• Cyber Monday Is Bigger Than One Day

    Cyber Monday Is Bigger Than One Day

    Although online retailers on Monday offered deals to jumpstart the online holiday shopping season, Cyber Monday as a one-day event could be losing some of its attraction.However, many online-only retailers, including Amazon, have started to offer pre-Cyber Monday sales to compete with the traditional Black Friday in-store shopping madness.
  • Samsung Floats Possibility of Split

    Samsung Floats Possibility of Split

    Depending on the findings, Samsung may create a holding company structure and might list its shares on additional international exchanges.Although Samsung appears to have raised the possibility of altering its chaebol structure, a split is unlikely, said Barry Randall, chief investment officer at Crabtree Asset Management.
  • Rumor: Samsung Galaxy S8 to Ditch Headphone Jack

    Rumor: Samsung Galaxy S8 to Ditch Headphone Jack

    The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphone will advance the 3.If Samsung does ditch the headphone jack, it would be following in the footsteps of its archrival Apple, whose iPhone 7 offers no 3.
  • Supreme Court Hands Samsung Patent Victory Over Apple

    Supreme Court Hands Samsung Patent Victory Over Apple

    The Supreme Court on Tuesday overruled an earlier court decision that would have required Samsung to pay Apple $399 million for damages related to smartphone patent infringement.The decision is a significant reversal of fortunes for Apple, which was initially awarded north of $1 billion, before seeing its damages eroded to $548 million and finally to just under $400 million with successive appeals by Samsung's lawyers.
  • Report: Samsung Has Courage, Galaxy S8 Won't Feature Headphone Jack

    Report: Samsung Has Courage, Galaxy S8 Won't Feature Headphone Jack

    While this move may shock and worry some, the move is not seen as totally unexpected, given Apple and other Android OEMs have eliminated the port from their flagship devices.With the removal of the headphone jack, Samsung will have more internal area to place a bigger battery, which is always a good thing, and in addition, it is reported Samsung may introduce stereo speakers on the device, powered by HARMAN.
  • SCOTUS Scuttles Apple's Big Samsung Award

    SCOTUS Scuttles Apple's Big Samsung Award

    Supreme Court on Tuesday spoiled Apple's hopes for a big payday, scotching the US$399 million award in its successful patent infringement suit against Samsung.Justice Sonia Sotomayor delivered the Court's decision, which turned on what lawmakers meant when they referred to an "article of manufacture" in a patent act passed in 1952.
  • Rumor: Samsung Galaxy S8 Won't Have Home Button

    Rumor: Samsung Galaxy S8 Won't Have Home Button

    The list of features that Samsung may ditch on its upcoming Galaxy S8 smartphone grew longer on Thursday, with Bloomberg reporting that the flagship device will not have a physical home button, making room for a display that will fill the entire front side of the handset.Citing people with direct knowledge of the matter, Bloomberg reported that the Galaxy S8 will have a virtual home button embedded in glass at the bottom of the phone, and its bezel-less display will offer more viewing real estate.
  • Samsung Intros Galaxy S7 Edge in Black Pearl, Jack Sparrow Approves

    Samsung Intros Galaxy S7 Edge in Black Pearl, Jack Sparrow Approves

    The new color is named Black Pearl, and if I didn’t know any better, I’d say it’s quite reminiscent of Apple’s “Jet Black” for the iPhone 7.Not only that, I’m somewhat shocked Disney doesn’t have a trademark on “Black Pearl.
  • Samsung Plans to Disable All Galaxy Note 7 Handsets in the US

    Samsung Plans to Disable All Galaxy Note 7 Handsets in the US

    The Galaxy Note 7 is a smartphone Samsung wants everyone to forget about as soon as possible, but for now, the company is still trying to stop Note 7 handsets from being used due to the danger they pose.Following a ban by airlines, a recall program, and even a battery charge-limiting update, Samsung looks set to take yet another, much more final step to stop Note 7 use.
  • Stock Shortages May Deplete Brand Loyalty Fast

    Stock Shortages May Deplete Brand Loyalty Fast

    About 48 percent of the participants who were parents of kids under 18 expressed concern about product shortages.are concerned about product shortages," said Rob Cheng, head of growth at Elementum.
  • Samsung Working on New Gear VR and Device Similar to HoloLens

    Samsung Working on New Gear VR and Device Similar to HoloLens

    Specifically, for VR, Samsung will soon launch a new Gear VR headset, technically being the fifth iteration of its vision for virtual reality.While Hong claims the new Gear VR will be presented “in a short time,” no specifics were mentioned on what might be new.
  • New Samsung Phones May Contain LG Batteries

    New Samsung Phones May Contain LG Batteries

    So how do you guarantee your new smartphones won't also explode?As well as designing and testing new handsets much more thoroughly, Samsung could opt to use someone else's batteries, and it looks as though that's what the company is trying to do.
  • 2017: AI's Coming Out Party

    2017: AI's Coming Out Party

    Artificial intelligence will be having a big coming out party in 2017.A growing number of companies are using AI in their advertising and marketing in a bid to attract early investors and media attention.
  • CES: Samsung to Unveil H7 Wireless Speaker With UHQ 32bit Audio

    CES: Samsung to Unveil H7 Wireless Speaker With UHQ 32bit Audio

    In fact, UHQ audio will play a big part in Samsung’s 2017 plans, with the company teasing the launch of the H7 wireless speaker with UHQ 32bit audio technology.Pictured above, the H7 wireless speaker features the aforementioned 32bit audio technology in an attempt to bring consumers closer to that true analog sound.
  • Samsung Introduces Voice-Controlled Robot Vacuum

    Samsung Introduces Voice-Controlled Robot Vacuum

    Heads up, neat freaks: Samsung just announced a new robot vacuum that you can control with your voice, as long as you also own an Amazon Echo speaker.The POWERbot VR7000 stands at less than 4 inches tall and is 28 percent slimmer than previous Samsung robot vacuums.
  • Samsung Galaxy A (2017) Lineup Announced, Headed to Russia First

    Samsung Galaxy A (2017) Lineup Announced, Headed to Russia First

    For this new year, Samsung has sequels for the Galaxy A3, Galaxy A5, and Galaxy A7, ranging in specifications and pricing.On top of that, each device in the Galaxy A line has a fingerprint reader, microSD support, plus IP68 water and dust resistance.
  • CES: Samsung and Google Announce Chromebook Pro and Chromebook Plus, Start at $449

    CES: Samsung and Google Announce Chromebook Pro and Chromebook Plus, Start at $449

    If you’ll recall, back in October, details and images of the Chromebook Pro were leaked, but now with a couple of months behind us, Samsung has made them official.The Chromebook Pro and Plus feature a 12.
  • Samsung's Galaxy A Series Phones Are Seriously Good Looking

    Samsung's Galaxy A Series Phones Are Seriously Good Looking

    LAS VEGAS—Samsung's mobile division has been quite shy at CES this year, not scheduling meetings or talking up its products much.But Samsung did announce some new phones at CES, and they look good.
  • Samsung to Reveal Findings of Note 7 Investigation

    Samsung to Reveal Findings of Note 7 Investigation

    The Korean electronics giant said on Thursday that it plans to host a press conference in Seoul on Monday at 10 a.5 million devices and delivered 500,000 new, allegedly safer, Note 7s to carriers and stores.
  • Report: Note 7 Fires Linked to 'Irregularly Sized' Batteries

    Report: Note 7 Fires Linked to 'Irregularly Sized' Batteries

    The report comes two days before Samsung is set to hold a press conference where it will formally announce the findings of its investigation into the fires and explosions that prompted its Note 7 recall last year.The Journal on Friday reported that Samsung's investigation revealed that "some batteries were irregularly sized, causing overheating, while others had manufacturing problems.