According to several leaked documents, Samsung knew that sales of its Galaxy Tab were low, yet still knowingly lied about its tablet sales to analysts and investors.
With tablet sales expected to go through the roof this holiday season, Microsoft is hoping to persuade gift hunters that its revamped Surface slates are worth a look with the rollout of several ads pitting them against the iPad Air and Galaxy Tab 3 10.1.
MWC is just hours away, and Samsung is setting off the event with the announcements of its Galaxy Note 8, a beefier tablet with new software to take on the Nexus 7 and iPad Mini
Samsung can once again sell its Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet in the US after a judge lifted a sales ban imposed at the end of June. The ban was put in place after Apple persuaded a court that the design of the Korean company's tablet infringed one of its patents.
Apple's case that Samsung copied the iPhone and iPad has a long way to go, but both companies have managed to land some blows. Who's ahead so far?
Apple's epic case against Samsung for allegedly copying the iPhone and iPad finally hits a U.S. court room today. What's at stake for both companies, and what does it mean for other smartphones and tablets?
A California court has granted Apple a preliminary injunction preventing Samsung from selling the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in the United States, but is it a short-term hiccup for Samsung, or the start of dark days ahead for Samsung?
Samsung has decided not to pursue adapting Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich for the Galaxy S or Galaxy Tab, saying they're optimized for the previous version of the software, 2.3 Gingerbread.
The Samsung vs. Apple lawsuits are covering new territory: new claims include taking the iPhone manufacturer to court over smiley faces.
Rumor has it that Apple and Samsung both have tablets with double the resolution of their predecessors set to launch in February.
A ban on the sale of Samsung's Galaxy 10.1 Tab in Australia was lifted by the country's High Court on Friday following a long legal battle with Apple. It means the Korean company is finally able to get its device in Australian stores - during the Christmas…
A U.S. district court judge denied Apple's request that Samsung be ordered to halt sales of certain Android-powered smartphones and tablets as the patent battle between the two companies continues.
Apple has won another week's ban on the sales of Samsung Galaxy Tabs in Australia, giving Apple time to file its objections to the order.
In an effort to get around the ban imposed on its Galaxy 10.1 tablet in Germany, Samsung has modified its design, given it a new name (by adding one letter) and put it back on sale.