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EU Sets 2030 Target To Produce Cutting-Edge Semiconductors

The European Union is planning to produce its own advanced semiconductors by 2030, part of the bloc's plans to reduce "high-risk dependencies" on technology companies in the U.S. and Asia. From a report: Officials want to ensure that at least 20% of the world's cutting-edge semiconductors by value are produced in Europe by the end of the decade, according to a draft document obtained by Bloomberg. The document, which could still change, is due to be presented next week by the European Commission...
Tags: Asia, Europe, Tech, Eu, Bloomberg, European Union, Samsung Electronics, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co, Digital Compass, Europe Bloomberg


Texan Chipmakers Face Slow Recovery From Power Crisis as Demand Rises

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Chipmakers, such as Samsung Electronics, will need a couple of weeks to resume production in Texas after shutdowns caused...
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Samsung Is Making MicroLED TV Sizes That Are More Practical for Us Commoners

Samsung’s consumer-friendly version of its larger-than-life The Wall display will eventually be available in a more reasonable 76-inch version—you know, for those of us whose homes can’t actually accommodate 110-inch televisions.Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Technology, Samsung, Amd, Samsung Electronics, Odyssey, Science and Technology, Digital Imaging, Light Emitting Diodes, Information and Communications Technology, Display technology, Ultra High Definition Television, microLED, Television Technology, 8k Resolution


iPhone 12 Pro Models Expected to Drive 50% YoY Growth in Quarterly Global Smartphone Shipments

Apple's iPhone 12 Pro models are set to contribute significantly to a 50% year-on-year growth of smartphone shipments worldwide in the first quarter of this year, according analyses conducted by Digitimes Research. The pace of ‌iPhone 12 Pro‌ and iPhone 12 Pro Max shipments is expected to align with a ramp up in shipments from Chinese brands eager to fill a vacuum in the global market left by Huawei, culminating in a projected 340 million unit shipments globally in Q1 2021. Apple's iPhone sh...
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Nvidia slips as concerns over global chip shortage weigh on 4th-quarter earnings beat

Mike Blake/Reuters Shares of Nvidia fell on Thursday as investor concerns about a global chip shortage weighed on an otherwise positive earnings report. The stock fell 3% in premarket trades on Thursday. The semiconductor industry has been struggling to meet global demand, thanks to an unexpected boom in online activity brought about by the pandemic. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell Shares of chip maker Nvidia fell 3% in premarket trading on on Thur...
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Huawei's Mate X2 Is the First Real Foldable Challenger to Samsung's Galaxy Z Fold 2

Foldable phones still aren’t quite mainstream, but Huawei’s new Mate X2 looks like it may just be real competition for Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 2. Read more...
Tags: Science, Samsung, Smartphones, Mobile Phones, Oled, Huawei, Samsung Electronics, Foldable Smartphone, Huawei Mate X, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2, Samsung Galaxy Z Series, Technology Internet, Huawei P Series, Huawei Mate 30


Leaked Videos Hint Samsung Smart Glasses Might Also Be in the Works

It looks like Apple and Facebook aren’t the only tech giants developing a pair of augmented reality smart glasses. Over the weekend, Twitter user @WalkingCat leaked two videos allegedly from Samsung showcasing a pair of AR glasses dubbed “Glasses Lite” and what appears to be the company’s vision for “Next Wearable…Read more...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Glasses, Science, Technology, Samsung, Eyewear, Computing, Augmented Reality, Samsung Electronics, Wearable Devices, Microsoft Hololens, Smartglasses, Ubiquitous Computing, Mobile Computers, Humancomputer Interaction


Use Bluetooth Tags to Keep Track of Your Crap

Samsung recently announced a pair of tiny, battery-powered dongles called SmartTags that will help you keep track of your important items.Read more...
Tags: Technology, Bluetooth, Samsung, Smartphones, Companies, Mobile Phones, Lifehacks, Samsung Electronics, Samsung Galaxy, Your Phone, Samsung Galaxy S21, Samsung Mobile Phones, Technology Internet, Smarttag


Save $209 on the Absurdly Luxe Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G Smartphone

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Samsung’s Advanced Audio Chief on the Evolution of Galaxy Buds

It’s tough to remember a time before true wireless earbuds were everywhere, but just five years ago, they were barely on anyone’s radar. They were often oversized, suffered from pitiful battery life and frequent connectivity issues, and were expensive to boot. But now wireless earbuds have become one of the…Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Samsung, Headphones, Moon, Computing, Samsung Electronics, iPhone accessories, AirPods, Portable Electronics, Samsung Galaxy Buds Live, AirPods Max, Technology Internet, Han Gil Moon


Leaks Suggest New 'Galaxy Book Pro' Windows Laptops with S-Pens Are on the Way

Today, Samsung’s latest Chromebook goes on sale in the Galaxy Chromebook 2, but based on some new leaks, Samsung is planning to release two new Windows laptops with built-in S-Pens.Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Samsung, Best Buy, Chromebook, Computing, Samsung Electronics, Consumer Electronics, Samsung Galaxy, Samsung Galaxy Book, Samsung Mobile Phones, Samsung Galaxy Note Series, Videotelephony, Technology Internet, Draftsamsung Unpacked Event


Save Up to 60% on Boost Mobile Smartphones, Including $150 off the iPhone SE

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Apple Working With TSMC on Micro OLED Displays for Upcoming AR Glasses

Apple has partnered with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC) to develop "ultra-advanced" micro OLED displays at a secret facility in Taiwan, reports Nikkei. The micro OLED displays will be used in "upcoming augmented reality devices." Micro OLED displays are built directly on to chip wafers rather than a glass substrate, which results in displays that are thinner, smaller, and more power efficient. These slimmer micro OLED displays are ideal for smaller devices like the smart glasse...
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Samsung's Galaxy S21 Is the High-End Android Phone to Buy

By launching its newest flagship earlier in the year than ever before, Samsung is making a statement with the Galaxy S21. I mean, just look at the rest of the premium Android phone market: LG is currently mulling the possibility of selling off its mobile division, OnePlus is joining forces with Oppo to help level up…Read more...
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Will Apple’s spectacular iPhone 12 sales figures boost the smartphone industry in 2021?

You’d be forgiven for being skeptical about the iPhone 12’s stellar performance this past quarter. It’s been a rough couple of years for smartphones — a phenomenon from which not even Apple was immune. Frankly, after staring down these macro trends over the last couple of years, it seemed like the days of phone-fueled earnings reports were behind the company as its expanding services portfolio started to become its primary financial driver. For the final quarter of 2020, Apple earnings ...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Wearables, Hardware, Tech, Smartphone, Mobile Phones, Morgan Stanley, Samsung Electronics, 5g, Apple Silicon Macs, EC Hardware, EC News Analysis


Samsung Heir: Sorry I'm in Jail, but Uh, Please Keep Working

Everyone’s had a boss who sent a tone-deaf email but imprisoned Samsung heir apparent Lee Jae-yong has one-upped them all. Sending a message on Samsung’s intranet, Lee apparently apologized for landing himself in jail once again and urged them to “maintain their work” in his absence, Yonhap reports.Read more...
Tags: Science, Labor, Samsung, Economy, Companies, Bribery, Samsung Electronics, Lee, Yonhap, Lee Jae yong, Lee Kun hee, Chaebol, Business_finance, Law_crime, Economy Of South Korea


Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Review: The Most Maxed Out Phone for the Money

Last year, Samsung broke out the “Ultra” adjective for the first time on the Galaxy S20 Ultra. That phone was certainly ambitious, but between its $1,400 price tag and features that didn’t quite live up to expectations, Samsung’s super premium phone felt less like an Ultra and more like a Galaxy S20++. Read more...
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Apple Said to Be Driving Market Growth of Ultra Wideband Applications

Apple's inclusion of Ultra Wideband chips in its devices has driven growth in research into the technology and its potential applications, according to a new report by DigiTimes. Ultra Wideband is a short-range, low-power radio technology that is able to provide more precise indoor positioning than Bluetooth LE and Wi-Fi. The distance between two UWB devices can be measured precisely by calculating the time that it takes for a radio wave to pass between them. Apple's iPhones have included it...
Tags: Apple, China, Xiaomi, Bmw, Samsung Electronics, Digitimes.com, Ming Chi Kuo, Digitimes Research, UWB, Ultra Wideband, DigiTimes Ultra Wideband


Samsung Wins the Wireless Earbuds War with Retro Clamshell Cellphone Charging Cases

It turns out the big news from last week wasn’t that Samsung finally ditched the bizarre bean design for its wireless earbuds, it’s that the company plans to dominate the ‘kids of the late ‘90s’ demographic with a charging case cover that camouflages the Galaxy Buds Pro as a retro clamshell cellphone.Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Samsung, Smartphones, Headphones, Samsung Electronics, Home Appliances, Consumer Electronics, Samsung Galaxy, iPhone accessories, AirPods, Galaxy Buds, Samsung Galaxy Buds Live


Samsung Heir Lee Jae-yong Sentenced To 30 Months in Prison in Bribery Case

A South Korean court sentenced Samsung Electronics heir Samsung heir Lee Jae-yong, otherwise known as Jay Y. Lee, to two-and-a-half years in prison on a bribery charge on Monday, a ruling which is likely to have ramifications for his leadership of the tech giant as well as South Korea's views toward big business. From a report: With this, Lee will be sidelined for the time being from major decision making at the company as it strives to overtake competitors. He will also be unable to oversee the...
Tags: South Korea, Samsung, Tech, Samsung Electronics, Lee, Park Geun Hye, Lee Jae, Jay Y Lee, Samsung Heir Lee Jae, Samsung Lee


Samsung heir Jay Y. Lee ordered back to prison over bribery charges

Samsung Electronics' vice chairman, Jay Y. Lee, arriving at court in Seoul, South Korea. Reuters Jay Y. Lee, the vice chairman and de facto leader of Samsung, has been sentenced to 2 1/2 years in prison. Lee was originally given a five-year sentence in 2017 — and spent a year in jail — but that punishment was cut short and suspended in 2018. He was accused of bribing a friend of a South Korean president to win support for his succession at Samsung. Visit Business Insider's homepage for...
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Samsung heir Jay Y. Lee ordered back to prison for 2 and a half years over bribery charges

Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman, Jay Y. Lee, arrives at Seoul high court in Seoul. Reuters Jay Y. Lee, vice chairman and de facto leader of Samsung, has been sentenced to two and a half years in prison. Lee was originally sent to jail in 2017 for five years, but his sentence was cut short and suspended in 2018. He was accused of bribing a friend of the former South Korean president to win support for his succession at Samsung. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Samsung v...
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Samsung vice chairman Jay Y. Lee sent back to prison in bribery case

Samsung Electronics vice chairman Jay Y. Lee is back in prison following a retrial of his 2017 conviction in a bribery case that helped lead to the downfall of former South Korean president Park Guen-hye. The Seoul High Court sentenced Lee to 30 months on Monday. Lee was originally convicted of bribery in 2017 and sentenced to five years, but was released in 2018 after the sentence was reduced and suspended on appeal. In August 2019, however, South Korea’s Supreme Court overturned the appeals co...
Tags: TC, Asia, South Korea, Samsung, Tech, Park, Bribery, Samsung Electronics, Samsung Group, Lee, Jay Y. Lee, Lee Kun, Samsung Samsung, Park Guen hye The Seoul High Court, South Korea 's Supreme Court


The best robot vacuums in 2021

A good robot vacuum should clean floors without much work on your end, clearing up dirt and dust with just a push of a button. I personally tested 16 robot vacuums and consulted three experts to determine the best robot vacuums for different needs and budgets.The Roborock S6 Robot Vacuum is the best robot vac for most people because it works well on hardwood, carpeting, and in corners; features mopping and home security capabilities; and has a helpful app.A robot vacuum can remove the small but ...
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Samsung unveils its newest Tile competitor, the Galaxy SmartTag

Alongside its other announcements at Samsung’s event today, the company introduced its new Galaxy SmartTag Bluetooth locator, a lost item beacon for Samsung owners and a competitor with Tile. Like Tile and Apple’s forthcoming AirTags, the beacon can be attached to keys, a bag, a pet’s collar or anything else you want to track. Initially, these SmartTags will use Bluetooth to communicate with a nearby Samsung device, however, the company confirmed a ultra-wideband (UWB) powered version called the...
Tags: Apple, Android, Gadgets, Bluetooth, Samsung, Tech, Smartphones, Samsung Electronics, Tile, Smartthings, Jan, BLE Bluetooth Low Energy, UWB, Airtags, Ultra Wideband, CES 2021