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Apple drops cross-appeal from judgment in Samsung trial, no longer seeking permanent injunction

Apple drops cross-appeal from judgment in Samsung trial, no longer seeking permanent injunction

The Apple vs. Samsung court hearings went on for quite some time, and finally saw a judgment sent down in early May of this year. Following that, Apple sought a cross-appeal of the ruling, aiming to bring a permanent injunction of some Samsung-branded products. Now, it looks like Apple has reversed course.

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Samsung’s ‘Screen Envy’ ad tells iPhone users to stop waiting for a bigger display

Samsung’s ‘Screen Envy’ ad tells iPhone users to stop waiting for a bigger display

So far, Samsung has gone after the iPhone’s non-removable battery, and the iPad Air’s display quality. Now, they’re back on the iPhone, with all eyes tuned towards screen size.

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Samsung Level headphones finally arriving in the United States, Beats competition heats up

Samsung Level headphones finally arriving in the United States, Beats competition heats up

It’s hard to ignore the competition, especially when moves reflect so perfectly. For Apple, which is on the verge of acquiring Beats, seeing something like the Samsung Level premium headphones land in the United States probably isn’t a surprise at all.

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Samsung could release all-metal smartphone to compete with iPhone 6

Samsung could release all-metal smartphone to compete with iPhone 6

As we reported at Android Beat, Samsung could be preparing to release an all-metal smartphone next month. According to the report, the handset will be part of a larger lineup of Galaxy Alpha smartphones intended to compete head-on with the oft-rumored iPhone 6. Let’s take a closer look at the rumored device.

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Samsung pokes fun at iPad’s display and lack of multitasking, showcases the Galaxy Tab S

Samsung pokes fun at iPad’s display and lack of multitasking, showcases the Galaxy Tab S

Samsung doesn’t have any qualms about throwing in some Apple-branded devices in their own advertisements, especially when they’re trying their best to bash the competition. A pair of new ads shows us why Samsung thinks their new Galaxy Tab S tablets are better.

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Samsung Galaxy F reportedly caught in the wild, boasts a very familiar design

Samsung Galaxy F reportedly caught in the wild, boasts a very familiar design

Later this year, Apple’s going to launch new things, probably at least one new smartphone, and manufacturers are reportedly reacting to the iPhone 6 in a big way: with their own high-end competition. Samsung has long been rumored to be launching a “premium Galaxy” device, and this could be the first glimpse of it in the wild.

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Samsung pokes fun at ‘wall huggers’ and their iPhones

Samsung pokes fun at ‘wall huggers’ and their iPhones

Samsung has used its position as Apple’s main competitor in the smartphone market to its advantage quite well, using some of their best marketing techniques to poke fun at features (or, what they perceive as a lack thereof) in the iPhone lineup. In a new advertisement, that trend continues with a focus on batteries.

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Samsung in talks to acquire Nuance, the speech-recognition service that powers Siri

Samsung in talks to acquire Nuance, the speech-recognition service that powers Siri

Nuance, the speech-recognition service that powers Siri, is reportedly in acquisition talks with Apple rival Samsung, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal.

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Samsung announces the Galaxy Tab S, its latest iPad rival

Samsung announces the Galaxy Tab S, its latest iPad rival

Samsung introduced its brand new Galaxy Tab S tablet at a media event in New York City this afternoon, the South Korean electronic’s makers latest attempt at taking the iPad head on. The Galaxy Tab S is thinner and lighter than previous tablets in the lineup, with a Super AMOLED display that boasts a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels. The tablet will be available next month in both 8.4-inch ($399) and 10.5-inch ($499) sizes. 

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Ahead of Healthbook debut, Samsung launches its own cloud based health platform

Ahead of Healthbook debut, Samsung launches its own cloud based health platform

Apple is widely rumored to release a new app in iOS 8 called Healthbook that will keep track of your health and fitness by organizing data from variety of sensors and apps into a Passbook-like card based interface. Not to be left behind, Samsung today announced Samsung Architecture Multimodal Interactions (SAMI), its cloud-based sensor data platform.

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