Samsung has created a buzz in the smart phone market by unveiling Knox software. KNOX once installed on your Galaxy, will allow you to have two distinctive and secured environments for personal and business use.
This concept was much talked about by Samsung that gave birth to the hottest buzz phrases BYOD (bring your own device). Coming out of Mobile World Congress, it is believed that Samsung has added some additional security features
A collaboration of Intel and Samsung has introduced a Linux-based open-source software platform. The technical steering group has named this software as Tizen and has designed it specifically for smartphones, tablets, smart TVs and in-car systems.
Apple had recently urged in court that Samsung smartphones should face a complete ban, but a recent report has revealed that Judge Lucy Koh has rejected that appeal. She has ruled that the smartphones cannot see a permanent ban.
There is no doubt over the way competition is getting fiercer in technology market, but it has been claimed that Samsung Electronics is doing all to ensure that its new Galaxy smartphone is released as early as April.
As per reports by market tracker Strategy Analytics, Samsung's Galaxy S III has registered higher sales than Apple's iPhone 4S in the third quarter of 2012.
Galaxy Note II was launched recently and an updated version of software, allowing users to view multi windows, has been issued. It is believed that the updated software will be warmly welcomed by the users as it would allow them to use and run two applications at the same time.
Apple has been failing to explain why its profit margins should remain protected and not be presented at a court, which is demanding the same, according to a new report. Apple and Samsung had a brawl over patents and the case was managed in the month of August.
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