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Phones That Learn By Tapping

Phones That Learn By Tapping

Samsung and Sony smartphones will soon include NFC-powered “tags” to help people pre-program their handsets, boosting NFC’s usefulness beyond mobile payments.
Kendra Srivastava in Samsung



Samsung to Offer Cheaper Tablets

Samsung to Offer Cheaper Tablets

Samsung plans to offer cheaper tablets to compete in the mobile market, after lower-than-expected sales.
Joe Arico in Strategies & Solutions



Samsung, Blockbuster to Boost Entertainment on Devices

Samsung, Blockbuster to Boost Entertainment on Devices

Samsung and Blockbuster are teaming up to develop a streaming video service to boost content for smartphones, tablets, and smart-TVs.
Lorien Crow in Strategies & Solutions



Apple Shifts Patent Strategy, Targets Galaxy Nexus

Apple Shifts Patent Strategy, Targets Galaxy Nexus

Apple is targeting Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus in court, changing strategy as it aims to take down Android through patent legal battles.
Melissa Daniels in Samsung



Apple to Attack Copycat Processes, Rather Than Products

Apple to Attack Copycat Processes, Rather Than Products

Apple may shift litigation strategies, attacking the process of “copying” rather than products, after losing a critical patent battle to Samsung in Germany, raising questions of the iPad maker’s costly and aggressive tactics.
Lorien Crow in Strategies & Solutions



Slimmer Galaxy S3 to Take on IPhone 5

Slimmer Galaxy S3 to Take on IPhone 5

Samsung’s Galaxy S3 features a sleeker design that directly compete with Apple’s iPhone 5 when released this spring.
Melissa Daniels in Samsung



Apple, Samsung Escalate Patent Battle in Australia

Apple, Samsung Escalate Patent Battle in Australia

Apple is widening its patent case against Samsung in Australia, suggesting the lawsuit between the two competitors is going to intensify before any resolution.
Joe Arico in Samsung



Samsung Delays Galaxy S3 to Sustain Momentum

Samsung Delays Galaxy S3 to Sustain Momentum

Samsung will delay the release of the Galaxy S3 to later this year, banking on the success of current offerings to produce strong sales well into 2012.
Lorien Crow in Strategies & Solutions



EU Probes Samsung, May Derail Patent Lawsuits

EU Probes Samsung, May Derail Patent Lawsuits

The European Commission is investigating whether Samsung’s use of patents to sue Apple breaks EU antitrust rules, a development that may put the company’s expanding cases and other companies’ court actions in jeopardy.
Sandy Fitzgerald in Samsung



Apple Bests Samsung in Smartphone Shipments, For Now

Apple Bests Samsung in Smartphone Shipments, For Now

Apple surpassed Samsung as the number-one smartphone maker in the world, suggesting the battle for supremacy in the handset market between the companies will continue to go back and forth.
Joe Arico in Samsung