Samsung will make its products IoT friendly
Published in Wearables

Just in time for Sealab 2020

Samsung says that it will make nine out of 10 of its ultra-thin LCD TVs and mobile devices support Internet of Things (IoT) applications prior to 2017.

Samsung starts production on TSV DDR4
Published in Memory

128GB DDR4 modules built

Samsung has started mass production of 128GB DDR4 modules built using 'through silicon via' (TSV) technology.

LCD TV sales will be flat next year
Published in News

Not going to pick up next year

There is no end in sight to the slack sales of LCD TVs.

Samsung guts R&D staff
Published in News
23 November 2015

Samsung guts R&D staff

Two thirds to go

Samsung Electronics is about to decrease personnel at its Samsung Seoul R&D Campus by as many as two-thirds in order to restructure its business model and operations

Qualcomm scores some Galaxy S7 designs
Published in Mobiles

Exclusive: Just not all of them

Our well informed sources have informed us that Qualcomm will win some SoC design wins for Samsung Galaxy S7 – just not all of them.

New Samsung’s Android roadmap leaked
Published in Mobiles

New marshmallow dates

A new version of the Android roadmap has been leaked with some different dates from what was previously rumoured.

Samsung develops 10nm FinFET S-RAM
Published in Memory

Ahead of Intel and TSMC

Samsung appears to have stolen a march on Intel and TSMC by coming up with a 10-nano FinFET processed S-RAM

Samsung to mass-produce IoT platform
Published in Network

Release  early next year

Samsung Electronics is to mass-produce open-type IoT platform starting from early 2016.

Marshmallow's Samsung roll-out leaked
Published in Mobiles

Samsung Note 5, S6 Edge + in December Samsung S6 and others in 2016

According to a leaked document, the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ will get  Android 6.0 in December. 

Acer and Asustek will not be killed off
Published in News

Chairman hits back at IDC’s doom predictions

Acer boss Stan Shih has dismissed IDC predictions that Acer, Asustek might be killed off by the declining PC market.