Samsung Electronics

Samsung Workers Stage First Strike in Company's History

Samsung Workers Stage First Strike in Company's History

Samsung workers in South Korea stage their first-ever strike, organized by the Nationwide Samsung Electronics Union (NSEU) due to failed negotiations over pay and bonuses, impacting nearly a quarter of the company's workforce and coinciding with a strategic day off.

Read Full Article
Samsung Electronics Union in South Korea Stages Walkout for Higher Salaries, Better Working Conditions

Samsung Electronics Union in South Korea Stages Walkout for Higher Salaries, Better Working Conditions

A Samsung Electronics union in South Korea protested over pay and working conditions on Friday when it staged its first-ever walkout.

Read Full Article
Samsung Electronics Appoints New Chief for Semiconductor Business Amid Intense AI Chip Market Competition

Samsung Electronics Appoints New Chief for Semiconductor Business Amid Intense AI Chip Market Competition

Samsung Electronics has appointed a new chief for its semiconductor division to strengthen its position in the competitive AI chip market.

Read Full Article

Samsung To Have $1B Investment For US Chip Production

Samsung Electronics confirmed on Tuesday that it is planning to invest more than $1 billion in its chip manufacturing facilities in Texas.

Read Full Article

Samsung Estimated Strong Profit Growth in First Quarter

The Korean electronic giant predicted a high increase of profit in its earning guidance. Successful sales of Galaxy 7 flagship product is the main contributor for the profit growth.

Read Full Article

Samsung’s LTE Based Public Safety Network Enables Connection In Emergency Situations

The demand for effective public safety communications has been increased dramatically. Samsung has announced to provide the Korean Public Safety Network using LTE technology. The technology will allow people to get connected in extreme emergency situation. The PS-LTE solutions will be exhibited at the Exhibit Hall 2 Stand 2M10 during Mobile World Congress 2016.

Read Full Article

Samsung Reached a Deal to Manufacture The Latest Qualcomm Processor

Samsung Electronics announced that it will produce the latest Qualcomm processor. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 will be mass produced using Samsung technology.

Read Full Article

Asian stocks follow gains on Wall Street

Taking positive cues from encouraging gains on Wall Street, Asian stocks with an exception to China moved up on Tuesday. Chinese stock market dropped following the jitters emerging from adverse developments in forms of corruption and illegal trading that dampened the market sentiment.

Read Full Article

Samsung Galaxy View is the new 18-inch tablet

Samsung Electronics announces the Samsung Galaxy View, an 18.6-inches tablet. This new product is designed to sit between a tablet and TV. But with its 18.6-inch large display, Samsung Galaxy View is less of a tablet and more of a portable touch TV.

Read Full Article

Panasonic aims $2B revenues from smartphone biz

After exiting the smartphone business in 2005, Japanese electronics major Panasonic is making a comeback in this segment and has prepared business plans to bolster sales volume for reaching the target of $2-billion revenues in next three years.

Read Full Article

Apple wins patent infringement case but Samsung is likely affected

The federal court ordered Samsung to halt older version of its smartphones for breaching Apple's patent. It was found that Samsung was guilty of copyright infringement filed by Apple. But the features included in the case were no longer used by Samsung.

Read Full Article

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will be available in Q4 in the US

Samsung officially unveiled the Galaxy Note 5 at a press conference in New York. The launching followed five successive falls in the quarterly profits of Samsung Electronics.

Read Full Article

Sony aims for more clients, 20 percent sales growth in image sensors

Electronics giant Sony Corp's sophisticated image sensors are being used by top smartphone makers Apple Inc and Samsung Electronics to build their products. The image sensors has turned out to be Sony's top-selling product, giving a boost to the company's ailing financial health.

Read Full Article

Abe, seeking new spark for Japan high-tech, heads to Silicon Valley

In the 1980s when Sony and Toshiba were setting the agenda in the global TV and memory chip markets Japan was bristling with confidence as a hub of technological innovation.

Read Full Article

Founder Wang takes over as CEO as Taiwan's HTC seeks turnaround

HTC Corp on Friday named Cher Wang as chief executive, giving its founder and chairwoman a bigger role in leading a potential turnaround of the Taiwanese smartphone maker.

Read Full Article
1 2 3 4 5 6

Subscribe to VCpost newsletter

Sign up for our Deals of the Day newsletter.
We will not spam you!

Real Time Analytics