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.

Investors had hoped that Apple’s contract with China Mobile would have led to more optimistic forecasts

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Apple and Samsung CEOs to attend mediation session over patent dispute

Apple and Samsung have agreed to a mediation session next month ahead of a trial in March over smartphone patent infringements.

Samsung showed off an 85in television that can be either flat or curved

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Doctors have long been able to monitor your heartbeat through a stethoscope but soon you too could listen in through your headphone.

CES 2014: Michael Bay walks off stage after embarrassing Autocue error

The director looked flustered and said 'I'm sorry' before leaving the stage

'Goodnight, house!': Electronics show CES 2014 promises that the connected home is coming soon

The latest gadgets from the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas promise a world of smart objects that will watch, listen and look after us

iPhone owners are smartest claims online test

Owners of Google's Nexus smartphones came second, with Blackberry users performing the worst in a series of brain-teasers

2013 - the year in review: There's a constantly moving feast of new technology - but who's listening in?

As gadgetry continues to evolve at breakneck speed, it’s harder than ever for people – and society – to keep up

Apple has ‘big plans’ to take significant bite of the Chinese market

Apple has “big plans” for the new year, the company’s chief executive said yesterday, fanning speculation about new products as the tech giant unveiled a major push to grow its business in the lucrative Chinese market.

Tablets, smartphones, cameras and more: we pick the only gadgets you need from 2013

From Apple's latest shiny playthings to the best smartphones from Google, we pick our favourite gadgets of 2013

Best smartphones of 2013: the iPhone 5s, Motorola Moto G, and more than one Nokia

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