Samsung making HBM 2 memory in 2016
Published in Graphics

The future of graphics

High Bandwidth Memory (HBM) will define the future of graphics and it looks like Samsung will be ready to release products using the technology soon.

Samsung has not given up on Snapdragons yet
Published in Processors

Testing them in its lab

Samsung is rumoured to be testing the new Snapdragons in its labs, as a sign that the company has not given up on Qualcomm yet.

Hon Hai gets in at the Sharp end
Published in News

Cunning plan to save flat panels

The troubled telly maker Sharp is in talks with Taiwan's Hon Hai Precision Industry, better known as Foxconn, for a tie-up in its struggling flat-panel display business.

4K television sales are growing
Published in News

Still no content

Worldwide Ultra HD (4K) LCD TV panel shipment volume grew 60.8 per cent sequentially in the second quarter of 2015, reaching around 9.2 million units despite the fact there is very little content out there.

Samsung working on a huge tablet
Published in Mobiles

More of a table

Samsung is working on a huge Android-based tablet that could be used in living rooms, offices, or schools, presumably as a coffee table.

Samsung Galaxy Note5 to have a dual-SIM version
Published in Mobiles

Already up for pre-order

While it might not get a microSD card support, the new Galaxy Note5 will have a dual-SIM version.  

Samsung Galaxy Note5 battery surprise
Published in Mobiles

Better than you think

When Samsung revealed that the new-gen Galaxy Note5 would have only a 3000mAh battery, many of us wondered what it had been smoking.

Samsung wants to end year on a high note
Published in News

Galaxy Note and a larger curved-screen S6 edge 

Samsung has been showing off a new Galaxy Note phablet and a larger version of its curved-screen S6 edge smartphone.

Samsung releases super-fast SSDs
Published in News

Enterprise only

Samsung has released three TCO-optimised, high-performance solid state drives which are based on 3D Vertical NAND flash memory technology.

Monthly updates for Android
Published in Mobiles

Google and Samsung agree

Google and Samsung have decided to release monthly security fixes for Android phones in a bid to cut the number of hack attacks.