The Korean tech giant rules the Android roost and controls a huge supply chain.
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Samsung says that sales of the Galaxy S4 have passed the ten million mark less than a month after being launched.
The 8-inch screen on the Note 8.0 is the perfect size to take advantage of portability while displaying lots of information. These apps work well on the Note 8.0 and should run well on other Android tablets.
South Korean electronics giant's investment in local rival Pantech in a deal valued at almost US$47.6 million will boost cooperation in smartphone and other business areas.
With the Galaxy S4, Samsung has squeezed a superb 5-inch screen and a host of high-end features into a slightly slimmer, thinner and lighter chassis than its S III predecessor. It's an excellent handset, but some will find the S4 overladen with unnecessary features and too expensive.
Samsung makes a big leap in customer satisfaction, but it's unclear whether the company can keep it going. Apple still leads the smartphone pack by a wide margin.
The consumer electronics retailer did better than expected in its first-quarter results. All eyes are on its post-EU recovery and if Samsung's in-store investment has paid off.
Samsung has a winner in the Galaxy Note 8.0. It competes directly with the iPad mini by adding features that Apple can't duplicate.
Has the race to secure links in the supply chain begun?
Samsung has acknowledged an issue that can cause its recently-launched flagship Galaxy S4 handset to fail to connect to, or stay connected to, some wi-fi networks.
The Android smartphone market generates US$5.3 billion in operating profits for the quarter, and Samsung contributes US$5.1 billion of that figure.
Company intends to spend 170 billion won over the next five years to train and hire new software engineers.
The unlocked Nexus-ish Galaxy S4 will quantify the market for a pure Android experience with Google pushing updates.
The Cupertino, Calif.-based technology giant plans to substitute one patent claim for Samsung's latest flagship device to its list of patent-infringing products.
According to the latest round of Gartner figures, Samsung remains on top for global smartphone sales, while Android steals 74 percent of the market.
The Samsung Future Technology Foundation will invest US$1.34 billion over a 10-year period to support development of materials, hardware, and industry convergence-related techs, and patents will belong to developers.