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Category Archives: Samsung
This is awesome: The design for three Galaxy tablets doesn’t infringe Apple’s registered design, Judge Colin Birss said today in London in a court fight between the world’s two biggest makers of smartphones. Consumers aren’t likely to get the tablet … Continue reading
This is way better than a QR Code.
Could the patent wars be ending soon? Doubtful…..
Eric Slivka interprets the announcement of Panasonic’s high resolution display as a preview of the technology to arrive on a MacBook Pro. Currently, Samsung and LG are the two makers of displays for the Pro and Air line.
Nik Cubrilovic argues that the design of the iPad is a natural evolution of designing tablet computing devices, using the idea that the Crunchpad (later the JooJoo) and the Samsung Galaxy Tab (currently in spat with Apple) share similar maxims … Continue reading
Interesting look into the flexible, transparent display Samsung is said to be releasing in 2012. (Includes Video)
According to the WSJ Apple has been beaten by Samsung this quarter for top smartphone vendor. It reported that Samsung shipped more than 20 million smartphones this quarter.
It’s a great gesture, but it does contrast with Apple’s continued push to get the iPhone 4S into consumers’ hands.
DigiTimes is reporting a possible acquisition of WebOS by Samsung. The report claims Samsung is looking to compete with Google and Apple in the mobile OS world. This would make some sense given Samsung’s recent legal battles with its use … Continue reading
What makes the iPad the hottest selling tablet (and PC in general)? Tarun discusses the recipe of the iPad and how this is just one product in Apple’s giant cookbook of products that have yet to come. Continue reading
Chris and Tarun discuss the recent wave of opinions about patents; The TouchPad’s continued slashing of prices (and desirability); Nintendo’s inane refusal to develop for the App Store; Apple’s slam on Intel to produce low-powered chips for Ultrabooks; Wal-Mart closing … Continue reading
Today Samsung hit another road block with its new Galaxy Tab 10.1. The company cannot sell the device in the European Union now, with the exception of the Netherlands. Apple won a preliminary injunction against Samsung. Samsung will of course be … Continue reading
There is an ongoing patent dispute between Apple and Samsung that has certainly taken an interesting turn. Samsung is stopping the sale of its new Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Australia until it figures out what is going to happen with … Continue reading
For anyone looking to start a new Verizon contract should be aware that Verizon started their tiered data packages today. The new plans allow customers to purchase a wide range of data options. As many observers will note, this has … Continue reading
Samsung is shipping a successful phone worldwide, but can it compete in the US? Also as a historical benchmark: Apple sold about half that number in iPhone 4s in 3 days.
Today marks the 20 year anniversary of the first cell phone call over the GSM standard. This may not seem like a big deal, but GSM is now the dominant technology across the globe. The GSM standard has come a long way … Continue reading
Why don’t you reallocate your funding from legal to development, instead?