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    Samsung keeps lead despite Note 7 debacle

    Samsung maintained its lead in the global smartphone market in the third quarter despite a massive recall that has tarnished the South Korean giant's image. Samsung had a 20 percent market share in the quarter, well ahead of number two vendor Apple, according to reports late Wednesday from IDC and Strategy Analytics.

  • Samsung Galaxy J2(2016)

    3 years ago, the people at Samsung shelled out a brilliant budget smartphone called the Galaxy Grand, a combination of a 5” screen with better-than-average specs, which became an instant hit in our country. Samsung stuck on to the very

  • Google smartphone expected at Oct 4 event

    Google sends out invitations to an October 4 event, hinting that the Internet titan will show off a new smartphone powered by its Android mobile software.

  • Free Broadband with Samsung TV sets

    The buyers of Samsung televisions will get free broadband connection provided by Doze Internet.

  • Nokia to make mobile, tablets comeback

    Nokia, once the world's top mobile phone maker, announces its return to the fiercely competitive handsets and tablets market years after being crushed there by Samsung and Apple.

  • Samsung, LG lock horns with new Android platform

    The problem stems from the fact that there is just one flagship iPhone running Apple's iOS platform, however a number of Android licensees are fighting it out to identify a hardware contender that can woo premium buyers.

  • Samsung unveils new ‘stripe’ batteries

    Samsung has unveiled two new batteries that represents major step forward in battery tech for mobile devices.

  • Apple ordered to pay huge damages

    A US jury has ordered technology giant Apple to pay more than $234m (£152m) in damages for patent infringement.

  • Rumor claims Samsung will unleash its craziest smartphone ever in January

    Samsung rolled out the stunning Galaxy S6 edge smartphone this year, but it looks like this is a mere prelude for what Samsung has planned for the next year, reports BGR news according to Yahoo Tech.

  • Smartwatches, wearables open door to hackers: study

    People who wear smartwatches and connected fitness gadgets can open the door to hackers who could gain access to their data.

  • Sony Phone is first to have 4K screen

    Sony has unveiled the first smartphone to feature a 4K-resolution screen.

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 5 faces stylus issue

    Some early adopters of a new Samsung phone have said the device's stylus suffers from a design flaw.

  • Samsung unveils world's largest hard drive

    Samsung has unveiled what is touted to be the ‘world’s largest hard drive’ with 16 terabytes (TB) of capacity.

  • 'Biggest update' to fix Android bug

    Samsung, LG and Google pledges to provide monthly security updates for smartphones running the Android operating system.

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 5 specifications, press render leaked

    Ahead of Samsung's anticipated August 13 launch event to be held in New York, where the company is likely to reveal Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, the specifications of Note 5, its press render have been leaked and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus has been pictured.

  • Samsung 'blocks Microsoft software'

    Samsung has been accused of disabling Microsoft's software in preference for its own, leaving computers insecure.

  • Samsung brings TV Offer for Bangla New Year!

    Samsung Electronics Bangladesh has brought an amazing consumer promotion offer for TV to start the Bengali New Year 1422. Now with every Samsung TV purchase, one lucky customer can win the newest flagship device of Samsung, the Samsung Galaxy S6 for free by purchasing any Samsung TV every day.

  • iPhone 6 vs Samsung Galaxy S6

    Apple and Samsung's flagship phones, the iPhone 6 and Galaxy S6 both are remarkably similar, in design, features and cost, but there are some telltale differences.

  • Blackberry unveils new tablet

    Blackberry-owned company Secusmart unveils a new tablet in collaboration with Samsung and IBM

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