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Operating profit at Samsung has fallen by 30% since the botched recall and discontinuation of the Galaxy Note7 handset, after possible battery issues caused some units to catch fire or explode.
Samsung Pay has processed over a 100 million transactions since its inception last year. Today, the company has announced plans to offer online and in-app payment support via MasterCard's Masterpass.
Samsung has been fairly diligent about updating its phones wth Android updates and the Galaxy J7 is without exception. The September security update is being pushed for J7 for those in Europe.
Samsung has squashed all the rumors that suggested the Galaxy S8 would be released early. The company says the S8 will be coming on schedule early next year, but a source says the handset is delayed.
If you were looking for an Android tablet that offers a native stylus, look no further, as Samsung is set to offer its Galaxy Tab A with S Pen starting this week. The tablet will retail for $349.99.
A year after Marshmallow's release, Samsung has begun rolling out the update to its two-and-a-half-year-old Galaxy S5 mini - but it's not yet clear if this will be a global rollout for all models.
A new report from IDC outlining the performance of smartwatches in 3Q16 shows that the market is experiencing "growing pains" as sold units dropped by over 50%, compared to the previous year.
Samsung is rolling out an upgrade program where Note7 users in South Korea will be able to upgrade their devices to a Galaxy S8 or Note8 for half the price of the existing Galaxy S7.
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Samsung has released promotional images of their new Galaxy C9 Pro, the company's first smartphone sporting 6GB RAM. However, the device may only be made available as a Chinese variant.
Samsung is desperate to avoid mistakes with the upcoming Galaxy S8 flagship and is willing to do quite a lot to ensure the device is a success, even going as far as turning to its rival for help.
Even President Barack Obama is making fun of Samsung over the Note7 recall. The President delivered his joke while speaking at Miami Dade College on Thursday, in defense of his Affordable Care Act.
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Samsung has taken to Twitter to post several teasers of the companies upcoming 'Galaxy On Nxt' smartphone. The device is expected to feature a full metal unibody, along with an octa-core processor.
It's never too early to start the rumor mill and it looks like bits and pieces of Samsung's next Galaxy handset have hit the internet. According to sources, the S8 could offer a dual camera setup.
The Galaxy Note7 disaster has left a wound inside of Samsung, with tensions and speculation running high. Executives and staff alike are expected to be fired at the company's performance review.
Samsung's Gear S3 smartwatches were unveiled a couple of months ago, but they never got an official release date. Now, a company executive is saying the devices will hit markets next month.
As Samsung continues its recall of all remaining Note7 smartphones, the company may have to face a class action lawsuit, with several Note7 users claiming "economic injuries".
Samsung's Gear 360 camera has been available for quite some time, but has only been available online. Samsung will finally begin to offer its 360 degree camera at US retail locations.
Samsung has confirmed today that it has started mass-producing 10nm chips, to be used in upcoming devices like the Galaxy S8. Samsung is also rumored to be manufacturing Qualcomm's Snapdragon 830.
Despite all the negative news for Samsung lately, the company is still producing excellent technology. Samsung's new CFG70 monitors are some of the best displays you'll find on the market in 2016.
Samsung's upcoming high end "Chromebook Pro" has leaked online ahead of release. The device sports a 12.3-inch rotatable display, a stylus, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage and 10 hours of battery life.
Samsung's recall of the Galaxy Note7 is going to leave a lot of customers looking for a new handset. If that's you, consider these suggestions when exchanging your handset.
Samsung's latest flagship device was supposed to please the company's fans, but has proven too dangerous for consumers - so much so that major airlines are investing even more in safety precautions.
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Thirteen months after Marshmallow's release, AT&T has finally made the update available for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5, including the September security patches and NumberSync support.
Samsung is alerting users of the Galaxy S7 that their phones are not issued for recall. The company is taking precautionary methods to ensure confusion does not arise between the Note7 and S7 line.
Following 96 incidents in the US - including 13 in which people suffered burns, and 47 reports of property damage - the CPSC has published official details of the Galaxy Note7's final recall.
Samsung has said it will "dispose of" all Galaxy Note7 units after its latest recall - and aside from the massive financial cost of doing so, there will also be a high environmental cost to consider.
According to a new report citing engineers inside of the company, Samsung still has no idea why its latest devices are prone to exploding. Its employees haven't been able to reproduce the issue.
Samsung may end up abandoning not just the Note7 smartphone, but the entire Note branding, in an effort to distance itself from the PR debacle that the exploding phone lead to.
With the cancelation of the Samsung Galaxy Note7, the company has revised its Q3 2016 earnings forecast with share prices falling by almost 10% in two days - and a loss of $20 billion in market value.
Samsung is reportedly issuing fireproof recall kits to owners of the Galaxy Note7. The box is meant to house ineffective devices as Samsung halts the production of the Note7.
Samsung has thrown in the towel and is officially telling everyone that owns a Galaxy Note7 to power down and get a replacement handset. If you own a Galaxy Note7, here's what you need to do.
13 months after the first-gen Galaxy J5 got released and a full year since Marshmallow became available, owners of that device will be happy to hear that Android 6.0.1 is finally rolling out.
Samsung has begun the mass production of its Exynos 7 Dual 7270 mobile application processor, meaning we could see it in devices in the near future. The processor is built on the 14nm FinFET process.
Samsung is reportedly permanently discontinuing the Galaxy Note7 smartphone. This comes after months of controversy and recalls. It also comes hours after Samsung announced it would stop selling it.
Samsung has officially stated that it will ask its partners to stop selling the Galaxy Note7, and it has requested that users of the device - old or new - power down the device.
Samsung's new Windows 10 PC focuses heavily on style with a cylindrical aluminum body and 'circular ambient lighting', as well as featuring a 360-degree Harmon Kardon speaker, and 'expansion modules'.
Samsung has announced the world's first Tizen-powered premium displays, featuring the upgraded SSSP 4.0, new tools, a concealed and centralized IR, and IPX5 certification.
A new report by a Korean news agency is now claiming that the tech giant has temporarily suspended all production of its latest phablet following multiple reports of defective replacement devices.
A man from Kentucky was hospitalized after his replacement Galaxy Note7 device caught fire. It was later found out that Samsung knew about the issue, but kept quiet about it.
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In the continuing saga of carriers withdrawing support for the Note7, a new report indicates that AT&T might be considering a permanent and total halt of all Note7 sales.
In what may prove to be the death knell for Samsung's Note7, all major US carriers are now allowing their customers to replace their replacement Note7 in favour of another smartphone.
Samsung has agreed to acquire the artificial intelligence company, Viv Labs. Viv Labs have been working on the Viv platform which is touted as the "next generation" AI platform.
Samsung is looking to make a big splash with the upcoming Galaxy S8, to try and put out the Note7 fires. As such, the new device will reportedly feature a fully bezel-less screen and no home button.
Despite the "exploding" Galaxy Note7 fiasco and worldwide recall, Samsung still expects to make a lot of money in Q3 2016, beating the same quarter last year by 5.5% in consolidated operating profits.
Samsung began its recall process for the Galaxy Note7 last month due to its explosive potential. That doesn't seem to matter to the two largest cruise companies, which are banning the Note7.