In a recent deal between Samsung & Microsoft, Microsoft will get a $5 royalty fee per device.
This deal was struck on the grounds that Microsoft holds patents for some technologies found in certain Android features.
In the past 9 months, Microsoft has gone after many Android Mobile phone and Tablet manufacturers, like HTC, ViewSonic, Acer.
“Microsoft has found a new cash cow” is what is being said about Microsoft, trying to get a slice from everyone’s profit.
There are many more manufacturers who are yet to come under the cross-hairs, like Dell, Sony, Sony Ericsson, Asus, LG and Toshiba.
Currently, Microsoft hasn’t made any move to suggest that its going to sue Google over Android.
Mark Lemley, A Law professor said “Large companies in the IT industry normally avoid suing each other directly”.
SONY launched world’s first 3D compatible head-mounted display, equipped with an HD OLED panel which is capable of screening 2D and 3D content.
It is equipped with two 0.7in high definition organic light emitting diode (OLED) panels and 5.1 channel dynamic audio headphone.
The gadget enables the wearer to experience cinema-like viewing, equivalent to watching a 750-inch screen from 20 metres away.
It is being called The Personal 3D Viewer, or HMZ-T1.
YouTube has introduced a brand new online video editor for the users, Users can now edit their uploaded videos online.
The most exciting part of this feature is that it’s free.
This online editor comes with a variety of features listed below,
- Combine videos
- Add music
- Trim clips
- Insert transitions
- Rotate clips
- Stabilize clips