Technology – 21 September 2012

AT&T Waging War Against Texting While Driving

Written by Angela Moscaritolo, Published on PC Mag.

AT&T has a simple message for drivers across the country: No text is worth risking your life.

Linux Drives the Open Source Car

Written by Doug Newcomb, Published on Wired.

The major roadblock to the rapid adoption of technology in cars has always been vehicles’ long production cycles. But automakers are also guilty of hampering wide-scale innovation with their proprietary approach to infotainment systems and software, while dragging their feet on a collaborative, open source solution that would benefit consumers and car tech overall.

iPhone 5: The wait is over

Written by Doug Gross, Published on CNN.

Friday morning around the world, some of those diehards who spent hours waiting in line were being greeted with open doors at Apple stores and other retailers selling the new iPhone 5.

Samsung escalates war on iPhone 5 as launch looms

Written by Hayley Tsukayama, Published on Washington Post.

Samsung also said that it is planning to add the iPhone 5 to a list of devices it says infringe on the company’s patents in an upcoming court case against Apple.

Microsoft scores another victory against Google in German court

Written by Michael Rougeau, Published on Tech Radar.

Another ongoing patent war rages on, and once again, things aren’t going well for Google-owned Motorola Mobility.

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