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Samsung Electronics says first-quarter operating profit up 12 percent vs year earlier

SEOUL (Reuters) - Tech giant Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Thursday its first-quarter operating profit rose 12 percent from a year earlier, buoyed by strong initial sales for its flagship Galaxy S7 smartphones. Samsung, in a regulatory...Show More Summary

As tide turns against chip industry, Samsung forges ahead of rivals

By Se Young Lee SEOUL (Reuters) - Gloom may be settling over much of the world's semiconductor industry but Samsung Electronics Co Ltd is expected to cope better than most due to its strong technological edge, enabling it to boost market share for some key products and possibly even lift revenue. Show More Summary

Pillaging the Wealth of Information in a Datasheet

It’s a fair assumption that the majority of Hackaday readers will be used to working with electronic components, they are the life blood of so many of the projects featured here. In a lot of cases those projects will feature very common components, those which have become commoditized through appearing across an enormous breadth of applications. Show More Summary

More DEQ nonsense: The deregulation of E-waste

2 weeks agoUS Politics / Liberal : BlueNC

Designed to impress the logically-deprived: #NCDEQ recommends lifting ban of electronics in landfills to protect environment & stop electronic abandonment — N.C. DEQ (@NCDEQ) April 15, 2016 You can follow the link, but it's mostly nonsense about the safety of dumping e-wastes in lined landfills, which is by no means accepted science:

5 Things About Samsung’s Emerging Markets Push

Over the past two years, Samsung Electronics Co. has taken a beating in three of the world's most populous countries, losing its No. 1 spot in China, India and Indonesia. But the South Korean smartphone giant has stanched some of the bleeding in recent months. Here's how it happened:

As Apple plots India push, Samsung stakes turf with revamped phones

By Himank Sharma and Se Young Lee MUMBAI/SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd is regaining smartphone share in India with a revamped line-up packed with special features including a safety mode for motorcyclists, as rival Apple Inc readies a renewed push into the world's fastest-growing market. Show More Summary

Montreal's Mutek fest: 2016 lineup & tickets +++ Ash Koosha LP out today

Montreal's Mutek Festival is happening again this year. The festival, which focuses on the more experimental end of electronic music, runs June 1-5 at various venues in downtown Montreal. This year's lineup features Dawn of Midi, Colleen, Function, Julia Kent, Jlin, Tim Hecker, Ash Koosha, Burnt Friedman, Powell, Off World and many more... Continue reading…

Soccer Legend Pelé Sues Samsung Over Image in Newspaper Ad

Brazilian soccer legend Pelé has sued Samsung Electronics Co for at least $30 million, claiming that the Korean company improperly used a look-alike in an advertisement that ran in the New York Times without permission.

World's biggest startup? Samsung Electronics to reform corporate culture

By Se Young Lee SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, the world's biggest maker of smartphones and memory chips, announced on Thursday that it plans to adopt a corporate culture akin to a startup, seeking to become more nimble as growth slows. Show More Summary

U.S. Supreme Court to weigh in on damages in Apple-Samsung patent case

They had been recognizable hallmarks of smartphones for years: Rectangular bodies. Rounded edges. And a colorful grid of app icons. But Apple Inc., which had patented the designs, took aim at rival Samsung Electronics Co. in 2011, accusing it of illegally copying the look in its phones. A federal...

Samsung Elec says it doesn't expect major TV impact from Hon Hai's Sharp deal

SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd does not expect major change for its television business after Hon Hai Precision Industry Co Ltd completes its planned acquisition of display panel maker Sharp Corp, a senior Samsung executive said on Tuesday. Show More Summary

Supreme Court Grants Cert on Design Patent Damages

By Jason Rantanen This morning, the Supreme Court granted certiorari on the design patent remedies question in Samsung Electronics Co. v. Apple Inc.  It did not grant certiorari on the functionality/ornamentality question raised in Samsung’s petition. The question presented is: 2. Where a design patent is applied to only a component of a product, should […]

Samsung-Apple phone patent dispute heads to Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has agreed to referee a pricey patent dispute between Samsung and Apple. The justices said Monday they will review a $399-million judgment against South Korea-based Samsung Electronics Co. for illegally copying patented aspects of the look of Apple Inc.'s iPhone. Apple, based...

India’s Micromax is struggling

MUMBAI (By Himank Sharma, Reuters) – A year ago, Micromax vaulted past Samsung Electronics Co Ltd to become India’s leading smartphone brand. Today, its market share has nearly halved, several top executives have resigned, and the company is looking for growth outside India. In Micromax’s slide to second place is a tale of the promise […]

Raymond Tomlinson dies at 74; inventor of modern email

2 months agoHealth : Booster Shots

Raymond Tomlinson, the inventor of modern email and a technological leader, has died. Tomlinson died Saturday, the Raytheon Co. said. He was 74. Email existed in a limited capacity before Tomlinson in that electronic messages could be shared amid multiple people within a limited framework. But...

Apple Rejected by U.S. Supreme Court in $450 Million E-Book Case

Bloomberg: Apple Inc. must pay $450 million to end an antitrust suit after he U.S. Supreme Court refused to question a finding that the company orchestrated a scheme to raise the prices for electronic books. The justices, without comment,...Show More Summary

Ford Augments CSR Credentials By Joining With Electronic Industry

Last week Ford Motor Co. announced that it will join a nonprofit coalition of leading electronic companies dedicated to improving social, environmental and ethical conditions in their global supply chains.

Super elastic electroluminescent ‘skin’ will soon create mood robots

Engineers have developed an electroluminescent “skin” that stretches to more than six times its original size while still emitting light. The discovery could lead to significant advances in health care, transportation, electronic communication and other areas.

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