Samsung takes eBanking fight to US
Published in News

On Apple’s home turf with a cheaper easier product

Smartphone leader Samsung is taking its eBanking product to the home turf of its rival Apple.

Power shortage might cause Flash shortage
Published in Memory

Trouble at Samsung plant might be sparking hoarding 

A power shortage at a key Samsung plant might cause a shortage of flash chips.

Samsung aiming for 5G
Published in Mobiles

Getting its A into G

After stuffing up its bets on wireless technology standards in the past, Samsung was to be in the global top-three player in 5G mobile networks.

Waterproofing mobiles will backfire
Published in Mobiles

Xiaomi warns it could all go so wrong

The trend towards waterproofing smartphones could end badly, according to Xiaomi CEO Lin Jun.

China shanghais the smartphone business
Published in Mobiles

Goodnight US and Korea

Chinese companies are swamping the top of the pops of smartphone makers and while Samsung and Apple are the main brand leaders, companies based behind the Great Wall take up the rest of the spots.

Samsung makes 95 per cent of OLED market
Published in Graphics

While the rest of the world is talking about OLED displays, it seems that 95 per cent of the displays made by Samsung.

Samsung might dump Android for Tizen
Published in News

Had enough

There are signs that Samsung's patence with Google's Android are flailing and it is seriously thinking about replacing it across its entire range with its operating system which sounds like a sneeze, Tizen.

Samsung releases NVMe PCIe ball grid array
Published in Memory

Headed for next-generation PCs and ultra-slim notebook PCs

Samsung has started mass producing the industry's first NVMe PCIe solid state drive (SSD) in a single ball grid array (BGA) package, for use in next-generation PCs and ultra-slim notebook PCs.

Justice department steps into the case of the rounded rectangle
Published in Mobiles

Will someone think of the poor rounded rectangles?

The US Justice Department has said that it is worried about the implications of Apple winning a trademark dispute against Samsung.

World's most innovative company is IBM
Published in News

Apple miles behind

Despite the Tame Apple press claiming that Apple is the most innovative company in the world, it is an also ran behind Samsung, IBM and Google.