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Latest results of the comScore MobiLens service released just this week show a continuing trend of Android and Samsung dominance in the U.S. smartphone and mobile devices markets.

Android continues... to stay at the top of the platform race, registering 43.7% share of the U.S. smartphone market for the 3-month average ending in August, 2011. Android’s market share grew by 5.6 points from the last 3...

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[ Update 2011-10-05: Apple has just officially announced what everyone was hoping to be the iPhone 5 as the iPhone 4S.  And, we now have official details about the iPhone 4S's specs. This post,... first published on August 12, has been updated to reflect new information not just about the iPhone 4S but also of the Nexus Prime, whose official specs still remain unconfirmed and unannounced. ]

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A one-of-a-kind love triangle is trying to bring the fruit-inspired tech company down. We all know how Apple started this legal battle against Samsung and the former recently filed an appeal to put... off importation of such Android-powered Samsung phones into the US.

Samsung was fortunate enough to get support from Verizon and T-Mobile. The two companies joined forces by seeking an adviser...

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Apple Inc .and Samsung Electronics Co. have been waging a war against each other, trying to prove which one can provide 100 percent customer satisfaction in Seoul, Korea. But with the fast growing market... of Apple’s iPhone, it won’t be long until the company will beat Samsung over its Asian customers.

The two firms have been battling over the claim of being the best provider and manufactu...

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The drama continues. While Apple may have just won a permanent injunction over the Galaxy Tab 10.1, it seems things are not so clear cut, and actually Samsung can pretty easily route around... that injunction. You see, Samsung is not allowed to use their German subsidiary to sell or re-stock the German retailers with the Galaxy Tab 10.1, but Samsung can easily circumvent that by using eith...

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About a month ago Apple was granted a preliminary injunction by a German district Court over Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1, on the grounds that it’s virtually indistinguishable from... the iPad, and while that may not be the case so much in reality, they did try to make it look like it is on paper.

But Apple did manage to win the injunction case, and now Samsung is forbidden...

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The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 lost its chance to be on the shelf with other latest gadgets in one of the world’s largest electronics shows after Apple won another injunction impeding Samsung Galaxy Tab... sales in Germany. The device was pulled out of Samsung’s booth at the Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA 2011), an international consumer electronics expo in Berlin.

The Dusseldorf Regional Co...

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We’ve already talked about Samsung’s legal troubles before. But it seems the Korean company has managed to get a little break from its problems with Apple over the legal wrangling about... the Galaxy Tab 10.1. A German court has lifted a few of the restrictions on sales of the tablet in the European Union.

As a brief refresher on the issue, here’s what happened so...

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This is unbelievable, and it’s really starting to get ridiculous. Apparently Apple was so satisfied with the result of the first injunction in Germany, where they manipulated the image of the... Galaxy Tab 10.1 to make it the same size and give it a more 4:3 ratio, so they can “prove” that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 is “virtually identical” to the iPad, that they decided to...

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It seems that Samsung has already managed to lift the injunction on its Galaxy Tab 10.1 throughout Europe (except Germany), at least for now. One of the first things that I found odd with the German... Court putting an injunction on the Galaxy Tab 10.1, is that they managed to do it throughout Europe. I wasn’t aware that the EU had such a law where one, almost random, Court (Germany doesn̵...