Those who are keeping track of the legal tussle between Samsung and Apple will not get their climactic ending just yet, as the International Trade Commission, the agency who has a say in stopping devices from being sold in the U.S. in the event of patent infringement, has once again postponed the result of its investigation.
A few days ago we showed you a report that suggested Apple would announce the 7.85-inch iPad mini during a special event scheduled for October 23. Now the event is finally confirmed, as Apple has issued press invites for that exact date.
The Apple vs Samsung patent wars roll on as Apple is appealing an August 31 decision in Samsung’s favor in the Tokyo District Court.
Apple and Samsung are not exactly in good terms due to patent disputes being lodged in the courts of law around the world. Samsung remains to be the biggest supplier of the processor and memory chips that power Apple’s smartphones and tablets, though. However, that relationship might change soon, as unveiled by a source from within Samsung.
Not too long ago we talked about how Flash was finally shutting down support for Android. Flash is considered the loser in a war against HTML5, and Adobe apparently stopped fighting against the inevitable. With that in mind, how well do mobile devices really support the growing HTML5 standard? Phone Arena decided to find out by performing an iPhone 5 versus the Samsung Galaxy S3 comparison.
The advertising assault to capture your Christmas cash and secure a place as the must-have item this holiday season has begun. According to analysts, this Christmas is set to be the biggest yet because there are so many new products launching.
Smartphones and tablets are more and more present in regular day-to-day activities, which means smart device owners are more likely to use them to perform several searches then to fire up a “regular” computer for the same purpose.
The iPhone 5 vs Galaxy S3 comparison continues today with a couple of new battles. After we have just showed you that the Galaxy S3 beats the iPhone 5 when it comes to continuous web traffic, it’s time to look at which device wins when it comes to web traffic.
While personnel shifts between various tech companies is far from uncommon, it raises eyebrows when someone leaves a company for the company they’re currently engaged in multiple legal battles with. This is the case with Jim Mergard, who has just left his position as Chief System Architect for Samsung for an unspecified position with Apple.
As we get closer to Christmas, we’re going to see a bunch of interesting new gadgets in stores including new tablets. Of those, we expect the 32GB Nexus 7, the iPad mini and the Microsoft Surface to be soon launched.