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The After Math Samsung's newly discovered Galaxy, Google's gaffe and Seagate sells a lot of storage

In this week's After Math, Google got stung for its Street View WiFi mishap, Samsung revealed what is likely to be its best-selling phone (again), while the new Digital Public Library of America received a huge donation from the US National Archives. We're getting things ready for Engadget Expand this weekend, so expect a special edition TAM next week. We hope to see plenty of you at the event -- we'll be there.

  • Screen size of the Samsung Galaxy S 4: 5 inches
  • Resolution: 1080p (1,920 x 1,080)
  • Pixels per inch on the Galaxy S 4: 441
  • Pixels per inch on Apple's iPhone 5: 326
  • Pixels per inch on Samsung's Galaxy S III: 306
  • Length of Samsung's Unpacked 2013 event in New York: 50 minutes, 33 seconds
  • New phones announced: 1
  • Number of cores in the original Galaxy S (2010): 1
  • Number of cores in the Galaxy S 4 (2013): 8 (depending on region)
  • Pricing for the Galaxy S 4: TBA
  • Number of carriers that will offer the Galaxy S 4 on a mobile contract: 327
  • Pricing for the Vertu's first Android phone, the Ti: $9,600
  • Annual Vertu concierge fee: Around $2,800
  • Carriers set to offer the Vertu Ti on a mobile contract: none

DNP The After Math Samsung's newly discovered Galaxy, Google's gaffe and Seagate sells a lot of storage

  • Google's fine for user information taken during Street View image collection: $7 million
  • Microsoft's EU fine for browser choice non-compliance: $730 million
  • Digital objects donated to the Digital Public Library of America by the US National Archives: 1.2 million
  • Songs, videos, apps and e-books available on Apple's iTunes store: Over 28 million
  • Number of hard drives Seagate shipped since 1980: 2 billion
  • Number shipped in the last four years: 1 billion