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Michael Harper for RedOrbit.com It´s been an interesting week for Apple“¦one of those weeks where accusations and claims are coming from every angle and yet, the company moves forward, confident in their conquests, both in the past and yet to come. Their best frenemies, Samsung, spent a lot of time in Apple´s headlines this week, first as 2 separate reports showed Samsung has larger numbers than Apple. What these numbers mean, however, is a completely different...
Samsung unveiled on Thursday its highly-anticipated Galaxy S III smartphone, the latest version of the company’s flagship model.
According to the International Data Corporation (IDC), Samsung has shipped 42.2 million smartphones all over the world in their first quarter. As far as IDC is concerned, these numbers have earned the Korean company a market share of 29.1%.
Although Apple opted out of a cosmetic redesign for the new iPhone 4S, a recent survey reports that the chic smart phone is still commanding a healthy sales lead over its rivals on the increasingly competitive market.
Samsung says that the claims filed on December 16 relate to alleged infringement of patents including those for Samsung's telecommunications standard technology and user interface.
Samsung lost another battle against Apple in the patent war on Friday in a Dutch court.
A report by BGR reveals that Samsung will be releasing its Galaxy Nexus smartphone amid Apple's new release of its iPhone 4s.
An Australian court was told that Samsung Electronics Co. has made a proposal to Apple Inc. to resolve their patent dispute in the country.
In courts all over the world, iPad creator Apple is fighting gadget manufacturer Samsung over various alleged patent and technology infringements in a series of battles that should make lawyers happy for years to come.