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High Court rules Galaxy Tab does not copy iPad


Apple loses second court case in a week as judge rules the Galaxy Tab should not be confused with the iPad as the Samsung devices are “not as cool”

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Samsung offers $4m prize fund for app development contest


Contest sees developers create an application for the Samsung Galaxy Note and Galaxy Tab, with prize fund divided amongst 80 winning apps 

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O2 Money launches insurance for tablet devices


Two tiers of insurance policies costing £10 and £15 a month available for Apple iPads and Samsung Galaxy Tabs, with available range extended in the coming months

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Cutting Room: The king is dead, long live the king


Samsung overtaking Nokia as the world’s number one handset manufacturer is no surprise and while Samsung continues to dominate, Nokia’s problems deepen

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Samsung to open concession at Phones 4U on Oxford Street


Dedicated space to open from tomorrow, offering the widest range of Samsung products available for demonstration anywhere in the UK

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Huawei MediaPad: tomorrow, the world


A great screen, solid specs and a size to suit everyone – the Chinese manufacturer’s first Android tablet makes the best of Google and gives you more bang for your buck, but without cutting any corners

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Patents: an intellectual war


Knowledge is both power and money, as the growing markets for smartphones and tablets has meant a race between manufacturers to own intellectual property. Jasper Jackson reports on the battle for patents

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Samsung sponsors swim across Irish Channel for Cancer UK


Samsung pledges to donate £3,500 to cancer charity for every mile swum by a team which includes Sir Richard Branson and Ronan Keating

Samsung is sponsoring a swim across the Irish Channel which aims to raise £1 million for Cancer Research UK.

The ‘The Samsung Galaxy S II Swim’ will see a team of swimmers, including Sir Richard Branson and former Boyzone musician Ronan Keating, attempt to swim from Holyhead in Wales to Dublin in Ireland on September 31.

Samsung will contribute £3,500 for each mile across the channel completed by the team, who will record their efforts using Samsung’s Galaxy II S smartphone and Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet.

The swimmers will have to cover 56 miles on their journey from  Holyhead to Dublin, meaning that if the team complete their swim Samsung could be in line to donate almost £200,000 to Cancer Research.

Samsung Mobile UK and Ireland managing director Simon Stanford (pictured) said: “Our range of Galaxy devices are designed for people that live life to the full so it’s fitting we sponsor such an exciting and adventurous  challenge that we know will appeal to all Samsung  customers.

“It’s an ambitious target for an ambitious challenge and we encourage all customers to get behind the team and donate whatever they can to help reach the £1 million target for such a worthwhile cause.”

Cancer Research UK supporter led fundraising director Frances Milner said: “We are delighted to have Samsung on board as our headline sponsor. This is a tough challenge – the Irish Sea is almost three times the length of the English Channel – but we have a great team who are all motivated by our aim to raise £1million.

“Every two minutes someone in the UK is diagnosed with cancer and so events like this are vital for raising money for our lifesaving work.”

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Samsung targets iPad market share as Tab 10.1 looms


Manufacturer aiming for a big slice of Apple’s current 70 per cent tablet share following the release of its next device in two weeks time

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Huawei to be the next HTC?


With the appointment of Mark Mitchinson and rumours of a substantial UK marketing brand push, could Huawei be about to replicate the success of HTC? Michael Garwood asks the industry about its chances

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