iSJ5, 28 Aug 2012if you are galaxy user i don't believe that you are really human! can you see human living in ... moreIf you perceive Galaxy users as aliens just because they are tech savvy, it seems to show that you just came down from the boondocks. Welcome to civilization my friend.
"Gartner: Android dominance continues, iPhone growth slows" quoted from gsma
this will not hamper android nor samsung in the slightest.. only worsened apples name
Plastic copies in troubles:
Steve Jobs, famous for his view that a product’s look and feel is just as important as how it works, was vindicated by a California court exactly one year after he stepped down as chief executive officer of Apple Inc. (AAPL)
A jury found on Aug. 24 that Samsung Electronics Co. must pay Apple $1.05 billion for infringing six patents, including four covering the design of its mobile devices.
Courts tend to give greater credence to utility patents, which cover a product’s underlying technology. This case was distinct for its emphasis on design patents, which reflect Jobs’s focus on the stylized nature of Apple’s devices. Of the 359 patents listing Jobs as co-inventor, 86 percent are the design variety, according to MDB Capital Group LLC.
“Given the infringement of the design patents, which protects the non-functional appearance of the iPad and iPhone, Apple now has considerable power to keep knock-off phones off the market,” said Tim Holbrook, a professor at Emory University School of Law in Atlanta.
cell phone spacialy i phone not good for pakistan b;coz of its hard cash or hot cake for mobile snatchers. we are bad luck
Anonymous, 27 Aug 2012Illegal plastic copyWhat illegal copy of this phone have you seen?
The features are not that impressive, galaxy s3 is the phone to go for.
Apple will also sue NASA for using non-American brand smartphones.
NASA is aiming to launch a line of small satellites called “PhoneSats” that are cheaper to make and easier to build than those it has produced in the past. To achieve this, engineers are using unmodified Android smartphones — in one prototype, HTC’s Nexus One, and in another, Samsung’s Nexus S — to perform many of a satellite’s key functions.
As NASA explains on its website, these off-the-shelf smartphones “offer a wealth of capabilities needed for satellite systems, including fast processors, versatile operating systems, multiple miniature sensors, high-resolution cameras, GPS receivers and several radios.”
“This approach allows engineers to see what capabilities commercial technologies can provide, rather than trying to custom-design technology solutions to meet set requirements,” NASA adds.
The total cost for building one of these prototype satellites costs a mere $3,500. Three are expected to launch aboard the first flight of Orbital Sciences Corporation’s Antares rocket from a NASA flight facility at Wallops Island, Va., later this year.
Anonymous, 27 Aug 2012Whatever! We don't care because functionality matters. We rather use plastic that can do every... moreif you are galaxy user i don't believe that you are really human! can you see human living in outer space? no! allien maybe! so you are................
Shrey, 27 Aug 2012Which phone is bestthe best fone in the future. you will find here:
it cost apple $254 MAX to make this phone.
it later flips it for close to $700
overpriced... is an understatement
Anonymous, 27 Aug 2012Illegal plastic copyWhatever! We don't care because functionality matters. We rather use plastic that can do everything than idiot show off.