February is a month dominated by Mobile World Congress, a large conference that takes place in Barcelona, Spain, and, as expected, Samsung plans on making its presence known.
Samsung has rolled out a new ad for Samsung Pay, and like many of the South Korean company’s commercials, it takes a swipe at rival products from Apple. In the 30-second clip, comedian Hannibal Buress takes a trip to the famous Katz’s Deli in New York to highlight Apple Pay’s biggest weakness.
Less than two weeks after Samsung paid Apple upwards of $548 million for infringing the design of the iPhone and its associated patents, Apple has requested the U.S. court to ask Samsung to pay it an additional $180 million.
The battle between Samsung and Apple continues, as the former of the two levies its one last attempt to avoid paying out any damages.
Apple Watch grabbed an 18.6 percent share of the wearables market during its first full quarter on sale, according to the latest figures, diving straight into second place. This wasn’t quite enough to beat Fitbit to the top spot, but it did kick Samsung out of the top five.