High level corruption claims
Samsung’s Supreme Dalek Jay Lee was arrested on Friday over his alleged role in a corruption scandal.
Huawei carving its own space
While the western press has attempted to make the smartphone market into a battle between the leaders Apple and Samsung, it is starting to look like both are losing ground to Huawei.
It looks like Android makers are rallying around to dump a spoiler on Apple’s launch of the iPhone 8.
Cue the jokes
The Tame Apple Press is full of stories claiming that Samsung’s battery factory in Northern China has just caught fire.
Local vendors rule supreme
The Chinese smartphone market is growing, but foreign companies like Apple and Samsung are losing ground to local brands.
48-layer MLC V-NAND delivers more IOPS with low latencies
Last summer, Samsung introduced its first NVMe SSD series based on a new Polaris controller that replaced the UBX controller design from its previous OEM-series SM951 and consumer-oriented 950 Pro SSD lineups, moving ahead with the introduction of 48-layer MLC NAND technology and industry-leading throughput speeds.
From Apple cheerleaders to “realists”
Beancounters at IDC have added up some numbers and divided them by their shoe size and worked out that they really cocked up when they believed Apple’s propaganda that tablets were “game changers”.
Can’t show it off at MWC
As we thought, Sony will not be announcing its flagship Xperia smartphone at MWC this month because Samsung appears to be hoarding the chips.
Beats Apple in "total addressable semiconductor" market
Beancounters at Gartner have added up some numbers and divided them by their shoe size and reached the conclusion that Samsung is the world leader of the "total addressable semiconductor" market.
This year, several smartphone manufacturers, including Apple, Samsung Electronics, Huawei, LG and Xiaomi are expected to introduce new devices that feature better AI-based assistants in an effort to increase overall market share, according to industry reports.