Today, Apple Corp. and Samsung Electronics told a court in California that they had failed to reach a settlement in their patent dispute, again, suggesting that a deal akin to that between Google and Apple may not be on the cards anytime soon. The war is still in continue.
In a joint filing late Monday, the two companies blamed each other for the failure of the talks initiated on May 5 by the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, San Jose Division.
The feuding companies have recently agreed to begin talks to settle patent disputes out of court, The Korea Times reported Monday, citing people directly involved in the matter.
Smartwatches are getting a popular in the consumers tech-market. If you own a Smartwatch, its probably a Samsung Gear... Why ? Because that's what the latest market research shows. Samsung is currently the TOP in the world of wearables.
Lately, Samsung shipped out 500K smartwatches in Q1,2014 and its already sold 1 Million smart-watches back in 2013. Samsung currently controls more than 71% of the smart watches market with its new series of wearable products including Samsung Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo, Galaxy Gear and Galaxy Gear Neo.
However, this doesn't mean that competition isn't on the horizon. LG's G Watch will be released at the end of May, and Motorola, HTC, and Asus are all going to jump into the Smartwatch game soon as well.
Samsung Galaxy S5 is already IP67 certified, However, Samsung hasn't given up the plans of releasing a more element-resistant Active version. The tougher version of the company's flagship, Samsung Galaxy S5 Active, isn't official just yet, but the traces of the smartphone are all over the place.
Today, a leaked case designed for the Galaxy S5 Active reveals a few interesting details about the design of the upcoming smartphone. It appears that the Galaxy S5 Active will stay closer to the design of its predecessor, rather than take after the Galaxy S5.
However, in terms of performance, the Galaxy S5 Active is expected to be a perfect match for the Galaxy S5 flagship. The upcoming rugged smartphone has been confirmed to pack a Snapdragon 801 chipset complete with 2GB of RAM. The Active and the regular Galaxy S5 units are also said to have identical cameras 16 megapixels at the back and 2 megapixels at the front.
Samsung has officially announced the Galaxy K Zoom camera phone 2 weeks ago. Now, the company has released its first promotional video that will go live on TV channels worldwide.
The marketing effort, which runs for about two and half minutes, shows some of the main features of the Galaxy K Zoom. As one can expect, the clip highlights the 20.7 megapixel rear camera and its features such as 10x optical zoom, the Xenon flash and the Selfie alarm.
The video also shows you how the auto focus and the exposure of each photo can be controlled separately. Watch it below.
Samsung will be unveiling the new Samsung Galaxy Tab S lineup for 2014 on June,12th event. The invitation photo indicates a new flagship tabs coming. We already saw the leaked Samsung Galaxy Tab S Photos and Specs from FCC.
The information is backed up by Samsung Mobile head J.K. Shin who said in an interview with the Wall Street Journal that Samsung will launch a new line of tablets in New York on June 12.
The Galaxy Tab S will have a 10.5" AMOLED display of 2,560 x 1,600 resolution and will tip the scales at around 287 lovely pixels per inch. We've also brought you exclusive report of its smaller and bigger siblings, which might be the other two in the "new line of tablets" all sporting WQHD resolutions.
The slate codenamed Chagall corresponds to the 10.5" Galaxy Tab S, the Klimt is an 8.4" version with a pixel density of 359 ppi and the Warhol with a 13.3" 227 ppi screen, which is the only tablet here to sport an LCD. All three will come in Wi-Fi only and cellular form (likely 3G + LTE).