Tag Archive: Samsung

Reminder: Samsung event in NYC tonight, new gadgets and free drinks

Sep. 26, ‘11: Thanks again to Samsung Mobile for sponsoring SplatF this week. As a reminder, Samsung is throwing an event tonight (21+) during Monday Night Football at Tonic Times Square in New York City, featuring free food and drinks, demos of new Samsung … Continue reading →

[Sponsor] Join Samsung for a sneak peek at new gadgets and free drinks in NYC next Monday

Sep. 23, ‘11: Samsung Mobile will be giving consumers a sneak peak at upcoming products on Sept. 26 in New York. On Monday, Samsung Mobile will be announcing additions to their Galaxy portfolio, highlighted by the slim, sleek and portable Galaxy Tab 8.9. To … Continue reading →

Samsung says it would “never” buy WebOS

Sep. 2, ‘11: Jun Yang, reporting for Bloomberg: “It’s not right that acquiring an operating system is becoming a fashion,” [Samsung Electronics CEO Choi Gee Sung] said. Samsung, which has its own mobile operating system called Bada, is working to boost its software … Continue reading →

What’s new isn’t: Samsung just launched a 6-month-old phone, and that’s okay

Aug. 31, ‘11: One of the things you always hear about the mobile industry is that it’s moving so fast and that new phones are coming out every week and that it’s hard but important to keep up. But that’s only half-true. Things … Continue reading →

Samsung acts like it doesn’t want HP’s PC business

Aug. 24, ‘11: From the official “Samsung Tomorrow” blog: The recent rumors that Samsung Electronics will be taking over Hewlett-Packard Co.’s personal computer business are not true. We hope this clarifies any confusion that may have occurred. Well, okay. It’s possible that Samsung … Continue reading →

Samsung cites Kubrick’s “2001” as prior art vs. Apple’s iPad design

Aug. 23, ‘11: FOSS Patents has the story. Love it.

Apple could easily take 75% of the tablet market this year

Aug. 19, ‘11: The way things are going, Apple could sell 40 million iPads this year. It already sold 14 million in the first half of the year, and Christmas could be huge, unless the economy falls into the toilet. Between all the … Continue reading →

Of course Google’s Android partners will keep using Android — they don’t have a choice

Aug. 16, ‘11: Now that Google is buying Motorola, there’s an idea out there that many of Google’s Android partners, like Samsung, HTC, and LG, will start moving away from Android and building more of their phones on rival operating systems. But that’s … Continue reading →

Just to reiterate, Apple sold more year-old iPhones last quarter than any other company sold brand-new smartphones

Aug. 4, ‘11: IDC confirms that Apple was the no. 1 smartphone maker in Q2. Via Marketwatch, Apple captured 19.1% of the market, while Samsung was no. 2 with 17.3%, and Nokia fell to no. 3 with 16.7%. (Meanwhile, Apple also ran away … Continue reading →