Intel has blinked.
AMD may regain 30 percent of global desktop CPU market share in the fourth quarter of 2018 as Intel continues to lose ground.
All is not well in MPEG land
The New York State Court of Appeals on Thursday overturned a $115 million judgment against Samsung over telly patents.
5G, Qualcomm and Exynos mix
The chaps at XDA developers have got their hands on a Galaxy S9+ Android 9.0 / Pie ROM and found proof and the codenames for existing and future Galaxy S10 phones.
No 5G NR form factor devices yet
The IFA consumer trade show has just finished, and we wanted to share a bit about 5G with focus on the big silicon manufacturers. Both Samsung and Huawei didn’t show anything at the show, while both companies reassured us that they will have something later.
The Q900FN comes to the US in October
Samsung has unveiled its own 8K TV at the IFA 2018 show in Berlin, and this 85-inch Q900FN QLED TV will be available in the US as of October. Not that there's bitter rivalry been Lucky Goldstar (LG) and Samsung - both successful South Korean firms on the matter.
First NVMe-based external SSD with Thunderbolt 3
Samsung has officially unveiled its new Portable SSD X5, an NVMe-based portable SSD which will be available in capacities of up to 2TB, and feature a Thunderbolt 3 interface to hit read and write speeds of up to 2,800MB/s and 2,300MB/s, and will cost quite a penny.
Bigger screen, better battery, new S Pen and new SoC
Samsung has officially announced its latest flagship in the Note lineup, the Note9, which comes with a bigger screen, better battery, new S Pen, a couple of other updates, as well as a hefty price tag.
Surrender Tame Apple Press tells Samsung
Samsung Electronics posted its slowest quarterly profit growth in more than a year and the Tame Apple Press has put the boot in.
Slimmer chip for slimmer smartphones
While it has only recently announced 8Gb LPDDR5 DRAM prototypes, the company is not giving up on LPDDR4X memory as it has just announced mass production of the industry's first 2nd generation 10nm-class LPDDR4X DRAM that will bring slimmer chips and lower power consumption while maintaining the same data rate.
Samsung one step closer to unbreakable screens that bend in half
Samsung Display has announced that its unbreakable, bendable screen has passed safety testing in the United States, a step that will help the South Korean firm market the product.