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Sharp Drops Lawsuit Against Hisense

Sharp Corp. has dropped its lawsuit against Chinese electronics manufacturer Hisense Electric Co. in a dispute over rights Sharp granted to its brand name when selling televisions in the U.S.

Samsung takes on Apple with variable aperture camera support in new S9 models

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. launched its latest flash Galaxy S9 mobile phones at the Mobile World Conference in Barcelona today and it had one product clearly in mind in who it was aiming to trump – Apple Inc.’s iPhone X. As expected,...Show More Summary

Galaxy S9 First Look: Samsung Upgrades Camera... and Little Else

Samsung Electronics Co.’s new Galaxy S9 looks great, runs fast and has a camera that meets or beats any other out there—just like last year.

Samsung crammed 30TB of storage into a palm-sized SSD

It has been a little over two years since Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.  bragged about having the world’s highest capacity solid-state drive (SSD), which had an impressive 15.36 terabytes of storage. The company seems to be intent on...Show More Summary

Samsung’s Galaxy S9 teaser videos focus on significant camera enhancements

We are just over a week away from the unveiling of Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.’s latest flagship, the Galaxy S9. Thanks to the numerous reports and leaked renders over the last few months there will be few surprises on Feb. 25 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. Show More Summary

Google hires former Samsung CTO Injong Rhee to lead IoT business

Google Inc. has brought aboard Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.’s former top technologist to help advance its connected device strategy. Injong Rhee, who served as the South Korean hardware giant’s chief technology officer until December, shared the news in a LinkedIn post on Monday. Show More Summary

Google hires former Samsung CTO to lead its Internet of Things business

(Reuters) – Alphabet’s Google this month hired Injong Rhee, who recently resigned as Samsung Electronics Co’s chief technology officer, to lead its Internet of Things business, he said in a LinkedIn post Monday. Google spokeswoman Jane Hynes confirmed to Reuters Rhee’s hiring by Google’s cloud computing unit, but declined to comment further. Rhee said in […]

Latest renders showcase the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ ahead of its Feb. 25 launch

In less than three weeks, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. will unveil its latest flagship at Mobile World Congress and with the many reports and leaked images there are unlikely to be many surprises on Feb. 25. The latest renders of the...Show More Summary

Broadcom unveils $121 billion 'best and final' offer for Qualcomm

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The takeover battle is at the heart of a race to consolidate the wireless technology equipment sector, as smartphone makers such as Apple Inc and Samsung Electronics Co Ltd use their market dominance to negotiate down chip prices. Qualcomm responded that its board of directors would review the latest offer, and declined to comment further until then. Show More Summary

Bitcoin boost: LINE, Samsung and Square all announce new cryptocurrency products

Despite negative headlines about the future of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies of late, it turns out a number of leading companies didn’t get the memo: LINE Corp., Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. and Square Inc. have all announced new cryptocurrency related services in the last 36 hours. Show More Summary

Samsung enjoys record profits thanks to booming memory chip business

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. saw its share price jump 5 percent early Wednesday in South Korea after posting a record-breaking fourth-quarter operating profit of 15.2 trillion won ($14.15 billion). That’s up 64 percent from the same quarter a year ago. Show More Summary

Battlefield 1 hits 25 million players, Star Wars Battlefront II sells lower than expected

During Electronic Arts’ Q3 report for the financial year 2018, the publisher revealed just how well Battlefield 1 is doing and how well Star Wars Battlefront II isn’t (via VentureBeat). Star Wars Battlefront II has sold 9 million copies,...Show More Summary

Wrigley lawsuit: Don't use Starburst, Skittles to sell e-cigarette liquid

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(Reuters) - The chewing gum and candy company Wm Wrigley Jr Co said in a new lawsuit that a seller of e-liquid for electronic cigarettes should stop trading off its Starburst and Skittles brands in its marketing.

Electronic cash most convenient for convenience stores

The oddly-named Softbrain Field Co Ltd (a seller of consumer data collected via users scanning receipts for points) recently conducted a survey into electronic cash usage. I use my Suica card on my smartphone, and WAON plastic – I’ve tried migrating it to my phone, but I need to input a phone number to register […]

End of a chip boom? Memory chip price drop spooks investors

SEOUL - After a blistering year-and-a-half long surge, a sudden drop in some memory prices, followed by Samsung Electronics Co’s disappointing profit estimate, is causing jitters among investors who had bet the chip boom would last at least another year. Show More Summary

Samsung confirms launch of Galaxy S9 at MWC next month, foldable device delayed

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. has confirmed it will unveil its Galaxy S9 at Mobile World Congress next month, verifying reports that emerged in December. It was initially reported that the flagship device would make an early appearance...Show More Summary

Samsung will debut 'Galaxy S9' at Mobile World Congress next month

Samsung will be launching its next flagship smartphone in February, the South Korean electronics giant has confirmed, with the expected unveiling of the 'Galaxy S9' and the 'Galaxy S9 Plus taking place at this year's Mobile World Congress.

Morgan Freeman Exposed

Morgan Freeman and National Geographic Caught in Tall Tales In the first minute of Season 1, Episode 1, Freeman launches with: “When I was 18, I joined the Air Force. And I did well enough on my tests to qualify as an electronics countermeasures operator. Show More Summary

Despite narrow fourth-quarter miss, Samsung expects record profits

Technology giant Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. said early Tuesday in South Korea that it expects to earn 15.1 trillion won ($14 billion) in fourth-quarter operating profits when it reports final results later this month, setting a new record for quarterly profits for the third successive quarter. Show More Summary

AT&T Backs Off Deal to Sell Smartphones From China's Huawei

AT&T Inc. has walked away from a deal to sell smartphones made by Chinese electronics giant Huawei Technologies Co., according to people familiar with the matter.

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