Reuters – Samsung Electronics is developing a joint software platform for use on its cellphones and televisions, hoping wider audience attracts more developers to use its products.
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AFP – Samsung Electronics and Sony Ericsson unveiled new smartphones on Sunday as the two companies seek to catch up to their rivals in the fast-growing segment of the mobile phone industry.
AFP – South Korean firm Samsung Electronics unveiled Sunday a new smartphone to lead the charge in its strategy to boost its share of the fast-growing segment of the mobile phone industry.
Reuters – South Korea’s Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Thursday it aimed to triple smartphone shipments this year to more than 18 million units as the world’s second-biggest cellphone maker scrambles to make a mark in the fast-growing smartphone market.
Reuters – South Korea’s Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Thursday it aimed to treble smartphone shipments this year to more than 18 million units as the world’s second-biggest cellphone maker scrambles to make a mark in the fast-growing smartphone market.
AP – Samsung Electronics Co. returned to profit in the fourth quarter as demand for flat screen televisions and mobile phones helped push sales to a record high, underlining Samsung’s rise to the top tier of global technology companies.
Reuters – Samsung Electronics (005930.KS) expects rapidly recovering demand for its premium computer memory chips and flat screen TVs to drive growth this year, with the unwinding of global stimulus measures the key risk for sales.
PC World – Samsung Electronics, the world’s second largest mobile phone seller by volume, said its application store will be available to users in Brazil and China by the end of this month as part of an ongoing global expansion.
PC World – Samsung Electronics is on track to beat its 2009 sales target of 200 million mobile phones, and touchscreen handsets will account for one of every five mobile phones it sells this year, the company said Monday.
Reuters – Samsung Electronics (005930.KS), the world’s No. 2 mobile phone maker, gave an upbeat forecast for 2009 mobile phone sales due to sharp growth in touchscreen models, but surging sales may not guarantee higher margins.