Samsung claims partnership with news publication Ars Technica in latest branding mishap

We all had a good laugh when Samsung announced its partnership with the knockoff “Supreme Italia” brand earlier this month. Interestingly, it seems like Samsung is making botching its partners’ brands and logos somewhat of a trend. In a blog post announcing the expansion of its HDR10+ ecosystem, Samsung prominently features fellow news publication Ars Technica’s logo alongside big names like Qualcomm, 20th Century Fox, Warner Bros, and more.

At this point, you’re probably wondering how exactly this snafu occurred. Read MoreSamsung claims partnership with news publication Ars Technica in latest branding mishap was written by the awesome team at Android Police. …

Samsung claims partnership with news publication Ars Technica in latest branding mishap

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