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Samsung Moves Up Smartphone Launch to Take on Apple

The idea is to further distance itself from the furor and frenzy over Apple's latest devices
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Samsung Expects Record Shipments of Galaxy S6 Smartphones

Meanwhile, the company says it could struggle to meet demand for the curved-edged version, the S6 Edge.

After Dismal 2014, Samsung Charts Recovery With New Galaxy Phones

Investors are betting on a rebound this year on healthy chip sales and high hopes for its new flagship smartphones.
Samsung vs iPhone

10 Things Samsung's New Galaxy Phones Can Do That the iPhone Can't

Rather than cramming tons of new features into the phones, Samsung improved on a few core elements including design, build quality, and the fingerprint sensor.
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4 Ways Samsung Says It Will Destroy Apple's iPhone 6

Samsung just took a bunch of shots at Apple. Here are four of them.
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Apple Who? Samsung Unveils Sleek New Galaxy Phones.

The latest Galaxy S smartphones feature a slim body made from aircraft-grade metal.
Digital Wallets

Samsung Buys Mobile Payments Startup to Take on Apple Pay

The South Korean tech giant has agreed to buy LoopPay, a mobile wallet service.

Samsung Plans to Use Cash Pile to Fund Growth, Acquisitions

'Our primary objective is growth and that is what we are communicating to our shareholders.'

Samsung Names New Mobile Marketing Chief Ahead of Galaxy S Launch

The South Korean tech company's current smartphone marketing leader is stepping down.

Apple vs. Samsung: Who's the Ultimate Winner?

Apple has tied with Samsung to become the No. 1 smartphone vendor in the world.

The 14 Most Exciting New Tech Products That Will Launch in 2015

When it comes to gadgets, there's plenty to look forward to next year.

Samsung Chases Curved Smartphone Wave

To gain stronger footing in the ultra-competitive smartphone race, Samsung ramps up on high-end devices.

Samsung Seeks Smartphone Revamp to Arrest Profit Slide

The Seoul-based tech company says it needs to change up its smartphone line-up to take on competitors in the rapidly growing mid-to-low range segment.

Will Sony Get Its Groove Back?

The struggling tech maker expects to post an annual net loss that's nearly five times more than initially estimated.