The Korean tech giant rules the Android roost and controls a huge supply chain.
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The new global enterprise services aims to take on Apple-IBM at its own game, by expanding coverage to a wider range of devices — and not just Samsung's.
Samsung is looking at a 60 percent drop in its operating profit for the third quarter of 2014 amid increased competition from Apple and China's Xiaomi Corp.
Samsung is investing a new chip production facility in Pyeongtaek to boost its semiconductor business.
We knew Microsoft makes most of its mobile operating system money from Android, not Windows Phone, but a billion dollars? From one vendor?! Microsoft's good times, however, are in danger of coming to an end.
A newly unsealed legal document indicates that Samsung paid Microsoft $1 billion in Android patent-licensing royalties in 2013 alone.
Chinese customers can now use the near-field communication payment service developed by Samsung using the Korean tech giant's gadgets, reports ZDNet Korea's Jaehwan Cho.
Samsung's chip boss said supplying its 14-nanometre FinFet chips to Apple will boost its financials greatly, reports ZDNet Korea's Cho Mu-hyun.
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.
Company expects to provide the service to all Android users - but the free offering will be limited.