Samsung plans to unveil new Galaxy smartphones on Feb. 21, just before the Mobile World Congress kicks off in Barcelona. While Samsung does not say what "The Next Galaxy" is, VentureBeat's Evan Blass believe it will be the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge smartphones.
After claiming that the tendency of an incorrectly inserted S Pen stylus to get stuck in the Galaxy Note 5 was not a problem, Samsung has decided to fix the "non-problem" anyway, reported Android Central.
To match Apple's move on the iPhone 6S, Samsung is adding a pressure sensitive display to the next version of its Galaxy smartphone line, the S7, expected to be launched in March, the Wall Street Journal reported.
American companies have so far been driving the conversation around smart cars and autonomous vehicles. Until now, that is, as two Asian tech giants recently announced respective projects that would see them jump into the crowded space.
Samsung has agreed to pay Apple $548 million to settle a patent dispute over smartphone technology that began years ago, reported AppleInsider.
Healthcare professionals are increasingly using mobile devices at work, according to survey data contained an infographic prepared by Samsung Business and published on Forbes.com.
Google has found 11 security flaws in Samsung's software on its Galaxy S6 Edge smartphone, including a number of "high-severity" problems, after only a week of investigation, reported AppleInsider.
Samsung is looking to capture a bigger piece of the enterprise networking market.
Sweden-based Fingerprint Cards is getting a lot of recognition from tech giants like Google, LG and Huawei for its fingerprint technology that can be embedded in smartphones.
Samsung announced Friday that it is teaming with Thomson Reuters, a provider of information products to businesses, to develop business-to-business products targeted at the financial and legal markets.