ARM unveils new CPU cores for Exynos chips
Along with Immortalis G720 GPU
ARM has unveiled its next-generation CPU and GPU cores – the Cortex-A520, Cortex-A720, and Cortex-X4.
Apple to snub Samsung and make its own screens
Spending a fortune on micro-LED development
Apple wants to reduce its dependence on Samsung and develop its own micro-LED displays.
Samsung starts mass production of 12nm-class DDR5 DRAM
A 7.2Gbps DRAM with reduced power consumption
Samsung Electronics has announced that it has started mass production of its 16Gb DDR5 DRAM based on the industry’s most advanced 12nm-class process technology.
LG Display supplying high-end TV panels to Samsung
Good deal for both
LG Display will start supplying high-end TV panels to Samsung Electronic from as early as this quarter in a deal that would help both turn a profit.
Samsung to benefit from Apple hoarding
3nm processing wars
Samsung’s bottom line might get a boost from the fruity cargo-cult Apple’s decision to stick all its 3nm processing in TMSC’s basket.
Samsung releases DRAM for the new CXL 2.0 standard
Worked with Chipzilla so it will play nice with Xeon
Samsung has unveiled what it claims is the world’s first DRAM product with the brand-new CXL 2.0 standard.
Chinese mobile phone makers surrender French markets to Samsung
OPPO and OnePlus cut French Connection
Rumours that Chinese firms OPPO and OnePlus had enough of France and were starting to downsize their operations have proven true.
Google Pixel 8 Pro could end up with Samsung's ISOCELL GN2 sensor
Big upgrade compared to Pixel 7 Pro
According to a fresh report, Google's Pixel 8 Pro could end up with Samsung's biggest sensor, the 50MP ISOCELL GN2.
Samsung sticks fingers in ears for worse profits in 14 years
Shortfall in memory
Samsung is expected to report its worst profit in 14 years laster this week due to falling prices for memory chips -- the company's biggest business -- and weak demand.
Samsung does better than Apple in smartphones
Tame Apple Press sulks
In the fourth quarter of 2022 the Tame Apple Press was overjoyed when Apple replaced Samsung as the top seller of smartphones, now it turns out that quarter was an aboration and the South Koreans are back on top again.