- News tagged "samsung"
Wednesday, 17 Jul 2013
Chromebook shipments are expected to increase by two or even three folds in the second half of 2013. This is due to an increase in orders by current Chromebook manufacturers Lenovo, Acer, HP and Samsung, who are also said to be launching new Chromebooks.
Thursday, 11 Jul 2013
Google is said to have allowed Motorola Mobility to spend US$500 million or more to market the upcoming Moto X smartphone globally. In 2012, Samsung and Apple spent S$400 million and US$333 million respectively on marketing mobile devices in the US.
Monday, 8 Jul 2013
Incorporating Samsung's Smart Camera technology, the NX2000 features a large 20.3-megapixel ASP-C CMOS Sensor, boosted by a DRIMe IV engine which works to reduce noise, improve speed and enable superior color reproduction.
Friday, 5 Jul 2013
Samsung has confirmed that it has acquired streaming media startup Boxee. The Korean company will use Boxee's technologies to further improve the user experience across its connected devices.
Thursday, 4 Jul 2013
J.K Shin, the co-CEO of Samsung told Reuters that the company is planning to launch an advanced 4G variant of the Galaxy S4, capable of delivering double the data speeds of existing 4G LTE technologies at up to 150Mbps.
Tuesday, 2 Jul 2013
Apple finally reached a deal with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (TSMC) to make chips for its products starting in 2014.
Monday, 1 Jul 2013
Samsung has announced the Samsung Evolution Kit and the Samsung TV Camera to bring users a more seamless, integrated, and immersive entertainment experience.
Thursday, 27 Jun 2013
In White Frost or Black Mist, the 4.3-inch Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini With LTE will hit local stores from 6 July 2013 onwards, at S$698 without contract.
Tuesday, 25 Jun 2013
Samsung Singapore has announced that selected 2013 Samsung Smart TV models are now registered with the IDA to be compatible with the digital format DVB-T2 and with Singapore's DVB-T2 receiver specifications.
Monday, 24 Jun 2013
Chinese security firm Qihoo recently discovered a serious flaw in the "cloud backup" feature of the Samsung Galaxy S4, which when exploited, allows malicious software to send text messages while assuming your identity without you knowing.