Tame Apple Press sulks
In the fourth quarter of 2022 the Tame Apple Press was overjoyed when Apple replaced Samsung as the top seller of smartphones, now it turns out that quarter was an aboration and the South Koreans are back on top again.
Bing is better, call in the Magi
In a move that no one could have seen coming a few years ago, Samsung is considering abandoning Google as its default search and moving to Microsoft's Bing.
Bringing Radeon graphics technology to Samsung Exynos SoCs
AMD has Samsung have both announced a signing of a multi-year agreement extension that will bring ultra-low-power AMD Radeon graphics to Samsung Exynos SoCs.
Sluggish global chip demand
Beancounters at Yonhap Infomax have added up some numbers and divided them by their shoe size and decided that major South Korean chip manufacturing firms won’t be earning much in the first quarter 2023.
Plans to jack up its royalties
British chip designer Arm wants to increase the royalties it charges for its chip licensing, according to a report by Financial Times.
10Gbps/3.87Gbps and better battery life
Samsung has announced its newest 4nm Exynos Modem 5300, which promises impressive download and upload speeds and better power efficiency.
The jaws that bite, the claws that catch
The three year old Samsung 980 Pro PCIe 4.0 drive is becoming the knock off of choice with some rather good forgeries suddenly appearing.
Some are more reliable than others
While most of the world only uses HDs for long term data storage tasks, some of them might not be fit for the purpose.
Soon the US will fear South Korea
Samsung will invest around $230.8 billion over 20 years in the South Korean government's push to develop a mega semiconductor hub in the country.
Mid-rangers with 120Hz SuperAMOLED screens
Samsung has now officially announced both its mid-range smartphones, the Galaxy A54 and the Galaxy A32, both with the same 120Hz SuperAMOLED panels, but different sizes and hardware.