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Apple opening remarks vs Samsung “easier to copy than to innovate”

Apple opening remarks vs Samsung “easier to copy than to innovate”

This morning Apple has made its opening statement in a landmark case vs Samsung which will result, more than likely, in the exchanging of billions of dollars in damages for patent infringement on the part of one or both of them in the mobile device realm. Apple's opening remarks come with what we've seen several times before, including such remarks as, "we all know it’s easier to copy than to innovate," from Apple lead attorney Harold McElhinny. Samsung's opening statements will come later in the day while Apple has had the first hour and a half.

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Samsung Galaxy S and S II reach 50m sales

Samsung Galaxy S and S II reach 50m sales

Back in Feburary,Samsung announced that it had sold 20 million Galaxy S II devices across the world, and in March the company declared that it had shifted 5 million Galaxy Notes. Samsung has now released some updated sales figures, saying that 50 million Galaxy S and Galaxy S II units have been sold thanks to combined channel and distributor sales.

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Samsung Galaxy S III press photo leaked in invite

Samsung Galaxy S III press photo leaked in invite

What might be the actual Samsung Galaxy S III or the most interesting fake we've seen all year has appeared on the web tonight, this included in a press event invite set for May 22nd. The odd nature of the event invite is not specifically in the tell-tale signs we'd expect: the type setting looks legitimate, the format appears correct - it's the timing that we're thinking might not stick. Is this therefor the real Samsung Galaxy S III, or simply a photo of a leg of a metal chair made to fool us all?

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Samsung releases Galaxy S “Value Pack” in Korea

Samsung releases Galaxy S “Value Pack” in Korea

It was initially thought that the Samsung Galaxy S would be receiving a tasty Ice Cream Sandwich update, although Samsung quickly stated that it wouldn’t happen. Instead, the company proposed a “Value Pack”, that would bring certain ICS features to the Gingerbread handset. There was a leak of the Pack back in January that gave users an idea of what to expect, and now the official release is rolling out in South Korea.

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Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G Review

Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G Review

This week the brand new T-mobile Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G goes on sale with T-Mobile's own brand of 4G connectivity and a Qualcomm S3 dual-core processor under the hood. This device represents what was fantastic throughout 2011, what's going right with the industry today, and a good look at what it means to pay slightly less cash for a device that by all means should be considered a hero device, but isn't because there can only be one: the Galaxy S II. You can get this device in the store today - now lets have a heavy look at what it means to own it.

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Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G Hands-on and Unboxing

Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G Hands-on and Unboxing

T-Mobile's newest offering in the Android world is this Samsung device by the name of Blaze, a dual-core Super AMOLED display-having miniature beast. This is the same device that we said would be Spring's Perfect Smartphone so it's time to put it to the test in a hardcore manner. Will its 3.97-inch screen be perfect for our thumbs? Will the Qualcomm S3 processor be enough to placate our desire for everyday apps and T-Mobile's version of 4G connectivity? Let's take a quick peek!

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Samsung’s surging smartphone business leads to strong fourth quarter

Samsung’s surging smartphone business leads to strong fourth quarter

Samsung pulled off a mighty impressive quarter at the end of 2011, with 4 trillion won ($3.6 billion) in net income. That's a sizable increase over the previous year's 3.42 trillion won, but not everything in the consumer electronics firm is all peaches and cream. The company saw a woeful decline in its LCD panel business but was able to more than compensate for that with an amazing smartphone library.


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Samsung Android 4.0 ICS update nixed for “Value Pack” proposition on Galaxy S and Tab

Samsung Android 4.0 ICS update nixed for “Value Pack” proposition on Galaxy S and Tab

Those of you pumped up by yesterday's news that Samsung was reconsidering their decision to not update their original Galaxy S line and their Galaxy Tab original to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich may have reason to be a bit confused by the manufacturer's most recent proposition: a "Value Pack" update that, while not entirely ICS, would bring many of the same features. This is what we're hearing out of Asia as Daum drops the beats. For those of you on the original Galaxy S team or rolling with the original Galaxy Tab: does this sound like the news you were waiting for?

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Samsung Android 4.0 ICS update for Galaxy S and Tab now under review

Samsung Android 4.0 ICS update for Galaxy S and Tab now under review

Earlier this month the software teams at Samsung sent out word that they would not be updating their Samsung Galaxy S and Samsung Galaxy Tab devices to the newest version of Google's mobile operating system Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich - this week they realized that this was the wrong thing to say to the millions of users out there wanting the opposite news. What we've got this week is news via AJNews that Samsung is reconsidering their position that their own user interface TouchWiz is too difficult to parse to update to the newer system, saying that MAYBE they'll do the work anyway. What does this mean to you, the Galaxy S user? It means you'll perhaps have an update by the end of next year, if you're lucky.

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