News tagged ‘samsung’
Wednesday, 31 Oct 2012
While we haven't managed to see much of the Nexus 10 yet, Googler Romain Guy has given us some eye candy in the form of a few self-shot portraits of the flagship 10-inch tablet placed beside some print magazines.
Monday, 29 Oct 2012
Another video of the upcoming Samsung-made Galaxy Nexus 10 tablet has recently surfaced, which shows off the new gadget and its new Android 4.2 lockscreen layout briefly.
Monday, 22 Oct 2012
According to a recent report by The Korea Times, OLED TVs are unlikely to hit retail shelves anytime soon with rumors suggesting that manufacturing problems faced by the likes of LG and Samsung could delay the official launch of these highly anticipated TV sets until 2013.
Wednesday, 3 Oct 2012
Some European users have reported that the multi-tasking mode is absent on their Galaxy Note II units. According to Phone Central, "international units... ship with the earlier firmware, and don't have the multiwindow option yet".
Tuesday, 2 Oct 2012
In a move which was largely expected, Samsung has officially filed court papers accusing Apple’s iPhone 5 of infringing its patents.
Friday, 28 Sep 2012
Samsung has started sending out press invites for an exclusive launch in New York on the 24th of October. The press invite showcases a picture of a stylus, which gives us plenty reason to suspect that "The Next Big Thing" is indeed the Galaxy Note II.
Thursday, 6 Sep 2012
Samsung has sold over 20 million units of the Galaxy S III to date, just 100 days after its launch in May.
Saturday, 1 Sep 2012
A feature on the 55-inch Samsung ES9500 OLED TV that has many gushing over here at IFA 2012 is the Multi View feature. Simply put, Samsung has taken two video signals and put them on the TV at the same time, and using the special active shutter glasses, letting you choose which video you want to watch.
Friday, 31 Aug 2012
Korea Times has reported that Samsung plans to sue Apple if it releases an LTE phone.
Saturday, 25 Aug 2012
Samsung is found to have infringed on Apple's patents and is ordered to pay at least US$1.049 billion in damages. If you think the battle is over, you're wrong. Hit the link to find out more.