With the upcoming launch of the latest Galaxy S4, Samsung has a back-up plan already if it doesn’t go smooth like the failure of Galaxy S3. There is a huge demand of the Galaxy S4 according to surveys, the company just hopes the supply problems will not harm the sales.
The South Korea-based company is expecting a 10-million unit sales on each month after it launches the Galaxy S4 smartphone. The company stays positive and well prepared to do anything just to be successful in releasing their latest smartphone.
Samsung lost an estimated two . . . → Read More: Samsung’s Back-up Plan to Avoid Problems that Happened to S3; Galaxy S4 is Launching Thursday
Facebook is again facing a lawsuit but this time its not against a big company. This case is filed by five angry users of the social network who were claiming that Facebook used their names in the advertisements without their consent.
Facebook has decided to pay $10 million dollars to settle the case. The social network company is now reviewing the case and they said that the suit is without merit.
The plaintiffs will not receive anything from the amount that Facebook decided to pay, instead, it will go to the charity. Before wrapping . . . → Read More: Facebook Decided to Pay $10 Million to Settle Case Filed by 5 Users
Demonstrated this year at the Consumer Electronics Show, Samsung is finally releasing the very first OLED TV to the market. The 55-inch TV set packs with great features including facial recognition, motion and voice control, 3D, and other smart TV features but as expected, this is not going to be affordable for some.
The South Korea-based company have been plugging its organic light-emitting diode or OLED technology for many years, but until recently it has not delivered a monster-sized scale from it. Apparently, a constant and significant issue with the blue pixels was resolved lately and . . . → Read More: Samsung will Release the $9,000 OLED TV
Google is again facing a new case, but this time they are not defending it, instead they are ready to pay the penalty.
The Mountain View, California-based Google is said to be negotiating with the FTC regarding the penalty or how much they have to pay for breaching the Safari Internet browser that Apple Inc. made, according to a person who is knowledgeable about the matter.
The fine could possibly reach over $10 million dollars, according to the person, who refused to be acknowledged for the reason that negotiations are private. The penalty will be the very first . . . → Read More: FTC Fines Google for Breaching Safari
Samsung Electronics publicly stated that its effort to break the tablet market has greatly been a fail, along with one executive presenting a sobering report about its performance at at Mobile World Congress held in Barcelona, Spain.
“Honestly, we’re not doing very well in the tablet market,” according to Hankil Yoon, Samsung product strategy executive.
That is about as frank an announcement as it gets coming from any executive at the Mobile World Congress trade exhibition this week.
Samsung has not met targets in its tablet pc business is not a big surprise; Samsung lags well behind the . . . → Read More: Samsung – Failure in Tablet PC Market
For the last two months, Samsung surprisingly sold 10 million units of their new Galaxy S II smartphones worldwide.
The Handset that handles Google Android system (which is under the patent infringement lawsuit against Apple Inc. for its Android tablets and phones) began selling the Android 2.3.4 “Gingerbread-based S II” in Korea last April.
The phone which features a 1.2 GHz dual processor and a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED plus display screen, sold 1 million units in Korea in less than 1 month, and more or less 3 million units in just 55 days.
. . . → Read More: Samsung Galaxy S II Hits 10 Million Unit Sales
Apple Inc. has reportedly begun the assembly of the iPhone 5 in preparation for the launching this October.
Macotakara, a Chinese-based source stated that Pegatron and Foxconn have begun assembling the iPhone 5 preparing for the early launch this October in the U.S. and late October launch in Asia. Launching for other countries is not yet mentioned.
The report also said the once these units are assembled, they are not going to be boxed up yet. This is because Apple Inc. said that they are not ready to install the latest iOS 5 for . . . → Read More: Assembly of iPhone 5 Begins