All posts tagged "Samsung"

  • Samsung Unveils Terabyte Spinpoint M8 Hard Drive For Notebook PCs

    Samsung Korea has recently announced their latest one Terabyte Spinpoint M8 hard disk for the notebook PC. It has two 500GB platter, operates on a 3 gigabits per second SATA interface, 8MB buffer memory and incorporates EcoSeek and NoiseGuard features for minimal noise levels.

  • Samsung announces GALAXY S II and GALAXY Tab 10.1 in Singapore

    We saw the Samsung GALAXY S II and GALAXY Tab 10.1 at the Samsung Forum in early March and this afternoon, the company has announced that both mobile devices will be retailing in stores soon. VR-Zone brings you the coverage.

  • Samsung notebook Series 9 now available

    Samsung Asia has announced their notebook series 9 that features an eco-friendly, sleek design and superb performance. The Samsung series 9 notebook PC is available now in Singapore.

  • Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology unveils foldable display prototype

    Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology in South Korea have designed and built a prototype of a seamless foldable display that folds in half without a visible crease in the middle. Read on.

  • Samsung promises Android 2.3 Gingerbread upgrade for GALAXY S and GALAXY Tab

    Good news to GALAXY S and GALAXY Tab owners. Samsung has announced that the Android 2.3 Gingerbread upgrade will be made available for both the GALAXY S smartphone and GALAXY Tab tablet device.

  • Samsung starts rolling out Gingerbread updates for Galaxy Tab

    Samsung's Galaxy Tab has been out on the market for a fairly long period time already, and needless to say it can be quite disheartening when the Korean OEM has been keeping its lips sealed as to whether its tablet will ever receive an upgrade path to a newer version of the Android operating system.

  • Google announces partner Chromebooks

    Not entirely unexpected, Google's first Chromebook partners will be Acer and Samsung and both companies have a model that will go on sale in the US on the 15th of June. Surprisingly the two models are quite different in terms of not only in terms of features, but also cost. In fact, the only similarity is

  • AT&T set to launch Samsung Infuse 4G smartphone in US

    If you think smartphones with 4-inch displays are quite huge for the hand, wait till you see the new Samsung Infuse 4G. The Infuse 4G sports a giant 4.5-inch screen and AT&T will be retailing this smartphone in US soon.

  • Samsung and RADIOactive introduced SONAR radio streaming Android App

    This evening, Samsung and RADIOactive Pte Ltd announced the new mobile radio streaming app, SONAR. SONAR will be preloaded on all new Samsung mobile devices and available on the Android market.

  • Samsung introduces new SENS-240 navigational tablet in Korea

    To date, we have got tablets on the market that are capable of performing all kinds of tasks, such as making calls, performing general computing tasks, playing games and even serving as software equalizers for audio-related purposes. But to release a tablet that is specially designed for navigational purposes? That is exactly what Samsung has

  • Microsoft rolls out “7392″ update for Windows Phone 7

    Microsoft may have been in the spotlight for the wrong reasons recently with regards to the rate software updates were being delivered for its Windows Phone 7 platform, but it would appear that the Redmond giant is doing its best to put all of that behind it as soon as possible. And what better way

  • Samsung launches GALAXY S WiFi 4.0 and 5.0, and HMX-Q10 camcorder

    Samsung Korea has announced their new GALAXY S WiFi 4.0 and 5.0 smart players that offer users entertainment on the move. In addition, the company has also launched the full high definition HMX-Q10 camcorder, which is retailing in stores now.

  • It is official: Samsung has sold its hard drive business unit to Seagate

    Let's face it; everybody knew that Samsung would not have a problem finding a buyer for its hard disk business. And most people would also have guessed that given Samsung's small but respectable market share in the HDD business, it would not take too long before a buyer shows up at Samsung's office with a

  • Samsung said to be selling its hard drive business

      It wasn't long ago that Western Digital snapped up Hitachi's hard drive business to become the largest hard drive manufacturer in the world, but it seems like Seagate might have an opportunity to retake some of its lost market share, as Samsung is looking to sell its hard drive business. So far it appears

  • Samsung NX series camera gets firmware upgrade

    If you are owner of a Samsung NX series compact system camera, here's a piece of good news. The Korean manufacturer has announced firmware upgrades for their NX10 and NX100 that claims to provide enhanced features for existing customers.  

  • Samsung Nexus S Review: Second “Google Phone”, but first with Android 2.3 Gingerbread

    The Samsung Nexus S has landed in Singapore. If you didn't have the chance to purchase online in December last year, well, the good news is that you don't have to look for it online. The phone is available at all mobile phone retailers here. We at VR-Zone managed to get one in for this review. 

  • Samsung announces new line of external hard disks with USB3.0 support

    With the need to be mobile being greater than ever before, most of us have taken to storing our important data on removable storage devices such as external hard disks and flash drives, and for good reason. However, what happens what users start demanding even greater speeds in the process of transfering data from one's

  • Samsung to launch three Bada-powered smartphones this year?

    Sure, the whole world has gone goo-goo-gah-gah over Android, iOS and to a slightly lesser extent, Windows Phone 7 when it comes to selecting a mobile OS of their choice for their new, shiny smartphone, and for good reason. However, there are also alternative mobile OSes out there to choose from, and Samsung's Bada is

  • Samsung investigating on spyware installed on its laptops

    Usually, your PC may get infected with spyware when you visit dangerous websites, install unknown applications or open questionable attachments in your email inbox. Well, of course, another way would be the manufacturer preloads the spyware in the PC. Apparently, on a guest posting on NetworkWorld, keylogging software was found on a newly bought Samsung laptop.

  • Samsung announces new line of transparent LCD panels

    Will it not be nice to be able to enjoy your digital content on an LCD panel that is so clear, it actually allows a user to see right through it? Apparently, Samsung seems to think so. Barely a couple of weeks after the Korean electronics giant showed off a notebook with an transparent AMOLED