Ever since Apple accused Samsung of copying its products, the rivalry between the companies has increased in intensity and has led to multiple bitter court battles over whether or not Samsung truly copied Apple’s devices. Apple supporters will, of course, claim that the similarities between devices such as the iPhone and the original Galaxy S are more than just coincidences. However, Samsung supporters have always disputed these claims. Today in court, however, Samsung’s law team admitted something that we hadn’t heard from the Korean company yet: they admitted that they stole from Apple.
While the Nike FuelBand may seem like the only option when it comes to iOS-linked fitness bands, a new competitor is entering the ring from Bluetooth master company, Jawbone. The company that is known for its Bluetooth earpieces and speakers has announced a brand new fitness band, the UP24.
The relationship between Apple and Samsung is one of the strangest relationships in the tech world. The two companies have been fighting in court over the past few years, while Samsung continues to supply different components for Apple devices. Earlier today it was announced that in their ongoing court case, Samsung admitted to stealing Apple property
As we inch closer and closer to the announcement of the latest iPhone(s), the rumors are picking up, and it appears more and more likely that we will see two new iPhones from Apple this Fall. A new report today by Japan’s Nikkei claims that the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C will be launched in Japan on September 20th.
The Apple iWatch has been rumored a lot, but it’s been quite some time since we’ve seen a concept of what the device could look like. Fortunately, Federico Ciccarese from Ciccarese Design has decided to show off his brand new iWatch concept and I must say that if this is Apple’s plan, I’ll be first in line to buy this on launch day at my local Apple Store.
Nokia has started airing a new Nokia Lumia 925 television ad called “Photos to remember from the night you can’t,” which pokes fun at the low-light performance of other smartphones like Apple’s iPhone.
iTunes Radio is expected to be one of the biggest non-hardware features to launch from Apple this Fall. The new feature is expected to compete with the likes of Pandora and Spotify Radio. While the new internet radio service sure does have some big shoes to fill, it looks as if companies are expecting the service to be the next big thing.
The next iPhone, most likely dubbed the iPhone 5S, is expected to be announced sometime next month. Until then, guessing games will continue on what new features will be included in the updated smartphone. We’ve heard rumors of everything from fingerprint scanners