News tagged ‘samsung’
Wednesday, 9 Mar 2011
As CTIA looms closer, Samsung is revealing more teaser shots of its supposed in-between Galaxy Tab with an 8.9-inch display. Various speculations have arised, including how the new Tab could be as slim as the Apple iPad 2.
Tuesday, 1 Mar 2011
Samsung is making an aggressive move into the tablet space, and word has it that the Korean company has another tablet on the horizon - an 8.9-inch tablet running Google Android 3.0 might be revealed at CTIA 2011.
Friday, 25 Feb 2011
Dubbed as TwinView, Samsung will continue to push their streaming technology onto their upcoming D8000 and D7000 LED TVs. This feature enables the TV to stream video content onto a compatible tablet or smartphone device.
Thursday, 17 Feb 2011
The power-efficient and highly-integrated Thor M5720 modem enables the new smartphone, which recently was launched by T-Mobile USA on America`s largest 4G network, to enjoy an unprecedented combination of fast connectivity and strong battery life.
Monday, 14 Feb 2011
NVIDIA and Samsung Electronics announced today the Galaxy Tab 10.1, a 10.1-inch screen tablet which uses the NVIDIA Tegra 2 mobile super chip to take full advantage of the Android 3.0 (also known as Honeycomb) user interface.
Saturday, 12 Feb 2011
With Mobile World Congress happening in less than two days, Samsung's Galaxy S successor gets its specs leaked with an image to go along with it.
Friday, 11 Feb 2011
Samsung today introduced three new Android phones that offer users more in a single device - the GALAXY ace, GALAXY Fit, and GALAXY mini.
Tuesday, 18 Jan 2011
Samsung introduced two new smartphones - GALAXY 551 and Wave II - to Singapore users last weekend.
Tuesday, 4 Jan 2011
Samsung teases with snapshots of its upcoming Series 9 LED-backlit 3DTV prior to the official opening of CES 2011.
Samsung has announced the development of DDR4 DRAM modules based on the 30nm manufacturing process. Claiming their feat to be first in the industry, the DDR4 DRAM module is able to achieve higher data transfer rates, with lower power requirements.