Apple’s ongoing patent lawsuit adds Samsung’s Galaxy S III, Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note 10.1, without thinking twice

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Apple’s new hobby looks like suing Samsung, as they isn’t their first time trying to grab some money out of  Samsung’s pocket. As they have just recently finished suing Samsung in South Korea, and California, they have decided to have another round at it. However,  this time their adding Samsung’s Galaxy S III, Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note 10.1, to what they claim their “violated” patent list. Although sometimes they come out successful, it’s not like Apple never copied anyone else (*cough, cough*… Microsoft).

Source: Apple Insider, Apple’s legal complaint (PDF)



200 million galaxies and 7 billion years of data form the largest 3D map of the universe

Sloan Digital Sky Survey has conduct a project spanning 12 years at New Mexico’s  Apache Point Observatory which has been finally completed. This data not only spans 200 million galaxies but uses 7 billion years of planetary activity to combine this gigantic 3D map.  Finally, this map only makes us feel even smaller on tiny planet Earth when you watch the  universe unfold in 1.5 minutes.

Source: The Atlantic


Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10.1 UI appears on YouTube, getting ready for its debut

As the clock ticks closer to August 26, Samsung has decided to give us a small taste of what the Galaxy Note 10.1 will look like. According to their official announcement, they have provided us with a list of specs which highlights that it comes with a quad-core processor and 3G. But bear in mind, that this tablet will probably hit the $500 dollar price range. For the full list of specs just take a peek below at the source link.

Source: Samsung Press