Samsung has succeeded in getting the US sales ban on the Galaxy Tab 10.1 lifted - and is celebrating by having a pop at the iPhone 5 with yet another patent lawsuit.
Samsung's Galaxy S III is one of the sweetest smartphones on the mobile market. The only thing that could possibly make it better? Yes, you guessed it - Android Jelly Bean (4.1.1).
Talk about kicking a man while he's down.
Samsung has responded to the news that created shock waves yesterday.
The single biggest rival to the iPhone has been exposed as being vulnerable to a remote access hack.
Samsung wants to be the company that puts Jelly Bean on the map.
Although its existence wasn't much of a mystery, Samsung has made it official and announced the Galaxy Note II for all major carriers.
The Galaxy Tab ban will remain in effect.
The Galaxy S4 will not be revealed at next year's Mobile World Congress.
Samsung will be unveiling its new flagship Android phone early next year, according to reports.
Apple's long-awaited iPhone 5 is apparently powered by an indigenously designed A6 processor based on ARM's dual-core Cortex-A15 chip architecture.
Finally, Verizon has signed off on an Ice Cream Sandwich update for its version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.
It's expected Samsung's Galaxy S II will be upgraded to Android 4.1 in two months.
There are still millions more Samsung Galaxy S III units to be sold.
Samsung has confirmed that the Galaxy S II will receive the Android 4.1 update.
Yesterday Nokia rolled out its 920 and 820 smartphones. The problem? They are too dissimilar from the iPhones and Android handsets currently on the market.
For the first time since the launch of the iPhone 4S, it is not the #1 smartphone in America.
Samsung doesn't offer its Galaxy Note tablet-phone on Verizon, so the carrier has turned to LG.
The T-Mobile version of Samsung's flagship tablet finally has Ice Cream Sandwich.
Samsung says an investigation of conditions at one of its supplier's Chinese factories has revealed problems with working conditions, but no child labor.