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.

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New high-end handset aimed at the "active user", dustproof and waterproof

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Another day, another Samsung launch - this time two new tablets in the Tab 3 range

Following the unveiling of their Galaxy S4 mini, it seems that Samsung is sticking with its varied-as-possible approach to product lines by unveiling two new tablets – an 8-inch and a 10.1-inch variation of the Galaxy Tab 3 range.

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Samsung reveals Galaxy S4 Mini

The new 107g phone will have 5GB available to the user

Samsung has announced that the latest model of their flagship Galaxy series will be unveiled on 20 June in London.

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The S4 - released three months ago - became the best-selling Android smartphone

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Galaxy S4 off to a flier as Samsung's sales record is broken

Samsung's new Galaxy S4 smartphone has become its fastest-selling phone ever, shifting at a rate of one every four seconds since its launch in late April.

Samsung claims breakthrough in 5G mobile broadband: Download films in a second with 100 times faster smartphones

South Korean giant aims to commercialise technology within seven years

Samsung's profits jump to £4.2bn

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Delays hit launch of Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone

The rollout of Samsung's latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4, has been disrupted by supply problems, meaning it will go on sale at some carriers in the United States later than expected.

Apple set to announce first profits dip in 10 years after chip sale slowdown

Apple is expected to reveal its first profit slide in a decade when it releases its latest figures today.

Samsung predicts 53% surge in profits

Samsung’s star continues to rise, as the South Korean electronics giant today predicted a stronger-than-expected jump in first-quarter profits.

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Galaxy S4: Samsung takes battle to Apple with launch of Galaxy S4

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Sir Robin Jacob ordered Apple to apologise in the dispute over the iPad and Samsung Galaxy tablet

Judge who issued ruling for Samsung against Apple is...advising Samsung

He was the judge who handed a major PR win to the South Korean electronics giant Samsung when he chastised rival Apple in court last year during their long-running and bitter legal fight. Now, the Rt Hon Professor Sir Robin Jacob is to be involved in another Samsung legal case – this time employed as an expert on its behalf.

It's now safe to stream films in the bath (and to fill it with water) with the waterproof Sony Xperia Tablet Z

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