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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 Galaxy Alpha Specifications Leaked

08/10/2014, Earlier this year we started hearing rumors that Samsung is working on a device with a metal body. The company has always stuck with plastic for its flagship Galaxy S series and this rumor led many to believe that perhaps this year the company might stray...

Samsung Galaxy S5 Active Review

08/08/2014, Think of the Samsung Galaxy S5 Active (released May 2014, listed at $659 without contract by AT&T) as a stronger, tougher cousin of the Galaxy S5 (released April 2014). The Galaxy S5 Active dropped its predecessor S5’s fingerprint sensor, a security...

Samsung Gear Solo To Be Announced Alongside Galaxy Note 4 (Rumor)

08/08/2014, While there has been much excitement surrounding Samsung’s upcoming presence over at IFA 2014 in Berlin, Germany, where we would most probably see the release of a new Galaxy Note 4 (that has so far seen a fair number of ever changing announcement...

Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook Will Be Shown Off On 20th August

08/07/2014, Back in June, Samsung and Barnes & Noble announced a partnership in which they would release co-branded tablets, the first of which was the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook. Given that Barnes & Noble have ceased production of their Nook tablets,...

Samsung Tests Flexible Display Handset (Rumor)

08/07/2014, Flexible displays in smartphones are not a new idea, although they have yet to be properly implemented in a consumer class smartphone to date. Concepts of flexible displays on a smartphone from Samsung have been shown off in the past, while it has also...

Samsung Galaxy Alpha Spotted At The FCC

08/07/2014, The Samsung Galaxy Alpha, a smartphone that is “there but not quite there” just yet, is back in front of the headlines once again by appearing on the FCC, or so we think in the form of the SM-G850F, picking up approval along the way. The FCC documents...

Additional Samsung Galaxy Alpha Photos Surface

08/06/2014, A couple of days ago, alleged photos of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Alpha were leaked online. The photos showed off the metal frame of the handset and if you were hoping to see more images, thanks to a recent series of posts by @culeaks, additional photos...

AT&T To Sell Samsung Rugby 4 Later This 2014

08/05/2014, It will be two years by the time AT&T makes available the Samsung Rugby 4 to the masses, and judging by the name alone, you can tell that this is going to be a handset that is not only tough, it is also capable of getting the job done even in the...

Apple And Samsung Ends Patent Suits Outside Of U.S.

08/05/2014, With all the fighting that is going on in the world today, peace is a word that many seek to see materialize, but to no avail. Well, here is a brief respite for the technology industry watchers to actually sit down and grab a breather – it seems...

Samsung Galaxy S4 Google Play Edition Goes Missing

08/05/2014, There are some of us out there who do not really mind using a smartphone which is one generation behind in terms of technology, as long as it fits our needs and purposes. For those who are rocking to the Android platform, you would most probably know that...

T-Mobile Users Jumped From BlackBerry To New Smartphone Since April

08/05/2014, It was in April earlier this year when we brought you news that both companies have parted ways because of a U.S. licensing agreement, and not too long after that, T-Mobile offered their subscribers a $200 incentive in order to “upgrade” to a Samsung,...

Apple’s Switch To TSMC Could Have Cost Samsung $1 Billion

08/05/2014, One of the reasons why companies aren’t eager to be heavily dependent on each other is because in the event something goes wrong, their operations would be affected hugely, and according to a recent report from The Wall Street Journal, this could be...