Fire up your Galaxy S5, T-Mobile customers: You should have a sweet surprise waiting for your phone. Several sources are reporting that the Android 5.0, or Lollipop, software upgrade is now available for the T-Mobile version of Samsung’s current flagship phone; either as an over- the-air upgrade or a download through Samsung’s Kies application. The update reportedly measures in at over 900MB in size and will add the look of Google’s Material Design, interactive lockscreen notifications, battery life optimizations and more to your Galaxy S5.
Now that Qualcomm has to pay $975 million to settle an anti-trust in China, you’d think that’s the last we’d hear about it. Nope. It appears that South Korea is going to take its turn to investigate Qualcomm’s practices in that country according to Mobile World Live. In 2009, Qualcomm paid $200 million in fines for “unreasonable and discriminatory terms for licensing its patents” in South Korea, so this isn’t the company’s first rodeo there. Although Qualcomm chips power the bulk of smartphones and tablets today, nearly a third of its $27 billion in revenue last year came from royalties and licensing of its patents.