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US court repels Samsung's appeal against Apple over patent infringements

A US appeals court has rejected Samsung's appeal against an earlier court ruling that South Korean company infringed on multiple Apple patents. This comes after Samsung received support from top tech companies, including Facebook and Google.

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Samsung tries to get out ahead of iPhone 6s Plus with Samsung Galaxy S6 edge Plus... er... +

Samsung held one of their legendary Unpacked events today so they could showcase the bigger Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ and better Samsung Galaxy Note 5. So, what's new about the new devices, and what does it mean for Apple and the upcoming iPhones 6S?

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Facebook, Google and other tech giants back Samsung in patent court battle against Apple

Facebook and Google join other Silicon Valley tech giants to stand up with Samsung against Apple in court. The companies have petitioned against the court decision to fine Samsung.

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Apple and Samsung said to be nearing a deal to join the electronic SIM launch

Apple and Samsung are said to be in negotiations with mobile carriers around the world over the launch of an embedded e-SIM card, which would allow users to easily switch carriers.

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I finally figured out why Samsung makes anti-iPhone ads...

Samsung keeps making commercials that, instead of highlighting features potential customers might find compelling, spend most of their time showing off iPhones, and trying to make iPhone owners look pained, beleaguered, and just plain stupid. It never made sense to me as an acquisition strategy, though. iPhone owners aren't going to appreciate being called stupid and switch to Samsung, they're going to call Samsung stupid right back. But with this latest commercial, where Samsung misrepresents the differences in charging methods, I finally understood what was going on. Samsung isn't trying to win over iPhone owners—they're desperate to keep Galaxy owners.

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Apple vs. Samsung commercials, June 2015 edition

Both Apple and Samsung just released new ads for their flagship phones, the iPhone 6 and Galaxy S6.

Apple's commercials, an extension of the #shotoniphone6 campaign the company launched a couple of months ago, focus on how everyone from professionals to enthusiasts can capture, edit, and share amazing videos with nothing more than their iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus.

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A rising iPhone lifts all complements

Following the launch of the iPhone it went from being dismissed as a toy to being targeted for extinction to being copied for relevance.

Eight years later and, while none of those tactics have benefited direct competitors in the long term, the existence of the iPhone has lifted complementary businesses and created new ones.

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Apple and the importance of customer service

When you buy a product you're also buying the company that makes it.

Sales, gimmicks, ads, all pale to insignificance compared to how they treat you, the customer, in the days, weeks, months, and years following your purchase. It's something that needs to be considered part of the overall value and as part of the overall decision.

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Why celebrities paid by Samsung keep using iPhones

A few days ago boxer Manny Pacquiao was given a Samsung phone in an effort to get some of the attention from his fight to carry over to Samsung products.

Pacquiao's Twitter account posted a picture of it, and included a Samsung hashtag in that and several subsequent tweets. Most of those tweets were posted from the Twitter website or from a "social management tool". Earlier today, after the fight, when Pacquiao posted another picture and thanked his fans for their support, it was tweeted by — you guessed it — Twitter for iPhone.

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Samsung's latest video looks oddly familiar...

It's impossible to argue that Samsung didn't change course and make the Galaxy S6 seem as close to an iPhone as possible. They tried to match the look and feel, even if they couldn't match the fit and finish, and now it looks — and sounds — like they're trying to match the same visuals — and voices — of the advertising as well.

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