Samsung has announced the new high-end smartphone in the Galaxy A lineup, called the Galaxy A9. The new smartphone was announced this week in the Galaxy A Party event in China after its specifications and design were leaked for several times in the past few weeks.
Samsung has taken a decision a take an alternative business of automobile. The reason behind this is the declining profit generated from its Samsung handsets.
Google teams up with Disney to launch a Star Wars virtual reality experience for Google's Cardboard headset. The virtual reality experience will launch on December 2 as part of celebrations of Lucasfilm's Star Wars: The Force Awakens which will be available on cinemas on December 17.
Korean biggest technology company, Samsung today announces that its Samsung Pay service is now accepting credit and debit card from Chase Banks. The new announcement set its service in par with other rivals such as Apple Pay and Android Pay.
Tech-oriented companies are in a race of adding spice to their ideas of introducing different gadgets. Playing 2D and 3D games are common nowadays, but the actual feeling of being present in a virtual world is somewhat more interesting.
Blackberry, a global leader in mobile communications, confirmed that its first ever smartphone powered by Android PRIV is now commercially available at AT&T retailers in North America including carrier partners in Canada i.e. Bell, Rogers, SeskTel, Tellus and Wind.
In the fast growing world of technology, different technological companies are contending each other in order to get hold of the global market. In order to do so, sharp and creative minds enrolled are launching different devices, which alongside are easy to use and comfortable, aside from being stylish and sleek.
Apple has enjoyed a series of advantages of their innovative mobile payment and digital wallet service with ApplePay. However, Apple and other technology companies which dominated the mobile payment service, is now facing a serious competition from one big financial institution, JPMorgan Chase.
The world's largest smartphone manufacturer, Samsung is struggling to increase its market share after the company continuously reported a decline in profit. The first decline is reported back in its third quarter revenue in 2014. Investors are anxious to see what Samsung has in plan to ensure more revenue for their next quarterly report.
A lot of companies has been releasing new gadgets and update this past few months and Samsung is not far behind with their latest Smartwatch, the Gear S2. Samsung announced on Wednesday that the new Gear S2 Smartwatch will be available for the US customers starting on October 2nd.
South Korean electronics company, LG teases android fan worldwide with their new fifteen-second smartphone teaser on YouTube. The video with the tagline "Be You" revealed a little bit of the smartphone feature details hoping to get users excited. The new smartphone is expected to be released on October 1st next week based on the date that appeared at the end.
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.
Apple once again proved to be the leader in the getting the highest sales for smartphones in the U.S. market. comScore, a digital media analytics, reported that Apple's iPhone continue to leave its competitors behind having a 44.2% of all American smartphone users with an increase of 1.1% from 43.1% it held in April of this year.
A new joint venture had been announced Tuesday between Bild tabloid publisher Axel Springer and Korean electronics group Samsung, for mobile media including news.
StoreDot, the startup company producing nanotech batteries that can charge smartphones in 30 seconds, had acquired $18M funds from Samsung, Norma Investments and Singulariteam, totaling $66M. The new funding will be spent to charge electric cars.