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NVIDIA Sues Samsung And Qualcomm For Violation Of Seven GPU Patents, Seeks To Block Hardware Shipments

If you were hoping that the litigious nature of the consumer electronics industry would fade out any time soon, well, keep on hoping. Today NVIDIA announced that it has initiated a suit against phone and tablet manufacturer Samsung and mobile chip supplier Qualcomm in the US District Court of Delaware for violating seven of its patents. The company is also petitioning the International Trade Commission to block shipments of Samsung devices using Adreno, Mali, or PowerVR graphical processing units.

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New Leaked Video Shows Off The New Moto X (X+1) And Its Familiar Flick-To-Launch Camera Gesture

One of the less dramatic software additions to the Moto X was the handy and unobtrusive camera launch gesture. While most phones have a quick-launch function for the camera on the lockscreen, the Moto X (and Verizon's me-too DROIDs from 2013) can quickly access the camera with two twists of the wrist, even when the phone's screen is off. According to a video spotted by A Tech Website (no, that's really the name) the upcoming Moto X+1, or possibly "the new Moto X," retains this function.

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Moto X+1 And New Moto G Seemingly Appear On German Retailer's Site With Full Specs

Motorola is still teasing us all with a few more hours of waiting before the X+1, Moto G, and everything else is official, but the phones have apparently broken cover on the website of German retailer Media Markt. The pages have a few images, but we've seen those leaked already. What's of primary interest here is the full spec list for both devices.

2014-09-04 17_05_41-MOTOROLA Moto X ™ (2nd Generation) black _ black 16 GB buy smartphones at Media

The page calls the new X simply "Moto X (2nd generation)," so perhaps the rumored name isn't accurate, or Media Markt is still using a place-holder.

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Hands-On With The Sony Xperia Z3, Z3 Compact, Z3 Tablet Compact, And Smartwatch 3

We had a chance to take a few minutes with Sony's latest and greatest in Berlin earlier today, and I have to say: we left impressed. While the company's smartphones have had basically zero market penetration in the US (aside from on T-Mobile), the Z1 and Z2 were both fine flagship devices when stacked up against their contemporary competitors.

Xperia Z3

The Z3 isn't a big upgrade over the Z2, for sure, but it does have a few noteworthy refinements.

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[Update: Planned Release Date] Hands-On With LG's G Watch R: It's Better In Person (Really)

LG says it has been working on the G Watch R for two years. Whether this is true or not, the manufacturer now positions the original G Watch as a "reference device," which makes sense given their partnership with Google on the product and its speedy release after Google I/O. At any rate, the G Watch R is positioned as a product more in keeping with LG's design philosophy and the key elements the company (and more specifically its designers) believe make a good, compelling smart watch.

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[Update: It's Live] Verizon HTC One M7 To Get Android 4.4.3 OTA Update With Extreme Power Saving Mode Sometime This Week

Update 9/4/14: The update is now live, and here's the full changelog:

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HTC One M7 owners using Verizon's network have a treat coming down the pipeline in a matter of days. The company's Vice President of Product Management Mo Versi has taken to Twitter to announce that an over-the-air update bring Android 4.4.3 is due out later this week. This version of Android will apparently be joined by the awaited Extreme Power Saving mode as well.

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The New Moto G Leaks On Video Ahead Of Official Announcement [Update: Device Pics]

Motorola is revealing its new line of products today, but only for press that are in Chicago for the private event. Everyone else gets to wait until 1AM central time for the embargo to drop. Well, a Brazilian retailer called Lojas Colombo may have jumped the gun a little by posting (and quickly pulling) a YouTube video showing off the new Moto G. Don't worry, there's a mirror below.

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Huawei Announces The Ascend Mate7 With A 6-inch 1080p Screen, Octa-Core Processor, 4100mAh Battery, And More

The last Ascend Mate from Huawei was an interesting device with an affordable price point, but you had to make some sacrifices to get comfortable with that sweet phablet-y goodness. It was only 720p, had an older processor, and the storage was lacking. The newly announced Ascend Mate7 is a big phone with many fewer sacrifices.

Huawei Ascend Mate7_Group 2_Hi res[9]

The specs are a lot more presentable this time around. Here's what we've got to work with.

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PC Mag: The Sony Xperia Z3 Will Come To Verizon As The Xperia Z3v

For years now, we've been drooling over Sony's high-end hardware and gorgeous industrial design, only to be bummed since the phones rarely come to the United States. Sony and T-Mobile have a pretty good relationship, as evidenced by yesterday's announcement that the new Xperia Z3 would launch on the carrier in the US. But according to a recent post from PC Mag, Verizon may be getting some Sony phone hardware for the first time in years.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 Coming To Sprint On September 12th Priced At $649.99

Sprint has announced that it will start offering an LTE version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 on Friday, September 12th. The carrier is only willing to let go of the tablet for customers who can pay $27.09 a month for two years or drop down $649.99 in cold hard cash right on the counter. Either way, buyers aren't walking out without a service plan, but if they didn't want one, then they were better off buying the Wi-Fi version for $100 less anyway.

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