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Saturday, 06 July 2013 19:31

20 million Samsung Galaxy S4 units delivered


Samsung has delivered over 20 million units of their most advanced smartphone, Galaxy S4, the company confirmed for the Korean newspapers. The result is better than S3 managed to achieve, but the official confirmation of the information is still awaited.

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Tuesday, 02 July 2013 09:56

Apple and Samsung dominating US market


Apple and Samsung continue to dominate the market of "smart" mobile phones in the U.S., while Android and iOS continue to be the convincingly leading platform.

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The Apple fans are all abuzz with excitement as Apple is filing for a trademark on the iWatch name. The speculation is that Apple will set the work on fire with their new and revolutionary smart watch. Sadly Apple could be a little late to this particular party and if their recent iPhone rut is any measure it is unlikely that their iWatch will be anything to crow about either. Apple also faces an interesting market where the concept of the smart watch is still being determined. This gives them both an advantage and a disadvantage. On the one hand they can try and develop something new and unique; on the other they are not known for creating “new” ideas. Apple has always been best at taking existing products/ideas and making them better.

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Saturday, 29 June 2013 20:52

Foxconn to make a smart (i?)Watch


According to Want ChinaTimes, Terry Gou, head of Hon Hai, better known by the name Foxconn, presented a smart watch that is able to communicate with a user's smartphone at a meeting of shareholders. Gou said that “with such a device, you can keep your phone in your pocket and simply check all kinds of messages on your watch”.

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Monday, 24 June 2013 21:08

Samsung Galaxy S4 too with Snapdragon 800


According to information published in the user guide (PDF document), Samsung is preparing their own version of smart mobile phone Galaxy S4 based on the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor.

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Monday, 17 June 2013 21:22

PCIe SSDs from Samsung


Samsung has begun mass producing of the XP941 line of SSDs, the first PCI Express SSD solution for ultrabooks. XP941 SSDs come in M.2 format and offer superior performance for Ultrabook and other thin notebooks.

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Tuesday, 11 June 2013 19:02

Samsung Galaxy Note III in September


Samsung Galaxy Note is a device that has achieved unexpected success. This device with a large screen has recorded very good sales, while about his popularity numerous rumors and leaks of information and photos are speaking for themselves.

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Apple has been having a rough time during the first few months of 2013. So far they have been taken to court over their eBook pricing efforts, their tax plans and have even had some older models of their iPhone and iPad banned from import into the US. This all happened to a company that was set to hit $1,000 a share in the latter half of 2012. Sadly for Apple many things have changed since then including their campaign to stomp out competition through the use of patents instead of innovation. Apple’s image and mythology has taken a huge blow while rival companies like Samsung, LG and even HTC and Motorola are working to push new technologies into their products (even if they might not make sense).

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Wednesday, 05 June 2013 20:34

Expanded offering of Galaxy Tab 3 tablets


The previously announced Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 with seven-inch diagonal screen will be joined by two more models. Their screens will have a diagonal of 8 and 10.1 inches, and both will have a screen resolution of 800x1280 pixels. 8 inch Samsung Tab 3 is envisioned as a lightweight device for reproduction of multimedia content, primarily written.

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At almost every Apple event there was a big reveal at the end. This was typically preceded by Steve Jobs making saying “just one more thing”. Well Apple had an interesting day yesterday and in keeping with their pattern there is “just one more thing”. On top of the mountain of evidence that Apple coordinated the eBook price fixing deal with five publishers and the news that Apple iOS devices are susceptible to malware via their charging systems we are also hearing that Samsung has won a product ban against some Apple products from the International Trade Commission.

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