Samsung's head of marketing in Australia says that when the company launched ads mocking Apple fanboys, it was "a tipping point." He loves seeing fanboy wars.
The US radio show retracted a report on working conditions at Apple’s Chinese factories, after it emerged that several of the claims made were ‘falsehoods’.
Is Apple turning into one of China's most hated companies? That seems to be the intent of a state-orchestrated media campaign.
It's been established that Microsoft believes the iPad has many, many flaws. Now Redmond would like you to know that the Samsung Galaxy Tab isn't all that either.
Adobe has received another tongue-lashing from Steve Jobs, who reportedly described Flash as a "CPU hog" and full of "security holes"
Despite financial disappointments, Microsoft has offered a new, more aggressive stance toward competitors. Instead of telling people that Apple is bad, should Microsoft start telling people why it's good? Or is that too hard?
As part of the WWDC 2009 keynote, Apple's Bertrand Serlet takes a few swipes at the competition and talks about the next version of Mac OS X.
In a curious attempt to kick those already a little down, Samsung decides that it's not enough to whack at Apple. It must bash Canada's finest smartphone, too.
The ad currently running for the Galaxy Note is a borderline infomercial and offers none of the Apple-bashing so enjoyed by Samsung in the run-up to the Super Bowl.
The battery displays a capacity of 1,810 mAh, greater than the 1,560 mAh battery in the iPhone 5S. But would that mean the new phone could last longer on a single charge?