Next iPhone will be Galaxy class
Published in News

Only a rounded rectangle between them

Samsung has officially scored a huge chunk of the hardware work in the iPhone 7 and will be putting a chip and a screen on the new shiny toy.

Samsung releases PRO Plus and EVO Plus Memory
Published in Memory

Thanks for the Memory

Samsung has released its latest PRO Plus and EVO Plus memory cards which means that portfolio has PRO Plus, PRO, EVO Plus and EVO families.

Smartwatches cause car accidents claim
Published in Wearables

Begun the lawsuits have

Fruity cargo cult Apple's latest nice looking over priced junkware is getting it into a spot of legal bother.

Samsung updates Tizen
Published in Mobiles

Heading for big time

Samsung has been updating its operating system which sounds like a sneeze – Tizen.

Expensive tablets on the road to nowhere
Published in Notebooks

Apple sales to drop by 30 per cent

Tablet sales have flattened and buyers will no longer pay an arm or a leg for them, according to new research.

Samsung loses more market share in China
Published in Mobiles

Drops to fourth spot first time since 2011

Samsung is having a tough time keeping up with aggressive competitors in mainland China, and now it has lost another spot in the rankings. 

Foxconn steered Apple to TSMC
Published in Mobiles


Foxconn, Apple's main supplier, might have steered Jobs' Mob to TSMC to spite the spite Samsung and keep the money in Taiwan.

Samsung winning Smartphone war
Published in News

Money rolling in 

Samsung Electronics is winning the Smartphone war, despite what you might be reading in the mainstream press.

Globalfoundries 14nm process has volume production levels
Published in Processors

Licenced by Samsung

Globalfoundries is now getting volume production from the 14nm FinFET technology it licensed from Samsung.

ASML will flog 15 EUV machines to mysterious "US customer"
Published in News

Yeah it is probably Intel

ASML, Europe's largest supplier to computer chip makers, will sell 15 of its extreme ultraviolet (EUV) chip etching systems to a "single U.S. customer" who is probably Intel.