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Posted On September 27, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News

BCG: Apple Is Still The Most Innovative Company In The World

According to a new report from the Boston Consulting Group’s (BCG), Apple has retained the crowned as the most innovative company in the world in 2013. In its new report, The Most Innovative Companies 2013: Lessons from Leaders, BCG reveals the 50 companies that this year’s sample of over 1,500 international executives ranked as the most innovative. According to BCG findings: • Apple has been number one every year since 2005. • Google, which ranked number two from 2006 to 2012, placed third this year. • Samsung has been risingRead More
I got up early this morning and thought it would be a good idea to pop down to my local Apple Store. All things being equal, I could get lucky and bag myself an iPhone 5s (Gold). I got to my store at about 30 minutes before opening time and suffice it to say, that was too late. Here are some of the key takeaways from my experience: The folks at Samsung need to do another advert, people are still lining up for the iPhone. Somehow the memo didn’t getRead More
Apple iPhone 5S
iPhone 5S Panels Supplied By Sharp, LG and Japan Display; Samsung Display Not Included Digitimes is reporting that shipments of panels used in Apple’s new iPhone 5s are expected to reach between 10-15 million units in the third quarter of 2013. This will be reflected in Apple’s fourth Quarter Earnings report. According to the report, Sharp, LG Display and Japan Display are expected to be the main suppliers of the panels, with being responsible for seven million units. There was no indication whether Samsung Display will supply panel for the iPhone 5S.Read More
iPhone 5C running iOS 7

Posted On September 7, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

WSJ: China Mobile to Start Selling iPhone 5C

WSJ: China Mobile to Start Selling iPhone 5C According to a new report from Wall Street Journal, the long rumored Apple-China Mobile partnership might finally come to fruition this year. This deal will give Apple access to the 700 million subscribers on China Mobile, the world’s largest mobile carrier. “Apple has asked Foxconn, its contract manufacturing partner, to add China Mobile to the list of carriers slated to receive a new low-cost iPhone, one of these people said. It isn’t clear if the two sides have signed an official agreement or whenRead More
Samsung Introduces GALAXY Gear, A Wearable Mobile Communications Device Samsung took the wrap off their latest creation – the Galaxy Gear, at the annual Berlin’s IFA trade show today. The Galaxy Gear is a wearable communication device which  combines smart device connectivity, tailored technological features, and stylish design as a single premium accessory, according to the company’s website. “Samsung’s ongoing smart device innovation leadership reflects our commitment to listen to our consumers, who want their daily lives to be easier and more enjoyable. Samsung GALAXY Gear benefits consumers by integrating smart device technologyRead More
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According to a new he American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI)Samsung’s flagship model for 2012, the S III, receives an ACSI benchmark of 84 (on a 0 to 100 scale), beating Apple’s iPhone 5 at 82, the company’s most recent smartphone offering. OUCH!! This will no doubt hurt Apple more than those silly market share defeats. The Cupertino-based company prides itself on providing the best user experiences in its products. This is definitely not a crown they want to cede to Samsung. “The iPhone 4S matches its successor—iPhone 5—with an ACSI scoreRead More
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple is likely to bring Retina to the next-generation iPad mini. However, the company will have to procure this display from its archenemy  – Samsung, according to sources in the supply chain. It’s reported that suppliers are getting ready for mass production of the iPad mini in the fourth quarter. There is no indication as to when the product will be available to the public. “Apple is working with suppliers in Asia on its next iPad mini with a high-resolution “retina” display, unlike theRead More
According to a new report from Asia, the model number of Samsung rumored smartwatch device has been confirmed in an Indian import and export shipment documents. The report: The device is listed in the category of Samsung Mobile Accessory.The device is expected to be released at IFA2013 held in Berlin. The specifications of device it yet unknown but it will act as an accessory to Galaxy Series Smartphone. Here is an alleged shots of smartwatch (codenamed Galaxy Altius): This device could be Samsung’s answer to Apple long rumored iWatch project. However, it appearsRead More
Foss Patent is reporting that Apple has filed a motion opposing Samsung’s motion for a new rubber- patent trial. Samsung originally  filed a motion for a new trial about its liability for infringement of the ‘381 rubber-banding patent. Samsung argued that the patent has now been narrowed in scope due to Apple’s statements during the reexamination process, suggesting a different outcome of the infringement analysis, the report said. According to the report, Apple responded to Samsungs Monday, here are some of the highlights: According to Apple, Samsung’s motion can be deniedRead More
According to a report from Android Police, the Samsung website – User Agent Profile, User Da1L1 configuration, appears to have leaked information of an unknown  2560 x 1600 pixel ultra-high resolution. The report suggests that this could be the Galaxy Tab 3 Plus. According to the report: There are several high-resolution Android tablets on the market, with another bunch about to hit the stores in the next few months. Samsung’s own Nexus 10 has opened the road for crazy high pixel densities, and it looks that the Korean manufacturer will soon unleash another tabletRead More

Posted On July 11, 2013By Guest AuthorIn Editorials, Featured

The Moto X Smartphone Is Coming By October

In October of 2013, an all-American smartphone will enter the marketplace to challenge Apple and Samsung’s dominance. The Moto X Smartphone, developed and manufactured by Google.com (Motorola Mobility is owned by Google) aims to become the company’s new flagship device. Google and Motorola have formally announced that all assembling would be done in Fort Worth, Texas, making Moto X the first smartphone to be completely assembled in the U.S. The Moto X sets itself apart from its competitors by using self-aware technologies. Motorola claims that the Moto X Smartphone willRead More
Florian Mueller shared the final, public redacted version of the USITC  ruling on Apple vs Samsung case, which has resulted in an exclusion order against older iPhones and iPads. According to Mueller, the position taken by the USITC,  “is actually much worse than even the worst German FRAND-related ruling I saw. I didn’t expect this to happen, least in the U.S.” After reading the document, Mueller is definitely not exaggerating. Mueller used the following analogy to describe what is happening in this case: ..Think of a city somewhere in the desert whereRead More