Samsung Wins Against Apple In UK Tablet Design Case

Samsung Wins Against Apple In UK Tablet Design Case

Apple and Samsung have been interlocked in a fierce patent war which doesn’t seem to be subsiding any time soon. A while ago, it was reported that a UK judge had called Samsung’s Galaxy Tab not ‘as cool’ as iPad and thus, not an infringement. Apple filed an appeal against it. And lost again.

By On October 19, 2012 Respond
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Judge Asks Apple To Announce That Samsung Didn’t Copy iPad

Judge Asks Apple To Announce That Samsung Didn’t Copy iPad

Last week, Apple started sending letters to US carriers and retailers to stop selling Samsung Galaxy Tab and Galaxy Nexus in the country because of a court injunction issued over infringement complaints. But, Apple has to follow a completely opposite course in UK. It has to publish a notice that Samsung didn’t copy designs from Apple’s iPad, after the former lost a lawsuit against the latter.

By On July 19, 2012 Respond
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UK Judge Rules Samsung’s Tablet Are Not As Cool As iPad

UK Judge Rules Samsung’s Tablet Are Not As Cool As iPad

The legal battle between Apple and Samsung sometimes gets quite ridiculous. For instance, when it comes to tablet design, both companies are embroiled in petty details which are quite subjective and thus, there is no definite end to this war. Now, a judge in UK has ruled that since Samsung’s tablet are not as cool as Apple’s tablets in design, there is no patent infringement.

By On July 10, 2012 Respond
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US Court Temporarily Lifts Sales Ban On Galaxy Nexus

US Court Temporarily Lifts Sales Ban On Galaxy Nexus

Earlier we have published many news regarding Apple vs Samsung’s patent violations. The more days are passing, the more the battle between this two giants are getting deeper and interesting. A couple of weeks ago, Galaxy Nexus was banned in the US. The latest news is that the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has suspended that sales ban of Galaxy Nexus in US temporarily.

By On July 8, 2012 Respond
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Samsung To Start Galaxy Tab 7.0+ Android 4.0 Updates From July

Samsung To Start Galaxy Tab 7.0+ Android 4.0 Updates From July

If you’re an owner of a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, 8.9, 7.7, or 7.0 Plus, then you might be anxiously awaiting your Android 4.0 ICS update for your tablet. You will be happy to hear that Samsung will be updating several products in its Galaxy Tab line with Android 4.0, beginning next month.

By On June 22, 2012 Respond
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Samsung Says 4G Galaxy Tab And Apple’s 3G iPad 2 Are Not Competitors

Samsung Says 4G Galaxy Tab And Apple’s 3G iPad 2 Are Not Competitors

Apple has gained a few legal success against Samsung when a court of appeals granted Apple the right to pursue a preliminary injunction against Samsung. This was granted after the court decided that the design of Apple’s iPad was unique and can be patented. Based on these, Apple can have Samsung Galaxy Tab banned in U.S.

By On May 29, 2012 2 Responses
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Samsung May Bring Dual Screen Galaxy Tablet

Samsung May Bring Dual Screen Galaxy Tablet

Samsung has introduced the world to Android devices with different shapes of colorful screen size. Recently, the leading Android device maker Samsung has received a patent for a dual screen design for a terminal for portable mobile communication. Is it a sign that they are going to bring a Samsung Galaxy Tab With Dual Screen in future?

By On April 28, 2012 Respond
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Samsung’s Exynos 5 Ad Features A Samsung Galaxy Tab 11.6?

Samsung’s Exynos 5 Ad Features A Samsung Galaxy Tab 11.6?

We have been hearing a lot about a possible Samsung Galaxy Tab 11.6 but so far, there has been no official word on it and all the hype surrounding it has been limited to speculations. But there are hints in the new Exynos 5 ad by Samsung that apparently features a tablet which one may think is perhaps a Galaxy Tab 11.6.

By On March 27, 2012 Respond
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Samsung Ran The Most Effective Ad During Oscars

Samsung Ran The Most Effective Ad During Oscars

Over time, Oscar awards ceremony has come to hold key importance, not only for the international cinema but also for tech companies who compete against each other to run the most-effective ad during the Oscars. Ace Matrix is a firm that gauges the ‘scores’ of different ads run through the Oscars on the basis of “relevance, persuasion, watchability, information and attention.” This year, according to the ‘Ace Score’, Samsung beat all its contemporaries and ran the top ad during the prestigious awards.

By On March 2, 2012 Respond
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Kindle Fire Grabs 14 Percent Share Of The Tablet Market

Kindle Fire Grabs 14 Percent Share Of The Tablet Market

Amazon’s Kindle Fire has been one of the true runaways hits in the tablet market, as of late. Just a while ago, in the third quarter of 2011, Amazon’s share in the tablet market was zero percent. Quite simply because Amazon has no tablet out there and was simply producing e-book readers. Then Amazon released Kindle Fire at the start of Q4 and within one quarter, this tablet was able to grab a huge 14 percent of the tablet market! This is what a new report from IHS Suppli says.

By On February 18, 2012 Respond
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Samsung Will Introduce Galaxy Note 10.1 On Mobile World Congress

Samsung Will Introduce Galaxy Note 10.1 On Mobile World Congress

Samsung has been very successful in attracting the interest of the users with Samsung Galaxy Note device. The device is a 5.3-inch display and Samsung touted it as something of a hybrid between a tablet and a smartphone. The result was an excellent product which definitely did pitch in with a lot of customers. With so much success coming Galaxy Note’s way, apparently Samsung has plans of now introducing a 10.1-inch version of Galaxy Note. Of course it will be a tablet and Samsung will most probably pitch it as Galaxy Tab 2.

By On February 17, 2012 Respond
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Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 With Android 4.0 Is Here

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 With Android 4.0 Is Here

Samsung’s tablets haven’t been a major success by any measure. In the face of Apple’s iPad and Kindle Fire, Samsung Galaxy Tab has failed to leave a significant mark on the tablet market. But apparently, that is not to dampen the spirits of the Korean electronics giant. Samsung has now announced Galaxy Tab 2, a 7-inch tablet which will be tooling Android 4.0. The company has decided not to update the original Samsung Galaxy Tab to Ice Cream Sandwich.

By On February 15, 2012 Respond
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Wear Your iPad With GoPad, Bob Dylan Style

Wear Your iPad With GoPad, Bob Dylan Style

I am sure many of you would have seen the old Bob Dylan concerts where he wore harmonica with the help of a strange supporting hardware. It’s about that that style was revived. If you are in love with your tablet so much that you want to wear it on yourself all the time, here’s a hardware that looks quite similar to that used by Dylan. GoPad lets you carry your tablet tucked against your chest with the perfect convenience.

By On February 14, 2012 Respond
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US Air Force Plans On Getting 18,000 iPad For Its Flight Crews

US Air Force Plans On Getting 18,000 iPad For Its Flight Crews

The United States Air Force (USAF) has planned on becoming technologically fashionable, as could be inferred from a notice posted on a government procurement site which mentions USAF will buy around 18,000 tablet devices. These tablet devices will be used as electronic flight bags by pilots. Being a military institution, one does not expect USAF to be equipped with trendy gadgets that civilians use in their day to day life.

By On February 13, 2012 Respond
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Android To Become Developers’ Favorite Choice Beating iOS

Android To Become Developers’ Favorite Choice Beating iOS

Even if Apple iOS is still toping the lists of every survey done this year, this is not what is going to happen in the next 12 months according to a study done by the research firm Ovum, who has been in charge of bringing comprehensible analysis to the masses for some time now.

By On January 30, 2012 Respond
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