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Samsung is a South-Korean conglomerate which counts many subsidiaries like Samsung Electronics, which you probably know very well, but also Samsung Heavy Industries which builds ships, or Samsung Life Insurance, Samsung Securities and many more. Samsung is responsible for an amazing 20% of South Korea’s exports. In the consumer electronics world, Samsung has gone from being a company with a reputation for cheap products to becoming one of the most respected companies in the world.

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Samsung SPH-L300 arrives at the FCC

07/18/2012, The folks over at the FCC have yet another device to play around with – the Samsung SPH-L300 would be the one frolicking with them this time around, having first appeared in mainstream consciousness sometime back in early May. Then, a User Agent...

Apple ordered to announce: Samsung didn’t copy the iPad

07/18/2012, In a surprising twist of events, it looks like Apple hasn’t won one of its many lawsuits against Samsung. In fact, it’s been being punished instead. According to reports online, Apple has been ordered by a judge to post a notice on its website...

64GB Samsung Galaxy S3 not quite dead yet

07/18/2012, Some time back, we talked about the possibility of the 64GB Samsung Galaxy S3 being canceled, but reports of its death has been greatly exaggerated. Samsung has responded to claims of the 64GB model being canceled, claiming otherwise and that things are...

Samsung Galaxy S3′s latest update removes universal search

07/18/2012, If you’ve recently updated your AT&T or Sprint Samsung Galaxy S3, I’m sure you would’ve noticed one glaring omission from your phone’s home screen: the Google Search Bar. According to reports online, it looks like the latest...

Samsung Readers Hub 2.0 leaves Kobo service out

07/18/2012, Two’s company, three’s a crowd – and I suppose that Samsung has figured out that the Kobo e-book service would make the Samsung Readers Hub 2.0 too crowded, hence making the decision to leave this particular service out of the final...

U.S. Judge rejects redaction requests filed by Apple and Samsung

07/17/2012, U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh has rejected requests made by tech giants Apple and Samsung to keep some of the documents confidential and out of public view as they push through with the patent wars. Earlier today, Judge Koh issued the order saying,...

Samsung sees a bright future in potential displays

07/17/2012, The computer monitor has certainly come a long way since it was first unleashed to the world in monochrome glory. Over the years, we have seen advancements made, starting from CGA to EGA and VGA display, and then we have moved on to SVGA with the world...

Samsung Galaxy S3 case has issues?

07/17/2012, The Samsung Galaxy S3 is sitting pretty at the top of the smartphone hill at this point in time, regardless of whether you are with the iOS or Android camp. Of course, does this mean that the Samsung Galaxy S3 has no shortcomings or weaknesses at all? Not...

64GB Galaxy S3 cancelled?

07/17/2012, If you’ve been holding out from picking up the Galaxy S3 because you wanted the larger 64GB version, it looks like you might not have to wait anymore. According to reports online, it looks like the 64GB version of Samsung’s flagship Android...

Samsung acquires mobile business of British chipmaker CSR

07/17/2012, The South Korean tech giant that is Samsung has just acquired the mobile business of the British chipmaker CSR. Formerly called Cambridge Silicon Radio, the fabless semiconductor company that specializes in manufacturing Bluetooth, GPS, Wi-Fi, and other...

T-Mobile introduces Samsung Galaxy Note

07/16/2012, Earlier this morning, we talked about how T-Mobile sent a tweet that mentioned the Samsung Galaxy Note was confirmed for a release by the mobile carrier, but since each tweet is limited by 140 characters only, we decided to hunt down the press release...

Samsung Galaxy S3 “Intelligence” commercial goes live

07/16/2012, It’s one thing for Samsung to say that its Samsung Galaxy S3 is designed for humans, and it’s completely another thing to reveal the features of the device itself. If you are still undecided about which phone to choose, perhaps this advert...