The electronics titans square off in a tangled tale of mobile technology, centered on Apple's iPhone
It's not just smartphones -- Apple and Samsung are leading the charge in PCs, which include tablets, according to market researcher Canalys.
The Korean electronics giant preps two new high-end tablets to compete directly with Apple's iPad and iPad Mini, says a Korean portal site.
The carrier is dropping the upfront cost of some Apple and Samsung phones and tablets starting on Wednesday.
Michael Wagner, an expert witness hired by Samsung, says Apple has overstated how much money it's due for Samsung's infringement on Apple's "pinch to zoom" tech.
A Samsung executive told analysts the company expects to double its 2012 tablet sales this year.
Available August 15, the 7-inch Samsung tablet comes in black and white color options.
The latest recap of customer satisfaction reflects the strengths of the two companies. Samsung gets strong marks for the cost of its tablets, and Apple scores well in performance and ease of operation.
Samsung snagged 36.1 percent of smartphone shipments in the second quarter, compared with 29.7 percent for Apple, new data from Counterpoint Research shows.
The iPhone accounts for a little more than half of all smartphone traffic seen in July by online ad network Chitika, with Samsung in second place.
A video showing the opening of a Samsung store in Brazil has music and dancing -- maybe too much dancing.