Samsung has now listed a docking station for its Galaxy Nexus smartphone which makes use of those 3-pin connectors on the side of the phone. But it doesn't come cheap at an associated price tag of US $89.99.
The board of directors at Samsung has approved a plan to spin off its ailing Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) business.
The iPhone 4 960×640 'retina' resolution started the race, then Samsung brought in a quality 16:10 1280×800 display to the 5-inch smartphone level. And now, some vendors are introducing 16:9 720p displays on the new high-end offerings. Can the phones, at least, avoid the moviescreen format fiasco that befell the desktop and mobile PC realms?
Samsung has just debuted its second generation of Series 9 notebooks at a media event in Korea today – these ultra-slim units coming in 13.3-inch and 15-inch sizes with a single-piece aluminum body that's only 12.9mm thick.
If you've been holding out on your purchase of the Galaxy Nexus while waiting for availability of the 32GB model, you'll be saddened to hear that the waiting is probably doing you no good. Online retailer Expansys-USA as well as Negri Electronics have both indicated that the larger capacity model has been canceled by Samsung
Apparently Samsung is none too concerned about the MWC at the end of this month, since the company has seemingly decided to launch its new devices at its own leisure. The latest addition to Samsung's stable of tablets was announced at the Samsung Forum held in Prague and it's an updated version of the original
Not everyone can afford – or want for that matter – a high-end smartphone and it looks like Samsung is getting ready to unveil a new affordable model which is expected to be announced around the Mobile World Congress at the end of this month. The new model is the Galaxy mini 2, or S6500.
Unless Intel has decided to move the launch of its Ivy Bridge processors forward, Samsung is getting way ahead of itself as the company had put up one of its Ivy Bridge powered notebooks – the NP700G7C – on its US website yesterday. Beyond having an Ivy Bridge processor, the 17.3-inch notebook also sports Nvidia
A German court has given Samsung the go-ahead to sell its reworked Galaxy Tab in the country, putting an end to an injunction secured by Apple last year.
Three players joined in the largest foundry alliance – the Common Platform Alliance will present next generation silicon at the 2012 Common Platform Technology Forum in Santa Clara, California.
Samsung UK has launched the Samsung Hub app recommendation tool in August last year. But the user feedbacks have been far from positive by the looks of it.
Samsung Asia has finally unveiled the availability of their highly anticipated GALAXY Nexus, which claims to be the world's first smartphone to run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and the GALAXY Tab 7.7. Both products will be available this weekend.
The latest piece of information we're hearing about Samsung's highly anticipated Galaxy S III is in regards to its thickness. Supposedly the phone will be the second thinnest to date at just 7mm thick – only .3mm thicker than the world's thinnest smartphone recently announced from Huawei, the Ascend P1 S, and just slightly edging
Despite hearing rumours of a launch at MWC 2012 in Barcelona later this month, a report has surfaced with supposed confirmation from Samsung directly that its highly anticipated Galaxy S III will not show up until later in the year.
Samsung has said that their highly-anticipated GALAXY S III smartphone will not be unveiled at the upcoming Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, and many speculated that the phone may not be ready to be showcased yet. Recently, there had been some pictures of a phone with a curved screen, and the Samsung brand name on it. Could this
Today, Samsung Asia introduced their new Series 5 ULTRA notebooks, which come in 13- and 14-inch sizes, and are the company's latest Ultrabooks. On top of that, the Korean electronics manufacturer also announced Series 7 Smart Station monitors, ML-2165 monochrome laser printers and SCX-3400 series multi-function laser printers
Samsung's patent dispute with Apple in Europe have become a full blown headache as the Korean electronics giant lost its appeal against the German ban of its Galaxy Tab and is now being investigated by European Union regulators over alleged patent abuse.
Jumping the gun on this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC) in late Feb, Samsung has just unveiled its new Galaxy S Advance smartphone which shapes up similarly to the original Galaxy S, but sports a 1GHz Cortex-A9 dual-core processor.
Samsung has lost a second case in Germany that alleged Apple infringed one of of its mobile patents, but a decision has yet to be made on a third and final patent.
Toing and froing between iOS and Android for your next phone? Amazon's doing the deal of the century that may steer many of you down the Android path very quickly.