Samsung has begun mass producing the hardware, which is intended for next-generation enterprise servers.
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Samsung mobile technology is set to be used for on-board camera viewing and social communications aboard Boeing’s CST-100 spacecraft, according to former astronaut, Christopher Ferguson.
Samsung slims down its zoom lens camera smartphone and brings selfie-features across from its camera line.
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.
The Korean electronics giant makes some iterative changes to its predecessor's shell and design, but packs a great deal more gadgetry and technology in the 5.1-inch beast.
The big question for Samsung is whether technologies like Android and NFC can create a halo effect and all-Samsung households to replicate Apple's success.
The South Korean firm has announced Isocell, a way to improve a camera's image quality without increasing the hardware's size.
It's a bit unclear whether there are enough large horses to make ARM servers commonplace in the data center today. If Samsung entered the market either to manufacture processors or launch systems, the game would change.
After becoming the market leader in South Korea's mirrorless camera market during the last quarter of 2012, Samsung is focusing more resources to win over 25 percent global marketshare by 2015.
People are using their smartphones for cameras, so Samsung released a camera with Android on the back. It's a nice solution that takes solid photos, but it's rather expensive at $550.
ICANN has set out new guidelines that it hopes security researchers will follow when disclosing bugs that affect the domain name system the internet relies on.
Samsung has introduced a new mid-range handset to its Galaxy range that includes 4G LTE connectivity, dual-core processor, and a 5-megapixel camera.
Samsung, Toshiba, Sharp, Panasonic -- we've heard from several of the heavy hitters at CES already, and they say consumers want smart TV tech. Really?
The South Korean tech giant has two R&D centres in Israel – and their work can currently be seen on Samsung's flagship Galaxy smartphone.
A Tokyo judge finds Samsung Electronics innocent of infringing on Apple's patent relating to the synchronizing of music and video data in devices to servers.
Dropbox is spreading its wings with integration on Samsung's new Galaxy Camera as well as the Galaxy Note II.
The verdict is in, and Samsung is looking at a hefty fine in the US if its appeals process is unsuccessful. But does the ruling have any bearing on the companies' ongoing legal fight in Britain?
What happens when you advertise WiFi ready devices that actually aren't? Consumer watchdogs will descend.
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