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Xiaomi looking to overtake Apple, Samsung in the next 10 years

11/23, 3:27pm

CEO Lei believes Xiaomi can make the jump from third place, trades jabs with Apple

Last week, Xiaomi CEO Jun Lei said that he expects the smartphone manufacturer to take the number one sales spot in the next decade. Lei had a chance to emphasize his belief at the World Internet Conference in Wuzhen China, taking to a panel to accentuate the company's growth in smart devices. To do so, the Chinese company will need to overtake the number one and two companies Samsung and Apple, something that Apple Senior Vice President of Legal and Government Affairs Bruce Sewell believes won't be so "easy."

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Samsung launches tactical ITC complaint against Nvidia's GPU line

11/22, 12:05pm

Latest move by Samsung mirrors earlier Nvidia action

Samsung has racheted up its legal battles with Nvidia, bringing US regulators into the battle. Yesterday, the Korean manufacturer filed a complaint with the US International Trade Commission (ITC) attempting to block GPUs manufactured by Nvidia from being imported and sold in the US market. The complaint mirrors one that Nvidia filed against Samsung earlier this year, with Nvidia calling it "a predictable tactic."

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AMD working with Samsung, Capcom on 4K gaming monitors

11/20, 10:31pm

Technology based on open standard coming to in 4K monitors up to 31.5 inches

During the Future of Compute event in Singapore, AMD announced that it's working with Samsung to put the first monitors on the market that support its FreeSync technology in ultra high-definition (UHD) 4K monitors. To go along with the gaming-focused monitor technology, it was also announced that AMD is working with well-known game developer Capcom to implement Mantle support in the future.

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Samsung Milk Video launches as Galaxy-exclusive streaming app

11/19, 12:26pm

Milk Video aggregates clips from Vice, Red Bull, Funny or Die

Samsung is adding to the list of apps exclusive to Galaxy smartphones, and taking on established video hosting services like YouTube, with its own video streaming app. Milk Video, following after the Milk Music service, aims to provide access to curated and automatically created playlists aggregated from various content partners.

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Holiday Gift Guide: Smart watches and wearables

11/19, 9:40am

Which fashion-forward recipient will you gift with a smart watch?

Wearable devices have become an important part of the technology industry this year, with almost every manufacturer producing a smartwatch, fitness tracker, or some other form of technology designed to be worn, not carried. If you feel the need to buy a present for someone you know who wants a wearable item, here is Electronista and MacNN's first gift guide of the season, covering the newest expansion of mobile technology.

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Samsung reducing 2015 smartphone model variants by up to 30 percent

11/18, 1:19pm

Reduction in Samsung smartphone launches an attempt to reverse drop in profit

Samsung plans to release fewer models of smartphone next year, in an attempt to improve its profit margin following its most recent quarterly financial results. The electronics giant's head of investor relations Robert Yi advised it will be reducing the number of device variants released in 2015 down by between 25 and 30 percent compared to 2014.

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Samsung to be main supplier of A-series chips in 2015, report says

11/17, 12:49pm

Current production thought to be handled mostly by TSMC

Samsung has signed a deal to become the "primary supplier" of Apple's A-series processors starting in 2015, claims the Korea Times. Last year, TSMC is believed to have taken over the majority of production, possibly around 60 percent. Under the new scheme, Samsung is expected to churn out chips at its Austin, Texas plant -- the original home of the A series -- and at another facility in New York. Samsung's share of the work is forecast to grow to 80 percent by 2016.

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DirecTV launching 4K video on demand service for Samsung TV owners

11/14, 10:26am

Move makes DirecTV the first video provider with 4k

This weekend, satellite television provider DirecTV will become the first multi-channel video provider to offer 4K Ultra HD programming direct to customers. At launch, the company will begin offering 19 movies and documentaries from both Paramount Pictures and Havoc, with more titles to be announced soon. Customers will need an Internet-connected Genie HD DVR model HR34 and above, and a Samsung UHD TV that is DirecTV 4K ready. Pricing for 4K movies will range from $4 to $16, and will be on a per-movie basis.

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BlackBerry partnering with Samsung for joint Knox-BES12 security

11/13, 3:42pm

Combination of Samsung Knox and BES12 said to provide end-to-end security

BlackBerry is working with Samsung to make its Android devices more secure for corporate users, the manufacturer has revealed. The partnership, which will be offered to enterprise customers from early next year, will see Samsung's Knox working in tandem with Blackberry Enterprise Service 12 (BES12), in order to provide a "tightly integrated, end-to-end secure solution" for communications.

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Samsung takes on iBeacon location awareness with Proximity platform

11/13, 6:45am

Bluetooth LE-based Samsung Proximity pushes marketing, information to mobile devices

Samsung is taking on Apple's iBeacon, with its own location awareness system. Dubbed Proximity, Samsung's system is billed as a context-aware "mobile marketing platform," allowing retailers and other companies to push marketing messages and other content to a customer's smartphone or tablet whenever they are within range of one of the beacons.

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Samsung Flow inter-device notification, data sharing system revealed

11/12, 8:53pm

Flow shares notifications, app data between collection of networked devices

Samsung used its Developer Conference to reveal a system for allowing notifications and data to be shared between a collection of different devices. Similar to Apple's Continuity, Samsung Flow will allow users to move relevant information between smartphones, tablets, computers, smart televisions, and other network-connected devices with displays.

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Velocity Micro issues open letter responding to Samsung/Nvidia suit

11/12, 6:59pm

Computer builder 'caught off guard,' believes fallout will affect employees, community

Custom computer builder Velocity Micro is stuck in a legal battle between two computing powerhouses after Samsung lumped the company in with Nvidia over a patent dispute. The Virginia-based company issued an open letter today admitting it is confused by the whole situation, adding that it intends to fight the suit that will drain company resources.

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Samsung teases Project Beyond, a 360-degree 3D HD video camera

11/12, 5:35pm

Camera to accompany Gear VR, captures and streams full high-resolution 3D video

To go along with a release date announcement of the Gear VR Innovator Edition virtual reality (VR) headset, Samsung teased a new ambitious camera project during its developer conference. Project Beyond is a 360-degree camera that captures a true 3D environment, using stereo cameras to mimic the type of view a human would have if they witnessed the scene themselves.

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Samsung reveals release date, developer kit for Gear VR headset

11/12, 4:13pm

Virtual reality headset releasing in December, SDK available now for developers

During the Samsung Developer Conference today, the South Korean electronics company officially announced that the first wave of Gear VR headsets are coming to the market. Consumers looking forward to getting their hands on the smartphone-powered virtual reality (VR) device can look forward to a sale day in early December.

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Samsung sues Nvidia over patent infringement, false advertising

11/12, 2:44pm

Nvidia responds to benchmark criticism with multi-benchmark graph

Samsung has filed a lawsuit against chip producer Nvidia, accusing it of infringing its patents and faking benchmark results for its processors. Nvidia has since spoken up about the suit, filed last week, claiming Samsung's accusations of benchmark deception is false, by comparing its Tegra K1-powered Shield Tablet against Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 and its Exynos 5433 processor.

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IK Multimedia ships iRig HD-A, app for Samsung Android smartphones

11/10, 3:04pm

Samsung Professional Audio required for Android version of iRig

IK Multimedia has made a version of its iOS-based iRig HD for Android Devices, with the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 being the first compatible device. The iRig HD-A digital guitar interface is also accompanied by an Android version of the AmpliTube app, the guitar processing app, which will also only work with Samsung mobile devices.

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Chitika: iPad usage at 80 percent of North American tablet web use

11/06, 8:44pm

Still down slightly from record high; Amazon tablets more popular than Samsung tablets

New data from ad network and analytics firm Chitika saw the iPad regaining nearly two full points of North American web traffic among tablets in September, finishing the month with 79.9 percent share. Even at its lower July reading of 78 percent, the iPad line still completely dominated its rivals, all of whom reported single-digit web presence. The next nearest rival was Amazon, with 6.7 percent share for its entire Kindle Fire line. Samsung followed in third place, with six percent.

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Samsung ships Gear S in UK this week, Gear Circle in US via T-Mobile

11/05, 1:07pm

Bluetooth earphones, standalone Samsung Gear S smartwatch head to market this week

Samsung has confirmed it is bringing its Gear Circle wireless earphones to the United States this month, ready for the holiday shopping period. At the same time, it has been revealed the manufacturer's standalone Gear S smartwatch will be making its way to the United Kingdom, with the first units set to go on sale later this week.

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Samsung ships Master Dual flip phone with internal, external screens

11/05, 8:04am

Dual-display clamshell from Samsung shows notifications on external display

Samsung is continuing to make dual-screen flip phones, with the latest model being aimed at older mobile users. The Master Dual boasts a 3-inch internal QVGA display above a basic keypad, while on the back of the top section is a secondary 2.2-inch QVGA display, which is able to show the time and notifications, saving the user from having to open the phone for basic updates.

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Samsung seeking to break patent deal with Microsoft over Nokia buy

10/31, 8:09pm

Court filing calls Microsoft direct hardware competitors after Nokia acquisition

Samsung is petitioning a court to allow it to invalidate its contract with Microsoft, an agreement that it has only belatedly paid patent license fees on for the last year. A late Thursday court filing declares that once Microsoft acquired Nokia, it became a significant competitor with Samsung. The Korean manufacturer claims that the buy puts the two companies on equal footing in the smartphone market, and continuing the contract thus would induce some problems with US laws. Samsung pays royalties to Microsoft on patents it owns that are used in Android and other software.

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Samsung Galaxy A5, A3 introduced with metal unibody design

10/31, 7:02am

Mid-range metal Samsung Galaxy smartphones based on earlier Galaxy Alpha

Samsung has unveiled two smartphones with metal unibody construction, following in the footsteps of the Galaxy Alpha. The Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A3 are mid-range offerings, with the A5 packing a 720p 5-inch Super AMOLED display into a case measuring 6.7mm thick, while the A3 opts for a 4.5-inch qHD screen in a 6.9mm-thick body.

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Samsung Gear S heading to major US carriers from November 7

10/30, 4:58pm

Curved face Android Wear smartwatch gets $5 price plan on T-Mobile

Samsung's Gear S will be going on sale in the United States at the start of next month, with AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon all carrying the Android Wear smartwatch. The carriers are also varying the way they host the standalone smartwatch on their network, with T-Mobile introducing a new plan specifically for wearable devices.

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Samsung stumbles in third quarter with reduced revenue, profit

10/30, 11:59am

Sales of Samsung smartphones, televisions expected to pick up over holidays

Samsung has recorded an operating profit of 4.06 trillion won ($3.84 billion) in its latest quarterly financial results. Just as the manufacturer warned at the start of this month, the operating profit represents a decrease of 3.13 trillion won ($2.96 billion) from the previous quarter, with other parts of the financial report offering similar dismal and disappointing figures.

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Samsung's Knox Android security suite under fire from new researcher

10/24, 8:59am

Unknown author calls Knox compromised, unsafe for use

Reports have begun to circulate about a pervasive flaw in Samsung's Knox security software for Android phones. The technology, which is the foundation of Android 5.0 Lollipop's enhanced protections, has come under fire by a lone, previously-unknown researcher, who calls the effort merely "security by obscurity."

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Barnes & Noble unveils Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook 10.1

10/22, 4:14pm

Second Nook-branded Samsung tablet goes on sale in time for holiday shopping

Samsung is continuing to produce devices under its Nook agreement with Barnes & Noble, by launching its second co-branded tablet in time for the holidays. The Galaxy Tab 4 Nook 10.1 follows the same pattern as laid out by the Galaxy Tab 4 Nook, in using effectively the same hardware as the standard Galaxy Tab 4 10.1, but combined with Nook software.

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Samsung adds Intel Celeron processor option to Chromebook 2 line

10/17, 11:14am

Intel Celeron processor, 2GB of RAM inside 11.6-inch Chromebook 2

Samsung has added an extra option to its Chromebook 2 line of budget notebooks. The new addition with an 11.6-inch 1366x768-resolution display replaces the Exynos 5 Octa processors from the original two notebooks with a 2.58GHz Intel Celeron N2840 processor and Intel HD graphics, while at the same time downgrading the amount of RAM from 4GB to just 2GB.

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Google Play Edition spotted on Android website

10/16, 8:06am

Stock Android device collection image shows Galaxy S5 three times

A version of the Samsung Galaxy S5 with a stock installation of Android could be on the way, according to reports. Following the launch of Android Lollipop, version 5.0 of the mobile operating system, Android.com has been updated with new images and information, with one image seemingly showing the Galaxy S5 amid other Google Play Edition and Nexus devices.

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Samsung plans to include 60GHz Wi-Fi in devices starting from 2015

10/13, 10:52am

High-speed 60GHz Wi-Fi promises 4.6Gbps maximum transmission speed

Samsung may be releasing devices with 60GHz Wi-Fi technology as soon as next year, the manufacturer has revealed. The technology, which uses a completely separate section of spectrum than the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands in current Wi-Fi standards, allows for data to be transmitted at 4.6Gb/s, or 575MB/s, five times the current 866Mb/s or 108MB/s capable with existing wireless networking technologies.

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Samsung officially announces 3D V-NAND 128Gb flash chips for SSDs

10/09, 9:31am

New chip increases data density, will lower costs and power consumption

Samsung today announced that it has begun mass producing the industry's first 3-bit multi-level-cell (MLC) three-dimensional Vertical NAND (V-NAND) flash memory, for use in solid state drives (SSD). The 3-bit V-NAND is Samsung's latest second generation V-NAND device, which utilizes 32 vertically stacked cell layers per NAND memory chip. Each chip provides 128Gb of memory storage, at a lower cost per die than older technologies.

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ITC to investigate Samsung, Qualcomm over Nvidia patent allegations

10/07, 8:23pm

Nvidia alleges that Qualcomm, Samsung violate seven graphics patents in devices

Video card maker Nvidia has cleared its first hurdle in a patent dispute with Samsung and Qualcomm, as the US International Trade Commission (ITC) voted to investigate complaints the GPU manufacturer filed over infringement. The ITC will evaluate if a number of possibly-infringing devices, such as the recently announced Galaxy Note 4, should be barred from entering the country. The decision stems from complaints Nvidia filed last month with the ITC and US District Court in Delaware.

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Briefly: Galaxy S gains Opera Mini, BBC extends iPlayer viewing time

10/07, 7:55am

Samsung Gear S will have Opera Mini browser available at release

The Samsung Gear S, a smartwatch with its own 3G data connection due to go on sale in the near future, will be able to access the Internet via its own browser, Opera has revealed. Owners of the standalone smartwatch will be able to download Opera Mini for the device via the Samsung Gear Apps store, with the browser said to be made more user friendly for the small screen by making website shortcuts into larger buttons, and by including a single Smart Page collecting together various social updates onto a single screen.

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Samsung warns of lower operating profit ahead of financial results

10/07, 6:19am

Estimated operating profit 60-percent lower than same period in 2013

Investors in Samsung are being warned profits for the quarter are far below its estimates, in its earnings guidance before its expected third-quarter financial results release. The manufacturer's consolidated operating profit for the period is estimated at 4.1 trillion won ($3.8 billion), down from the 7.19 trillion won in the previous quarter, and down significantly from the 10.2 trillion won reported in the same period last year.

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Samsung reportedly aiming for December 1 Gear VR launch in South Korea

10/06, 2:09pm

Alleged internal document claims December Gear VR launch, $187 price

Samsung will start shipping its Gear VR peripheral at the start of December, a report claims. The virtual reality headset, officially unveiled during September's Unpacked event, is said to be heading to retail in South Korea from December 1st, with an allegedly leaked internal document claiming it will cost consumers 200,000 won ($187).

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Microsoft patent lawsuit against Samsung unsealed, $1B paid annually

10/04, 8:21am

Microsoft seeking $6.9 million in interest over Samsung refusal to pay

Microsoft's smartphone patent lawsuit from August was unsealed, showing that Samsung has paid the company over $1 billion in royalties on patents used in Android for just the second year of the agreement, but still owes $6.9 million in unpaid interest. Microsoft claims that Samsung initially ceased making royalty payments, then paid late and refused to pay interest, with Samsung claiming that the buy of Nokia invalidated patent licensing agreements that the pair had signed.

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Samsung expected to begin making A9 chips by end of 2014

10/02, 12:11pm

TSMC's role unknown

Samsung should start producing 14nm chips for Apple, Qualcomm, and AMD by the end of 2014, a report says. Apple's inclusion is particularly significant, as it implies that the company will be starting on production of a next-generation A-series processor, presumably the A9. The A8 only began appearing in Apple devices last month, with the launch of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.

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Apple broke off talks with PayPal because of Galaxy S5, sources claim

09/30, 5:02pm

Company upset because of tech arriving on rival device

Apple and PayPal were indeed in talks regarding Apple Pay, but those were cancelled after Samsung signed a deal to let people make PayPal transactions using the fingerprint sensor on the Galaxy S5, sources say. The people suggest that Apple was so upset that it not only backed out of talks but chose to exclude PayPal as an acceptable platform in developer documentation. Blame has been laid on eBay CEO John Donahoe, who went ahead with the Samsung deal despite opposition from former PayPal president David Marcus, who reportedly believed it might cause problems with Apple.

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Early buyers: Galaxy Note 4 case gap large, business card fits in void

09/30, 2:55pm

Gap between plastic, metal components may 'expand slightly' with time

First purchasers of the Galaxy Note 4 are claiming that the devices have a gap between the plastic body of the phone, and the metal frame that surrounds the edge of the phone. According to reports, the gap is large enough to stick in a business card. Samsung has issued a statement about the gap, denying that it is a problem, or will affect functionality of the device in any way.

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Samsung prepares curved 27-inch monitor for sale in United States

09/29, 11:54am

October release date slated for curved Samsung gaming monitor

Samsung has unveiled a monitor with a similar curvature to some of the manufacturer's high-end televisions. The SD590C uses a 27-inch, 1920x1080 LCD panel with a 16:9 aspect ratio, with Samsung claiming the curve provides a wider field of view than similar-sized flat displays, with users able to see items on the edges of the screen without shifting focus, allowing for a "more comfortable viewing experience."

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Samsung reportedly preparing entry-level Tizen smartphone for launch

09/26, 7:50am

Rumor claims low-specification Tizen smartphone bound for India in November

Samsung could be planning to release an entry-level smartphone running Tizen in India, according to a rumor. Following the launch and persistent delays to bring the Samsung Z to market, the company is said to be preparing a lower-specification device for launch in November, with the unnamed smartphone said to be running on Tizen version 2.3.

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Samsung using 3D V-NAND to produce 3.2TB SSD for enterprise

09/25, 10:32pm

Drive doubles the capacity of Samsung's largest drive, handles 10 drive writes per day

Samsung had upped the limits on its solid state drives (SSD) today, announcing a new 3.2TB drive for enterprise operations. The company announced that it was putting the SM1715 into mass production, a non-volatile memory express (NVMe) PCIe SSD that is capable of reads up to 3,000 megabytes per second (MB/s) and sequential writes up to 2,200MB/s.

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Samsung Gear S standalone smartwatch heading to US carriers this fall

09/24, 7:49am

AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon to carry 3G-enabled Gear S

Samsung has confirmed it will be releasing the Gear S smartwatch in the United States. Launched last month, the standalone smartwatch with a curved two-inch 360x480 Super AMOLED display will be heading to AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon sometime this fall, though the manufacturer has yet to confirm exactly when it will be available.

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Samsung exiting Europe PC market; sales continue in US, elsewhere

09/23, 4:00pm

Changing 'market needs and demands' cited for exit

Following continued dismal sales in Europe of computer hardware, electronics giant manufacturer Samsung has ceased sales in the region, effective immediately. The sales stop includes the company's popular Ativ line, as well as the generally-successful Chromebook products by the Korean manufacturer. While the company claims the stop is temporary, no word has been given on when the company may resume sales again.

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Samsung Alpha launching September 26 in the US as AT&T exclusive

09/22, 3:40pm

Metal phone launching for $200 on contract, comes with 2.5GHz processor

AT&T and Samsung released a joint statement today, announcing that the metal Samsung Alpha would be making its way to the US carrier as an exclusive. The launch of the phone is coming on September 26, with AT&T selling with a two-year contract, as a part of the AT&T Next program and as a full-price purchase without commitment.

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Galaxy Note 4 pre-orders begin tomorrow, sales start October 17

09/18, 1:03pm

United Kingdom gains Note 4 one week earlier than United States

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is being made available for pre-order in the United States tomorrow, with shipments expected to start on October 17th, though AT&T plans to ship the smartphone earlier on October 14th. In the United Kingdom, pre-orders also begin tomorrow, though the stylus-equipped phablet will be on sale from October 10th.

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WSJ: iPhone 6, 6 Plus cameras beat Galaxy S5 handily

09/17, 6:11pm

Despite half the megapixels, iPhone 6's sensors and phase-detection win the day

The Wall Street Journal's Geoffrey Fowler has had a chance to take the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Samsung's Galaxy S5 on a test run from a photographic perspective, comparing the built-in cameras on each. On paper, the iPhone models were at a serious disadvantage: the photo modules are only 8MP, compared to the 16 megapixel units on Samsung's flagship smartphone. Nevertheless, Fowler's photos make clear that Apple's combination of lenses, camera, sensor and post-processing technologies create consistently better pictures.

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Samsung NX1 mirrorless 28.2MP camera has 205 phase-detection AF

09/15, 1:03pm

High number of AF points gives Samsung NX1 15fps continuous shooting capability

Samsung has launched its rumored mirrorless camera at Photokina. The NX1 extends the NX range with a 28.2-megapixel BSI APS-C sensor combined with an updated NX AF System III, an autofocus system using 205 phase-detection points and 209 contrast AF points, with the camera able to perform continuous shooting at up to 15fps while tracking focus.

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Samsung spokesman: Galaxy Gear VR to retail for $199

09/06, 11:03am

Price for Samsungs' VR headset divulged at press event Friday night

Earlier this week in Samsung's press event, it unveiled the Galaxy Gear VR headset -- a peripheral for the also-revealed Galaxy Note 4. At the time, pricing was unknown - but a Samsung spokesperson, speaking with the press has since divulged the price for the headset: $199, without the required Galaxy Note 4.

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ComScore: Apple continues to gain share in US smartphone market

09/05, 8:56pm

Share gain seen coming from Android, even as new iPhones imminent

Apple continues to be the market leader in smartphones in the US, the latest three-month study from ComScore MobiLens shows. As of the end of July, the iPhone line had gained a full percentage point of share over its position in April. Arch-rival Samsung also grew its share of the US market, but by somewhat less at 0.7 percent change. Drops from other Android makers such as HTC, Motorola and LG seem to have given Apple a boost, even as the debut of new iPhones draws near.

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Apple asks for post-judgment royalties from Samsung

09/05, 9:53am

Could theoretically cost Samsung up to $6.46 per unit

Having been denied an injunction by the US District Court for the Northern District of California, Apple is now pursuing a motion for postjudgment royalties, reports say. While the motion states that the company "believes that it has been and continues to be irreparably harmed by Samsung's infringement and that only injunctive relief would suffice to remedy that harm," it is also asking for back and future royalties from Samsung on infringing devices.

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Nvidia launches legal assault against Samsung GPU patent violation

09/04, 6:53pm

Two-prong filings with FTC and courts seek injunction, damages

Graphic processor manufacturer Nvidia has filed suit against Qualcomm and Samsung, accusing both of patent abuse. In a conference call about the suit, Nvidia Chief Executive Jen-Hsun Huang said that "they're using our technology for free in their devices today and they're shipping an enormous number of devices." Nvidia is seeking a sales and importation embargo on Samsung devices using PowerVR architectures, as well as anything using a Qualcomm graphical chipset.

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