The Korean tech giant rules the Android roost and controls a huge supply chain.
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Kevin was on site in Vegas last week so we spent most of the show covering what was shown at CES 2014. Wearables, Samsung tablets, T-Mobile Uncarrier 4, and more were discussed.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 will need a new shtick beyond the S4's plastic body, life companion and software feature overload approach.
Samsung is going to back to the basics in design for the Galaxy S5 but may include an eye-scanner.
Apple and Samsung have agreed to attend a mediation session before they head to court in March over smartphone patents.
Samsung thinks big-screen tablets will sell just like gigantic televisions do. It remains to be seen if tablets with 12.2 inches of screen space play well.
Samsung will offer support for corporate and employee owned devices as well as various implementation services.
Samsung says that the company needs to ditch age-old business plans and ideas in order to remain competitive in today's markets.
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 company's stock dropped by almost 5 percent, wiping $8 billion off its market cap. It may be small change for Samsung, but fears for profit growth remain.
World's largest carrier is expected to fork out 82 billion yuan (US$13.41 billion) on infrastructure and terminal subsidies in 2014.
Following Apple and Microsoft (and soon Google), retail stores seem like the likely next step for Samsung.
We have seen some fantastic smartphones in 2013 and one phone remained clearly at the top of my list. Another one recently knocked it out of my pocket, but it still remains in my collection.
The new line will bring desktop-size capacities to the thinnest laptops when it becomes available later this month.
A supplier in southern China is accused of a series of labor rights violations including excessive workloads and owing unpaid overtime wages, according to China Labor Watch.
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