Nov 19

Sony, the Japanese giant is planning to create a handset that will compete with the iPhone and Samsung’s Galaxy S III. Sony’s “killer phone” is officially due early next year, but do people really care? Sony’s new mobile head Dennis Van Schie said that Sony “will create, in the near future, a flagship model that can compete with Apple’s iPhone and Samsung’s Galaxy S III”. He also said that Sony is watching closely how Windows Phone 8 develops and won’t be caught on the wrong foot should Microsoft’s platform pick up steam. » Sony Planning To Create A iPhone 5 & Samsung Galaxy S III Killer Phone?

Nov 13

In a series of events in a UK court between Apple and Samsung, Apple was ordered to publish a notice acknowledging that Samsung’s Galaxy Tab devices had not infringed Apple’s iPad design. Now the same court has ruled that Apple must pay all of Samsung’s legal fees because Apple’s behavior in the matter had been inappropriate and showed a “lack of integrity”. » Apple Ordered To Pay All Of Samsung’s Court Costs In UK iPad Design Dispute

Nov 09

Strategy Analytics released a report estimating that Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone overtook the iPhone 4S for the top spot in global shipments in Q3 of 2012. “Samsung’s Galaxy S3 smartphone model shipped 18.0 million units worldwide during the third quarter of 2012. The Galaxy S3 captured an impressive 11 percent share of all smartphones shipped globally and it has become the world’s best-selling smartphone model for the first time ever.» Samsung Galaxy S III To Top iPhone 4S In 3Q 2012 Worldwide Shipments

Nov 06

Over the last couple of months, a court case in the United Kingdom ordered Apple to post an acknowledgement on its website, newspapers and magazines acknowledging that Samsung did not infringe upon the protected iPad design with its line of Galaxy Tab devices. Apple did publish a statement saying that the Samsung Galaxy Tab was “not as cool” as the iPad and that Apple had won other cases against Samsung, however the court did not appreciate Apple’s additions to the required text and ordered Apple to publish a new statement. » Apple Posts Revised Samsung Apology On UK Website, But Hides It Below The Fold

Nov 03

The iPad Mini and fourth-generation iPad has just been launched, but there is more going on in the tech world. Last week Google announced the Nexus 10 tablet and first reviews of Google’s Nexus 10 tablet just hit the web. The tablet which is manufactured by Samsung, is a larger version of Google’s Nexus 7 and includes a screen packing even more pixels than Apple’s iPad Retina display, making this tablet serious competition for Apple’s iPad. Check out after the break to see what reviewers say about Google’s “$399” Nexus 10. » First Nexus 10 Reviews Hit The Web

Oct 22

On Google’s Android Event, that takes place on October 29 in New York (same day as the Microsoft event), a 32GB version of the seven-inch Nexus 7 tablet will be announced and the long-expected cellular version of the device. But The Next Web reports that Google has also been working with Samsung to launch a 10-inch tablet. This 10-inch tablet “Codename Manta” runs Google’s new Android 4.2 and will offer a 2560×1600 pixel (16:10) resolution, which we believe will offer around 300 pixels per inch (PPI) compared to the new iPad’s 264 PPI. » October 29 Google Event: New 7-Inch Nexus and 10-Inch Nexus To Compete With The iPad

Oct 12

Samsung today launched a smaller version of its Galaxy S III handset, called Galaxy S III Mini and comes with a 4-inch screen just like the iPhone 5. In their press release they note “The GALAXY S III mini brings the high performance, intuitive ease-of-use and nature-inspired design of the GALAXY S III to an elegant, compact smartphone with a 4.0-inch screen. It can be an optimal choice for consumers who are looking for more practical smartphones.” The Mini is 121.55mm long, 63mm wide and 9.85 thin, weighing in at 111.5g. This makes it shorter, narrower, thinner and lighter than the Galaxy S III. » Samsung Launches Galaxy S III Mini With Four-Inch Display

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