Monday, September 3, 2012

Gadget Lab Show: E-readers And Apple V. Samsung

This week on the Gadget Lab show, the group talks about a couple of new e-readers attack the marketplace and what the result of the Apple v. Samsung hearing means for consumers.

First up, reviews editor Michael Calore and staff bard Roberto Baldwin speak e-reader and inscription news. Amazon is approaching to let go a new Kindle Fire next week. Sony moreover expelled a new touch-based e-reader recently. Compared to other tablets similar to the Nook and Amazon's yet-to-be voiced new offerings, Sony seems to be personification grasp up in this space. For instance, nonetheless the shade is nice, it has uncanny artifacting belongings that its competitors don't.

Next, staff bard Christina Bonnington joins Mike to speak about the jury verdict in the "patent box of the century," Apple v. Samsung . The jury ruled heavily in preference of Apple, that means you could see increased prices on Android products in the future, and maybe more smartphone pattern diversity. But the box is still up in the air in a few respects, as Judge Koh can arrange the amount Samsung owes up to 300 percent, and the hearing for Apple's last claim on Samsung's products won't take place until December.

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Gadget Lab audio podcast #170

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