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Samsung Introduces GALAXY Gear, A Wearable Mobile Communications Device Samsung took the wrap off their latest creation – the Galaxy Gear, at the annual Berlin’s IFA trade show today. The Galaxy Gear is a wearable communication device which  combines smart device connectivity, tailored technological features, and stylish design as a single premium accessory, according to the company’s website. “Samsung’s ongoing smart device innovation leadership reflects our commitment to listen to our consumers, who want their daily lives to be easier and more enjoyable. Samsung GALAXY Gear benefits consumers by integrating smart device technologyRead More

Posted On September 4, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn Samsung News

Samsung Unveils Galaxy Note 3

Samsung Unveils Galaxy Note 3 Samsung has unveiled their new Galaxy Note 3 device at the annual Berlin’s IFA trade show today. GALAXY Note 3 The new Samsung GALAXY Note 3 adds delight to daily tasks and infuses innovative features that help consumers tell the story of their lives. Samsung GALAXY Note 3 delivers a larger and better screen for the best viewing experience and more powerful multitasking, and introduces significant S Pen improvements that make everyday life easier and faster. “We introduced the original GALAXY Note in 2011 and launchedRead More
Despite not setting the world alight with its original offerings – Microsof Surface PCs Tablets, Microsoft is set to continue their foray in the tablet market, according to Digitimes. This information came courtesy of sources from the upstream supply chain. Microsoft is expected to announce second-generation Surface tablets at the company’s Build Developer Conference scheduled for June 26-28. This time the Company will be targeting the 7- to 9-inch displays range to meet the rising demand for smaller tablet devices, according to the report.Microsoft has reportedly shipped 1.5 million units of its first-generationRead More
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  Sharp to Supply Samsung with IGZO Panels; Where does this leaves Apple? According to a report from Digitimes, Sharp is set to provide Samsung with IGZO panels, according to information from sources. “Sharp has plans to offer 11.6-inch IGZO notebook panels to Samsung Electronics, but have yet to state when Samsung would be expected to release products featuring the technology,” Julian Ho and  Alex Wolfgram report for Digitimes. The question here, is where does this new partnership leaves Apple? It has been reported that Apple is very interesting in procuringRead More
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According to a report from etnews, Samsung Display and LG Display have started patent negotiation, according to the industry sources. “The negotiation between Samsung Display and LG Display to resolve a patent dispute started in earnest,” Moon Bo-kyung writes for etnews. “The two rivals held the second working level meeting and determined the negotiation method on Thursday.” “The main negotiation is expected to start from the next week,” Moon Bo-Kyung reports. “The two companies held the first working level meeting on the 15th last month and determined how they will proceed withRead More
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Yonhap, a Koran based news agency, is reporting that Samsung has become the number vendor of smartphone in the Chinese market in 2012. The achievement was due to tripling their sales of 2011 in the world’s largest smartphone market. Data by market researcher Strategy Analytics shows that Samsung Electronics sold 30.06 million smartphones in China last year, up from 10.90 million units in 2011, In the process, Samsung has gained 17.7 percent smartphone market in China. From the report: [quote] Last year’s market share represents a 5.3 percentage point increase from the previous year.Read More
A research report from DisplaySearch (via Digitimes), more than half a million Ultra HD TVs will ship worldwide in 2013, growing to more than seven million by 2016. The Ultra HD TV was a big at 2013 International CES, with many companies showing off their latest and greatest technology in this department, regulating 3D TV to the back seat. According to the Digitime report: [quote] The display industry is racing to launch more Ultra HD screen sizes and to mobilize production in larger volumes, with even OLED Ultra HD setsRead More
Digitime is reporting that the sales of Microsoft Windows RT tablet sales for 2012 is likely to be less than one million units. According to the article, Taiwan-based supply chain makers, are reporting that there have been about two million Windows RT tablets shipped globally, fewer than the 4-4.5 million units originally expected to be shipped as of the end of 2012. Monica Chen and Adam Hwang report: [quote] Since Microsoft announced Surface in mid-2012, some partners gave up plans to develop Windows RT tablets, resulting in the launch of Surface RTRead More
According to Yonhap – a South Korea’s largest news agency based in Seoul,  Counterpoint Technology Market Research published a report today, which shows that Apple’s global mobile phone market share fell 16 percent in December 2012, a decline of 3 percent from Novemeber 2012. The research firm is reporting that the drop in market share is mainly attributed to weak demands of the iPhone 5, especially by Chinese consumers who are opting for the cheaper iPhone 4S. The report also pointed to the scaling back of subsidies for the Apple iPhones by North American and European mobileRead More

Posted On January 14, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn Tech News

Samsung’s AllShare Service Coming To US In March

According iNews, a Samsung Electronics official, has reported that the Korean Electronic giant is set to launch their AllShare – content sharing service, in the US this March.  Samsung’s Allshare software was co-developed by Samsung and Netflix over a period of two years. According to Samsung website: [quote] AllShare is Samsung’s content sharing service that allows you to search for and play video, photo, and music files  freely across many devices that support AllShare services, such as PC, TV, mobile phone, and digital camera. You  can do this either wirelessly orRead More