The iPhone 5 that Apple introduced last week with only incremental changes seemed to signal that the smartphone industry has entered an era of technological bunny hops.

Today in a post on his personal blog, Google developer Tim Bray wrote elliptically of a project he’s working on that could—if he means what I think he means—radically change our experience of using the Internet—for the better.
“Logging in is annoying and slows you down.

Samsung isn’t taking the iPhone 5 launch lying down, and it shouldn’t surprise you to learn that nobody else is taking anything lying down either, ever.

Of course your smartphone (or tablet) can handle Karaoke, but you don’t want to have to hold a screen while you’re rocking out and driving the neighbors insane;

Acer was planning on launching a low-end phone in China running Aliyun OS, a Linux based operating system that’s only relevant to us because it wasn’t Android.

Though we won’t get an official side-by-side comparisons of the camera in the iPhone 4S and the new iPhone 5 until we get our hands on it, this is about as close as it gets:

Apart from that phone lost in a bar, the iPhone 5 is the most leaked phone in Apple’s history. We basically know—with 99% certainty—what it will look like when it gets announced tomorrow, both in white and black versions.
So why wait to get pictures of Tim Cook doing his show-and-tell?

Nexus 7, Kindle Fire, (almost certainly) iPad Mini; it seems like getting their tablets out there. But what about Barnes and Noble? A source at Digital Trends says there’s a new Nook getting announced this month, and it might be a Windows 8 tab.
There’s already evidence that suggests a new Nook is…

While the big Apple vs. Samsung case is finished in the U.S. there are plenty of other patent skirmishes between the two here and around the globe. In an attempt to narrowly avoid a recall and ban in the Netherlands, Samsung threw Android under the bus, claiming that its’ phones couldn’t be…