Sep 28

Apple sold a record number of iPhone 5 devices, but how much does it take to charge all these devices? Opower did some research and you may be surprised how little you pay to keep your iPhone 5 battery alive. After Opower got their hands on a new iPhone 5 and a Samsung Galaxy S III they headed into the Opower Lab for some testing. They found out that charging the iPhone 5 only costs $0.41 per year. » iPhone 5 Only Costs $0.41 Per Year To Charge “Galaxy SIII $0,53”

Sep 27

Bloomberg Reports that Samsung expects sales of its new Galaxy Note 2 smartphone launched yesterday in South Korea” to sell three times faster than its predecessor, even after Apple sold a record number of the iPhone 5 in its debut weekend as more carriers are set to offer the product. » Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Sales Unfazed By iPhone Record Sales

Sep 22

Like always after an Apple device launch people will create drop test and durability  videos, so here they are again. This time they created an iPhone 5 vs Samsung Galaxy S3 drop test video (above) and the iPhone 5 did amazing.

Well, as much as we hate to admit it, the iPhone 5 did amazingly well in our drop test, while the Samsung Galaxy S3 came out in pretty bad shape. It’s the cold hard truth that we can’t hide and we can’t ignore.
The hard aluminum shell of the iPhone 5 withstood the impact pretty well, and the glass protecting the display remained intact. Meanwhile, the Galaxy S3 predictably lost its back cover and suffered damage to the casing and the front glass. Sad, sad, sad.

Check out after the break for another video where iFixYouri is dropping the iPhone 5 from various heights. The iPhone 5 survived all the falls until they finally threw the device screen down. They call it the “most durable iPhone” they have ever seen. » iPhone 5 vs Samsung Galaxy S3 Drop Tests

Sep 18

The Korea Times reports that Samsung Electronics plans to unveil the latest in its Galaxy line, the Galaxy S4, at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in February and is expected to hit shelves globally in March at the latest, which is just nine months after the May debut of the Galaxy S3. » Samsung Wil Unveil New Galaxy S4 Smartphone In February

Sep 16

and Businessinsider have published a new print ad that Samsung will be running in national newspapers today. “And so Samsung is greeting the arrival of the iPhone 5 with an ad that will run tomorrow in certain national and local newspapers (how modern). It is not a flattering ad. It suggests that the iPhone 5 isn’t even good enough to be, well, a copy of the Galaxy S3.” In this ad, called “It doesn’t take a genius.” you can see an comparison of software and hardware features between the iPhone 5 and the Galaxy S III which ends with “The Next Big Thing Is Already Here”. Check out the full ad after the break. » Samsung Created Anti iPhone 5 Newspaper Ad

Aug 25

NYTimes reports
on the responses from Apple and Samsung about the patent verdict which found largely in favor of Apple and resulted in an over $1 billion verdict against Samsung. After the break you can see what Apple and Samsung have to say about this decision. » Apple & Samsung Responded To The $1 Billion Patent Verdict

Aug 02

According to the latest data from IDC, the iPad set a shipment record in Q2 2012, which led to a “better-than-anticipated” quarter for the entire tablet market. Interesting to see is that Samsung & ASUS are slowly gaining market share, but are still far away from Apple. In the graphic above you can see Tablet market share stats from 2011 and 2012. » iPad Still Owns 2/3rds Of The Tablet Market

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