shutter lag so users could be secure they are getting the exact time when they snap a picture. The camera as well features a SweepShot panorama mode for capturing a panorama in a single motion, ClearShot HDR for high-contrast lighting shots, and a burst mode for capturing action. The camera could as well shoot 1080p high-definition video and . . . → Read More: T-Mobile Launches myTouch 4G Slide