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Samsung to announce Samsung Galaxy S6 on March 1

Samsung to announce Samsung Galaxy S6 on March 1

According to reports published in Sammobile, the South Korean technology major Samsung has started posting official invites for an event in March this year, where the company will announce its Samsung Galaxy S6. The invite reads 'What's next'. The event is going to happen at Barcelona, Spain, during the Mobile World Congress.

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Apple to Compete with Samsung to become Leading Smartphone Seller

Apple to Compete with Samsung to become Leading Smartphone Seller

Apple had launched its iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus in September 2014. In just three months the technology major sold record number of smart phones across the world. Now, Apple is heading towards displacing Samsung to be the leading seller of smartphones.

Currently, the company is having tough completion with Samsung. In 2007, Apple released the first iPhone and also set the standard for modern smartphones. Since 2011, Samsung has been the market leader with its supersized smartphone series.

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Qantas partnering with Samsung to trial the use of Gear VR headsets

Qantas partnering with Samsung to trial the use of Gear VR headsets

Qantas Airways Limited, the flag carrier of Australia is partnering with Samsung to trial the use of Gear VR headsets. The main aim behind it is to provide a much more immersive in-flight entertainment experience to the customers.

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Samsung plans to launch sub-$100 Tizen-powered smartphone in India this month

Samsung plans to launch sub-$100 Tizen-powered smartphone in India this month

In a Monday report, South Korea's Maeil Business Newspaper has revealed that bigwig South Korean device manufacturer Samsung Electronics is planning to launch a new sub-$100 smartphone in India this month.

According to the newspaper, which is a local South Korean business daily, the new Samsung smartphone to hit the Indian market will run on the company's own Tizen operating system.

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Samsung to unveil world’s first TV-matching curved soundbar

Samsung to unveil world’s first TV-matching curved soundbar

At the IFA 2014 event, bigwig South Korean device manufacturer Samsung will unveil a soundbar - the HW-H7500/H7501 - to match its curved TV sets. The HW-H7500/H7501 will be the first TV-matching curved soundbar in the world.

Revealing that the HW-H7500/H7501 has been primarily built with the objective of highlighting the company's curved LED TV lineup, Samsung said that the soundbar is the first sound bar to boast "a curved form factor."

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Review: Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook

Review: Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook

Barnes & Noble, in partnership with Samsung, announced the new Galaxy Tab 4 Nook device on August 20. The Galaxy Tab 4 Nook is priced at $179 for retail sale, thanks to a promotional discount.

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Samsung acquires SmartThings startup reportedly for $200 million

Samsung acquires SmartThings startup reportedly for $200 million

In a recent announcement, South Korean device maker Samsung has revealed that it is acquiring SmartThings startup --- a 2012-founded company which gives smartphone users the ability to turn their devices into a type of remote control for connected devices in their homes.

Although Samsung has not officially divulged the financial details with regard to its SmartThings acquisition deal, a report on Re/Code tech news site has disclosed that Samsung has paid approximately $200 million to acquire SmartThings.

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Xiaomi surpasses Samsung to become No. 1 smartphone vendor in China

Xiaomi surpasses Samsung to become No. 1 smartphone vendor in China

The latest statistics released by research group Canalys on Monday show that Chinese device maker Xiaomi Inc. has become the biggest smartphone vendor in China, overthrowing bigwig South Korean firm Samsung in the 2014 second quarter.

According to the Canalys data, a total of nearly 15 million smartphones were shipped by Xiaomi in the April-June quarter; beating Samsung's 13.2 million smartphone shipments in the same period.

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Apple and Samsung call a truce on their patent disputes outside US

Apple and Samsung call a truce on their patent disputes outside US

In a recently-released joint statement, tech market rivals Apple and Samsung have revealed that they have agreed to withdraw all the patent-infringement lawsuits which the two companies are fighting against each other in countries outside the US.

The statement implies that Apple and Samsung will withdraw their patent-related disputes in nearly nine countries, including the UK, Australia, Japan, South Korea, and Germany.

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Xiaomi Smartphones Dominate Samsung and Apple in China

Xiaomi Smartphones Dominate Samsung and Apple in China

Xiaomi Corp, privately held smartphone-maker company in Beijing, is looking to take the world by storm. The four-year-old company is about to surpass market-leader Samsung Electronics, the Korean company, to become the No. 1 smartphone maker in China.

It has shipped 15 million devices in the second quarter and Samsung shipped 13.2 million smartphones. This provides it with a 14% share in Chinese market, up from Samsung's 12% share.

Xiaomi also recently surpassed Apple Inc. (AAPL: US) to become the second largest smartphone company in China in terms of units sold.

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