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Samsung Galaxy On Max (Black, 32 GB)

Price : INR 16900 Meet the Samsung On Max – the smartphone that enhances your multimedia experience. With a 13 MP rear camera and 13 MP front camera, this smartphone takes your mobile photography to the next level. Its powerful octa-core processor, along with 4 GB RAM makes way for a lag-free multitasking experience. More >>

Samsung Announces It Will Pay Apple $548 Million, Reserves Right to Obtain Reimbursement

Samsung has announced that it will pay Apple $548 million in damages for patent infringement but the company is reserving the right to obtain reimbursement if any judgements are reversed. FOSS Patents notes that last month it was looking like Samsung would appeal to the Supreme Court. However, on Thursday afternoon, both companies filed a joint case management statement with the United States District Court …

Apple Surpassed Samsung to Become World’s Largest Smartphone Maker in Q4 2014 [Chart]

Apple surpassed Samsung to become the world’s largest smartphone maker in the fourth quarter of 2014, reports Gartner. Worldwide sales of smartphones to end users had a record fourth quarter of 2014 with an increase of 29.9 percent from the fourth quarter of 2013 to reach 367.5 million units, according to Gartner, Inc. Samsung lost the No. 1 spot to Apple in the global smartphone …

Samsung Acquires LoopPay to Compete With Apple Pay

Samsung today announced that it has agreed to acquire LoopPay, a mobile wallet solutions provider that turns existing magnetic stripe readers into secure, contactless receivers. LoopPay’s technology transmits the information stored on a debit/credit card through a magnetic signal to the payment terminal; however, LoopPay does not require NFC or any other wireless standard, so it can by used at most payment terminals found in …

Samsung to Supply 80% of Apple A-Series Chips From 2016?

Samsung has reportedly reached an agreement to supply 80% of Apple’s future application processors (APs) from 2016, according to the Korea Times. The agreement means Samsung will become a primary supplier of APs to Apple, pushing its chief Taiwanese rival TSMC back to second place. From 2016, the company will supply 80 percent of APs used in Apple devices, and TSMC the remainder.