Tag Archive | "Samsung"

Samsung’s advertising game outmuscled Apple in 2012

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

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With Samsung set to release its Samsung Galaxy S IV tomorrow in New York City amidst much hoopla and media coverage, the South Korea based company has certainly learned a thing or two about creating a media buzz prior to a product launch. Previously, that was a talent that only Apple seemed to have mastered. What’s more, Samsung has also [...]

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Apple and Samsung may feature wireless charging in 2013 “flagship” smartphone models

Friday, March 8, 2013

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Wireless charging isn’t exactly knew – anyone out there remember the Palm Pre? But according to a recent report in Digitimes, both Samsung and Apple may be implementing wireless charging technology into their flagship smartphone models later in 2013. While the report pegs Samsung as opting for Qi wireless charging technology for its upcoming Galaxy [...]

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Samsung’s Galaxy S IV to include eye-tracking technology

Monday, March 4, 2013

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Samsung’s lineup of Galaxy S smartphones have proven to be worthy contenders to the iPhone throne. With each successive release, Samsung’s Galaxy S series sells more and more units. Looking ahead, Samsung later this month will take the wraps off of its Samsung Galaxy S IV, it’s latest take on the modern day smartphone. Last [...]

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Samsung announces Wallet app, looks eerily similar to Apple’s Passbook

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

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Stop the presses! At the Mobile World Congress today in Barcelona, Samsung unveiled a new Wallet app which enables users to store items such as sporting event tickets, boarding passes, and gift cards in one central location. Sound familiar? Well it should, because it’s essentially a copy of Apple’s Passbook app first introduced in iOS [...]

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“Think Different” creator says Apple is losing the ad war against Samsung

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

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Ken Segall, the former TBWA/Chiat Day creative lead, believes that Apple is losing its ad war against Samsung. Whereas Samsung’s ads are funny and edgy, Apple’s ads, while decent, are traditional and don’t offer up anything new and exciting. While you can still argue that Macs and i-devices have a ton of appeal, you can’t [...]

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Apple’s iPhone takes top spot for global mobile internet usage

Monday, February 4, 2013

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9to5 Mac reports: Web analytics firm StatCounter is out today with updated stats for the month of January 2013. When it comes to Internet usage, iPhone users this month held the No. 1 spot as Nokia experienced a significant decline during 2012. With Nokia’s share of mobile internet usage down 15.52-percent from 37.67-percent last January [...]

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Judge Koh upholds Apple’s $1.05 billion judgement against Samsung; says Samsung did not willfully infringe Apple’s patents

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

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In a post-trial ruling yesterday, US District Court Judge Lucy Koh upheld Apple’s $1.05 billion verdict against Samsung but ruled that the South Korean tech giant did not willfully infringe upon Apple’s patents. Consequently, Apple is not entitled to the 3x damages it was seeking. Koh explained in part: Moreover, Apple has failed to cite [...]

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Samsung Galaxy S4 to sport super display with over 400 ppi – report

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

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Samsung’s extremely hyped up Galaxy S4 with a full HD Super AMOLED display will reportedly ship with a mesmerizing new display sporting a resolution that will give Apple’s Retina Display a run for its money. According to reports from Asia, Samsung engineers have been working with Laser Induced Thermal Imaging (LITI) and have developed with [...]

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Samsung in hot water over efforts to ban Apple products in Europe

Thursday, December 27, 2012

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Perhaps Samsung’s eyes were bigger than their reach. Samsung, he south Korean electronics giant, could face fines running to billions of pounds from the European commission over its attempts to use its “standard-essential” patents on 3G to ban sales of Apple’s iPhone and iPad in Europe. The Google-owned smartphone company Motorola Mobility may face similar [...]

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Apple highlights Samsung’s EU anitrust problem to the ITC

Thursday, December 27, 2012

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Florian Mueller has the full scoop here.

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Samsung’s accusations of juror misconduct fall short

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

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The Verge reports: Samsung had hoped allegations of juror misconduct would win it a do-over in the Apple v. Samsung case, but tonight Judge Lucy Koh put those aspirations to rest by denying its request. Samsung had accused jury foreman Velvin Hogan of intentionally hiding information about a lawsuit he was involved in with Seagate. Samsung recently became a [...]

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Apple knew nothing about jury foreman Samsung is obsessed about

Monday, December 3, 2012

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Ars Technica reports: Samsung has argued the foreman, Velvin Hogan,withheld key facts—including that he was sued by Seagate Technology. That company is Hogan’s former employer and it is now partly owned by Samsung. Hogan also didn’t disclose that he filed for bankruptcy in connection with that litigation. In post-trial interviews, jurors said he described his own participation [...]

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