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Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Leak in New Batch of Photos

samsung galaxy s8 and galaxy s8+ leak in new batch of photos
Samsung’s upcoming flagship will be announced next week, while leaks about the new phone continue to surface on a daily basis. The latest regards a new batch of images showing the two phones in..
Softpedia

Technology › Smartphone maker Samsung backs away from planned split

The world's biggest smartphone maker Samsung, assailed by a shambolic recall and embroiled in South Korea's wide-ranging corruption scandal, on Friday backed away from a planned corporate..
Japan Today

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News video: Samsung Is Disabling The Note 7

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It looks like another nail in the coffin for the Galaxy Note 7 phone. Samsung is releasing an update that will stop Galaxy Note 7s from being able to charge. The move is the latest of many attempts..
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News video: Samsung Shareholders to Meet Amid Concerns Over Structure

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Mar.23 -- Christian Madsbjerg, Red Associates partner, discusses Samsung's corporate culture with Bloomberg's Betty Liu and Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
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News video: Samsung heir to be indicted on bribery charges

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Prosecutors in South Korea say they have charged Samsung group chief Jay Y. Lee with bribery and embezzlement. The 48-year-old was arrested in connection with a corruption scandal that has reached the..
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News video: Galaxy S8 Will Be More Powerful in China

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Everyone expects the Samsung Galaxy S8 to be a powerful phone, but it could be even more powerful in China. Word has it that the Galaxy S8 may come with 6GB of RAM in China compared with 4GB for the..
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News video: Samsung's Galaxy S8 Might Shoot 1,000FPS Video

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You might not need your old video camera if you're getting a Samsung Galaxy S8. According to SamMobile, the upcoming Samsung phone is rumored to capture videos at 1,000 frames per second. The report..
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Samsung will kill off all unreturned Galaxy Note 7 devices

samsung will kill off all unreturned galaxy note 7 devices
Samsung is taking action to rid the world of its faulty Galaxy Note 7 handsets once and for all. The South Korean firm will remotely disable the charging ability on smartphones that users refuse to..
MailOnline Also reported by •The Next Web

Everything we know about Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 recall

everything we know about samsung’s galaxy note 7 recall
Samsung's incendiary Galaxy Note 7 is officially dead and after an extensive investigation, the company now has details regarding the cause of the much-maligned smartphone's overheating issues.
Digital Trends Also reported by •Independent

Industry so far 'lukewarm' towards Samsung's post-Note 7 battery testing standards

Carriers and phone makers have so far largely ignored Samsung's efforts to promote its new battery testing procedure -- created in the aftermath of the fire-prone Galaxy Note 7 -- as a possible..
AppleInsider

Samsung shareholders welcome stock price gains, rue scandals

Shareholders of Samsung Electronics praised the company today for big gains in its share price while lamenting its involvement in a massive corruption scandal that brought the arrest of the companys de..
Deccan Herald

Samsung Electronics chief says sorry for scandal

samsung electronics chief says sorry for scandal
The firm apologises to shareholders its role in a corruption case and for the Galaxy Note 7 recall.
BBC News

Samsung to Cut Galaxy Note 7 Battery Charging Functionality

samsung to cut galaxy note 7 battery charging functionality
Samsung surely wants to get over the Galaxy Note 7 debacle from last year and make sure that faulty units don’t affect more users. It took months for the company to retrieve Galaxy Note 7 units after..
Softpedia

Samsung Galaxy S8 Pre-Orders Might Start On March 29 in Europe

samsung galaxy s8 pre-orders might start on march 29 in europe
Samsung is less than a week away from announcing its first flagship smartphone after the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, and leaks about the Galaxy S8 continue to surface. Yesterday’s Target ad basically..
Softpedia

Samsung Galaxy Note 8: The next flagship could feature 6.4-inch 4K display with 256GB storage

Fresh leaks for the almost forgotten Galaxy Note 8 have surfaced online. After all that happened with the Galaxy Note 7, Samsung promised a Galaxy Note 8 in the making. The company’s mobile chief Koh..
BGR India

The Galaxy Note7 was an explosive failure. Here's how Samsung could follow it.

Samsung is poised to finally reveal the long-awaited Galaxy S8 next week But we’re more excited to see how Samsung will follow up the spectacular failure of last year's Galaxy Note7 — you know,..
Mashable

Look before you leap: 4 hard truths about IoT

Most technologies go through a stage when everything seems possible. Personal computers in the early 1980s, the internet in the late 1990s and mobile apps around the beginning of this decade were like..
PC World

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 release date, news and rumors


TechRadar

Apple iPhone 6s Was the World’s Best-Selling Smartphone Last Year

apple iphone 6s was the world’s best-selling smartphone last year
Research firm IHS Markit conducted an analysis that revealed the world’s best-selling smartphone last year. According to the firm, Apple’s iPhone 6s outsold all competing smartphones from last year..
Softpedia Also reported by •BGR India

Samsung Unpacked

samsung unpacked
Samsung has a lot to prove after the Galaxy Note 7 recall, and the Galaxy S8 will be its first step in regaining consumer trust. The Korean giant skipped out on launching its product at Mobile World..
Digital Trends

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Rumors and News: Most Powerful Upcoming Phone?

Samsung claims that the Galaxy Note 8 might be the best phone of 2017.
Enstarz

I tried Samsung’s Android answer to the iPad Pro — here’s what it’s like

i tried samsung’s android answer to the ipad pro — here’s what it’s like
I like Android. I think it looks good, I like how Google’s apps are the default, and I like being able to screw with the whole thing whenever I get bored. When it’s done right, and when it’s..
Business Insider

Samsung Galaxy S8: everything we know so far

samsung galaxy s8: everything we know so far
Samsung’s new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S8, is almost here. Samsung is hosting a special event in New York on March 29th to announce its latest and greatest smartphone, with a radical new..
The Verge

Samsung Pay finally arrives in India

Samsung has launched its mobile payment service, Samsung Pay in India. It can be used to make purchases wherein you can swipe or tap your debit or credit card to make payments. Currently, the service..
DNA

Samsung Pay contactless payment solution launched in India; here’s how it works

Samsung has officially announced the rollout of its Samsung Pay contactless payment solution. Samsung earlier this month had launched a ‘Register for Early Access’ program allowing users to be..
BGR India


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