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Is the humble LED the future of printing?
Dennie Kazuo Kawahara, Oki Data Australia managing director, takes up the case for LED technology – pioneered by Oki more than 20 years ago – versus laser printing.
Samsung seeks Apple retrial after jury bias
New legal filing from the South Korean company demands retrial after US$1bn patent loss, citing jury bias for the verdict.
Judge denies Apple rescheduling motion
Apple's request to rearrange the schedule of post-trial hearings against Samsung quashed in court.
Samsung investigates Chinese child labour claims
Electronics giant to review 250 Chinese manufacturing partners after a third-party audit discovered the use of child labour.
Apple issues Samsung complaint
World’s most valuable company files an amended complaint in a separate case regarding alleged Samsung product infringements.
Samsung appoints new NZ marketing director
Fresh from debuting the Galaxy Note 10.1, electronics company appoints Michael Cornwell in marketing role.
Samsung wins South Korean court battle against Apple
Proving that jurisdiction does matter, South Korea’s Samsung scored a major victory over arch-rival and key customer Apple.
Samsung stung with $1bn Apple damages
Electronics giant plans to challenge a U.S. federal court ruling awarding over US$1bn damages to rival Apple.
Samsung's new Apple like Australian store?
As a jury deliberates the evidence in California, Samsung faces accusations of 'fast-following' Apple after the opening of their new store in Sydney.
Jury called in Apple v Samsung stalemate
Rival companies make no progress in settling their patent lawsuit, meaning a jury will decide America’s largest infringement case.
Galaxy S III pricing from Vodafone - Updated
Night owls given two shots at space travel prize, thanks to Vodafone.
Who’s behind the Apple ‘wake up’ campaign? - Updated
Who's taken responsibility for the stunt? You might be surprised.
Apple, Samsung to talk out patent grievances - Updated
The CEOs of Apple and Samsung are to meet face to face, along with their lawyers, in a bid to find a peaceful resolution to the companies’ ongoing patent battles.
Samsung kicks off olympic tour
It’s a mere few months until the 2012 Olympics kick off in London, and Samsung is keen to start drumming up support for New Zealand’s athletes.
Samsung ousts Apple
Samsung, Fuji Xerox and LED monitors have come out on top in three IDC reports on the New Zealand and Australian markets in Q3 2011.
Apple fans get 'Samsunged' in new ad
Korean company skewers 'Cult of Apple' again - are they prepping a King Hit for the Super Bowl?
Samsung tablet ban reversed in Australia - Updated
While the ban has been reversed, Apple is not giving up patent fight.
Samsung outsells Apple in smartphones
Shipments up 40% on-quarter and 300% year-on-year, according to Samsung's report.
Ingram introduces Samsung notebooks to NZ
Korean manufacturer Samsung launches five notebooks into the New Zealand channel.
Seagate and Samsung tackle SSD together
Joint development and licensing agreement signed to create the future of solid state drives for enterprises.