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Apple and Samsung make final cases to jury in patent trialupdated: Wed Aug 22 2012 02:17:00

After three weeks, the closely watched Apple versus Samsung patent trial wound down Tuesday with four hours of closing arguments.

Review: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet is mightier with penupdated: Thu Aug 16 2012 19:59:00

When Samsung's Galaxy Note smartphone went on sale in the U.S. in February, two things made it, um, noteworthy. At 5.3?, its display was the largest one ever offered on a phone. And the Note came with Samsung's S Pen, a precision stylus which let you jot notes and sketch pictures without jabbing at the screen with your finger.

Samsung unveils iPad killer?updated: Thu Aug 16 2012 19:59:00

CNN's Ramy Inocencio has a look at the new Samsung Galaxy 10.1 notepad and phone.

Trial gives sneak peek into Apple's inner workingsupdated: Fri Aug 03 2012 23:37:00

Apple, one of the most famously secretive companies in the world, is giving the public a rare peek into how it makes and markets its products.

Court bans Samsung tablet from sale in Europeupdated: Tue Jul 24 2012 12:00:00

Samsung has taken another hit from Apple in Europe, thanks to an appeals court in Germany.

The Number: Samsung the new Apple?updated: Tue Jul 10 2012 06:11:00

In The Number, CNN's Erin Burnett talks about why Samsung could be the new Apple.

Apple wins ban on two Android devices: What it means for youupdated: Tue Jul 03 2012 15:07:00

Last week, a U.S. District judge dealt a serious blow to Google and Samsung by slapping an injunction on the Galaxy Nexus phone and the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in a patent infringement lawsuit.

Judge stops U.S. sales of Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1updated: Wed Jun 27 2012 11:18:00

U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh has approved Apple's request for a preliminary injunction in the U.S. against Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1.

Review: Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone aims high, falls shortupdated: Wed Jun 20 2012 11:43:00

Samsung rightfully enjoys pointing out that it ships more Android smartphones than anyone else. And, with its new Galaxy S III, the South Korean electronics giant has accomplished something only Apple has been able to do so far: sell the same exact phone at the same price across major U.S. carriers without letting them slap their logos on the front of the device.

Samsung fears shrinking China demandupdated: Sun May 20 2012 20:12:00

Samsung has admitted to concerns over "worrying" weakness in Chinese consumer spending as customer sentiment, damped by government austerity measures, turns against spending on technology products.

Opinion: Why is Samsung so hot right now?updated: Fri May 04 2012 12:03:00

This summer, Earls Court in London will be the venue for Olympic volleyball, but last night Samsung hired this vast space to launch a single product -- its new flagship phone, the Galaxy S III. (We really liked it incidentally, check out our hands-on preview here).

Samsung unveils Galaxy S III smartphone with face, voice recognitionupdated: Fri May 04 2012 07:49:00

Samsung has launched its Galaxy S III smartphone, which it hopes will help solidify the company as the leading challenger to Apple and its iPhone 4S.

Opinion: Samsung Galaxy S III won't be for everyoneupdated: Fri May 04 2012 06:12:00

After months of speculation and rumors, the Samsung Galaxy S III has finally been revealed, and yes it is more powerful that you could have ever imagined.

The Galaxy S III: Samsung's next flagship phone?updated: Tue Apr 17 2012 10:25:00

Samsung emailed, tweeted and blogged Monday about a May 3 event in which reporters are being invited to "come and meet the next Galaxy." At this shindig in London, we expect Samsung to unveil the Samsung Galaxy S III -- though where this smartphone sits in Samsung's larger handset ecosystem isn't entirely clear.

Samsung to unveil the next Galaxy phone on May 3updated: Mon Apr 16 2012 11:27:00

Samsung has started sending out invites for the launch of the next Galaxy smartphone, which is slated for May 3 in London.

Samsung said it didn't make ad that angered Iraniansupdated: Fri Feb 03 2012 16:42:00

Senior Iranian lawmakers are considering a boycott of Samsung, the South Korean electronics and appliance manufacturer, because of a controversial Israeli ad that pokes fun at the nuclear crisis, state-run Press TV of Iran said Friday.

CNNMoney: Samsung unveils voice- and motion-controlled TVupdated: Tue Jan 10 2012 08:25:00

Forget that old-school remote. Samsung's new TVs are controlled by voice, gestures and facial recognition.

Samsung and Hyundai issue rallying callupdated: Mon Jan 02 2012 19:07:00

Samsung Electronics and Hyundai Motor, South Korea's two biggest companies by market value, issued a rallying call to staff on Monday and warned of tougher business conditions for 2012 amid the global economic slowdown.

Samsung offers $2 smartphoneupdated: Fri Dec 09 2011 05:33:00

Samsung is offering its latest Galaxy S II smartphone for $2 to some customers in Sydney, Australia.

Samsung wins fight against Apple in Australiaupdated: Fri Dec 09 2011 05:33:00

Samsung Electronics' tablet computer, the Galaxy Tab, will be available to consumers in Australia in the coming days, after the South Korean electronics giant scored a victory against Apple in a legal battle that had blocked the product from going on sale.

Samsung defeats Apple in courtupdated: Wed Nov 30 2011 03:30:00

Samsung Electronics will be allowed to sell its latest Galaxy tablet computers in Australia during the crucial Christmas shopping season after it won a rare victory against Apple and overturned a sales ban in the country.

Samsung announces 13% drop in quarterly earningsupdated: Fri Oct 28 2011 05:10:00

Samsung Electronics on Friday announced a 13% drop in its quarterly earnings despite a record high performance in mobile phone and smartphone sales.

Seriously?! The iPhone 4Supdated: Mon Oct 17 2011 07:36:00

Erin Burnett wonders if iPhone fans want new features...or simply the latest must-have toy. Seriously?!

Samsung files injunction against iPhone 4S sale in Japan, Australiaupdated: Mon Oct 17 2011 07:36:00

Samsung Electronics filed preliminary injunction motions in Japan and Australia on Monday to block the sale of Apple's iPhone 4S there.

To protect data, phones develop split personalitiesupdated: Thu Oct 13 2011 19:31:00

Smartphones have made it more difficult to separate work from personal lives.

Samsung to file injunction against Apple for iPhone 4Supdated: Wed Oct 05 2011 06:31:00

Samsung Electronics announced plans Wednesday to file preliminary injunction motions in Paris and Milan, Italy, to block the sale of Apple's iPhone 4S there.

Apple blocks sale of Samsung tablet in Europeupdated: Tue Aug 09 2011 18:08:00

Apple won a significant victory on Tuesday in its campaign against Samsung Electronics over alleged intellectual-property infringements.

Some 3D video causes eye strain, fatigueupdated: Tue Aug 02 2011 11:54:00

Certain kinds of 3D displays cause extra eye fatigue, according to a study published by the Journal of Vision that was funded in part by Samsung's R&D arm.

Study: No health risks at Samsung factoriesupdated: Fri Jul 15 2011 00:44:00

A health study on the working conditions at Samsung Electronics' semiconductor factories concluded Thursday that there are no health risks posed at South Korean workers, disappointing former employees battling the electronics giant and government agencies for compensation.

To take on Apple, new tablets go where iPad won'tupdated: Fri Mar 25 2011 14:47:00

Electronics manufacturers have all the pieces they need to create a great competitor to the iPad.

Samsung exec: Our tablet is 'inadequate'updated: Fri Mar 04 2011 17:09:00

In a refreshingly honest statement, Samsung's mobile division VP Lee Don-Joo admitted that the iPad 2 made some parts of Samsung's 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab look "inadequate," and the iPad 2's pricing might force Samsung to lower the price of its tablet.

Android users wait and wait for OS updatesupdated: Fri Feb 25 2011 14:07:00

Samsung's popular Galaxy S series of Android smartphones has been available on the four major U.S. wireless carriers for nearly a year.

Fortune: How LG lost the smartphone race - full versionupdated: Tue Feb 15 2011 12:29:00

It was a fateful day back on Feb. 16, 2009. That's when LG Electronics' then-vice chairman and CEO Nam Yong met with Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer in Barcelona, Spain. There, at the world's largest mobile industry trade show called the Mobile World Congress, LG and Microsoft inked an agreement for strategic collaboration. LG wanted to use Microsoft Windows Mobile OS as its platform for some 50 types of smartphones by 2012. The decision by the world's third-largest handset manufacturer to select Microsoft as the operating system for its smartphones was one of the most puzzling announcements to come out of the confab.

Despite sham show, Acer's dual touch-screen laptop a crowd pleaserupdated: Sat Jan 08 2011 21:26:00

A laptop with two touch-screens in lieu of a keyboard, tablets running an unfinished version of Google's Android, 3-D TV sets that don't require glasses.

It may take a genius to shop for smart TVsupdated: Sat Jan 08 2011 03:20:00

If so-called "smart TVs" are so clever, why do we feel so dense when trying to compare them?

When refrigerators tweet and washing machines textupdated: Fri Jan 07 2011 12:27:00

Phones are "smart." So are TVs.

Texting dryers, tweeting fridgesupdated: Fri Jan 07 2011 12:27:00

At CES 2011, appliances are getting the hook-up. CNN gives you a look at some household products that are newly online.

AT&T outlines plans for 4G network, phonesupdated: Wed Jan 05 2011 18:34:00

AT&T, which has been late to the 4G race, announced detailed plans for its faster, fourth-generation network on Wednesday while showing its first 4G smartphones.

New cell phone designs aim to save battery lifeupdated: Mon Nov 22 2010 11:10:00

More cell phones have more features and capabilities than ever -- but often the tradeoff is shorter battery life. This is especially true of smartphones. I know many, many users of all kinds of smartphones, and it's rare that they get a full day of use out of a full charge.

Samsung teases 10-Inch Galaxy Tabupdated: Wed Nov 10 2010 07:34:00

Well, well, well. What could Samsung be planning to do with this 10.1-inch LCD panel?

Samsung unveils Continuum phoneupdated: Tue Nov 09 2010 10:37:00

The Samsung Continuum was announced earlier at the New York Stock Exchange, but the phone itself was just unveiled in Times Square.

Samsung launches iPad competitorupdated: Fri Sep 03 2010 00:40:00

Richard Quest talks to Samsung's Simon Stanford about the company's Android powered tablet set to compete with the iPad.

Samsung: Galaxy Tab has leg up on Apple iPadupdated: Fri Sep 03 2010 00:40:00

When Samsung debuted its Galaxy Tab on Thursday, it made a bold claim: the device is at least as good as today's dominant tablet, Apple's iPad.

Samsung offers free phones to frustrated iPhone usersupdated: Sat Jul 24 2010 08:30:00

It appears that technology giant Samsung is handing out free Galaxy S smartphones to iPhone 4 owners frustrated by reception problems. An account on Twitter called @samsungukmobile is contacting people who've tweeted about their difficulties with the handset, asking them to submit their contact details to receive a free handset.

Former Samsung insider takes on Korean conglomerateupdated: Fri May 21 2010 09:20:00

Many South Koreans joke they inhabit "the Republic of Samsung."

Facetime with Ki-Seok Parkupdated: Fri May 21 2010 09:20:00

CNN's Marketplace Middle East sits down with Samsung Engineering CEO Ki-Seok Park about the potential in the Middle East.

Skype on TV: Will the videophone finally be reality?updated: Mon May 10 2010 12:06:00

The imagined inventions of Victorian-era French novelist Albert Robida may be coming closer to reality.

Samsung takes top spot from HPupdated: Fri Jan 29 2010 02:33:00

Samsung Electronics has overtaken Hewlett-Packard as the world's biggest technology company by sales, a sign of how strongly some South Korean companies have bounced back from the economic downturn.

Green electronics: The good, the bad and the betterupdated: Tue Jan 19 2010 01:54:00

The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas earlier this month showcased massed ranks of shiny high-tech products all promising they would change our lives.

3D TV's, shows are coming soonupdated: Wed Jan 06 2010 22:49:00

Popular TV channels will soon be rolling out programs for viewers in 3D. CNN's Errol Barnett explains.

Samsung dives into 3-D, e-reader, MP3 worldsupdated: Wed Jan 06 2010 22:49:00

Samsung dove headfirst on Wednesday into a number of technology trends already making waves at the Consumer Electronics Show.

'Superphone' takes on iPhoneupdated: Wed Jan 06 2010 09:49:00

CNN's Ali Velshi examines Google's Nexus One "superphone."

Tablets, TV phones among first glimpses from CESupdated: Wed Jan 06 2010 09:49:00

The 2010 Consumer Electronics Show doesn't officially kick off until Thursday, but some forthcoming gadgets, including tablet-like wireless devices and phones that can show live TV, are already getting buzz here.

Former Samsung chief handed suspended jail termupdated: Fri Aug 14 2009 04:27:00

A South Korean court on Friday found the former chairman of the Samsung Group guilty of a breach of trust in illicit bond transactions and sentenced him to a suspended 3-year jail term and a fine of 110 billion Korean won ($89 million), South Korea's Yonhap News Agency reported.

Fortune: Samsung TVs go upscale in a downturnupdated: Tue Jun 09 2009 12:46:00

If you are a consumer electronics maker looking for profit in a time when would-be customers are counting their pennies, what do you do? One tactic: launch a new line of pricey products.

Fortune: Samsung bets big on the great outdoorsupdated: Mon Dec 22 2008 08:50:00

As anyone who has walked into Best Buy lately knows, the prices of high-definition TVs are in a precipitous freefall.

FSB: 2008: A TV Odysseyupdated: Thu Dec 11 2008 06:41:00

Our Houston-based film production boutique, Zenfilm, specializes in advertising, music videos, documentaries, web video, and media strategy. As a husband-and-wife director-producer team, we have been making motion pictures together for almost 20 years.

Ex-Samsung chairman's verdict upheldupdated: Fri Oct 10 2008 02:14:00

A South Korean appeals court upheld the guilty verdict against the former chairman of the Samsung Group, who was sentenced during the summer on a tax evasion conviction, South Korea's Yonhap news agency reported.

Headset's sleek design doesn't compromise comfortupdated: Thu Jul 17 2008 12:57:00

Though Samsung has been churning out affordable headsets lately, most of them have pretty run-of-the-mill features and so-so performance levels.

Ex-Samsung boss convictedupdated: Wed Jul 16 2008 02:24:00

The former chairman of the Samsung Group was sentenced Wednesday to pay a hefty fine, but he will not go to jail, a court spokesman said.

Samsung chairman resignsupdated: Wed Jul 16 2008 02:24:00

CNN's Sohn Jie-Ae reports on the resignation of Samsung Group Chairman Lee Kun-hee.

Home theater projector offers 'unbeatable value'updated: Fri Jun 20 2008 11:15:00

Samsung's flagship one-chip DLP-based home theater projector, the SP-A800B, takes accuracy of signal reproduction to a new level.

SyncMaster LCD sports 'smashing good looks'updated: Fri May 23 2008 15:33:00

Is it possible to base an LCD purchase strictly on the display's bezel? If so, Samsung has an LCD to sell you.

Samsung delivers plasma done rightupdated: Fri May 02 2008 14:30:00

Plasma HDTVs seem almost passe these days, but in our experience they still produce generally better images than LCDs. The mid-price 50-inch Samsung PN50A550 reviewed here provides a typical example of what plasma can do right.

Samsung chairman announces resignationupdated: Tue Apr 22 2008 21:17:00

The chairman of the Samsung Group announced his resignation Tuesday, just days after his indictment amid an investigation into allegations of corruption.

Report: Samsung chairman to resignupdated: Tue Apr 22 2008 04:13:00

The chairman of the Samsung Group plans to resign, according to a report published Tuesday by Yonhap, the South Korean news agency.

CNNMoney: Samsung chairman steps downupdated: Tue Apr 22 2008 04:08:00

The chairman of the Samsung Group announced his resignation Tuesday, just days after his indictment amid an investigation into allegations of corruption.

Samsung chief escapes bribery chargeupdated: Thu Apr 17 2008 10:56:00

Samsung Group chairman Lee Kun-hee and three company officials were indicted Thursday after a four-month investigation into corruption allegations, according to a special prosecutor.

Samsung chairman questionedupdated: Fri Apr 11 2008 07:28:00

Samsung Group Chairman Lee Kun-hee arrived for more questioning on Friday regarding allegations of bribery.

Samsung chief denies corruption allegationsupdated: Fri Apr 04 2008 07:16:00

Samsung Group chairman Lee Kun-hee denied corruption allegations Friday as he appeared for questioning at a special prosecutor's office in Seoul, South Korea's Yonhap news agency reported.

Samsung probe widensupdated: Tue Jan 15 2008 04:38:00

Prosecutors raid the Samsung Group's headquarters as part of a probe into alleged bribery. CNN's Sohn Jie-Ae reports.

Review: Samsung LCD HDTV will impress the staunchest videophileupdated: Wed Nov 14 2007 15:27:00

Among that tiny segment of the population that cares about the latest HDTV technology, and the even tinier segment that can afford it, the introduction of Samsung's 81 series of flat-panel LCDs is kind of like early Christmas. The first widely distributed LCD HDTVs to incorporate LED backlights -- Sony sold a few Qualia 005s a couple years ago at $8,000 to $15,000 a pop -- the Samsungs promise amazing black levels, claiming a contrast ratio spec of 500,000:1.

FSB: Print for lessupdated: Tue Oct 30 2007 12:42:00

Modern ink jet printers are both cheap and fabulous - how often do you see that combination? Canon's Pixma iP6700D lists for a measly $179 and essentially puts a fully functioning photo lab on your desk. And the HP Photosmart C7180 delivers a wireless printer, scanner and fax for just $399.

Review: Samsung NV11 an acquired tasteupdated: Mon Oct 15 2007 14:02:00

With matte black finishes, prominent, blue-ringed lenses, and unusual touch sensor controls, Samsung's style-minded NV cameras are pretty hard to miss. Sitting at the top of the NV heap is the NV11, a 7.7-ounce, 10-megapixel camera that strikes just the right middle ground between the high-resolution, 3x zoom-equipped NV10, and the much bulkier 7-megapixel, 7x zoom-equipped NV5 and NV7 OPS.

CNNMoney: Samsung eyes boost in chip businessupdated: Fri Sep 21 2007 07:15:00

South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. expects strong demand and cost cuts to boost second-half profit in its chip business, it said Friday.

Fortune: Samsung's climb to No. 2updated: Wed Aug 29 2007 07:01:00

While the wireless industry was going wild this summer over Apple's iPhone and the mere prospect of Google's foray into the business, Korean electronics maker Samsung quietly hit a milestone: It surpassed Motorola to become the No. 2 seller of mobile phones. In the second quarter Samsung shipped 37.4 million devices, compared with 35.5 million for Motorola.

Business 2.0: Samsung's identity crisisupdated: Fri Aug 24 2007 00:44:00

One day in the not-so-far-off past, Kun-Hee Lee, chairman of Samsung Electronics, sent each of his closest friends and key employees one of the company's newest wireless phones as a New Year's present. Power Failure Halts Samsung Productionupdated: Fri Aug 03 2007 11:00:00

n electrical problem at a Samsung Electronics Co. factory Friday forced a partial halt in production at the world's largest memory chip maker, the company said, raising prospects of a global shortage

CNNMoney: Power outage hits Samsung plantupdated: Fri Aug 03 2007 07:22:00

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. said Friday it shut down six of its chip production lines following a power cut at a plant near Seoul, prompting expectations of tighter supply and a rise in prices.

Asian markets firmupdated: Mon May 21 2007 21:01:00

Asian stock markets nudged higher on Tuesday, with South Korea briefly touching a new peak as technology issues such as Samsung Electronics tracked their U.S. peers higher.

CNNMoney: 270,000 Maytag, Samsung washers recalledupdated: Wed Mar 21 2007 09:41:00

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, along with Maytag and Samsung Electronics, issued a recall Thursday of 270,000 front loading washers that pose an electrical hazard to users.

Business 2.0: Samsung copies Microsoft, Apple designsupdated: Mon May 08 2006 13:30:00

South Korean newspapers are reporting that Samsung Electronics stole icons from Apple and Microsoft to create the user interface of its latest cell phones. Samsung's first response was to tell some Korean media outlets that the designs were "inspired" by other technology companies' products. Sure, if by "inspired" Samsung meant copied pixel for pixel, as postings on a Korean-language Mac bulletin board showed. A Samsung design executive later conceded that mistakes were made, and Samsung recalled its Skin phones from stores in South Korea, the only market in which it was on sale, and offered buyers downloadable updates to replace the offending graphics.

Business 2.0: The telecom boom is backupdated: Mon Apr 17 2006 12:02:00

Is the telecom boom back? Following rumors of a deal, Level 3 has acquired ICG, an operator of Colorado and Ohio fiber networks, for $163 million. The Rocky Mountain News says one driver of the acquisition is the continuing growth of the wireless business, since wireless calls and data are carried from cell towers to wired networks. Telcos are also considering expanding international fiber links, after years with a glut of capacity on the market. After overbuilding in the 1990s led to a telecom boom and bust, says Business 2.0 senior writer Om Malik, we may be heading into a period of balance between telecom supply and demand --a situation which will be good for both telecom suppliers and consumers.

Techs lead South Korea's recoveryupdated: Tue Nov 22 2005 21:11:00

South Korea's share market rebounded Wednesday from losses the previous day, with the Kospi up more than 3 percent to a record high, on strong gains for tech issues such as Samsung Electronics.

Business 2.0: The Master of Gadgetsupdated: Tue Nov 01 2005 00:01:00

Less than a decade ago, his company was just another anonymous Asian supplier of commodity parts. Since then, Jong-Yong Yun, the CEO of Samsung Electronics, has seen it become the world's biggest c...

CNNMoney: Samsung fined $300M for price-fixingupdated: Thu Oct 13 2005 13:09:00

Samsung Electronics Company and its U.S. subsidiary have agreed to plead guilty for participating in an international conspiracy to fix prices in the dynamic random access memory (DRAM) market, the U.S. Justice Department announced Thursday.

Fortune: A Perpetual Crisis Machineupdated: Mon Sep 19 2005 00:01:00

The guts of a next-generation digital video camcorder are splayed on a worktable near Sun Woo Song's desk, although to a visitor's eye they might as well be the innards of a notebook computer or a ...

Fortune: The Secret Life of a Cellphoneupdated: Mon Sep 19 2005 00:01:00

THE SAMSUNG D600 Samsung makes about 50% of the D600's components, and the phone is assembled in Gumi, South Korea. Like most cutting-edge phones, this $600 model (below, actual size) will be launched in Europe and Asia--then make its way to the U.S. Shell Black is the new silver: Samsung plans to unveil no fewer than ten black phones this year, vs. three last year. Sliding hinge Forget clamshells. Slick new designs like the D600 are "sliders." Its spring-assisted keypad slips out from under the phone with the smoothness of a switchblade. Main board Tantalum, mined in Brazil or Australia, is just one exotic element used on the circuitboard (in all, about one-quarter of the 109 elements are found in a phone). With 300 components, the circuitboard is the most expensive part of the phone. Tech consulting firm Portelligent estimates that it accounts for some 60% of the D600's $130 manufacturing cost. Vibrator (at top) Rap lovers, stay tuned. Engineers are trying to develop a speaker-vibrator combo, which woul

Olufsen, Samsung create cell phoneupdated: Wed Sep 14 2005 07:55:00

Bang and Olufsen is to team up with Korean electronics company Samsung to create a mobile phone incorporating B&O's top-quality acoustics and design.

U.S. brands dominant, Samsung upupdated: Tue Jul 26 2005 23:00:00

Coke is still it, as U.S. names continue to dominate the list of the world's most valuable brands.

Money Magazine: Roll Camerasupdated: Sun May 01 2005 00:01:00

Each May new camcorders appear on the shelves of electronics stores everywhere. Why now? Father's Day, for one thing. Also, electronics companies know that between graduations, summer vacations, we...

Chelsea sign new deal with Samsungupdated: Mon Apr 25 2005 12:40:00

English Premier League leaders Chelsea signed a five-year sponsorship deal with South Korean electronics firm Samsung on Monday.

Fortune: The World's Most Admired Companiesupdated: Mon Mar 07 2005 00:01:00

Yes, American companies still dominate when it comes to the leadership qualities executives around the world admire--but the competition is heating up, according to our latest global survey. This y...

Samsung leads Nikkei higherupdated: Thu Jan 13 2005 22:20:00

Tokyo stocks were mixed midday Friday after South Korean high-technology giant Samsung Electronics Co. reported better-than-expected earnings for the fourth quarter of last year, countering negative sentiment from Wall Street's losses overnight.

Business 2.0: The Germproof Fridgeupdated: Sat Jan 01 2005 00:01:00

At last, a reason to toss out that musty box of Arm & Hammer. In 2004, Samsung equipped its newest line of refrigerators with an interior coating of nanoscale silver particles—known to be a natural...

Spark newsflashesupdated: Thu Sep 23 2004 10:38:00

Spark looks at some of the latest gadgets and gizmos.

Business 2.0: Hits & Missesupdated: Mon Mar 01 2004 00:01:00

[HIT] Out with the drab.

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