Apple wins preliminary injunction against Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 sales in the States


So, thi sis a first for Apple in the United States. U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh late Tuesday issued a ruling, granting the injunction of the original Galaxy Tab 10.1 and its sales in the United States, pending further review. What this means for Samsung is that the damage has already been done, and now it’s time to defend, then jump to offense. Furthermore, Judge Koh went on to say that, “Although Samsung has a right to compete, it does not have a right to compete unfairly by flooding the market with infringing products.”

Let’s see how far this one rolls out. Via: AllThingsD

Nintendo 3DS XL seen in hands-on video, somewhere in France

So unexpectedly, Puissance Nintendo , a French site got their grimy hands on a Nintendo 3DS XL to see just what it’s like — and to give us tech sites a swift kick in the pants about what’s going on with the 3DS. As stated by Nintendo when they announced the 3DS last week, the screens of the 3DS XL are 90% larger than the original’s. Apparently the site also says that some sort of filtering is in effect to keep the 3D bearable and even enjoyable, as well even weight distribution, because let’s face it: the 3DS XL is freaking huge. See the video after the break.

Brevity Review: Adidas Boat Lace ClimaCool Shoes — Highly Approved

This is a first for me: reviewing shoes. Granted, they implement ClimaCool technology, and since that is a technology, it passes the imaginary restrictions and requirements I’ve put in place the past few years about what I can and cannot review. They’re cool, cost only seventy dollars, and look flexible, so I had to.

With that out of the way, I guess it time for me to say what the Boat Lace CC shoes by Adidas are like: like socks combined with slippers — they’re very comfortable, as soon as I broke into them within 30 minutes from taking them out the box, fresh shoe smell included. And since they possess a “water grip” on the soles, paired with the fact they actually are sneakers, they make for some very comfortable summer footwear, that actually look great with jeans, no matter what size the shoe is (like the size 10 that I wear).

Adidas Boat Lace CC Gallery

Style-wise, the Boat Lace CC comes in two flavors: black or “grey”, the latter more like a mocha brown. All models have the green accents, with the famous Adidas triple parallel stripes in white. Costing only $70, they are a very healthy suggestion for anyone who wants an easy pair of sneakers to wear, without the restriction of movement or air.  When I was between the ages of 10-14, Adidas was the only brand of shoe I used to wear when playing tennis tournaments back in Florida. I happy to see that a couple of years later, Adidas still has awesome designers with great technology — basically, they’ll make any bipedal happy. Nice work, Adidas.

Score: 9/10

Available for $70 at Adidas 

Microsoft video shows us how fancy the new Windows Phone Start Screen is


So, Microsoft feels very confident about all of the new features in Windows Phone 8, but of course, there is a distinct lack of public optimism when it comes to legacy devices getting the upgrade this fall; Microsoft says it isn’t possible. So, what’s a multi-billion dollar manufacturer to do? Well, you could release Windows Phone 7.8, which has a couple of the features that WP8 has, like the redesigned Start Screen, which is demonstrated with as much upbringing as possible, by Microsoft in the video above.

Mozilla’s new Firefox for Android: it’s faster, has Flash, and looks better

There’s a new build of native Firefox rolling about the Google Play Store for Android, specifically version 14. It adds Flash support, speedier browsing, a new welcome page, those new Australis style tabs, and HTML5. Most reports make mention of the fast startup times and overall quicker browsing experience, so don’t mind me while I go load it up on our variety of dual-core Android handsets, like the Galaxy S III. Anyways, let’s not forget a better  phone makes the experience even faster. Press release below.

Samsung Galaxy S III Review (Sprint)

Coming from the world’s largest manufacturer is the successor to one of the most successful smartphone lines of all time — the Galaxy S III. It is a artwork on its own, with an extremely sleek design, complemented by the now subtle yet useful touches of Touchwiz on the Android 4.0 platform. This particular unit belongs to Sprint, who’s upcoming 4G LTE network it sill support, but in the meantime uses a simpler, but usable 3G connection. Complete with the latest processor technology, screen, design, networks, and a rise of amazing apps, the Galaxy S III has what it takes.

But, now it’s time to see if the Galaxy S III has a place in Android’s great journey. Read the LaptopMemo review below.