Samsung and Apple have been on the war line since a couple of months. They have a kind of patent war going on. Just a couple of weeks ago, Apple sued Samsung for infringement of Apple’s patents, and eventually succeeded in banning Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Germany. Samsung responded
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If you remember, just a few days ago, a senior executive officer told the Korean Times, that Samsung was planning to sue Apple
for infringing of some patents just after the release of iPhone 5. It looks like Samsung can’t wait for iPhone 5 release, as it has asked to ban iPhones and iPads in the Netherland. Samsung is in… Continue reading
Samsung – the South Korean gadget developing company was sued by Apple for infringing some patents just a few weeks ago. After being found guilty, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 was officially banned in Germany. The same thing happened to its GalTab 7.7 in Britain at IFA when they were pulled off the shelves. Although Samsung’s Galaxy SII is on top
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Earlier Samsung was rumored of buying Web OS from Hp but today a new move from the Korean company strengthens the rumor. Samsung has hired HP’s ex-vice president of PSG marketing Raymond Wah to handle Samsung’s PC sales.
Besides this hiring there are other two factors which point us to believe on this rumor. The first factor is Apple and… Continue reading
has been making chips for all the iPhone and iPads, but after defeats from the legal lawsuit of Apple
, it is difficult that Samsung continues making the chips. According to some rumors, Apple may abandon the Samsung chips and produce chips from some other industry.
Apple has failed to create its own factory producing these chips, but now… Continue reading
Earlier we posted on Samsung’s request to have early access to Apple’s un-released and unannounced products esp iPhone 5 and iPad 3. As per expectations, a federal judge denied Samsung’s request in a ruling handed down yesterday.
Samsung’s President of Mobile Communications J.K. Shin, has revealed the Korean manufacturers future plans which shall see the release of Samsung Galaxy S III early next year and a Galaxy Tab 4G release no later than Fall 2011. Samsung wishes to launch a 4G tablet just to differentiate itself in the tablet flooded market.
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An interesting development has came in regarding the Samsung vs Apple lawsuit. The Korean manufacturer has demanded that Apple show them the next generation iPhone, regardless of the fact that it’s still not known whether its going to be called the iPhone 4S or the iPhone 5, and the next generation iPad, possibly the iPad 3.
Yesterday Microsoft rolled out a small update to Windows Phone 7 devices. The main purpose of this update was to make the ground for first major WP7 OS (firmware) update, codenamed “NoDo” which is to be released in early March.
However after applying the update many users, esp those having Samsung WP7 phones, reported that their devices had gone into unusable state.
Samsung has finally unveiled its next generation tablet “Galaxy Tab 10.1” at Mobile World Congress. Contrary to the rumors, the tablet is called Galaxy Tab 10.1 officially instead of Galaxy Tab 2 or II.
It features dual core Tegra 2 processor, front facing 2 megapixel camera, 8 megapixel camera at back, gyroscope, Accelerometer, digital compass and proximity sensor. Empowered by Honeycomb (android 3.0) Galaxy Tab 10.1 will be available with 16GB or or 32GB of storage.
After spreading so many rumors, the tech spies have finally managed to get the first official snap of Samsung Galaxy S 2.
First a blurry image was spotted by Moveplayer over at Korean news site Paran and then Smashing Hub got a high resolution picture before it got pulled off the Korean sites.
Finally it has been confirmed that Nexus S exists and it might be the first smartphone that will be running on pre-loaded Android 2.3 aka Gingerbread.
Yesterday Google CEO Eric Schmidt gave an interview at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco. During the interview he also revealed some features of the Gingerbread running on un-named android phone.
Nexus Two is made by Samsung and the main difference found so far between Samsung Galaxy S and Google Nexus 2 is front facing camera, the source said on Gizmodo.
Though the official specifications are not announced yet, but the rumors say it will have the same 4-inch AMOLED screen like the other Galaxy series smartphones. According to Gizmodo: