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Samsung's Galaxy S8 will reportedly have both a headphone jack and a desktop dock - The Verge;

Samsung's Galaxy S8 will reportedly have both a headphone jack and a desktop dock - The Verge

The VergeSamsung's Galaxy S8 will reportedly have both a headphone jack and a desktop dockThe VergeInformation about the upcoming Galaxy S8 keeps leaking out at a steady pace, and now The Guardian has published a considerable amount of info on the phone gleaned from unnamed sources. First off, the phone is supposed to be announced in late March, ...and more »

CPSC: Risk of Fire Is Real, And We Really Need To Modernize The Standards For Lithium-Ion Batteries - Consumerist;

CPSC: Risk of Fire Is Real, And We Really Need To Modernize The Standards For Lithium-Ion Batteries - Consumerist

ConsumeristCPSC: Risk of Fire Is Real, And We Really Need To Modernize The Standards For Lithium-Ion BatteriesConsumeristYou're probably within the explosion radius of at least once device containing a rechargeable lithium-ion battery right now, maybe even holding it on your lap or close to your face. Elliot Kaye, chairman of the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission ...and more »

Samsung could have handled the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco better, crisis managers say - Salon;

Samsung could have handled the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco better, crisis managers say - Salon

SalonSamsung could have handled the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco better, crisis managers saySalonFive months after reports emerged about spontaneously combusting Galaxy Note 7 smartphones, Samsung finally claimed full responsibility for its massive product-safety boondoggle that killed the company's latest premium handset just weeks after it was ...and more »

Report: Snapdragon 835 will launch first in Galaxy S8, others have to wait - Greenbot;

Report: Snapdragon 835 will launch first in Galaxy S8, others have to wait - Greenbot

GreenbotReport: Snapdragon 835 will launch first in Galaxy S8, others have to waitGreenbotFresh off its unveiling at CES earlier this month, we can hardly wait to get our hands on the first Snapdragon 835-powered smartphone, but it appears as though we might have to cool our heels a bit. A new report from Forbes suggests the new chip won't ...and more »

A new leak just revealed pretty much everything about Samsung's next big smartphone, the Galaxy S8 - Business Insider;

A new leak just revealed pretty much everything about Samsung's next big smartphone, the Galaxy S8 - Business Insider

Business InsiderA new leak just revealed pretty much everything about Samsung's next big smartphone, the Galaxy S8Business InsiderCiting "well-placed" sources, The Guardian just unleashed several details about Samsung's next big smartphone, the Galaxy S8, that reinforce the majority of rumors surrounding Samsung's upcoming flagship smartphone. Check out the latest report on what ...and more »

Samsung Galaxy S8 to have bigger 'infinity' display, insiders say - The Guardian;

Samsung Galaxy S8 to have bigger 'infinity' display, insiders say - The Guardian

The GuardianSamsung Galaxy S8 to have bigger 'infinity' display, insiders sayThe GuardianThe Galaxy S8 will be announced in late March and go on sale around 21 April. Photograph: Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more sharing options; Share on LinkedIn · Share on Pinterest · Share on ...and more »

Samsung Looks to Repair Consumer Trust - Wall Street Journal;

Samsung Looks to Repair Consumer Trust - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street JournalSamsung Looks to Repair Consumer TrustWall Street JournalSEOUL—Samsung Electronics Co.'s apology and diagnosis of the Galaxy Note 7's battery problems marked the company's most concerted attempt to move past its biggest recent crisis, but concerns over product safety could continue to weigh on its brand.and more »

Samsung Galaxy S8: What We Know - PC Magazine;

Samsung Galaxy S8: What We Know - PC Magazine

PC MagazineSamsung Galaxy S8: What We KnowPC MagazineEditor's Note: This story was updated on March 16 with more details. The Samsung Galaxy S8 will be one of the hottest phones of the year, and it's a critical one for Samsung. With the Galaxy Note 7 being pulled from the market (and many people ...and more »

Samsung Blames Galaxy Note 7 Overheating on Problems at Suppliers - Wall Street Journal;

Samsung Blames Galaxy Note 7 Overheating on Problems at Suppliers - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street JournalSamsung Blames Galaxy Note 7 Overheating on Problems at SuppliersWall Street JournalSEOUL—Samsung Electronics Co. blamed the overheating of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones on manufacturing and design problems but acknowledged that it hadn't determined the “root cause” of the failure, in the company's most comprehensive attempt to ...and more »

Samsung Profits Jump 50 Percent Despite Turmoil - Newsweek;

Samsung Profits Jump 50 Percent Despite Turmoil - Newsweek

NewsweekSamsung Profits Jump 50 Percent Despite TurmoilNewsweekSamsung on Tuesday said it expects profit growth in 2017 despite challenges arising from political uncertainty, after record chip earnings glossed over the Note 7 smartphone fiasco in the fourth quarter. The South Korean tech giant and Apple rival is ...and more »

Samsung's profits soared in 2016 but its exploding Note 7s hit mobile sales hard - Wired.co.uk;

Samsung's profits soared in 2016 but its exploding Note 7s hit mobile sales hard - Wired.co.uk

Wired.co.ukSamsung's profits soared in 2016 but its exploding Note 7s hit mobile sales hardWired.co.ukDespite exploding phones and corruption scandals, Samsung has reported its highest profit jump for three years. ADVERTISEMENT. The tech giant made an operating profit of 9.22 trillion won (£6.32 billion) on total revenue of 53.3 trillion won (£3.56 bn ...and more »

Galaxy Note7's battery fiasco won't soon be forgotten - Computerworld;

Galaxy Note7's battery fiasco won't soon be forgotten - Computerworld

ComputerworldGalaxy Note7's battery fiasco won't soon be forgottenComputerworldVictims who were burned by Samsung Galaxy Note7 devices that overheated or exploded won't soon forget, but Samsung clearly wants to move beyond the disaster and the recall of all 3 million of its Note7 smartphones. After months of investigations, the ...and more »

Samsung has 'first dibs' on Snapdragon 835 chips for the Galaxy S8 - www.theinquirer.net;

Samsung has 'first dibs' on Snapdragon 835 chips for the Galaxy S8 - www.theinquirer.net

www.theinquirer.netSamsung has 'first dibs' on Snapdragon 835 chips for the Galaxy S8www.theinquirer.netSAMSUNG IS REPORTEDLY HOARDING the first batch of Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chips, leaving rivals with last year's Snapdragon 821. So says a report at Forbes, which has heard from "industry insiders in Asia" that the Snapdragon 835 won't be ...and more »

Samsung Electronics warns of political risks as chips boost fourth-quarter profit - Reuters;

Samsung Electronics warns of political risks as chips boost fourth-quarter profit - Reuters

ReutersSamsung Electronics warns of political risks as chips boost fourth-quarter profitReutersAn exchanged Samsung Electronics' Galaxy Note 7 is seen at the company's headquarters in Seoul, South Korea, October 13, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji/File Photo. 1/2. left. right. The Samsung Notebook Odyssey gaming laptop is displayed during a ...and more »

Samsung Galaxy S8 Reportedly First to Launch With Snapdragon 835 SoC; LG G6 to Launch With Snapdragon 821 - NDTV;

Samsung Galaxy S8 Reportedly First to Launch With Snapdragon 835 SoC; LG G6 to Launch With Snapdragon 821 - NDTV

NDTVSamsung Galaxy S8 Reportedly First to Launch With Snapdragon 835 SoC; LG G6 to Launch With Snapdragon 821NDTVWith Qualcomm announcing its latest Snapdragon 835 SoC at the recently concluded CES 2017 event, one of the biggest doubts was will the upcoming flagships from HTC, LG, Nokia, and Samsung among others feature the new chipset? As per a report, ...and more »

Samsung shrugs off exploding Galaxy Note 7 debacle as profits rocket - The National;

Samsung shrugs off exploding Galaxy Note 7 debacle as profits rocket - The National

The NationalSamsung shrugs off exploding Galaxy Note 7 debacle as profits rocketThe NationalSamsung Electronics has reported a 50 per cent jump in fourth-quarter profits despite the humiliating Galaxy Note 7 recall that hammered the reputation of the world's largest smartphone maker. The South Korean tech multinational took another blow when ...and more »

Samsung: Why is it doing so well despite Galaxy Note 7 fiasco? - BBC News;

Samsung: Why is it doing so well despite Galaxy Note 7 fiasco? - BBC News

BBC NewsSamsung: Why is it doing so well despite Galaxy Note 7 fiasco?BBC NewsSamsung Electronics saw profits surge 50% in the last three months of 2016, despite the Note 7 phone fiasco. The 9.2 trillion won ($7.2bn; £5.8bn) quarterly profit is the South Korean firm's highest since 2013. In October, the smartphone maker had to ...and more »

Samsung is hoarding Qualcomm's supply of Snapdragon 835 chips until Galaxy S8 release - The Verge;

Samsung is hoarding Qualcomm's supply of Snapdragon 835 chips until Galaxy S8 release - The Verge

The VergeSamsung is hoarding Qualcomm's supply of Snapdragon 835 chips until Galaxy S8 releaseThe VergeA report from Forbes, corroborated by The Verge today, has revealed that Samsung is grabbing the lion's share of the first Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processors, and in the process forcing its competitors to use the older Snapdragon 821 chipset. Forbes ...and more »

The LG G6 specs are unlikely to match the Samsung Galaxy S8 - TechRadar;

The LG G6 specs are unlikely to match the Samsung Galaxy S8 - TechRadar

TechRadarThe LG G6 specs are unlikely to match the Samsung Galaxy S8TechRadarThe LG G6 specs are going to make it a mighty powerful phone when it launches on February 26, but don't expect it to set new performance records. This forthcoming Android Nougat smartphone will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chipset, ...and more »

Samsung Reveals Cause of Galaxy Note7 Battery Fires, Explosions - eWeek;

Samsung Reveals Cause of Galaxy Note7 Battery Fires, Explosions - eWeek

eWeekSamsung Reveals Cause of Galaxy Note7 Battery Fires, ExplosionseWeekNEWS ANALYSIS: Samsung President DJ Koh described in detail the manufacturing defects in rechargeable batteries that caused some of its Galaxy Note7 big-screen smartphones to burn or explode. Samsung Note7 Defects. Samsung electronics has taken ...and more »