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  • Has Apple Been Crushing Samsung?

    Apple may appear to be on the defensive at the moment, but the company has crushed rival Samsung's shares over the last decade, according to Bespoke Investment Group.

  • Analyst: Samsung is Getting Too Good, Too Fast For Apple

    Analyst: Samsung is Getting Too Good, Too Fast For Apple

    Google has created a "monster" with Samsung, which is now innovating at a much faster pace than Apple, Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster has said.

  • Apple May Be Cornered By Samsung on its Home Turf

    Apple May Be Cornered By Samsung on its Home Turf

    Samsung's Galaxy S IV may be the biggest worry for Apple and could further boost Samsung ahead of the iPhone-maker in the global smartphone market.

  • Did the Apple v. Samsung Trial Just Get Siri-ous?

    Did the Apple v. Samsung Trial Just Get Siri-ous?

    After suffering a setback when a judge voided $450 million of a $1.05 billion damages award won by Apple in its patent-infringement lawsuit against smartphone rival Samsung, the breaks are finally starting to go Apple’s way.

  • Will Apple’s Patent-Infringement Battle against Samsung Ever End?

    Will Apple’s Patent-Infringement Battle against Samsung Ever End?

    The long-running and acrimonious Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) v. Samsung (005930.KS) patent-infringement trial appears to have no end in sight as the presiding judge recently vacated $450 million in damages awarded to Apple and is now ordering a new trial to reconsider the amount of damages.

  • Apple’s $1 Billion Win is Getting Chopped

    Apple’s $1 Billion Win is Getting Chopped

    District Judge Lucy Koh has struck down more than 40 percent of the $1.05 billion in damages a jury awarded to Apple in its August patent infringement case against Samsung.

  • Are Apple and Samsung Tiring the Courts Out?

    Are Apple and Samsung Tiring the Courts Out?

    U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh has asked Apple and Samsung to narrow an upcoming patent-infringement case down to 25 claims and 25 accused products.

  • Judge: Apple, Samsung Need A Lawsuit Freeze

    Judge: Apple, Samsung Need A Lawsuit Freeze

    A judge has asked Apple and Samsung to agree to freeze a lawsuit set for trial next year until their appeals on a separate verdict can be dealt with.

  • Will Apple Launch 2 New iPhones in 2013?

    Will Apple Launch 2 New iPhones in 2013?

    This year, Apple might be taking a cue from Doublemint Gum by doubling our pleasure and doubling our fun...

  • Can Apple Still Get Samsung Banned?

    Can Apple Still Get Samsung Banned?

    Apple will have to wait for months to hear the final result of its patent complaint against Samsung with the ITC.

  • Will This Good Apple Go Bad?

    Will This Good Apple Go Bad?

    Apple and Samsung have finally beaten Nokia in smartphone Internet usage, but the iPhone maker's first lead ever comes paired with an absolute decline...

  • The iPhone is Taking Over

    The iPhone is Taking Over

    Apple surpassed Samsung over the last quarter of 2012 to become the largest mobile phone seller in the U.S. for the first time in its history...

  • Apple Recap: iPad’s Troubled Kingdom, No Samsung Ban, Strict EU Rules

    Apple Recap: iPad’s Troubled Kingdom, No Samsung Ban, Strict EU Rules

    Apple fell marginally for the second straight day, falling 0.29 percent to close at $455.49...

  • Apple Still Can’t Get A Samsung Ban

    Apple Still Can’t Get A Samsung Ban

    Apple’s appeal to revive its attempt to ban U.S. sales of Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus smartphone has been denied by a federal court...

  • These 2 Companies Still Dominate Half of the Smartphone Market

    These 2 Companies Still Dominate Half of the Smartphone Market

    Smartphone sales continue to soar, with Apple and Samsung solidly in the lead. Strategy Analytics reports that the market has grown 43% over last year's sales to an impressive 700 million units in 2012...

  • Analyst: The iPhone Will Suffer

    Analyst: The iPhone Will Suffer

    The rising clout of Samsung’s smartphones will give the iPhone a tough time in the ongoing three-month period, Citi analyst Glen Yeung has said...

  • Apple Gets Into Fight Mode Again

    Apple Gets Into Fight Mode Again

    Apple has said that an appeals court is cutting short its efforts to stop Samsung from copying its patented designs and features and making a profit on them...

  • Wall Street Analyst: TV Market is Ripe for Apple

    Wall Street Analyst: TV Market is Ripe for Apple

    Unimpressed by the next-generation televisions showcased at the Consumer Electronics Show, Topeka Capital analyst Brian White has said that the space for Apple to innovate in the area was wide open...

  • Is It Too Late for an Apple TV?

    Is It Too Late for an Apple TV?

    Does Apple’s absence of public commitment to a high-definition television product mean it has already lost out to Samsung in the game?

  • Tim Cook Has a Love Song for China

    Tim Cook Has a Love Song for China

    Tim Cook’s China-wooing spree is continuing after the Apple chief executive said the country was on its way to becoming the iPhone maker’s biggest market...

  • Are Apple and Samsung Calling It Quits?

    Are Apple and Samsung Calling It Quits?

    Samsung is reportedly looking for new clients to sell its mobile processing chips to, suggesting that the supply relationship with Apple may be close to ending...

  • Will This Move End Smartphone Sales Bans Forever?

    Will This Move End Smartphone Sales Bans Forever?

    In a declaration likely to affect future rulings involving Apple, Samsung, Motorola, and other equipment manufacturers, the Department of Justice and the Patent and Trademark Office have said lawsuits related to standard-essential patents shouldn’t end in sales bans...

  • Will This Samsung Trick Throw Apple?

    Will This Samsung Trick Throw Apple?

    Samsung is using a technical tactic to delay rulings in several lawsuits filed against it by Apple in the European Union as allegedly infringing products continue getting sold...

  • Analyst: Apple’s Display Future Looks Like This

    Analyst: Apple’s Display Future Looks Like This

    Topeka Capital analyst Brian White Sharp has said it’s inevitable for Apple to start using Sharp’s new IGZO technology, which was showed off by the manufacturer at the Consumer Electronics Show...

  • Apple: Can Low Expectations Be a Good Thing?

    Apple: Can Low Expectations Be a Good Thing?

    With Apple preparing for the launch of new products and services, it would only be prudent to temper expectations for the first half of the year, Barclays Capital Ben Reitzes has said...

  • Apple’s Rollercoaster Week: Here Are the Top Five Stock Sparks

    Apple’s Rollercoaster Week: Here Are the Top Five Stock Sparks

    The first trading week of the New Year wasn't all dismay for Apple considering the avalanche of the last couple of months, but bad vibes did mix with the good ones...

  • 4 Buzzworthy Tech Stocks in the First Trading Week of 2013

    4 Buzzworthy Tech Stocks in the First Trading Week of 2013

    All the top business stories of the day in the technology sector...

  • Apple Recap: An Earnings Scare, Tax Trouble, Samsung’s Surge

    Apple Recap: An Earnings Scare, Tax Trouble, Samsung’s Surge

    Apple is clearly yet to stabilize from its late 2012 losses and was the top decliner in the S&P 500 on Friday after falling 2.78 percent to close at $527...

  • Can Apple Halt This Samsung Surge?

    Can Apple Halt This Samsung Surge?

    Samsung will increase its global smartphone lead over Apple unless the iPhone maker gets aggressive with a smaller and cheaper version of its popular phone, market researcher Strategy Analytics has said...

  • Apple Recap: Waiting for Holiday Cheer, Mobile Match-Up, China’s Need

    Apple Recap: Waiting for Holiday Cheer, Mobile Match-Up, China’s Need

    The stock rise on Wednesday was short-lived for Apple, which went back to its end-of-2012 ways on Thursday and dropped 1.26 percent to $542.10...


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