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Apple v Samsung: Smartphone Makers In Court

Apple is due to open its case against Samsung by claiming its rival’s smartphones and tablets are illegal knock-offs of the iPhone and iPad. Lawyers for both sides are expected to deliver their opening arguments in a federal courtroom in San Jose in California. The witness lists of both sides feature plenty of experts, engineers and designers, but have few familiar names. Apple CEO Tim Cook,... 

Samsung Galaxy S3 vs. HTC One X

The Samsung Galaxy S3 has finally been unveiled, and it’s looking a mighty fine handset. But it’s not the only Android smartphone vying for your attention, and your cash. HTC made good on their promise to deliver a more concise, quality handset portfolio this year, with the HTC One X the stunning new flagship device in their range. But which is better, the Samsung Galaxy S3, or the HTC... 

Samsung Galaxy S III sales have hit the 10 million mark

Samsung Galaxy S III has reached the 10 million units sold mark. Shin Jong-kyun, Samsung’s president of information technology and mobile communication division broke the news about the impressive milestone, which is hardly a surprise, given the 9 million preorders for the device from carriers worldwide. The mark has been reached earlier than the initial prediction, which pointed at the... 
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Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 review: Flying high

Introduction With the Galaxy S III busy grabbing the headlines, a midrange smartphone has been making its way to a number of markets without much fanfare. But you can bet the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 won’t settle for the role of just another sequel. It has a chance to prove the Galaxy S III is not the only superhot smartphone Samsung has released this season. Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 I8160 official... 

Samsung Galaxy S III Enterprise Version Coming to US

When Samsung launches its Galaxy S III in the United States, it will also unveil its boardroom-worthy version. The Android 4.0-powered smartphone will be Samsung’s first American phone to be stamped with its SAFE (Samsung Approved for Enterprise) seal of approval. The Samsung Galaxy S III enterprise edition will handle 256-bit AES encryption–regardless of the carrier–as well as upgraded support... 

Samsung Galaxy S III Coming to Verizon July 10

Verizon Wireless has finally put into specifics when the Samsung Galaxy S III will arrive in its stores. The flagship device will be available both online and physical stores beginning July 10th. There is a catch, though: only the 16GB model will be available in retail stores at first, while the 32GB can only be ordered online for now and will arrive in your local Verizon store in the “coming weeks.”... 

U.S. Judge Rejects Samsung’s Request; Galaxy Nexus Remains Unavailable… Or Is It?

U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh in San Jose, California, has rejected last Tuesday Samsung’s request to lift a pre-trial injunction that would prohibit sales of Galaxy Nexus smartphone in the country. This comes after Judge Koh granted last week Apple’s request to block the sales of Samsung’s Android smartphone. The judge also rejected a similar request to lift the ban on selling Samsung Galaxy... 

UK Judge Forces Apple to Publish Notice that Samsung Did Not Copy iPad

The Honourable Colin Birss, the same U.K. judge who told Apple that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is “not as cool” as the iPad, orders Apple to publish a notice on its website and in British newspapers telling the public about the ruling that Samsung did not copy designs from the iPad. According to Judge Birss, this should correct the damaging impression that the South Korean company was copying... 
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