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Google, Motorola working on sophisticated 'X Phone' handset to challenge Apple, Samsung

Google, Motorola working on sophisticated 'X Phone' handset to challenge Apple, SamsungAccording to a Wall Street Journal (WSJ) report, citing unidentified sources aware of the proceedings at Google, engineers at the Google's Motorola Mobility division are working painstakingly on a sophisticated handset, which is referred to as the `X Phone' within the company.

As per the report, the handset being designed by the engineers at Motorola Mobility - which Google acquired for $12.5 billion this May - will chiefly take on smartphone market bigwigs Apple and Samsung.

Samsung descendants to hold separate ancestral rite to commemorate Lee

Samsung descendants to hold separate ancestral rite to commemorate LeeIn an indication that the feud among Samsung descendants has intensified and has moved beyond the courts, it has recently been reported that the two branches of late Samsung founder Lee Byung-chull's family will be holding separate ancestral rites to commemorate Lee.

Yahoo, Samsung announce expanded, multi-year Connected TV partnership

Yahoo, Samsung announce expanded, multi-year Connected TV partnershipIn a Monday announcement, Web portal Yahoo revealed that it has worked out an expanded, multi-year deal with Samsung, for the integration of Yahoo's Connected TV platform into Samsung's smart TVs.

The multi-year partnership will bring the interactive television software of the under-restructuring Yahoo to the 2012 lineup of smart TVs from Samsung; thus extending the consumer base of Yahoo's content partners and advertisers.

Apple posts notice on website saying Samsung’s Galaxy Tabs did not copy iPad’s design

Apple posts notice on website saying Samsung’s Galaxy Tabs did not copy iPad’s design  In a move which marks Apple's compliance with a UK court order, the company has posted a notice on its website saying that the `Galaxy' lineup of smartphones and tablets of its closest smartphone-market rival Samsung did not copy Apple's popular devices, iPhone and iPad.

Images of instruction manual of supposed Samsung Nexus 10 appear online

Images of instruction manual of supposed Samsung Nexus 10 appear online Days ahead of the much-speculated unveiling of the high-end Samsung Nexus 10 tablet at Google's forthcoming October 29 event in New York, Korean site Seeko recently posted pictures of what appeared to an instruction manual for the Nexus 10.

Despite the fact the source of the images of the supposed Nexus 10 instruction manual remains unknown and their authenticity is also unsubstantiated, the images do give a peek into the design of the highly-anticipated tablet which will be Google's biggest Nexus device.

Samsung may reportedly stop supplying displays to Apple from 2013

Samsung may reportedly stop supplying displays to Apple from 2013 The intensifying Apple-Samsung patent-infringement scuffle has apparently taken a toll on the wider working arrangements between the two tech giants, especially with regard to Samsung's supply of displays for Apple's popular mobile devices.

Samsung, one of the world's leading manufacturers of LCD panels, has been supplying displays for Apple's devices over the last few years. In the first half of the ongoing year, Samsung was Apple's biggest screen supplier; having shipped approximately 15 million panels to Apple.

Apple loses UK court appeal ruling in patent scuffle with Samsung

Apple loses UK court appeal ruling in patent scuffle with SamsungIn a Thursday ruling in the Apple-Samsung patent-infringement lawsuit, the UK court of appeal's three-judge panel sided with Samsung, and said that the South Korean company's Galaxy tablet did not infringe upon the design of the Apple iPad.

The recent appeal court verdict upheld a previous ruling by a UK court which had come to the conclusion that the Galaxy line of tablets from Samsung could not be deemed "cool" enough to lead to the consumers' confusion of the devices with the popular iPad.

Samsung unveils Windows 8 devices comprising its new ‘Smart PC’ category

Samsung unveils Windows 8 devices comprising its new ‘Smart PC’ categoryAt a Monday evening press event, for which the invitations were sent last week, Samsung unveiled its forthcoming Windows 8-based devices - including touchscreen ultrabooks - which will comprise the company's new `Smart PC' category.

With Samsung having promised in the invites that it will introduce a "groundbreaking" Windows 8-based product at the press event, the company fulfilled the promise by taking the wraps off its Series 5 Ultra Touch Windows 8 ultrabook.

Apple appeals Tokyo District Court’s ruling for Samsung in patent lawsuit

Apple appeals Tokyo District Court’s ruling for Samsung in patent lawsuitIn what marks the latest development in the ongoing high-profile Apple-Samsung patent-infringement lawsuit, Apple has appealed an August 31 verdict by a Tokyo District Court which ruled that Samsung had not violated some of Apple's utility patents.

According to a Bloomberg report, Apple's Monday-filed appeal of the Tokyo ruling has come in the wake of the fact that the court's verdict implied that Samsung had not infringed Apple's patents pertaining to technology for synchronizing music and video data with servers.

Samsung official has reportedly revealed his company’s serious chip rift with Apple

Samsung official has reportedly revealed his company’s serious chip rift with Apple According to a recent report in Korea Times, citing an unidentified Samsung executive, a serious chip rift has apparently delivered a severe blow to the multibillion dollar component supplier partnership between Samsung and Apple.

Samsung Galaxy Note II

Samsung Galaxy Note IIThe newly-released second-generation smartphone-tablet hybrid device from Samsung - the Galaxy Note II `phablet' - marks an evolution over its last-year-launched Galaxy Note predecessor; and, despite its big size of 5.5 inches, it appears to a convenient-to-use device.

With its distinctive design, featuring a 5.5-inch slab of plastic and glass, the new Galaxy Note II fits nicely in the user's hands as it measures 5.9 x 3.2 x 0.4 inches. In addition, with a weight of merely 180g, the phablet is not too difficult to carry around also.

Samsung’s top chip designer leaves company to join Apple

Samsung’s top chip designer leaves company to join Apple The much evident Samsung-Apple rivalry took a new turn on Thursday, with a Wall Street Journal (WSJ) report revealing that Samsung's top chip designer Jim Mergard is leaving the company to join Apple.

Samsung and Apple apparently on the verge of a new battle

Samsung and Apple apparently on the verge of a new battleThe two bigwig tech companies, Samsung and Apple, which are already involved in a number of patent-infringement lawsuits all across the globe, are apparently on the verge of a new battle --- with Samsung planning the expansion of its TV commercial which takes a gibe at Apple's new iPhone 5.

According to reports, Samsung has revealed that it is working on plans to expand its iPhone 5-mocking TV commercial in Australia as well New Zealand towards the end of this month.

Samsung reportedly set to launch Galaxy S III ‘Mini’

Samsung reportedly set to launch Galaxy S III ‘Mini’On the basis of the invites which Samsung has recently sent for its forthcoming press event in Germany, there are speculations galore that the company is apparently set to launch a smaller Galaxy S III version --- supposedly the Galaxy S III `Mini.'

Samsung’s Galaxy Note II launched in India

samsungClose on the heels of announcing the release of the Galaxy Note II in South Korea on Wednesday, Samsung launched the second-generation smartphone-tablet hybrid in India on Thursday.

The Galaxy Note II phablet is the first Samsung device running the newest Android OS version – Android ‘Jelly Bean’ – and, according to the company, the device will hit the UK markets early next month; and the US by October-end. The phablet will be eventually rolled out in 128 countries via 260 carriers.

Samsung to launch Galaxy Note 2 on 1 October

Samsung to launch Galaxy Note 2 on 1 OctoberSouth Korean electronics giant, Samsung has announced that it will launch its new Galaxy Note 2 in the UK market on 1 October.

"The introduction of the original Galaxy Note was a great success - we succeeded in creating an entirely new category. With the Galaxy Note 2, we're not only expanding the category, we're also evolving the technology to the point where it genuinely feels as though you're using a traditional pen and paper," said Samsung UK executive Simon Stanford.

Apple seeks another $707 million in damages from Samsung

Apple seeks another $707 million in damages from SamsungIn a move which is an indication that Apple is set to raise its stakes in its patent-infringement scuffle with Samsung, Apple - which was awarded $1.05 billion in damages by a US jury last month - has taken the legal route against its closest smartphone-market rival once again, seeking more damages.

Tata Motors appoints ex- Samsung official as president of PCBU

Tata Motors appoints ex- Samsung official as president of PCBUIndian auto giant Tata Motors has announced the appointment of ex-Samsung official Ranjit Yadav as the president of its Passenger Car Business Unit (PCBU).

Announcing the appointment, Tata Motors Managing Director Karl Slym said that Mr. Yadav's profound experience in leading a highly customer-centric business would help Tata in evolving its passenger vehicles business.

T-Mobile to sell midrange Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G for $150 with contract

T-Mobile to sell midrange Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G for $150 with contractWith T-Mobile being the only one of the four bigwig US carriers - the other three being AT&T, Verizon and Sprint - which will not be selling the forthcoming Apple iPhone, the company is apparently banking on its exclusive new Android smartphone, the midrange Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G, to soften the iPhone blow.

The Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G is hitting the budget-friendly T-Mobile's stores on September 18; priced at $150 after a $50 mail-in-rebate with a new service contract for two years.

Apple wins ITC’s preliminary patent ruling against Samsung

Apple wins ITC’s preliminary patent ruling against SamsungSiding with Apple in the Apple-Samsung patent-infringement lawsuit, the US International Trade Commission (ITC) said in its preliminary ruling on Friday that Apple had not violated Samsung's patented technology in its iPhone and iPad tablet computer.




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