Posted by Dale Buss on January 25, 2012 09:01 AM
Apple's blockbuster quarter puts iPhone ahead of Google smartphones in the U.S.
Brinker International expands value strategy at Chili's.
Christian Louboutin makes the IP case for its red-soled shoes.
Davos kicks off with worries about eurozone crisis.
Del Frisco's Restaurant plans IPO.
Fiat launches ad for new Panda into Italian austerity zeitgeist.Continue reading...
Posted by Michael Waltzer on October 19, 2011 05:01 PM
With all the excitement and many happenings with Apple and the iPhone 4S lately, it didn't take long before the standard new-phone video took hold: the drop test. So classic, David Letterman made it a regular segment on his show for years. What makes this particular drop test so juicy? It's with the brand new iPhone 4S and Samsung Galaxy II.
The first test was a waist high drop. The second, a shoulder high drop, and the third a facedown drop. The winner? While there's never a winner in a phone dropping contest, the least damaged phone was the Samsung Galaxy II, while the iPhone 4S was virtually shattered. No surprise there. The Galaxy II uses plastic all around and nearly indestructible Corning Gorilla Glass on the front. The iPhone uses a metal band with glass for the front and the back. But how about the idea of the video?Continue reading...