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According to Rbmen (via Korean media) Samsung Galaxy S IV development will end 2 months ahead of schedule in January with March (by earliet) as the launch date. There are no deatails on the device so far leaked (well done Samsung). Some people say that project is called “Midas” internaly. This might be the big […]
January 8th-11th, 2013. Get ready because something new is coming. Stay tuned to Samsung Tomorrow to find out more. Samsung-Updates comment: we expect YOUM to be showed off there. Find out more http://samsung-updates.com/tag/YOUM/ From: http://www.youtube.com/user/SamsungTomorrow
A lot of ink has been spilled in the wake of the recent Apple Samsung patent disputes, and the legal wars see no sign of abating any time soon. The rise of Samsung’s phone business has been meteoric, and Apple is right to be concerned.
Security Researcher Jiten Jain has found that the tracking system implemented by Samsung to allow owners to track down their stolen or lost phones contains a flaw that allows anyone with the proper knowhow to spoof the device’s location. According to experts, 113 devices are lost or stolen every minute in the Unites States. Because […]
9to5mac: ‘Steve Jobs’ iPhone patent used against Samsung/Motorola invalidated by US patent office, could affect lawsuits
In October, as pointed out in Samsung filings with U.S. District Lucy Koh, we told you that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office issued a non-final decision that declared 20 claims related to Apple’s rubber-banding patent invalid. While Samsung and Apple were back in court yesterday regarding post-trial motions, today FossPatents reported (via MacRumors) the […]
While Judge Lucy Koh may not pull down the same staggering wage or get as much TV time as that other well-known arbiter, she’s just as outspoken in her own courtroom.
Samsung Electronics Co. may walk away paying less in damages for infringing some of Apple Inc.’s most critical patents. Judge Lucy Koh, the federal judge hearing the trial, said that although the jury that delivered the original verdict was precise and consistent in calculating infringement damages for 28 different Samsung products, the method the members […]