Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 14th Dec 2011 23:03 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless I'm never one to always be negative about something I don't like (he said, casually glancing at his collection of Apple products). Even in the universally despised territory of software patent lawsuits you can find a tiny grain of something positive - if you look hard enough. This time around, it's karma. Due to Apple's aggressive patent lawsuits, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 has actually gained in popularity - the exact opposite of the anti-competitive intentions Cupertino had. Update: "The tablet Apple tried to stop". Oh Samsung, you cheeky monkey.
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That old adage of any publicityâ¦
by RavinRay on Thu 15th Dec 2011 11:57 UTC
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is good because it increases awareness is at work here, I suppose.

That aside, Samsung is covering all bases by offering smartphones and tablets in various sizes, while Apple has just two sizes, the iPod Touch/iPhone and the iPad. Shouldn't Apple be concerned that it doesn't have direct competitors to tablets that fall in the middle? There's a group of people who are in Goldilock's predicament where the iPod is too small and the iPad is too big.

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Yes, size matters. I really, really want a Galaxy Note. I wrote to Santa begging to put one under the tree. If not I hope global warming fcks up his palace.

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