Samsung Galaxy S III
Samsung’s chief executive predicted last month that sales of the Galaxy S3 would hit 10 million by the end of July and it appears to have passed that milestone a little early. Shin Jong-kyun, the president of Samsung’s information technology and mobile communication division, told reporters that the Android-powered smartphone surpassed the 10 million sales Continue Reading →
The folks at Samsung have sent our invites to the press for a “major” Galaxy-line announcement on the 15th of August, fueling rumors that a second-generation Galaxy Note device is in the works. As Samsung has already announced and released their king of smartphones, the Galaxy S III, it’s time for their queen, if you Continue Reading →
You can’t blame ’em for trying, but it’s no surprise that Samsung’s second attempt to put a hold on the impending American ban of its Galaxy Tab failed. Judge Koh has already say the preliminary injunction could not wait while the Korean company pursued an appeal, and now the Court of Appeals is backing her Continue Reading →
Galaxy Tab & iPad
A British judge ruled Wednesday that Apple must run ads in U.K. newspapers saying that Samsung Electronics didn’t copy designs for its iPad – the jurisprudential equivalent of ordering a pupil to write “I will not engage in spurious patent battles” on the blackboard 10,000 times. But new research on online ad campaigns on Yahoo Continue Reading →
Apple vs. Samsung
Samsung won a victory over Apple in the UK high court as part of its world-spanning battle over intellectual property and design after a judge ruled the design of its Galaxy Tab isn’t cool enough to be confused with an iPad. The ruling, by Judge Colin Birss, means that Apple cannot stop the import or Continue Reading →
While most of the Amazon hardware rumors since the Kindle Fire launched have centered around a 10-inch version of the tablet, Bloomberg’s “people with knowledge of the matter” say a smartphone is in the works. The rumors center around a purported chase for wireless patents (presumably so Amazon can fight off the kinds of challenges Continue Reading →