Just a matter of days after Samsung was reported to be the top dog in smartphone shipments, another report shows HTC as the leader in the US.
Despite a concerted effort from Apple to cripple Samsung's presence in the smartphone industry, it was not able to shake up things enough to reach the top spot.
Google unveiled the latest update to Android at a media event yesterday, and boy does it bring a lot of changes to the table.
Samsung is expected to supply Apple with A6 chips for its next-gen iPhone and iPad - despite an ongoing patent war between the two industry heavyweights.
The unending legal war between Samsung and Apple continues with Samsung now trying to block all sales of the iPhone 4S in Japan and Australia.
A judge in the US will seemingly not rule in Apple's favor when it comes to the company's request to ban Samsung smartphones and tablets.
Australia has made the injunction against Samsung Galaxy Tab sales official, meaning they will not be available in stores for the holiday season.
There's a new chapter in the legal battle between Samsung and Apple. Advantage Samsung.
At the fifth annual T3 Awards show, it was Samsung's Galaxy S II, not Apple's iPhone 4, that was voted as the top smartphone of the year.
T-Mobile's announced plans to release two new Android tablets, its own SpringBoard and Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 - yup, the one that's caused all the trouble in Australia and Europe.
Google and Samsung have postponed the launch of Ice Cream Sandwich - the latest iteration of Mountain View's wildly popular mobile Android OS.
After Apple introduced the new iPhone, not only did Samsung sue in record time but now it's also blasting the phone's functionality itself.
We can't pretend to be surprised by this, but Samsung has already begun a legal process to try to ban sales of the newly announced iPhone 4S.
It looks like Samsung will continue to be late to the game when it comes to mobile operating system firmware updates.
A new report claims Amazon is eyeing Hewlett Packard's defunct webOS for future iterations of its Kindle tablets.
Despite a legendary legal battle currently underway between Apple's iPad and Samsung's Galaxy Tab, Samsung has introduced a new tablet.
The ugly and growing spat between Apple and Samsung is becoming somewhat like a digital World War.
Samsung's given up its patent battle with Microsoft, agreeing to pay license fees on every Android device it sells and to work with Microsoft on Windows Phone.
On the heels of winning its patent case against the Galaxy Tab in Australia, Apple is now going after local retailers who still want to sell the Samsung device.
Following Apple's success in getting Samsung products banned in the EU, Samsung's retaliated by asking a Dutch court to ban Apple's iPads and iPhones too.