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Samsung SMART signage aims to transform the shopping experience
Samsung introduced a host of next-generation SMART signage solutions poised to bring about the shopping experience of the future.
Samsung and Disney create AR emojis for the S9 range
Characters from Disney films including The Incredibles, Zootopia, and Frozen will roll out throughout the year.
Huawei tops record list of 2017 European patents
Judging by the sheer number of patents issued in Europe last year by tech companies, there is a lot of data centre innovation on its way.
Samsung announces 2018 home entertainment lineup
Samsung highlighted details about its flagship QLED TV models and its expanded lineup of UHD, premium UHD and ultra-large screen TVs.
Samsung reveals their latest consumer AI projects
Samsung announced that it will showcase three new C-Lab projects based on artificial intelligence.
Samsung’s new image sensor can ‘slow down’ time
Since the sensor captures an image at very high speeds it significantly reduces the image distortion.
Samsung’s 'star' lands as the S9 and S9+ arrive in NZ
The Galaxy S9 and S9+ aim to deliver an enhanced entertainment experience for the visual generation.
Samsung and Qualcomm extend foundry relationship to EUV process technology
Process improvements, combined with a more advanced chip design, are expected to bring significant improvements in battery life.
Apple or Android? Smartphone sales surge 11% in AU
9.2m smartphones were sold in 2017, a big increase from last year that was largely driven by a 'replacement cycle' from one of the major OS.
Qualcomm, Samsung and KT achieve multi-vendor 5G NR interoperability
The end-to-end 5G NR interoperability testing demonstrated the essential components of the 5G NR air interface.
Cisco, Samsung, Spark & Jupl push healthcare tech into Aussie market
The solution evolved as a result of thousands of hours of collaboration between Samsung, Cisco Jasper, Spark and Jupl.
Detachable tablets return to growth while slate tablets continue decline
Growth for the overall year just remained positive with 1.6 percent year over year growth in 2017, a sharp drop from the 24 percent growth in 2016.
Samsung tops smartphone shipments in 2017 despite Apple claiming Q4 - IDC
An IDC report has shown that Samsung’s smartphone shipments took a dive in Q4, letting Apple take the top spot but only for that quarter.
Samsung posts healthy Q4 profit and 50:1 stock split
The company has seen its share price soar since the announcement on Wednesday.
Samsung NZ unveil the latest members of their smartphone family
With additional everyday features, the Galaxy A series aims to be more stylish, practical and convenient.
Samsung advocates for collaborative AI research
"There needs to be more collaboration in the AI industry, from companies to academics and researchers.”
Samsung unveils distortion cancelling soundbar
“With the NW700 Sound+ soundbar, Samsung is not only committed to superior product design, but also to delivering unmatched sound quality."
Samsung is creating digital cockpits for connected cars
The digital cockpit platform combines 5G technology and the IoT to provide an intelligent connected car experience...
Hands-on review: Samsung Galaxy Note 8
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is a beautiful and powerful phone but comes with a hefty price tag...
Top smartphones battle it out for battery dominance
Samsung and iPhone have long been hailed as the supreme leaders of smartphone technology, however, a new contender has entered the ring...
Samsung and Apple struggle to fend off fierce new market competitors
“Samsung’s performance continues to deteriorate, with its shares in China now down to just 2.2%..."
Gartner: solid growth for top 5 global smartphone vendors
All of the top five smartphone vendors achieved double-digit growth apart from Apple.
Smartphone market up 2.7% as more affordable models dominate
Smartphone vendors may be launching their high-end flagships in abundance, but it’s more affordable models that will drive the market.
Four out of five key tablet vendors see growth - but market still declines
Growth for four of the top five tablet vendors has failed to stop the tablet decline as a critical crossroad for detachable tablets looms.