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Samsung Electronics has announced that it plans to invest at least $18.63 billion in South Korea as it seeks to extend its lead in memory chips and next-generation displays for smartphones.
Samsung said in a statement that it will offer 400,000 phones, dubbed the Galaxy Note 7 Fan Edition (FE), in its home country priced 699,600 won ($611).
The Middle East and Africa (MEA) personal computing devices (PCD) market experienced a decline of 8.8 percent year-on-year in Q1 …
With AWS Greengrass, devices can run AWS Lambda functions to perform tasks locally, keep device data in sync, and communicate with other devices while leveraging the full processing, analytics, and storage power of the AWS Cloud.
The GCC mobile phone market started 2017 off on a positive note, according to the latest figures announced by IDC.
Tahawul Tech spoke with regional experts on the evolving e-payment space in the GCC and its impact on the expanding e-commerce sector.
Samsung Electronics and Intel have reportedly filed briefs supporting a US regulator’s lawsuit against Qualcomm that argues the chip company used its dominant position in cellphone chips to force customers to accept unfair terms.
Gemalto’s embedded Secure Element (eSE) – a smart chip with a secure OS and applications – will soon be integrated into the recently launched Samsung Galaxy S8 in selected markets.
Microsoft has announced a set of educational products and services, inspired by teachers and students, including a new Windows experience — Windows 10 S.