This patent battle between Apple and Samsung is the lawsuit that just won't go away. Since 2011, the two smartphone giants have been fighting over five patents due to the claim that Samsung infringed on Apple's intellectual property when it made a handful of devices including the original Galaxy S 4G, the Galaxy S2, and the Droid Charge.
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Earlier this week, Samsung named the devices that were due to get Ice Cream Sandwich in early 2012. They've now confirmed that the Galaxy S and 7-inch Galaxy Tab definitely aren't in line for the update.
Just like they tweaked their evidence against Samsung with the Galaxy Tab, it looks like Apple has flubbed evidence regarding the Samsung Galaxy S too. They shrunk the image of the Samsung phone to look like the size of an iPhone, even though it's not.
The legal slugfest between partners-turned-competitors Apple and Samsung continues: Samsung has demanded that Apple release the iPhone 4S/5 and iPad 3 to their lawyers as part of a discovery process to determine if there was any infringement on Apple's part.
The lawsuits keep coming from Apple. Apple has just sued Samsung for "copying" Apple's intellectual property in their devices. According to the WSJ, Apple named the Nexus S, Epic 4G, Galaxy S 4G and the Galaxy Tab tablet as the culprits of stealing from Apple's iPhone and iPad. The lawsuit says.
Not that this is any surprise given the massive leak of photos and impressions that preceeded today's big Mobile World Congress event, but Samsung has officially pulled the trigger on an impressive reboot of the Galaxy S.
It's been beaten to market by Nvidia and its astonishingly rapid deployment of the Tegra 2 processor in pretty much everything with a screen, now Samsung is ready to start shouting about its own dual-core mobile processor - which it's decided to rename "Exynos". Here's how the marketing people came up with that.
If you own a Samsung Galaxy Android device, there's a good chance you're expecting an update to the second most recent release of Android, version 2.2. It has not arrived! A purported insider explains why. Short version: money.
There was a bit of a false start regarding Samsung's iPod Touch rival, with the long-awaited Galaxy S-without-calling-options turning out to be a disappointingly lower-spec device. Now Samsung's doing it properly with this.
Now that the Telstra Desire has got its Froyo update, it's time to turn our attention to the other premium Android phone from the middle of the year: The Samsung Galaxy S on Optus. The Telco has now given us official word that Froyo is to be delivered to Salaxy S users "in the coming weeks".