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.

Samsung's Gear S4 Smartwatch May Be Released This August
Recent reports have suggested that Samsung is working on a new smartwatch which may be launched as the successor to the Gear S3. This is why it’s currently referred to as the Gear S4 despite reports that the company is planning to shift its Gear devices to the Galaxy branding as well. A new report claims that Samsung might launch the Gear S4 this August, possibly alongside the Galaxy Note […]

Samsung Commits To Using 100 Percent Renewable Energy In Two Years
Samsung joins the list of major tech companies who have made a commitment to use 100 percent renewable energy. Some are well on their way to achieving their aim and Samsung has now said that it’s aiming to use 100 percent renewable energy at its office buildings, factories, and operational facilities in the United States, China, and Europe by 2020.

Samsung’s Foldable Smartphone Could Cost $2,000
We have been hearing for a while now that Samsung has been working on a foldable smartphone. Not to be confused with a flip phone which separates the display from the hinge, this foldable phone means that the entire phone’s display can be folded in half, meaning that users have the option of using it as a smaller device or using it as a larger one.

Galaxy Note 9 Will Reportedly Feature A 4,000mAh Battery
Some more information concerning Samsung’s next flagship smartphone has surfaced. The Galaxy Note 9 is due this August and the latest out of China suggests that the handset is going to have a larger battery compared to its predecessor. Samsung is apparently going with a 4,000mAh battery for the Galaxy Note 9.


Samsung Asking For Retrial Of Apple Patent Lawsuit
It almost seemed like the lawsuit of the century – Samsung versus Apple – was over when a jury found in favor of Apple and ordered Samsung to pay $539 million in damages to Apple over infringed patents. That is a lot of money, which we reckon Samsung probably has, but there is also the issue of pride and the acknowledgement of the verdict means admitting they are guilty.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Release Date, Specs, Features & NewsEditor's Pick
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be the next flagship smartphones from Samsung that is expected to be launched later in the year. Samsung has not officially announced everything but it has not stopped the rumors or leaks from finding their way online, all of which have been compiled into this article.

Samsung Galaxy A6 Could Launch In The US Through Sprint
The Samsung Galaxy A6 and A6+ are a pair of mid-range phones that was launched last month. However according to the details provided at launch, the phones seemed to be destined for Europe, Asia, and Latin America with no word on whether it would be finding its way to US markets.

Some Details About Samsung’s Bixby Speaker Leaked
We have been hearing reports that Samsung plans to launch a smart speaker powered by Bixby, but other than the fact that it will feature Bixby as its digital assistant, not much else is known about it. However according to the folks at SamMobile, they might have gotten their hands on some details about the upcoming device.

Oppo Reportedly Sourcing 'Edge' Display Panels From Samsung
Samsung has a near monopoly in the smartphone OLED panel market and happens to be the biggest supplier of OLED panels for mobile devices. Samsung’s own smartphones have helped popularize these panels and it already supplies them to other manufacturers as well. According to a new report, China-based Oppo is now sourcing Samsung’s curved ‘Edge’ OLED panels for its smartphones as well.

Alleged Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Renders Leaked
Apart from the Google Pixel 3 and the 2018 iPhones, one of the more highly-anticipated smartphones that we are expecting to see this year is the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. There have been rumors about the handset that have found their way online, but now it looks like renders of the handset have leaked as well.

Samsung Will Reportedly Rebrand Gear VR To Galaxy VR
Samsung’s mobile virtual reality headset is called Gear VR. The company launched it several years ago and has updated the headset almost every year. Users can slot in a compatible handset from Samsung and access a variety of virtual reality apps and games. It seems that the company now wants to bring its headset under the “Galaxy” umbrella with a new report claiming that Samsung is going to rebrand the […]

New Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 May Ship With Android 8.1
Samsung is believed to have a new tablet in the pipeline, the successor to the Galaxy Tab A 10.1. The unannounced device has received its Bluetooth certification already and it has now been spotted at the Wi-Fi Alliance for its Wi-Fi certification. The listing suggests that when this tablet does arrive, it will ship with Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box.

Verizon Galaxy Tab S3 Gets Oreo At Last
It has been a long wait for Galaxy Tab S3 owners in the United States who have been looking forward to get a taste of Oreo on their tablet. Samsung first released the Oreo update for this device in the United Kingdom several weeks ago and only recently started rolling out the update for users in the United States. Its carrier partners in the country will soon release it for […]

Facebook Reportedly Shared Data With Apple, Microsoft, Samsung
While Facebook has yet to recover from its recent data privacy scandal with Cambridge Analytica, it seems that a new report has shed more light onto Facebook’s data-sharing practices which will no doubt raise more eyebrows. In a report from The New York Times, it has been revealed that Facebook has several data-sharing partnerships with several huge tech companies.