The Korean tech giant rules the Android roost and controls a huge supply chain.
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The company says its 27-inch curved LCD display provides a more immersive viewing experience for PC gaming and video streaming.
The Korean giant will now use Microsoft Word as the company's official word-processing program instead of its self-designed one, reports ZDNet Korea’s Cho Mu-hyun.
The big news in the world of Android this week disclosed that Samsung's smartwatch will arrive soon, HTC is returning to the tablet segment, and the Galaxy Note 4 will hit the market end of October.
Samsung has begun mass producing the hardware, which is intended for next-generation enterprise servers.
Can Samsung's popular Note 4 upstage Apple's first move into the category?
The Samsung executive is adamant that mobile is the way forward, and reports suggest the firm is planning to exit the laptop business.
Samsung Electronics has launched the Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge, which will be the first two smartphones in the Australian market that will be compatible with the 700MHz and 1800MHz bands.
Company expects to provide the service to all Android users - but the free offering will be limited.
Samsung has lost share in the fastest growing and largest smartphone market in the world, only to be further upstaged by the recently-launched, value-packed Android Ones. It will take some doing for the Korean leviathan to preserve its dominance in India
Wireless providers in the United States make it easy to pay more than you should for a smartphone and an accompanying data plan. Here are eight questions you can ask (and answer) to make sure you get the best possible deal.
Samsung's copious software add-ons and UI tweaks mean that the Galaxy Tab S delivers a particular kind of Android experience. We have a few issues with some of these extras, but the slimline Galaxy Tab S is still a very impressive tablet.
At the core of the smartphone war is an epic branding fight. Who is the ultimate winner in the hearts and minds of buyers? You might be surprised.
Samsung will launch its Knox security platform for free globally via Google Play for Galaxy S5 users on Thursday, ZDNet Korea's Cho Mu-hyun exclusively reports.
Smartphone sales are set to grow by nearly one-fifth this year, thanks to the low-end of the market