Samsung rumoured to be offloading its PC division
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Lenovo named as the buyer

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn claiming that Samsung Electronics is about to flog off its PC division to Lenovo.

There's more bad news for Samsung
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You can never find a park when you need one

If it was not enough that one of its flagship phones developed a reputation for melting, Samsung has now been sucked into a government influence-peddling scandal.

Samsung is still the number one mobile maker
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Apple did not cash in on Note 7 fiasco

Samsung Electronics is still the number one global seller of smartphones in spite of the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco.

Samsung launches Nougat beta programme
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For S7 and S7 Edge

Maker of the ever-smouldering Notes, Samsung, has launched its Android 7.0 Nougat Galaxy Beta Program for the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 edge.

iPhone 8 might not get OLED after all
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Tech in short supply

Hopes that Apple might sex up its iPhone 8 with OLED technology could be dashed by the fact that its suppliers can’t make enough of the technology.

Samsung patents folding phone
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Full screen that folds?

Samsung has filed a patent for a folding smartphone and there is at least one thing that might get you excited. 

Snapdragon 835 10nm announced
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World's first 10nm SoC uses Samsung’s fabs

Qualcomm and Samsung have announced that the latest Snapdragon 835 is using Samsung’s 10nm process technology. One thing is clear the 2017 Snapdragon is now officially the Snapdragon 835.

IPhone 7 might have a heating problem
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Don’t expect a recall

Apple appears to be trying to copy Samsung by having its iPhone 7s catch fire.

Samsung buys Harman to get into the car market
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Everyone wants to be there, anything is better than smartphones

Maker of flaming smartphones, Samsung, has agreed to buy Harman which makes bits for connected cars.

Samsung has got 85 percent of its Note 7s back
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But 15 percent of owners  will not let them go

Samsung has said that it has replaced nearly 85 percent of Galaxy Note 7 devices through the company’s exchange program, with most customers opting to receive another Samsung smartphone.