Hewlett-Packard and Samsung Electronics will now ensure that their PCs in China are installed with licensed Windows and Office software as part of new agreements signed with Microsoft meant to fight piracy.
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Microsoft partners with Samsung, HP to help stop Windows piracy
Remember that video last week, offering Apple’s deeply held views about design? Well, here’s one that suggests Samsung believes in, well, cloning.
Video mocks Samsung’s (lack of) design principles
CEO Mark Zuckerberg has met with Samsung’s president to reportedly discuss a partnership that would boost the social network’s advertising sales on mobile phones. [Read more]
Samsung plans to begin selling a Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone capable of running on LTE-Advanced 4G networks — which offer download speeds that are twice as fast as LTE — in South Korea this month.
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Samsung’s Galaxy S4 doubles download speeds on LTE-Advanced network
Samsung has started mass shipments of its XP941 PCIe flash drive, a card for untra-slim notebooks that delivers a sequential read performance of 1,400MB/s throughput.
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Samsung mass produces 1.4GB/s PCIe flash cards
Companies that peddle mobile devices—including Samsung, Apple, and Google—see music as an important part of their sales strategy
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Why Samsung Paid $5 Million to Give Away the New Jay-Z Album
Could Samsung’s “next big thing” come from the heart of the Big Apple or Silicon Valley?
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Samsung’s next big thing – born in the USA?
MetroPCS customers can now get LG’s Optimus L9 and Samsung’s Galaxy Exhibit over HSPA+. [Read more]
In Yangon, Myanmar, giant Samsung billboards hang overhead as dozens of handset shops line the crowded city streets and advertise the latest smartphones. Just a few years ago, you wouldn’t have seen such a sight, said Soe Nyi Nyi, a local tech entrepreneur.
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Myanmar braces for mobile phone boom as Internet access trickles in
Android Geeks reports that the as-yet-unreleased S5 will be encased in an aluminum unibody like the iPhone and HTC One, under a new Samsung style philosophy dubbed “Design 3.0.” [Read more]