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Apple’s Schiller suggests Galaxy S “weakened the view that the world has for Apple”

Apple’s Schiller suggests Galaxy S “weakened the view that the world has for Apple”

This week Apple and Samsung are back in court to further speak on the former’s patent case against the latter. Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide marketing, Phil Schiller, went to the stand this week to speak up on a variety of topics, not least of all the effect Samsung’s smartphone and tablet brands have had on Apple’s products and product sales. Schiller was questioned by Apple’s lead attorney as well as Samsung’s attorney Bill Price.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 Student Edition arrives on heels of Tab 3

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 Student Edition arrives on heels of Tab 3

Though the full Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 line has only just arrived, Samsung is pushing the Galaxy Tab 2 Student Edition, complete with keyboard and dock accessories to boot. This combo works with Samsung's aim for this season's collection of students from sea to sea, pushing this "Student Edition" to the United States through brick-and-mortar stores like Office Max and Best Buy.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 Review

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 Review

Each new release of the Samsung Galaxy Tab proves the company's willingness to stick with the brand name - and power. Samsung has the power to release a new wave of tablets each year without specific specification boosts bit-by-bit. Keep that in mind when you have a peek at this machine's top-to-bottom, especially when it comes to the final product.

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Samsung kills keyboard dock for Galaxy Tabs

Samsung kills keyboard dock for Galaxy Tabs

Samsung has quietly discontinued its keyboard dock accessories for three of its more popular recent tablets, potentially frustrating would-be owners with a more cumbersome separate stand and keyboard combo. The keyboard dock for the Galaxy Note 10.1, the Galaxy Tab 10, and the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, has been axed, Samsung has confirmed with UK retailer Clove, with unspecified "supply issues" impairing deliveries from November 2012.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: November 14, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: November 14, 2012

Welcome to Wednesday evening everyone. Today Samsung rejected rumors that it's been charging Apple a 20% premium on processors for iDevices, saying that since the prices are determined and agreed upon at the beginning of the year, it would be pretty difficult to change them. Speaking of Apple, the company confirmed today that it will soon open its first store in South America - the store will be located in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to be exact.

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Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 cleared for sale in US after Apple arguments overruled

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 cleared for sale in US after Apple arguments overruled

Samsung has squeezed its Galaxy Tab 10.1 out of a US sales ban, after a jury decision that the Android tablet did not, in fact, infringe any of Apple's patents. One of the earliest devices to be targeted by Apple, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 was barred from US sales in June of this year; however, the tablet was later found to not fall foul of the Cupertino firm's litigation, and Samsung demanded that sales be allowed to resume. Despite Apple arguments, Reuters reports, Judge Lucy Koh of the Northern District of California court agreed.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: September 18, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: September 18, 2012

Welcome to Tuesday evening, folks. Tomorrow morning, HTC will hold its long-awaited Windows Phone 8 event, and unsurprisingly, we received a fair bit of HTC news to report on today. HTC started things off today by teasing a new Windows Phone 8 handset for tomorrow's event, keeping the details short and sweet. Looks like we'll just have wait until tomorrow to find out more. The HTC Windows Phone 8X - also known as the HTC Accord - suffered another leak today, shortly before the phone is expected to be revealed in New York tomorrow.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 sales ban stays in place, despite jury ruling

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 sales ban stays in place, despite jury ruling

Samsung took a pretty big hit when it lost to Apple in their high-profile patent suit last month, with the jury ruling that Samsung has to hand over more than $1 billion for patent infringement. It wasn't all doom and gloom for Samsung, however, as the jury found that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 wasn't actually infringing on one of Apple's design patents. The Galaxy Tab 10.1, as many of you will remember, was hit with a preliminary injunction back in June, banning it from sale in the US, because the court said that it was likely infringing on Apple's '889 design patent.

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Apple asks Judge Koh to bump up Samsung injunction hearing

Apple asks Judge Koh to bump up Samsung injunction hearing

At the moment, Samsung and Apple are set to go before Judge Lucy Koh at the beginning of December for a preliminary injunction hearing. Apple wants an injunction against 8 Samsung devices that were found to be infringing on its patents, and if the company has its way, it could get that injunction before December 6. FOSS Patents reports that late last week, Apple requested that Judge Koh move the date of the injunction hearing up.

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Samsung demands Galaxy Tab 10.1 US sales permission plus Apple damages

Samsung demands Galaxy Tab 10.1 US sales permission plus Apple damages

Samsung has asked that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 sales ban in the US be overturned and is demanding damages for lost sales from Apple, after the tablet was deemed not to infringe on any patents. Apple secured a preliminary injunction against the 10.1-inch Android tablet back in late June, with Judge Lucy Koh describing it as "virtually indistinguishable" from the iPad and iPad 2. The Apple vs. Samsung jury did not agree, however, ruling that the Tab 10.1 did not in fact overstep the mark on any of the Cupertino firm's IP, potentially giving Samsung a chance to grab at least part of the $2.6m bond its rival posted to secure the sales block.

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