Everyone wants to be there, anything is better than smartphones
Maker of flaming smartphones, Samsung, has agreed to buy Harman which makes bits for connected cars.
But 15 percent of owners will not let them go
Samsung has said that it has replaced nearly 85 percent of Galaxy Note 7 devices through the company’s exchange program, with most customers opting to receive another Samsung smartphone.
Cash offer to President’s close friend questioned
South Korean coppers raided Samsung offices in Seoul after allegations that the company offered money to the daughter of Choi Soon-sil, who is a close friend of company President Park Geun-hye.
Cheap it isn’t
Samsung's much rumored high-end flip-phone has been unveiled behind the bamboo curtain at a rather silly price of $2,961.
But partners might save the day
Qualcomm has eventually admitted that the Note 7 cancelation will have an effect on business.
End of the world is coming
In a sign that end of the world is with us, fruity tax-dodging cargo cult Apple is helping customers who are running older Macs to upgrade with a discounted SSD.
Memories are made of this
South Korean giant Samsung said it will invest an additional $1 billion at its Austin fab.
Will the planet suffer for Samsung’s mistake?
Samsung has not worked out what to do with all the Galaxy Note 7s which it has recalled and the fear is that it will be creating an environmental nightmare.
Find that burglar in the bushes
A “tear down” by ABI Research said that infrared (IR) cameras are set to become more pervasive.
At least it has some good news
While you would be forgiven for thinking that Samsung is stuffed thanks to the Note 7 fiasco, the story is far from over. The Korean phone company has been making all the right moves which in the long term will pay off big time.