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Apple Seeks US Ban on 8 Samsung Devices

After its patent victory over Samsung in a U.S. court, Cupertino followed that up by filing a court request to ban the sale of eight phones made by the Korean company in the country, including its Galaxy S II and Galaxy S II 4G.

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Samsung's Android Phone Strategy Can Withstand a Legal Setback

The news of Apple's legal victory over Samsung is still making its way through the tech world. In case you missed it, a jury has sided with Apple on most of its patent infringement claims against Samsung, and has awarded Apple more than $1 billion in damages. Many of the specific findings surround design decisions in smartphones that Samsung has produced, but a lot of people are also wondering if the victory represents a win over the Android platform that Samsung focuses its smartphone strategy on. According to Google, though, most of the patents at issue in the Apple vs. Samsung skirmish do not extend to the core Android operating system. As PCMag notes: "The court of appeals will review both infringement and the validity of the patent claims,' a...

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Samsung Goes Big With 5.8-inch Galaxy Player

Ahead of the IFA show, the company upsizes its Android device for playing music, video, and games. It's edging closer toward the Nexus 7 mini-tablet territory. [Read more]...

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Samsung Reveals the Design Story Highlights for the Galaxy S III

Samsung was very keen to let us know that its latest flagship phone was designed for humans. Now, the latest in the revealing series from the firm gives a little more insight into how the team went about that. For example, product designer Hangil Song explains how the rounded edges...

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What Mobile Tech Companies are Doing Right

The mobile technology space is highly competitive which keeps companies hopping trying to come up with the best way forward. It's easy to be critical of most companies given their often confusing offerings, but for a refreshing change here are the things the big guys are doing right.

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