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August 2, 2012 by

Samsung's case against Apple is bogus, here's why

Two of the biggest names in technology (Apple and Samsung) have locked horns in an ugly legal battle with each claiming the other stole its IP. The judge should rule in favor of Apple because simply saying that you had a similar design "in the labs" doesn't cut it.

May 10, 2012 by

NSW govt signs for IP phones

The NSW Government has opted to roll out internet protocol (IP) telephones to the parliament and electoral offices, selecting Samsung Communications and Commander for the work.

January 31, 2012 by

EU opens antitrust probe into Samsung

Samsung is being formally investigated by the European Commission over licensing deals it made with rival manufacturers for the use of patents essential to mobile telephony standards

June 22, 2011 by

Call it a comeback: Plasma HDTV sales continue to increase after near extinction

Despite most critics favoring their picture quality, plasmas were at death's doorsteps a couple of years ago, with Pioneer and Vizio abandoning the technology as LCD sales surged. But after slashing prices, the remaining plasma manufacturers -- LG, Panasonic, Samsung -- have resuscitated the market for the sets, which generally deliver better black-level performance and are cheaper than LCDs at larger screen sizes.

January 13, 2011 by

Unofficial figures make CES a big success

Walking the show floor at CES this year it was clear that there were more people there than the last couple of years (and most of them seemed to be standing in front of the Microsoft stand watching other attendees play Kinect). The Intel, Motorola, Samsung, Sony, LG and Panasonic stands were also crowded all week, taxi and bus lines were far longer than last year, show rates at hotels sold out early in December and most restaurants had queues for tables again - which we hadn't seen since 2008.

April 4, 2010 by

LG taking passive approach to 3D HDTV in UK, which means cheaper glasses

One of the most in-your-face costs of 3D HDTV thus far has been the pricing of the active-shutter 3D glasses that the first available sets from Samsung and Panasonic have required: over $100 per pair. That means picking up enough of them to let everyone in your family see whatever 3D content you can find adds a few hundred more dollars to the large amount you've spent on a 3D set and Blu-ray player.

February 25, 2010 by

Microsoft adds Panasonic to its exFAT licensee list

Microsoft has made a second intellectual property (IP) licensing announcement this week. After announcing a cross-licensing deal with Amazon.com (which had lots of NDA stipulations), Microsoft announced on February 25 it had struck a deal with Panasonic for its exFAT technology.

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