Samsung launches sales of 55" curved OLED TVs 2013/06/29, Source,
Kim Hyun-suk, executive vice president of Samsung's TV division, presents the company's first 55-inch curved OLED TV at a press event yesterday at company Seocho headquarters in southern Seoul. Provided by the company
Samsung Electronics yesterday released its first 55-inch curved organic light-emitting diode (OLED) TV sized, but said a flat version is not expected until the end of the year. The world's No. 1 TV producer said the quality of the flat screen is not yet up to snuff,...More
Samsung, Google team up again 2013/05/18, Source,
Hugo Barra, vice president of product management for Android at Google, holds a Samsung Galaxy S4 GE at the Google I/O Annual Developers Conference in San Fransciso, California, on Wednesday.
Google has made Samsung Electronics' Galaxy S4 flagship phone into its latest "reference phone" and will start selling it for $649 through its Google Play online store June 26 in the United States. The world's largest search engine operator and Android operating system developer announced its collaboration with the Korean tech king at Google's annual developer conference, I/O, in San Francisco Wednesday,...More
Another round? Japan makgeolli binge wanes 2013/05/11, Source,
Was the makgeolli, or rice liquor, craze in Japan just a fad? According to the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs in Korea yesterday, the export volume of makgeolli in April tumbled 69.4 percent from a month earlier to 1,600 tons worth $1.6 million. Due to a weak yen versus the Korean won, the value of exports nose-dived 74.4 percent during the one-month period,...More
Profit prediction: Samsung No. 1 2013/05/11, Source,
Samsung Electronics' Galaxy S4 is on display during its March launch at Radio City Music Hall in New York. [REUTERS/NEWSIS]
Samsung Electronics is already the world's No. 1 smartphone producer, but it may be able to outpace Apple even in profit in the handset business in the second quarter, according to a U.S. investment research firm. In a report on Monday, Canaccord Genuity said Apple captured 57 percent of profit in the mobile phone business, followed by Samsung at 43 percent in the first quarter of this year. During the same period a year ago, Apple had 74 percent of sales, compared to 26 percent for Samsung,...More
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