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Samsung's Galaxy S7 Will Mimic iPhone's 3D Touch
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Gigi3
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12/14/2015 | 11:36:09 PM
Imitating the technology
"Apple has provided developers with the APIs needed to add 3D Touch actions to their own apps, and application writers are doing just that. 3D Touch adds a new dimension, if you will, to the iPhone and the ways users interact with apps. Samsung wants this power, too, but it's not going to stop there."

Eric, copying and mimicking are common with various products, especially when competition is very tight. The concern is whether its leads to another patent war and court cases.
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12/14/2015 | 5:55:43 PM
Re: shaping
suppposedly, 3-d isn't giving Apple a bump in numbers in the marketplace --

 

expandable memory -- it's about time they brought that back
Ariella
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12/14/2015 | 5:41:12 PM
Re: shaping
I take it that retinal scanners are more secure than fingerprint ones, but I'd assume they cost more, too. Any figures on that?
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12/14/2015 | 5:30:18 PM
shaping up
"Samsung is expected to bring back support for expandable memory" That's good news, isn't it?
Samsung better be careful how it's gonna implement the 3D Touch, or it might get another lawsuit. In any case, the S7 is shaping very nicely.
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