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SEOUL—Samsung Electronics Co. is planning to introduce a foldable-screen smartphone early next year, according to people familiar with the matter, as the world’s largest phone maker eyes a splashy device to help re-energize its slumping handset business. Separately, Samsung is closer to releasing another much-anticipated piece of hardware: a voice-activated speaker powered by its Bixby digital assistant, according to people familiar with the matter.
A European Union antitrust judgement against Google on Wednesday invites more competition from software developers including Microsoft Corp (MSFT.O), Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) and Samsung Electronics Co , but still leaves them at an disadvantage, industry executives and analysts told Reuters. The EU found that the Alphabet Inc (GOOGL.O) unit illegally bolstered its dominance in the mobile business since 2011 by forcing Android device makers to pre-install Google Search and its Chrome browser together with its Google Play app store, paying them to pre-install only Google Search, and blocking them from using modified versions of Android. The ruling aims to open the door for Samsung, Lenovo Corp and other phone makers that have been tied to selling devices full of Google applications to start using some alternative software from the likes of Microsoft and Amazon without the device losing too much of its consumer appeal, according to EU press statements and EU sources on condition of anonymity.
Last week, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and South Korean President Moon Jae-in celebrated the inauguration of what Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. called the world’s largest mobile phone factory. At the splashy event just outside New Delhi, Modi said the facility was “extremely important” for his Make in India initiative to boost manufacturing to 25 percent of India’s economy by 2020 and create millions of jobs. Data from the World Bank and the Reserve Bank of India show manufacturing hasn’t received a significant boost since Modi took office in 2014.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will surely be big, bold, and pricey, but will it be foldable, or have an under-display fingerprint sensor? Those are just some of the rumors swirling around one of 2018's most anticipated phones.
Leaked images appearing to show the Galaxy Note 9 has revealed further details of Samsung's next premium handset. The latest images come courtesy of notorious leaker Evan Blass, who shared a photo on Twitter showing the front and rear of the device, and a Chinese Twitter user who posted a picture of what seemed to be a switched-on Note 9. It appears to confirm that Samsung is sticking with a very similar design to that of the Galaxy Note 8, which featured an S Pen stylus.
Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S10 smartphone may take the crown as the fastest smartphone on the market, thanks to a new ultra-powerful chip built by the South Korean manufacturer. Samsung revealed on Tuesday, 17 July, that it had successfully developed an 8Gb chip for its mobile devices, paving the way for 5G connectivity and artificial intelligence-powered applications. The new chip could feature in the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10, which is expected to be unveiled next year.
“This is, without any doubt, a positive catalyst for Whirlpool,” he said on an investor conference call. One factor is a separate set of tariffs on steel and aluminum, imposed by the U.S. in March and later expanded, that helped drive up Whirlpool’s raw-materials costs.
Samsung and Huawei are in a race to bring 5G to South Korea, but it looks like there's no home court advantage https://bloom.bg/2uoRlgy #tictocnews (Source: Bloomberg)
Investing.com – Oil prices edged lower on Monday as traders awaited the outcome of the first offcial dialogue between U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin summit in Helsinki later in the day.
Israeli high-tech firm Mantis Vision, which provides 3D content capture and sharing technologies, said on Monday it raised $55 million in a round led by China-based Luenmei Quantum Co and Samsung Catalyst Fund. The Israeli firm and Luenmei also formed a joint venture to strengthen Mantis Vision's growth in China. Mantis Vision said its technology can be used in a variety of applications, including 3D smartphone cameras and professional 3D scanners.
Will Townsend of Moor Insights & Strategy says Samsung Electronics' expertise in end devices and infrastructure allow it to be "uniquely positioned" in the 5G race.