Samsung showed off lots of fresh new gadgets today at CES, including smart TVs, sleek laptops, Wi-fi-enabled cameras, and an absurd connected refrigerator.
While we’re still waiting on the jury’s response to the Apple v. Samsung case in San Jose, a South Korean court has issued its own verdict, which finds that both companies infringed on the other’s patents.
Both Apple and Samsung are hard at work tackling the next big innovation in tablets: higher resolution screens that can match the pixel fidelity of the iPhone 4′s Retina Display.
Samsung executives’ moods are no longer down under. Australia’s High Court removed its country-wide ban on the company’s tablet, the Galaxy Tab 10.1, today.
Korean electronics manufacturer Samsung has decided not to pursue a lawsuit to block the sale of the iPhone 4S in South Korea, as it apparently feared backlash from Korean consumers wanting to get their hands on the latest Apple device.
It’s no secret enterprises have begun to adopt tablets with the same fervor of consumers. Since the debut of Apple’s iPad in Jan. 2010, the integration of tablet devices into our lives and work has progressed rapidly — so fast that it’s sometimes hard to put in perspective how quickly got here.
Samsung plans to file patent infringement claims against Apple’s new iPhone 4S and stop it from being sold in France and Italy, the company said today. The move shows Samsung is willing to fight back hard against Apple’s lawsuits.
Samsung may scrap long-made plans to launch the Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet in Australia after Apple rejected an offer to settle the dispute between the two companies.
Samsung has updated its 7-inch Galaxy Tab with better specs like a dual-core processor and Honeycomb Android OS, the company said today. It’s calling the upgraded device the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus. The Galaxy Tab, first released at the end of 2010, was the first Android tablet Samsung brought to market in the U.S.
After a German court granted that Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 could be sold in most of Europe, Apple this week brought the case to the Netherlands to push for the ban of Samsung’s entire Galaxy line of smartphones and tablets.
Best Buy has more than 240,000 unsold units of the HP TouchPad in its inventory, indicating that consumers aren’t responding well to the product.
Samsung is now allowed to sell its Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet again in most of Europe after a German court lifted an injunction on the device requested by Apple.
Though Samsung told VentureBeat on Tuesday the company had “no notice” Apple was requesting an injunction to ban the Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet in Europe, a report today says Samsung knew what Apple was up to.
A German court on Tuesday granted Apple a preliminary injunction that blocks the sale of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 in the European Union, excluding the Netherlands. The move comes just a week after Apple halted sales of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Australia.
Apple’s legal battle with Samsung came to a head this morning, as the iPad maker won an agreement from Samsung that will hold off sales of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablets in Australia, Bloomberg reports.
In the legal boxing match between Apple and Samsung, Apple just threw a strong uppercut. Apple on Friday filed an injunction to attempt to keep Samsung from importing four of its mobile devices into the U.S., including the Galaxy S 4G and Galaxy Tab 10.1, according to FOSS Patents.
Chinese manufacturer Huawei on Monday announced its new 7-inch Android tablet, the MediaPad, which has a dual-core processor and dual-cameras. The device will see a North American release some time this fall.
American Airlines on Monday announced it would start offering the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 as an in-flight entertainment device on select flights. It plans to deploy 6,000 Samsung tablets in premium-level cabins of some transcontinental and international flights.
Toshiba may be late to the tablet party, but the company is definitely aiming to turn some heads with its $429 Thrive Android tablet.
New York City residents will be the first in the US to get their hands on Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 Android tablet at the Union Square Best Buy on June 8 starting at $499. The tablet will be available at other retailers across the country starting on June 17.
Samsung unveiled the next versions of its Galaxy Tab tablet computers at the CTIA Wireless 2011 conference — an 8.9-inch and a 10.1-inch tablet that are aesthetically comparable to Apple’s iPad.