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NVIDIA suing Samsung and Qualcomm over GPU related patents

Known for its Tegra series of chipsets, NVIDIA has filed a patent infringement suit against Qualcomm and Samsung over issues related to the GPU. NVIDIA is including the freshly announced Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy Note Edge to the list of infringing products. Speaking on the matter, the CEO of NVIDIA Jen-Hsun Huang said – “They’re using

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Samsung unveils new hexa-core and octa-core chipset

Samsung has just announced the arrival of the Exynos 5260 hexa-core (6 cores) chipset and the Exynos 5422 octa-core chipset which is a slight improvement over the Exynos 5420 which was announced last year. This new hexa-core chip has already been used on the Galaxy Note 3 Neo, while the Exynos 5422 will be used

Top five reasons why Samsung’s Galaxy S5 can’t please us all

It’s almost here. Yet there’s still so much about it we don’t know. Or rather, we’re unsure of. At least two primary Samsung Galaxy S5 versions (not counting sub-varieties like the Zoom or Mini) will presumably roll out at some point, but no one’s certain if both the “Standard” and “Prime” are due for announcements

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Samsung almost ready with its 64 bit Exynos chipset

A report from Korea has indicated that Samsung‘s 64 bit chipset could be in the final stages of its development. The report further claims that a few Samsung tablets in the future will pack this chipset with eight CPU cores capable of running at decent clock speeds. Hopefully, this chipset will be able to handle

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Samsung teases new evolution of Exynos processors

Samsung recently refreshed the Exynos mobile SoC with the addition of the Exynos 5420 chipset. This chipset can be found on the international non-LTE variants of the Galaxy Note 3 smartphone. However, it appears that Samsung is eager to bring a new variant already. A tweet by the Samsung Exynos page reads – “Exynos processors

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 to be Equipped with Intel Chipset

A new rumor has surfaced recently about the Samsung Tab 3 10.1. According to Venture Beat, the yet-to-be-announced tablet from the Korean company will feature an Intel processor. The report said that the upcoming tab will come equipped with an Intel Atom chip based on the Clover Trail code name. It stated that a “source

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 with Exynos Chip Revealed In Benchmarking Result

A Dutch website called TechTastic said that they have just discovered information about the new Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 in GLBenchmark results reported Ubergizmo. The device was designated as SM-T311 in the result, which is also the model of the device. The Revealed Specs According to the benchmark results revealed by the Dutch site, the

Samsung is a smart phone manufacturer which works on a very strict time to market concept. It the company misses a product release window, it would become difficult for the company to get back the market share and the profits that it would be expecting out of a product. To meet the time to market window, one needs to plan out everything properly, and work accordingly. For example, the South Korea based smart phone manufacturer has already registered a bunch of names for its upcoming smart phones, but it is not known if any of these smart phones are actually in the making. The South Korean based smart phone manufacturer, Samsung, has filed United States trademarks for the following names: Galaxy S Kit, Galaxy S Mate, Galaxy S Impact and Galaxy S Act. These could be the possible names of the upcoming Samsung Android smart phones. Since the line of smart phones is Galaxy S branded, these could be in the upper mid range sector of the smart phone market. Not just this, the South Korean company is also working on registering the name ATIV Zexy trademark in Europe. And since this is ATIV branded, it is going to be name of a Windows Phone smart phone. But again, there is no idea if there is a smart phone in the works to bear this name. Samsung needs to get a good market share in the United States this quarter. It is good to know that the company managed to get a 2.3 per cent increase in its market share in the United States. But if it manages to continue to be on the rise, soon the company will be over the Cupertino tech giant and its iPhone. Apple has managed to get a steady 2 per cent rise in its market share in the previous quarter ending December, 2012.

Video explains the working of big.LITTLE configuration

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=6zC9-3nO-1U Samsung Galaxy S IV is the most anticipated smartphone that will be launched in a few months. We expect a lot from this phone because it is the sequel of the flagship Galaxy S III device, which is still a hot product. With so many other manufacturers launching their flagship phones with high end