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# Smartphone wars

All time
# Galaxy Note 9
Samsung releases new Galaxy smartphone with a promise of 24-hour battery life
Samsung suffered a 22% drop in sales in the second quarter of the year.
# you can't stop it
The iPhone 6 is coming in September
That’s what the Japanese are saying anyway.
# Smartphone wars
Five smartphones battling for your Christmas stocking
If you’re thinking of a phone as a Christmas gift, here are a few you should be considering.
# Technology
Apple's earnings fall again despite strong iPhone sales
Apple’s market value has plunged by about 25 per cent, or $160 billion, this year after three straight quarters of contraction.
# Smartphone wars
New iPhones available in Ireland from 25 October
Customers can register their interest in the phones but no prices have yet been released by Meteor, eMobile or Vodafone.
# Samsung v Ericsson
Samsung faces new court battle over patents, this time with Ericsson
Samsung has already been locked in court battles with Apple over the use of technology in their various mobile phone and tablet devices.
# Tech wars
Court bans some Samsung and Apple products in South Korea
A court has found that both tech companies infringed on each others patents which means that some of their products including the iPhone and iPad need to come off the shelves.
# Patent Wars
Court to hear Apple’s €2 BILLION patent claim against Samsung
The smartphone giants will lock horns in a federal court in the US today, with Apple seeking $2.5 billion for patent infringement.
# Smartphone wars
Samsung extends lead over Apple in smartphone market
An independent research group says Samsung’s range of phones – and the times it released them – helped it boost its lead.
# Patent Wars
Apple scores first victory in patent disputes with ruling against HTC
The International Trade Commission has ruled that Taiwanese phone maker HTC has infringed on one Apple patent, a key win for the Californian tech giant.