Thanks to a recent story by the WSJ, we now know Samsung sold 40% less Galaxy S5 units than it had anticipated. What could be causing this?
Samsung’s Mobile Division could be facing workforce cuts of 30% and a winding-down of various services, including ChatOn messenger and media hub.
Amazon is offering the great Samsung Galaxy S5 for just one dollar on contract, with an AT&T, Verizon, or Sprint agreement.
Stricken by a period of lowered profits among increased competition, Samsung is considering a major change to its management to try and solve the problem.
A quiet week overall in the world of Android, though a few interesting news did came our way. Google finally brought sharing functionality to Keep, and enriched Play Services with some additional functionality that will let devs add cool new features to their apps. Nokia shocked pretty much everyone with the surprise announcement of a brand new Android tablet, and a tempting one at that. Samsung announced it would cut down on the number of smartphones models (finally!) and hinted at a folding device coming next year. Corning, the quiet glassmaker we own our beautiful screens to, announced the latest generation of its Gorilla Glass. And, finally, Apple and the Android-camp are now a little closer to reaching a peace agreement, after years of fruitless patent war.
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A recently filed ITC complaint requests the United States government to ban the sales of Nvidia graphics chips and mobile Tegra processors.
Samsung has released four new ads for the Note 4. Reggie Watts and an upset family play the main roles, and they explain the Note’s features pretty well!
One of Samsung’s newest comes with a new form factor. Join us for our in-depth review of the Galaxy Note Edge.
The recently released Gear S smartwatch boasts a bevy of features, 3G connectivity being one of them. Yet in Japan, there is also a Wi-Fi only variant.
Xiaomi’s CEO, Lei Jun, recently unveiled his company’s big plans for global domination… of the mobile world that is. Samsung and Apple need to take note (of the pending apocalypse to their market shares).