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Samsung Galaxy Nexus

A ban on sales of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus has been lifted after Google modified the software on the device so that the phone can go back on sale. Apple won an injunction on the device after a Californian judge found that the Galaxy Nexus infringed on U.S. Patent 8,086,604[Read More]

Categories: Featured, Phones, Software
Sony Bravia

Sony has agreed to sell its almost 50% stake in a joint LCD venture with Samsung for almost $1 billion in order to reduce losses in its TV business. Analysts have said the move is a wise one for Sony as it struggles to keep its TV business profitable due … [Read More]

Categories: TV
Samsung Galaxy Tablet 10.1


Apple has today managed to win a temporary injunction against sales of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Australia. The injunction, which is similar to the one which took place in Europe and Germany a few weeks ago, means that sales of the device are banned until a full patent case … [Read More]

Categories: Apple, Computing
NAND Flash

Samsung today announced that it has developed a high-performance 64-gigabyte embedded memory with 64Gb NAND for smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices, at the eighth annual Samsung Mobile Solutions Forum held at the Westin Taipei.

The new 64GB embedded multimedia card (e-MMC) provides the industry’s highest performance and thinnest profile … [Read More]

Categories: Computing, Phones
Samsung Galaxy Tablet 10.1

The regional court in Dusseldorf has overturned the temporary ban on sales of the Samsung Galaxy Tablet 10.1 in most of Europe, except Germany. The new device was banned earlier this month when Apple claimed that Samsung was “slavishly” copying the iPad and iPhone with it’s products.

The injunction was … [Read More]

Categories: Apple, Computing
512gbssd

Samsung has announced a new line of high-performance high-density SSDs with up to 512GB of data storage. The new high-performance PM830 SSDs support the Serial ATA Revision 3.0 interface with data transmissions at six gigabits per second (6Gb/s). Samsung say that these drives are ideally suited for high-performance notebooks and tablets.

Wanhoon … [Read More]

Categories: Computing, News
Samsung Galaxy Tablet 10.1

Apple has managed to win a temporary court order to ban the Samsung Galaxy Tablet 10.1 in Europe. They company already managed to delay the release of the tablet in Australia, and have managed to do the say in most of the European Union, except for the Netherlands. Apple is … [Read More]

Categories: Apple, Computing, iOS, News
3dtv

3D is here to stay it seems, as Sony, Panasonic and Samsung are attempting to make active 3D into a standard. Unlike other 3D methods, active 3D requires glasses with batteries, and the problem with these glasses is that they are all unique to each manufacturer. However, a new deal … [Read More]

Categories: Featured, TV
interdigital

Apple, Samsung and Google are currently fighting over 8,800 patents relating to mobile technologies, which could be worth over $5 billion. Interdigital’s patent portfolio is said to hold key patents relating to data transfer with mobile technologies. Google already bought 1,000 patents from IBM after it lost out to a … [Read More]

Categories: Apple, News, Phones
samsungssd

Samsung is now bundling its 470 series of solid-state drives with Symantec’s Norton Ghost 15 in order to make the transition from HDD to SSD easier for consumers. For those who are unaware, Norton Ghost allows you to make an exact copy of a hard drive, and clone it on … [Read More]

Categories: Computing, News, Software
apple

Apple has knocked off Nokia from the top-spot to become the world’s biggest smartphone maker.  The company also managed to stave off competition from Samsung, who also passed Nokia in smartphone market share. Apple accounted for 18.5% of global smartphone shipments, followed closely by Samsung with 17.5% of global shipments, … [Read More]

Categories: Apple, News, Phones