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Fujifilm Sues Motorola Mobility Over Android Patents, Takes A Comfy Seat On The Bandwagon

When you try to think of companies that have a motivation to sue over smartphone patents involving Android, Fujifilm may very well be close to the bottom of the list, but you'd be wrong. The company has recently filed a lawsuit against Google subsidiary Motorola Mobility for infringing four of its patents.

The brouhaha began back in April 2011 (for those counting, that's a solid four months before Google even announced its acquisition of the company).

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HTC DROID Incredible 4G LTE Review: DROID Doesn't

If Verizon's DROID brand is the Alamo (and at this point, it sure seems like it is), then the Incredible is Davy Crockett's trusty rifle Old Betsy (yeah yeah, I know he didn't he use it at the Alamo.)

The original Incredible was the best Android phone available when it stormed onto the scene in April of 2010. The follow-up Incredible 2 was still a hot-shot, though its 4" display and lack of 4G had it outgunned from the start, relegating it to a "high end of the mid-range" role in Verizon's Android lineup.

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[The Android Police Week In Review] The Biggest Android Stories Of The Week (7/1/12-7/8/12)

It's time for the Android Police Week In Review, your source for the most important Android bullet points of the week. You can catch a lot of this news in our podcast as well.

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Android at Arms (legal news)

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[The Android Police Podcast] Episode 17: It's Not A Tablet, It's Just Shaped Like One

Welcome back to another week of the Android Police Podcast. Spoiler alert: this one is really long. We're talking about Jelly Bean, Galaxy Nexus banhammering, and the Nexus 7. So at least it's interesting. We think (hope).

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Android at Arms (legal news)

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US Judge Issues Injunction To Stop Sale Of Galaxy Tab 10.1, Apple Parties Like It's Mid-2011

I have bad news, good news, and news that goes both ways. The bad news: one of Apple's 8,000 lawsuits has finally borne fruit, and it's rather substantial. A US judge has issued a preliminary injunction against the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, meaning that once Apple posts a $2.6 million bond, the Tab 10.1 will have to be yanked from store shelves. (That $2.6 million is in case the injunction is later reversed, so that Apple can compensate Samsung.)

Luckily, there's that other news.

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[The Android Police Week In Review] The Biggest Android Stories Of The Week (6/10/12-6/17/12)

Welcome back to another edition of the Android Police Week In Review. It's like news inception. You can also catch a lot of these stories on our weekly podcast - available here, and broadcasting live every Thursday at 5:00 PM PST.

Hardware Reviews

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[The Android Police Podcast] Episode 14: The Perfect Storm Of Battery Suckage

Welcome back to another week of the Android Police podcast - be sure to catch us live every Thursday at 5:00PM PST, too!

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Carrier 411

Rumor Roundup

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[The Android Police Week In Review] The Biggest Android Stories Of The Week (6/3/12-6/10/12)

It's that time again - time for the Android Police Week In Review (and probably for you to find something more productive to do on a Sunday). Don't forget, you can catch a lot of this news on our weekly podcast, which we can transmit directly to your ears, free of charge.

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Carrier 411

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[The Android Police Podcast] Episode 13: Too Many Meats In Your Mouth... Turducken

Welcome back to the Android Police Podcast, where we've occasionally been known to sometimes actually talk about Android. On this week's episode: Galaxy S III US invasion, patent slap-fights, and turduckens. Last night was also our first live episode, and you'll be able to catch us live every week here on out every Thursday at 5PM PST / 8PM EST.

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Carrier 411

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Oracle Wants Some Karma Back, Sues Patent Troll Lodsys, Wants All Its Patents Invalidated

What an interesting turn of events - Oracle just sued a notorious patent troll Lodsys, seeking invalidation of four of Lodsys' patents. In fact, these are all the patents Lodsys owns - if Oracle wins, Lodsys will have nothing to threaten innocent developers with.

If you haven't been following the Lodsys drama for the past year+, let me step back for a brief history lesson. Lodsys LLC, a Texas patent troll shell corporation, has been harassing various developers since early 2011, including many with Android apps in the Play Store.

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