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Sam Sung

We already paid for these devices once. Why should our only option be to pay big tech companies a second time for the privilege of fixing them?
It wasn't one of the phones that's been subject to a recall.
Only one homegrown name made the top 10.
Bertrand Nepveu, CEO, vrvana (Montréal, Québec): "I've been to CES for 10 years now, and it's really refreshing to see that
With NextEra as a major player in Ontario's wind energy business along with Siemens (who has the distinction of paying the largest fine ever under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act) and Samsung (with it's own scandals), one has to wonder whether the government knew who they were inviting into the province when they opened the flood gates under the Green Energy Act in 2009.
The Korean technology giant Samsung wants to reduce that risk with the help of technology that allows drivers to virtually
The issue arises if you have the TV's voice recognition feature turned on to allow you to control the TV with voice commands
Shares of BlackBerry soared Wednesday after a news report that South Korea’s Samsung has approached the smartphone maker
Hope Casserly will never forget the night of Oct. 22 when she was awakened at around 1:30 a.m. by a loud popping sound. She
A phablet is a device that combines a smartphone and a tablet with a screen size between five and seven inches. International Data Corporation (IDC) predicts that sales of phablets will surpass that of PCs and tablets in the next two years.