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Samsung has pushed the Marshmallow update to Galaxy S5 users based in Trinidad & Tobago. The update is the first outside of South Korea, Samsung's home country. More countries should follow soon.
Samsung says pre-orders for its new flagships have been 'stronger than expected' - but a report claims that S7 and S7 edge pre-orders in its home market are lower than those of their S6 predecessors.
Almost four months after Marshmallow began its rollout, Samsung is finally starting to upgrade its devices. Android 6.0.1 is now making its way to the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, starting in South Korea.
Samsung wants Galaxy S6 and S6 edge owners in South Korea to help test Android 6.0 through to January 18, which suggests that a wider rollout of the Marshmallow update is still several weeks away.
The European Union is determined to be among the first parts of the world to deploy 5G technologies, and it's now partnering with Japan and others to make sure that happens.
Amid declining smartphone sales and profits Samsung is betting big on the future of OLED screens. The company is investing a huge amount of money in a new manufacturing line for the panels.
Apple's new, larger iPhones have proven to be a major hit in Asian markets and have propelled the company both in terms of sales and marketshare. Meanwhile Samsung has seen its share sliced.
New leaked documents show how the NSA is able to use botnets, malware and even other countries' spy systems to gather data and spread their own programs to new targets.
Although Samsung is scaling back its smartphone production by 30 per cent, there are no clear signs that the number of models will decrease, with two more joining the growing army.
With all the ruckus on "The Interview," cyber criminals took advantage of the moment as they have created an app claiming to download the movie. Instead, a Trojan is waiting to attack host devices.
The South Korean government is outraged by Uber's service. As a result, South Korea wishes to arrest and possibly imprison Uber's CEO and Uber drivers local to South Korea.
Samsung may unveil its Galaxy S5 successor, the Galaxy S6, at CES 2015 in January, if new rumours are to believed.
The latest external audit conducted by a third party found that Samsung's suppliers are continuing to abuse employee rights. The allegations renewed calls to stamp out labor violations by 2015.
Microsoft's South Korean arm tried to use the recent sinking of a ferry - a disaster in which over 260 people are still missing - to promote Office 365, claiming it was in memory of those lost.
The government of South Korea has ruled that all pre-installed bloatware must be able to be easily removed by users. Officials predict that users will see many benefits.
A contractor working for a credit scoring company in South Korea has stolen the credit card details of almost 20 million of the country's 50 million residents and sold the data to marketing firms.
South Koreans are being forced to use Internet Explorer in a law dating back more than a decade. The Washington Post reports it is causing a inconvenience particularly for Apple users using Safari.
Samsung has introduced the 'Junior Software Academy' as an extra-curricular club for students in its home country of South Korea to learn about software development, from company employees themselves.
Further leaks indicate that Samsung's Galaxy Folder could be getting a different name: Golden. It's one of few flip Android devices, intended solely for retail in the home country of South Korea.
In a move sure to confuse absolutely everyone to some extent, Samsung is poised to release an Android flip-phone in its home market of South Korea. Didn't they get the memo that flip phones are dead?
Korean police have raided Samsung's Display office in connection with allegations that employees had stolen LG OLED technology. Samsung denies that claims, while LG say they didn't inform the police.
Microsoft will not be closing its research and development office in Seoul, South Korea by the end of February as the company moves its Asian R&D efforts to Beijing, China.
South Korea has been found to be controlling its internet more than you might realise, ensuring you don't say anything that could be inflammatory towards the government.
The South Korea-based wireless company KT Corp admitted today that hackers have taken personal data from 8.7 million of its subscribers. A number of people have now been arrested.
A South Korean man prepares to launch a home-made satellite, which he says is the first of its kind to ever be funded by a single individual. When it launches, you'll even be able to contact it.
The South Korean government plans to ban the trading of virtual items in online games beginning sometime in July, claiming that these actions encourage teenage crime.
The government of South Korea has launched an investigation into Diablo III after receiving complaints from many of the game's players about the issues surrounding the launch of Blizzard's action-RPG.
A new report suggests that North Korea's population is becoming more aware of the world outside of their country through pirated content, such as western movies and music.
Google Chief Executive Eric Schmidt is in South Korea, where he has met with the president and held a press conference where he made remarks on Android, Steve Jobs, and Microsoft.
15 more countries will begin to sell Apple's iPhone 4S on November 11, including large population centers like Hong Kong and South Korea. Pre-orders will begin in some of those countries on Nov. 4.
Privacy concerns about the iPhone have caused 27,000 citizens of South Korea to file a class action lawsuit against Apple.
The economically troubled country of North Korea is creating an army of MMO gold hacking farmers to get more funds, according to South Korean authorities.
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