Apple and Samsung are again in locked horns in a bitter patent dispute that has, so far, spanned two years. After Apple’s 2012 win against Samsung involving a $930 million settlement, the two companies are at it again. This time, Apple is accusing Samsung of having infringed on five software patents involving quick-linking, slide-to-unlock, universal search, automatic word correction and background sync. Meanwhile, Samsung is also accusing Apple of infringing on two patents that involve camera and folder organization and video transmission functionality. These involve a newer set of devices, including the flagship Galaxy S2 and S3, as well as the…
Research conducted by Kantar Media shows that Apple managed to closed its ad spending gap with Samsung to just £12 million in 2013.
This week in your world of Android: Samsung introduced the Galaxy Tab4 series, Google was rumored to overhaul its design guidelines, the Galaxy S5 mini leaked, Amazon launched the Fire TV, the new Apple vs Samsung trial started, and we got a glimpse of a new HTC flagship.
These are the essential stories, the summary of an entire week in just a few words. It’s Android Weekly.
In spite of Apple’s outward cockiness, the Cupertino company is fretting about Android, and Samsung in particular, as internal documents revealed this week clearly show.
Samsung regularly takes jabs at Apple, its biggest competitor, in its commercials, but for this new TV ad, the attacks are a bit more inclusive.
A brand retention survey revealed that 76% of Apple users upgraded to another Apple device in 2013, 58% for Samsung. Is it loyalty, or are we hostages to the ecosystems?
Apple thinks Samsung should pay a royalty rate of $40 for every Android smartphone and tablet it sells for just five patents. Read on for more!
How do the latest and greatest from Samsung and the best of Apple compare? We find out in our quick look at the Samsung Galaxy S5 vs iPhone 5S.
In its latest ads, Samsung is back at what it does best, which is making fun of the competition. And when we say competition, we mean, of course, the iPhone and the iPad.
Industry sources have heard that Basis, the company behind the Health Tracker Watch, is attempting to sell itself to some of the big names in the mobile business, including Samsung, Apple, and Google.