As previously rumored, Google on Monday confirmed that it had tapped Samsung to manufacture the second incarnation of its Nexus Android phone, which will be the first to run the company’s Android 2.3 “Gingerbread OS.”
The Nexus S will sell for 9 with a two-year service contract through T-Mobile here in the US beginning December 16. It will also be offered without a contract for 9. Either way, Google has hopes that the second incarnation does a whole lot better than the first.
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Motorola subsidiary Motorola Mobility sued Apple on Wednesday, claiming the Cupertino company infringed on 18 patents it holds covering a range of wireless technologies. The suit was filed in two US District courts: one in the Northern District of Illinois and the other in the Southern District of Florida.
Among the technologies covered are those related to GPRS and 3G, as well as 802.11 wireless Internet. Other functions that the patents cover include technologies which have become staples of the iPhone including multi-device synchronization, proximity sensors, and location based services.