The Media Writes about Mobile Today-Friday

OVERVIEW: Facebook’s accounts are not particularly nicely, but the total user numbers have increased. Apple leads on tablets – and then start Samsung/Apple case with a millardkrav.

Thursdays featured the story of a high price on Microsoft Surface, a leak of a Sony Xperia Mint phone, and then you could see our web-TV feature on Asus Pad TF300 put up against Samsung Galaxy Tab 2.

We also wrote about a GPS error in the new Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for Galaxy Nexus, as well as about a worsening of the search function on the Galaxy S III after a software update.

Below you will find Friday’s start on the news day.

Facebook got multiple users

Facebook had a net loss of 157 million dollars, but the number of users has increased.

At the end of June there were 955 million users. Back in March there were 901 million users, and in December last year, 845 million.

Quarterly financial statements showing a turnover of 1.18 billion dollars, writes  our site.

Apple is still on the tablet market.

In the second quarter of 2012 were sent 25 million tablet computers out in the market, and there stood the Apple on the majority of them – quite accurately at 17 million units.

Market agreement for Apple is 68.3 percent, while Android tablets sitting on 29.3 per cent, equivalent to 7.3 million units. It writes our site with source material from Strategy Analytics.

The market research firm also writes that Samsung has sold 50.5 million smartphones in the second quarter, which is almost the double of what Apple has sold.

Billion requirements for Samsung from Apple

Monday starts a big lawsuit between Apple and Samsung and the fronts are sharply drawn up in advance.

The claim from Apple to Samsung sounds at no less than 15 billion kroner, writes our site.

Apple must prove in court that Samsung unjustified has broken Apple’s patents. Samsung declares himself innocent.