Apple vs. Samsung
Apple outsells Samsung in worldwide smartphone sales for the first time since 2011
The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have almost been out for two weeks, and that means it's time to start looking forward to the iPhone 7. No, seriously.
Apple and Samsung, the biggest smartphone developers in the market, have reached an unexpected settlement on patent lawsuits outside the U.S.
In order to protect its users, Samsung has announced it will be putting in two additional security measures to its most recently released smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S5. This aims to curb mobile device theft.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone has aided a robot to solve a Rubik's Cube in a little over 3 seconds. The Cubestormer 3 robot was a big success at the Big Bang Fair in Birmingham over the weekend as it successfully broke its own Guinness World Record in 2012 at 5.27 seconds by having the robot solve the colorful puzzle at 3.253 seconds.
Apple's iPhone 5s proved it is the top smartphone in the U.S. as it was the most-sold mobile device across the four major mobile carriers.
Apple Inc. continued to dominate the smartphone subscribers' market share despite Samsung encountering the most percentage growth than the Cupertino-based organization.
Apple Inc. secured a victory over Samsung Electronics Co. in the latest patent infringement trial in South Korea.
The patent infringement trial continues between Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co., with the Cupertino-based organization revealing how much money they seek in legal bills.
Apple Inc. may be losing some momentum when it comes to the worldwide smartphone sales as new data showed the Cupertino-based organization lost percentage points in the latest market share figures.
The retrial of the Apple vs. Samsung patent infringement trial is in its early states, but this time the focus is on financial damages.
The patent trial of the century is back in the news as Apple Inc. is seeking to recoup more money from their lawsuit against Samsung Electronics Co. from August 2012.
While Apple may have the flashier, more well known tablets - including the most recently unveiled iPad Air and Retina iPad mini - Samsung's tablets apparently aren't doing too badly in the U.S. That's according to a recent survey by JD Power Reports, which finds Samsung ranking highest in owner satisfaction with tablet devices.
Now that Apple has officially introduced the fifth-generation iPad, previously called the iPad 5 by tech watchers, and now given the new name iPad Air by Apple, the new tablet will soon come into the marketplace crowded by competitors running Android.
Samsung Electronics Co. lost their bid for President Barack Obama to issue a ban veto on their products.