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Just desserts in Apple crumble?
Judge Koh cuts US$450m from Apple's famous billion dollar lawsuit victory over Samsung, but what about the other $600m?
You think you cooler than me: Apple or Samsung?
Now that you have the annoying Mike Posner song in your head, try turning your thoughts to the Samsung versus Apple battle for coolness.
Samsung Super Bowl ad steals the show
Apple falls behind in the "cool factor" thanks to two-minute US$15m Super Bowl advertisement.
Samsung slowly strengthens smartphone market share
Apple's iPhone continues to lead the way but the South Korean company closes market share to within 10%.
Review: Samsung ATIV Smart PC
How quite to describe the ATIV Smart PC from Samsung we wondered.
Review: Samsung Galaxy Camera
As a free-lance photographer myself, the chance to test out the new Samsung Galaxy Camera was a welcome offering.
Samsung NZ appoints country manager
Kenny Yeon tasked with growing the company's New Zealand division.
Samsung strengthens NZ presence
Three year staff rise sees headcount reach 170 as company targets enterprise.
So what did we get from the CES show?
Roger Bennett rounds up the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week.
Samsung drops European sales ban with Apple
South Korean company ends push to stop sales on rival products across the continent.
Who you should know: Antonio Leone - OKI
Leone joins OKI with 17 years of experience in IT marketing and product management.
Legal fees on Apple according to UK
"False and misleading" notice over Samsung apology means Apple must cover all legal fees in UK patent case.
Samsung completes CSR agreement
South Korean firm completes transfer of handset connectivity and location development operations and technology from CSR.
Samsung strikes early Apple blow
Electronics company wins preliminary round in ongoing patent battle with rival.
Leave printing to the experts
Printed documents are an absolute basic in almost every business today...
Is the humble LED the future of printing?
Dennie Kazuo Kawahara, Oki Data Australia managing director, takes up the case for LED technology – pioneered by Oki more than 20 years ago – versus laser printing.
Samsung seeks Apple retrial after jury bias
New legal filing from the South Korean company demands retrial after US$1bn patent loss, citing jury bias for the verdict.
Judge denies Apple rescheduling motion
Apple's request to rearrange the schedule of post-trial hearings against Samsung quashed in court.
Samsung investigates Chinese child labour claims
Electronics giant to review 250 Chinese manufacturing partners after a third-party audit discovered the use of child labour.
Apple issues Samsung complaint
World’s most valuable company files an amended complaint in a separate case regarding alleged Samsung product infringements.
Samsung appoints new NZ marketing director
Fresh from debuting the Galaxy Note 10.1, electronics company appoints Michael Cornwell in marketing role.
Samsung wins South Korean court battle against Apple
Proving that jurisdiction does matter, South Korea’s Samsung scored a major victory over arch-rival and key customer Apple.
Samsung stung with $1bn Apple damages
Electronics giant plans to challenge a U.S. federal court ruling awarding over US$1bn damages to rival Apple.
Samsung's new Apple like Australian store?
As a jury deliberates the evidence in California, Samsung faces accusations of 'fast-following' Apple after the opening of their new store in Sydney.