The next-generation of smartphones and giant building-mounted screens are predicted to spur "massive growth" in the flexible display market, driving a nearly 250 times increase in shipments through 2020, according to the latest stats from research firm IHS.
Samsung's shares took a nose dive in Seoul on Friday, dropping 6.2 percent, in response to a J.P. Morgan report that Galaxy S4 shipments in the third quarter would be "disappointing," the Wall Street Journal 's MarketWatch reported.
Great. Everyone can take their toys and go home now--except for the smartphone and tablet users who have lost out on billions of dollars in innovation, which went instead to pay patent attorneys and court costs.
A decision this week by the U.S. International Trade Commission could result in a United States import ban of Apple's iPhone 4 and iPad 2 3G due to violations of Samsung patents.
The future smartphone market will definitely grow, but at what rate depends on which research firm you consult.
The wireless industry is finally deploying 4G networks on a large scale to provide mobile broadband capabilities. But the industry is already demonstrating 5G speeds, and Samsung, Ericsson, and NTT DoCoMo are the early leaders, according to research firm Strategy Analytics.
Samsung could soon be releasing its first Android tablet that comes with an Intel processor, according to a report on Computerworld.
Samsung is expected to showcase a new 13.3-inch laptop incorporating an ultra high-resolution 3200x1800 display this week at Display Week 2013 in Vancouver.
Samsung captured 95 percent of the $5.3 billion in profits generated by global Android smartphone shipments in the first quarter of 2013, according to the latest stats by Strategy Analytics.
Samsung extended its lead in worldwide mobile phone sales to a 23.6 percent market share, buoyed by a 13 percent year-over year sales increase in the first quarter of 2013, according to the latest stats from Gartner