- News tagged "samsung"
Wednesday, 7 Jan 2015
At last night's CES 2015 keynote address, Samsung Electronics president and CEO called for greater industry collaboration and openness to enable a more connected future built around the Internet of Things (IoT).
Tuesday, 6 Jan 2015
Samsung announced today a new portable solid state storage device that aims to replace standard mechanical external hard disk drives with more reliable and higher performance NAND technology.
At a pre-CES press conference today, Samsung announced a total of nine TV screen sizes featuring the latest quantum dot technology to its 2015 line-up of Smart TVs. These new TVs will also feature Samsung's integration of the Tizen operating system as part of its smart features.
Friday, 2 Jan 2015
Samsung has revealed that all of its TVs in 2015 will use a new smart TV platform built around the Tizen operating system.
Wednesday, 31 Dec 2014
According to data gathered over the holiday period, Apple accounted for a whopping 51% of all new mobile devices activated.
News site Toranji.ir published two alleged photos of the Samsung Galaxy S6, one of which shows it fully assembled and running with Android 5.0 Lollipop-inspired notifications and Samsung-styled wallpaper.
Friday, 19 Dec 2014
BMW will demo its new auto-parking technology called Remote Parking Valet Assistant at CES 2015. It also said that this technology could be available on its cars in the next few years.
Monday, 15 Dec 2014
According to reports, Apple has returned to Samsung to manufacture its new A9 SoC and manufacturing has began at Samsung's plant in Austin, Texas.
Saturday, 6 Dec 2014
Samsung's Galaxy S5 is nearly a year old, which is positively ancient in the fast moving world of smartphones. Is it any wonder then that rumored specs for the next Galaxy S phone are beginning to leak? Read on to find out what the new phone will reportedly have.
Friday, 5 Dec 2014
A report has claimed that Qualcomm's new 64-bit Snapdragon is suffering from issues such as overheating and RAM controller issues, and that these problems are proving to be hard to fix.