News tagged ‘samsung’
Friday, 13 Jul 2012
A gesture-based version of Angry Birds will be debuting on Samsung ES7000, ES8000, and ES9000 series Smart TVs later this month.
Thursday, 12 Jul 2012
An insider source told GSMArena that the successor of the Samsung Galaxy Note will be equipped with a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display. Despite the increase in screen size, the width of the device is said to be reduced. Its launch date is also rumored to be brought forward.
Wednesday, 11 Jul 2012
SugarSync, a free cloud storage service provider, expands its partnership with Samsung and will now ship on all Samsung devices that are equipped with the AllShare Play service, starting from the Galaxy S III.
Friday, 6 Jul 2012
In light of the recent spate of patents wars, Federal Judge Richard Posner believes that the effectiveness of the patent system, for the tech industry in particular, is questionable.
Thursday, 5 Jul 2012
A leak yesterday has forced Samsung to officially introduce the Galaxy Chat, the company's first phone to come with both Android 4.0 and a physical QWERTY keyboard.
Memory maker Micron is intending to buy ailing Japanese DRAM competitor Elpida for US$2.5 billion. The move will propel Micron's market share from 12.2% to 24.8%, moving it from fourth place to second place, just behind Samsung.
Tuesday, 3 Jul 2012
Samsung today unveiled its latest suite of edutainment applications, with more than 40 new apps coming to Samsung Apps for Samsung mobile devices such as Galaxy Note, Galaxy S III and Galaxy Tab 2 series.
Samsung announces the launch of two Android 2.3 devices, the Samsung Galaxy Beam which features a built-in projector as well as the 3.8-inch Galaxy Ace 2, in Singapore today.
Compared with the cost of expanding its in-house IT services, Samsung achieved a tenfold cost reduction by choosing to manage its infrastructure in the cloud.
Samsung has unveiled its 16GB DDR4 DRAM modules. They are manufactured using the 30nm-class fabrication process and they mark the company's steady progress in establishing itself in the premium memory market.