Samsung has announced that it has begun production of its new Universal Flash Storage chips, which the company claims have a random reading speed up to 28 times faster than external memory cards.
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Despite having sold about one of every three smartphones shipped globally last year, Samsung is dabbling in luxury televisions and investing in memory chip production to diversify away from smartphones and tablets.
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Samsung Electronics’ triple-level cell (TLC) NAND flash memory chips are being received well in the market, reports ZDNet Korea's Cho Mu-hyun.
Samsung announced today that Dell is offering the first Non-Volatile Memory express PCIe SSD in the new R920 server. Need to squeeze every bit of performance from your servers? This is good news. Here's why.
Ericsson and Samsung have ended several wireless patent disputes in a cross-licensing deal that could be worth billions.
Although NSA's elite joint special operations command brags that they've been able to track switched off mobile phones for almost a decade, no one quite knows how they did it.
Samsung is back on track to post record earnings as memory ship sales shore up falling smartphone shipments.
Samsung and Orange tackle the enterprise together with supported tablets.
Facebook, Samsung, Ericsson, MediaTek, Nokia, Opera, and Qualcomm have teamed up to bring the internet to the two thirds of the world's population without access.
The tech giant has began mass production of "the industry's first" three-dimensional vertical NAND flash memory chips.
The Galaxy S4 is a fantastic smartphone, but I can't recommend the 16GB version with such limited memory. Samsung is fixing the situation by rolling out an update to allow you to optimize your microSD card use.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is on the way - here's the low down on the contract and SIM-free deals in the UK.
Request comes in response to Ericsson's earlier request that U.S. International Trade Commission ban some of Samsung's products amid the ongoing patent dispute between both vendors.
Ericsson is turning up the heat another notch on world's biggest smartphone seller with a plea to the ITC.
[UPDATE] Swedish telecoms company takes legal action in the U.S. after Samsung allegedly refuses to sign a licensing agreement under Fair, Reasonable and Non-Discriminatory (FRAND) terms despite a two-year negotiation.
The security researcher who disclosed a Samsung Galaxy S III flaw that could trigger an unwanted reset has said other handsets could be susceptible to the problem, including the HTC One Series and Motorola Droids.
Apple, despite its courtroom tussles and bitter rivalry with Samsung, relies on the firm for chips and components. A Reuters report suggests that Apple's reliance on Samsung isn't as strong as previously thought.
The operator's BarclayCard tie-in has been shifted into the smartphone era, with Samsung's flagship becoming the first Orange Android phone that can be used for contactless payments.
The Taiwanese manufacturer is the latest to say which of its devices will get upgrades to Android 4.0, following similar announcements from Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Motorola, LG and Asus
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