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Samsung Pay Will Launch Online Payments In the U.S.

Samsung Pay plans a major expansion in the United States next year. Users will be able to make purchases on websites with Samsung Pay, which puts it into more direct competition with services like Paypal, Reuters reports. The mobile wallet platform will be also available on lower-end Samsung smartphones, not just flagship models like the Galaxy S6 Edge. In an ... Read More »

Samsung launches Galaxy TabPro S, plots iOS app for Gear smartwatches to counter Apple

Credit: CNET Samsung took aim at Apple on the productivity tablet and smartwatch fronts as the company launched the Galaxy TabPro S, a 2-in-1 Windows 10 tablet, and said its Gear 2 smartwatches would be iOS compatible in the near future. The announcements, outlined at the Samsung keynote at CES 2016 in Las Vegas, came at the end of a ... Read More »

Samsung Gear S2 Follows In Apple’s Footsteps With iOS Support, Gold And Platinum Variants

When Samsung unveiled the Gear S2, it looked lot like Samsung’s answer to the Apple Watch. And the company announced another move in this direction today by unveiling a new 18-karat rose gold and platinum Gear S2. Like the Apple Watch, it’s made of real gold and it’s not just gold-colored. The new variants with matching leather bands will be ... Read More »

Samsung reveals long-lasting electric vehicle battery prototype

Samsung Samsung has unveiled an electric vehicle (EV) battery prototype designed to improve the driving range of next-generation cars as well as lessening the environmental impact of production. The company’s battery making arm, Samsung SDI, revealed the prototype design at the Detroit Auto Show this week. Samsung touts the high-density prototype EV battery as a means to increase the driving ... Read More »

Billion dollar deal: Samsung to exclusively produce Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chips

John Schulz, John Schulz Photography Feeling the pinch from slowing mobile device profits, Samsung is looking to its chip fabrication business to make up the gap. And to do so, it’s going to product next-generation mobile chips for one of its business rivals in the business: Qualcomm. Read this How Samsung broke the Galaxy S6 in order to compete with ... Read More »

Apple Watch Scooped Up Over Half The Smartwatch Market In 2015

Despite a late arrival to the wearables market, Apple claimed the top spot in terms of device sales, according to new research from Juniper out this week, which stated that the Apple Watch accounted for over 50 percent of smartwatch sales in 2015. Even more impressive is the fact Apple’s Watch only launched at the end of April – meaning it claimed the ... Read More »

Rumor roundup: Samsung bringing back microSD slot, larger batteries to Galaxy S7

Amid the slew of products that Samsung is introducing at this week’s Consumer Electronics Show, you won’t find the next Galaxy flagship. If the company holds to form, however, it’s just around the corner with a likely introduction next month. Given that sales of the Galaxy S6 line haven’t grown Samsung’s bottom line, it’s clear that some changes need to ... Read More »

Here’s Why Samsung’s New Frankenstein Fridge Is Actually Dumb

Is it a fridge? Is it a tablet? No, it’s a fridge-tablet hybrid, coming straight from Samsung’s brainstorming sessions. Samsung’s new Family Hub fridge features a giant tablet on the front. The Internet made fun of the new fridge. But there are tangible reasons why this fridge innovation is a bad thing. This isn’t the first time Samsung created a ... Read More »

Did Microsoft and Samsung just announce an IoT deal? Nope

A “commitment to joint innovation” is not the same thing as a Windows 10 in your washing machine or Azure connected to your fridge. Given the guest appearance of Microsoft Windows and Devices chief Terry Myerson on stage at Samsung’s IoT-focused keynote at CES this week, one might think there was some kind of accompanying deal between the two companies. ... Read More »

Samsung Continues Its Financial Recovery Despite Missing Analyst Expections

Samsung’s slow recovery appears to be continuing after the South Korean tech company release its financial projections for the final quarter of 2015, although they are lower than industry analyst expectations. The firm said today that it expects to see a 6.1 trillion KRW ($5.1 billion) profit on total sales of 53 trillion KRW ($44 billion) for Q4 2015. That would represent a 15 ... Read More »

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