Samsung confirms battery behind Galaxy Note 7 fires
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Samsung has released its report on last year's exploding phones' scandal, which forced them to recall millions of devices.
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Apple Inc. generated less than half of its total quarterly revenue from sales of the iPhone for the first time since 2012, a sign the company is entering life beyond its flagship product. Meanwhile, Samsung Electronics Co. shares slid after South Korea’s most important company reported sharply lower profit amid global trade tensions and a wireless industry slump.
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Smartphone slowdown hits Apple & Samsung
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The decision is another blow to Samsung as it struggles with falling profitability and a trade spat with Japan.
9 Nov 2019
Samsung Electronics was upbeat on Thursday even though it reported that third-quarter operating profit more than halved due to low prices of memory chips, saying chip sales should pick up next year.
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Samsung has unveiled 'Neon', the world's first "artificial humans", at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Developed by Samsung-backed Star Labs, a virtual being, a look-alike that behaves like humans.
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For the first time ever, China's electronics giant Huawei sold more smartphones than the South Korea's Samsung in the last quarter, according to an industry tracker. Still, Huawei faces trouble on the global market.
19 Jan 2021
The prison sentence could severely complicate his succession at the consumer electronics giant. Lee Jae-yong's conviction originally dates back to 2017 and pertains to a bribe to an associate of the former president.
20 Jan 2021
The heir to the Samsung conglomerate is going back to jail and South Korea is again examining the dirty intersection of all-powerful "chaebols" and political leadership.
10 Aug 2021
South Korean authorities have said billionaire Samsung scion Lee Jae-yong will be released this week.
13 Aug 2021
The jailed de facto leader of the giant Samsung group walks free on parole Friday, the latest instance of South Korea's long tradition of freeing business leaders imprisoned for corruption or tax evasion on economic grounds.
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Germany is a car country. But times are changing. Electric vehicles are replacing gas guzzlers. Germany doesn't want to fall behind and is now investing in modern drive technology. Batteries made in Germany. Too late?
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'People' reports that Kanye West has been named as a suspect in a battery report from an alleged physical altercation in Los Angeles. According to 'People,' an LAPD source said that the alleged incident took place early on the morning of January 13.
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Former Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer and Lindsey Hill, who accused him of sexual assault, have settled their lawsuit outside of court. Hill accused Bauer of two instances of sexual assault, with the district attorney's office refusing to press criminal charges. Despite Bauer not being found guilty of the crime, MLB suspended him for 324 games and was later released by the Dodgers.
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Armenia's parliament votes to join the International Criminal Court in a move that Russia had already said would be an unfriendly step. Meanwhile, there are "surreal" scenes in the abandoned enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh.
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Nigeria's major labor unions agreed to suspend a planned nationwide strike after talks with the government. DW looks at what led up to the planned action and how the situation could play out for workers and their unions.
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Sam Bankman-Fried, also known by the initials SBF, has tumbled from crypto king to courtroom defendant. The trial of the founder of the FTX cryptocurrency exchange is due to start on Tuesday 3 October. The fraud charges against him - which he denies - stem from the November 2022 collapse of his now-bankrupt business.