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Richard Adhikari
All Eyes May Be on Security in Samsung's S5
01/09/14 12:58 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 560 Words

... that Samsung will include iris-recognition technology in its forthcoming Galaxy S5 smartphone, widely expected to be launched in April, were given a boost on Thursday through a Bloomberg interview of Lee Young Hee, executive vice president of Samsung Mobile. People are "fanatical"...

Enid Burns
Samsung Bests Apple on Customer Satisfaction
08/01/13 5:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 733 Words

... iPhone may frequently be viewed as the leader in the smartphone category, but it's actually two Samsung devices that got the highest scores in a recent smartphone customer satisfaction study from American Customer Satisfaction Index. Specifically, Samsung's Galaxy S III and Galaxy...

Richard Adhikari
Samsung May Be Heading Into Choppy Seas
07/27/13 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 873 Words

It's not likely that Samsung will go the way of BlackBerry or HTC , however, as it's a highly diversified multinational conglomerate -- or chaebol in South Korea -- with multiple subsidiaries and affiliated businesses. It is a major player in various...

Rachelle Dragani
ITC Judge Says Samsung Infringed Apple Text Patent
04/08/13 12:35 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 597 Words

... judge with the International Trade Commission has ruled that Samsung infringed an Apple text selection patent, a move that could result in some company devices being banned from importation into the U.S. The decision, made March 26 but not made public until...

Katherine Noyes
Samsung, Linux and the Bothersome Bricking Problem
02/11/13 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1428 Words

Not only have we been presented in recent months with the ongoing Secure Boot saga on Windows 8 PCs -- migraine material if ever there was any -- but now it looks like Samsung laptops can get bricked when you boot Linux...

Richard Adhikari
Samsung Takes CES by Storm
01/09/13 7:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 708 Words

... Samsung has unveiled a slew of smart TVs and related technologies at the 2013 CES being held this week in Las Vegas. Samsung's 85-inch UHDF TV

Samsung has unveiled a slew of smart TVs and related technologies at the 2013 CES...

Richard Adhikari
Judge Boxes Ears of Both Parties in Apple-Samsung Lawsuit
12/18/12 1:07 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 634 Words

... Apple and Samsung, which have been locked in lawsuits in the United States and abroad, won a little and lost a little in their hearing before Judge Lucy H. Koh in San Jose, Calif. On Monday, the judge denied Samsung's request...

Erika Morphy
When iPhone 5 Lands, Samsung's Ready to Pounce
09/12/12 7:05 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 610 Words

Also expected to make headlines Wednesday will be the news that Samsung is filing suit against Apple in Europe and the United States for infringing on several patents it holds relating to LTE . Samsung has decided to take immediate legal action, The...

Erika Morphy
Apple Ready to Rumble in Samsung's Home Turf
09/07/12 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 644 Words

... Korea's Fair Trade Commission is investigating complaints by Apple that Samsung Electronics is abusing its position in wireless technology . The news, first reported by Reuters, is only eyebrow-raising because of the country in which it is occurring: South Korea is Samsung's...

Richard Adhikari
Are RIM and Samsung Ready to Do the Deed?
08/09/12 7:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 667 Words

... again, reports that troubled smartphone maker Research In Motion (RIM) may enter a deal with burgeoning smartphone rival Samsung are making the rounds. Shareholders appeared to welcome the news, sending RIM's stocks soaring to close up 3.3 percent at US$7.56.

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Rob Spiegel
Samsung Gets Some Holiday Cheer With Australian Court Ruling
12/09/11 2:45 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 667 Words

... Samsung just got a gift from the top of its wish list. Australia's high court has lifted the ban on its Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Australia, just in time for holiday sales . The ruling ended a legal dispute with Apple over...

Rob Spiegel
Clock's Ticking for Samsung's Galaxy Tab Hopes in Australia
10/04/11 12:55 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 702 Words

... Samsung seems to be stuck in its patent disputes with Apple and thus may choose to cancel the Australian release of its Galaxy Tab 10.1. All depends on whether it wins court approval within the next two weeks to proceed with sales...

Rob Spiegel
Report: Samsung, Apple Ironing Out Some Patent Problems
09/30/11 1:00 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 707 Words

... Samsung and Apple apparently are in the process of settling some of their patent disputes in Australia, according to The Wall Street Journal . While the present negotiations would not completely settle the conflicts between the companies, they would allow Samsung to...

Richard Adhikari
Samsung Gets Down to the Nitty-Gritty With Super-Sharp Tablet Display
05/16/11 6:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 792 Words

... Samsung Electronics will demonstrate the first 10.1-inch tablet with a WQXGA PenTile screen at the SID Display Week symposium, to be held in Los Angeles May 17 to 19. The display offers a resolution of 2,560 by 1,600 pixels. The screen's resolution...

Rob Spiegel
Samsung Rounds Out Its Android Universe With Galaxy Player
12/28/10 9:37 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 663 Words

... Samsung is about to debut the new Galaxy Player, an Android-based music and applications device that will be similar to the Galaxy S smartphone, but without the cellular connection. Samsung has confirmed it will unveil the media player at the Consumer Electronics...

Richard Adhikari
Samsung Gives 3D TV a Push
08/12/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 822 Words

... Samsung on Wednesday announced a portable Blu-ray disc player with 3D capabilities for the United States market. The Samsung BD C8000 Portable 3D Blu-ray Player

This was one of a slew of Blu-ray announcements that included new products and an expanded...

Jay Lyman
Samsung Unveils Fastest Mobile CPU on the Market
07/21/03 9:23 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 599 Words

... electronics giant Samsung has announced a new mobile processor with a clock speed of 533 MHz. The company called the new processor the "world's fastest mobile CPU" and promised it will offer new functions and services for mobile phones and PDAs .

David Jones
Galaxy S8, S8+ Dazzle in Samsung's Comeback Launch
03/29/17 2:38 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 522 Words

... Samsung on Wednesday launched the Galaxy S8 and S8+, its next generation of smartphones. They feature major improvements in design and security processing power, as well as new digital assistant technology that may challenge the best devices on the market. The Galaxy...

Peter Suciu
Samsung Explains Note7 Failure, Promises to Do Better
01/23/17 2:26 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 697 Words

... Samsung Electronics on Monday announced that it has developed new quality assurance protocols to ensure that it won't have a repeat of the catastrophic issues that plagued its Galaxy Note7 handsets. The company last fall issued a universal recall after several of...

John P. Mello Jr.
User Info Safe After LoopPay Attack, Says Samsung
10/09/15 3:58 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 707 Words

Samsung purchased LoopPay for $250 million in February. Its technology -- which the company's newly launched mobile payment system, Samsung Pay, uses -- allows mobile phones to perform payment card transactions with older point-of-sale terminals that recognize only cards with magnetic strips.

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