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Samsung All Set To Please The European Market: Galaxy S III Mini Unveiled

Galaxy S III Mini vs Galaxy S III

Samsung Electronics, the Korea based electronics and telecommunications giant have now come up with a mini version of the Samsung Galaxy S III the flagship phone of the company. The phone is to be launched on 11th October in Germany. Sources have reported that this phone has been specifically targeted for the European market segments. Samsung has been continually adapting to the changing trends in different markets of the world. With the already successful range of S series comprising of S, S II and S III, Samsung is taking a leap ahead from another android competitor with a middle segment phone in the form of Galaxy S III Mini. Continue reading

Samsung Vs. Apple Patent Case: Round 2 Begins

Samsung Vs. Apple

The two tech giants, Samsung and Apple suing each other for patent infringement is included in most discussions among techies. Even those who don’t bother to watch what’s happening, have to watch Samsung’s ads trying to show iPhone 5 as inferior compared to its Galaxy Note. When a verdict is passed and things seemingly cool down, there starts another war in a few days. Both, Samsung and Apple have grown into enormous giants that they now want to slay the rival and rule the future. The verdict that ordered Samsung to pay almost $1.05 billion to Apple has served a strong blow to Samsung. There have been hilarious rumors spreading about Samsung that it sent 30 trucks filled with 5 cent coins to pay the $1.05 billion to Apple. Though it was soon announced that it was just a troll against Samsung, it became so very popular that many media firms reported it as the latest news. Continue reading

What To Expect From Samsung’s Series 7 Slate PCs?

Samsung Series 7 Slate PC

Lee Byung-Chull founded a small trading company in South Korea with 40 employees under him in 1938. The main sources of business were groceries and their signature was the noodles they made. Though the business prospered, he was forced to close it down during the Korean War. The War was a temporary glitch to his thirst for challenges. He then went ahead and prospered in the cotton business. He had a vision of making his company a leader in multiple enterprises. His dream did come true and his company, Samsung stands tall in world business today. Continue reading

Apple’s Victory Causes Samsung’s Shares To Fall


The verdict on the patent dispute between Apple Inc and Samsung Electronics came out in favor of Apple Inc. The verdict caused concerns about the South Korean giant’s Smartphone business. As a result, the shares of Samsung Electronics fell down by more than 7%, wiping $12 billion off its market value. The verdict brought great benefits for Apple, as its Shares went up 2% at $676.71(all-time high is $680.87). The victory strengthened the position of Apple just before the launch of iPhone-5 and could empower its dominance in the market, since firms using Google’s Android OS may be forced to look at design changes. Smartphone business is Samsung’s biggest cash cow, and hence it is all set to contest. Continue reading

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 – Is It Worth The Hype?

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

One of the popular electronics companies in the world is the Samsung. The company is based in South Korea and is formerly known in manufacturing electronic appliances like televisions. Lately, they expanded their products in manufacturing computers specializing in notebooks and laptops. Their success in manufacturing computers made them decide to venture in mobile phone manufacturing. Recently, they have launched the series of Samsung Galaxy S making them in the spotlight of a tablet PC and Smartphone manufacturing industry.

Being successful in the launching of the tablet PCs, they had launched the newest product that is the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 that is considered as a hybrid due to its functions of a tablet PC and mobile phone. This device is very convenient to bring along because of its size but is giving amazing functions. Continue reading