News The logo of Samsung Electronics is displayed on a glass door at their headquarters in Seoul on November 6, 2013. Samsung Electronics promised better shareholder returns, dismissed fears over smartphone market saturation and signalled a more aggressive acquisitions policy Wednesday at a rare analysts' briefing to boost its flagging stock price.

Samsung has announced plans to open 60 of its own branded stores in Britain and six other European countries, in a bid to challenge Apple's successful retail store approach.

Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 creates new mobile elite

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Samsung believes its Galaxy Gear watch will 'lead a new trend in smart mobile communications'

Galaxy Gear: Samsung unveils new smartwatch

The company believes its new invention will set a new trend in wearable tech

Pictures of Samsung's Galaxy Gear smartwatch leaked ahead of IFA

However, there are contradictory reports as to just what features the device will include.

Samsung to launch child-friendly tablet: the Galaxy Tab 3 Kids

Rubberised casing and advanced Parental Controls will help keep both children and the tablet safe,

Samsung confirms Galaxy Gear smartwatch for 4 September

Event will also see the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note III

Samsung’s Galaxy Gear smartwatch 'confirmed' for release on 4 September

Android-powered device will be launched alongside updated Samsung Galaxy Note phablet

A Samsung Electronics' Galaxy S4 (front) and Apple's iPhone 5 smartphones are seen in this picture illustration taken in Seoul May 13, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji

Samsung deny tricking 'speed tests' for the Galaxy S4

Investigation by a tech website supposedly reveals lines of code used to manipulate benchmark tests

Samsung's Galaxy S4 Active isn't child-proof, the warranty says so

Adverts show the phone getting dunked in water but the manual says you'd need to check twenty 'snap points' first

Apple and Samsung call truce on their rivalry

Apple signs up Samsung as chip supplier for new iPhone

Is the feud over? Apple and Samsung reportedly sign deal to see South Korean firm supply iPhone chips

Apple had been cutting manufacturing links with Samsung for over a year after a series of costly patent disputes between the two

Models pose with Samsung Electronics' Ultra HD LCD televisions during World IT show 2013 at the Coex convention centre in Seoul May 22, 2013. World IT Show (WIS) 2013, Korea’s largest IT trade show, opened on Tuesday. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji

Samsung ranked as world's largest tech company - even bigger than Apple

Rankings show how Apple's and Samsung's revenue dominates rivals; Amazon still operating with barely any profit

Samsung’s new Galaxy phone struggles amid sales gloom

More and more people owning smartphones and cheaper competition from China means Samsung’s new Galaxy phone is struggling.

Sony fires the big guns at Samsung with the 6.4-inch Xperia Z Ultra

New phablet sized handset expands the Xperia range and challenges Samsung's Note series

Screencap of the YouTube video courtesy of ClearPlex shows the drone and the gun

Viral video straps colt .45 handgun to a home-use drone

The set-up was created to advertise a range of protective smartphone screens

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