Samsung plans to spin off foundry business
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Restructuring 

Samsung seems likely to spin off its foundry business as part of a restructuring programme.

Samsung prepares for all-screen smartphone
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Follower of the pack

A report said that the Samsung Galaxy S8 will feature a screen without home buttons on it.

Apple blames the air for iPhone 6 fault
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So remove any air from your environment

The Fruity tax-dodging cargo cult Apple is blaming the air for a fault which causes the iPhone 6 to shut down.

Supremes back Samsung against Apple
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Rounded rectangle was not that important

The US Supreme Court has told the fruity cargo cult Apple to go away and backed Samsung in the legendary trademark battle over the rounded rectangle smartphone.

Apple copies Samsung’s flaming Note
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No recall just denies it is happening


Apple’s iPhone 6 has started catching fire in the Far East, but rather than arranging a recall, like its rival Samsung, Jobs’ Mob is denying that it is happening.

Samsung CFG70 series Quantum Dot monitors now available
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Coming in 24-inch and 27-inch sizes

Samsung's new CFG70 series curved Quantum Dot monitors are now available in Europe, starting at around €380 for the 24-inch and €490 for the 27-inch model.

Intel going flat out on NAND flash
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Look out Samsung

Chipzilla has seen how NAND flash storage rising and memory makers are speeding up 3D NAND flash product development and thought “I’ll be ‘aving some of that”.

Smartphone vendors ally against Apple
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Enemy of my enema

Chinese smartphone vendors are so worried that Apple is strong arming AMOLED suppliers to suck supply that they have formed their own consortium to fight it.

Samsung to release 4TB 850 Pro at CES 2017
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First 4TB MLC SSD on the market

While it has already announced a 4TB 850 EVO SSD back in July, Samsung is planning to introduce a 4TB version of its 850 Pro SSD at the CES 2017 show in Las Vegas.

Huawei is the world’s most profitable Android maker
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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 fiasco did a little damage

Beancounters at Strategy Analytics have named Huawei as the world’s most profitable Android device maker – knocking Samsung off its throne.