Enterprises and developers may be pleased to know Samsung took an even deeper dive into the Internet of Things with the release of its ARTIK Cloud platform this week.
Tablet shipments fell 10 percent year-over-year to 46.5 million units during the first quarter of 2016, the lowest level since the third quarter of 2012, according to the latest stats from market research firm Strategy Analytics.
Samsung has been granted a patent in South Korea for a smart contact lens that is equipped with a tiny display, camera, antenna and sensors that detects movement and eye blinks, according to a report by TechNewsWorld.
The Supreme Court said Monday that it will hear Samsung's appeal in its patent dispute with Apple over Apple's allegations that Samsung infringed three iPhone design patents.
Samsung's Galaxy TabPro S tablet running Windows 10 and packing an Intel Core m3 processor goes on sale Friday for a hefty $900 with mobile workers in mind.
Samsung has begun shipping its 15.36TB monster of a solid state drive, which it first unveiled at the 2015 Flash Memory Summit. This release comes amid predictions that SSDs could outsell hard disk drives by 2017, despite reports of high failure rates.
Cisco may be looking to boost its Asia-Pacific presence through the acquisition of Samsung's business networking division. According to The Korea Times, Cisco has twice approached Samsung about acquiring its network business division, but it has so far been rejected.
Samsung on Friday won an appeal of a $120 million jury verdict in favor of Apple in a dispute over patents for the iPhone's "quick links," slide-to-unlock and auto correct features, reported Reuters.
There's good news for people who use their smartphones for heavy data lifting at work. Samsung is shipping a 256GB flash embedded memory for high-end smartphones.
Developer-focused Typesafe has a new name and a new microservices framework aimed at enterprises doing Java development. Now known as Lightbend, the company is launching Lagom.