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Samsung: #TheOnlyWayToKnow - Lillehammer 2016 Youth Olympic Games
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Samsung: #TheOnlyWayToKnow - Lillehammer 2016 Youth Olympic Games

Editor's Pick Although it's an electronics brand, Samsung, with the help of its European agency 72andSunny Amsterdam, has joined the ranks of major athletics advertisers (and beer ) in turning out inspirational sports-themed ads. Notably, there ... Advertising Age, 2 days ago
Samsung SM951-NVMe RAID Review Tom's Hardware, 7 hours ago
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Phones Review

Samsung Galaxy S6 price lowers ahead of S7 launch

There are some people who would never buy anything but a brand new smartphone. However, shrewder purchasers are well aware that prices will go down the longer you wait. Anticipation is building nicely for the expected unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy ...
 Phones Review2 days ago Android N hinted to appear in Samsung Galaxy S7; No Android-Chrome OS merging in next Google OS?  Lawyer Herald7 hours ago Samsung Galaxy S7: Here's what we know so far  Malaysia Hardware Zone11 hours ago A free Samsung VR headset to come with each Galaxy S7 pre-order  GSMArena.com1 hour ago
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Apple iPhone Still America's Favorite; Samsung Lags Slightly Behind

With a 40% market share in 2015, Apple Inc. ( NASDAQ:AAPL ) remains the dominant smartphone brand in the United States. However, the research by Parks Associates suggests that the lead is not significant. The report claims that up to 86% US ...
 Bidness Etc3 hours ago Apple Holds On as Dominant U.S. Smartphone Brand in 2015  Wireless Week4 hours ago Chinese smartphone brands numerous but sell poorly in Vietnam  VietNamNet Bridge14 hours ago Apple Leads Smartphone Brands in US and China  Cellular-News1 week ago
Trak.in

Samsung leading mobile handset market in India: Report

With 36 percent market share, Korean electronics giant Samsung leads the pack of top mobile handset brands in India, a market survey has found.Micromax, with 22.5 percent share, is second in the segment, according to a qualitative survey done by Android ...
 Prokerala2 months ago Mobile Phone Landscape in India: 163 Brands Launched Whopping 1622 New Phones in 2015  Trak.in1 day ago dropping Motorola branding  TalkAndroid.com1 week ago RIP 2G! Samsung, Micromax, Intex To Exit 2G Handset Market As Demand Shifts To 3G and 4G  Trak.in2 months ago
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P4 offers Honor 7, Samsung Galaxy A3, A5

Polish mobile operator P4, trading under the brand Play, is offering the Honor 7 smartphone. The price ranges from PLN 1 to PLN 1,379, depending on the tariff. With Play on Card, the model costs PLN 1,699 and the full price without any promotion is ...
 Telecompaper1 week ago P4 introduces LG K10 smartphone  Telecompaper1 day ago
IT Web

Review: Samsung Galaxy Gear S2: good enough?

The smartwatch industry is going through a rough time. Although small brands like Pebble are successful in their own way, bigger players like Samsung are still struggling. Will the new Gear S2 be its much-desired breakthrough product? Not many ...
 IT Web2 days ago
Business Insider India

Samsung to soon apply for single-brand retail licence in India

If reports are to be believed, Samsung might soon be joining Apple in applying for a single brand retail licence in India. The South Korean electronics giant, headquartered in Samsung Town, Seoul, is looking forward to strengthen its presence in a ...
 Business Insider India1 week ago Samsung may queue up behind Apple for single-brand retail licence in India  Economic Times1 week ago Samsung may follow Apple for single-brand retail licence in India  Times of India1 week ago Samsung may line up behind Apple for single-brand retail permit in India  International Supermarket News1 week ago
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Branded Samsung shop revenues lifts 35% in Russia in 2015

The Russian branch of Samsung Electronics reported said revenues at its branded retail outlets grew by 35 percent in 2015, as calculated in local currency, reports Cnews.ru. Sales per square-metre of the retail outlets jumped by 40 percent. About 7 ...
 Telecompaper6 days ago ​Somewhat unsurprisingly, Apple wears Samsung down in smart watch market  ARN2 days ago IDC: Samsung retains leadership in smartphone shipments for both Q4 and 2015  Equilibrio Informativo1 week ago Apple Watch best selling smart watch at QuickMobile in 2015  Telecompaper8 hours ago

Samsung and Oppo likely to approach DIPP for single-brand retail licence

Thursday, 04 February 2016 Handset vendors Samsung and Oppo are reportedly planning to seek permission from the Department of Industrial Promotion and Policy (DIPP) for opening their single-brand retail stores in India. This comes after Gionee ...
 Tele.net.in1 week ago

Google's search biz chief to leave | Samsung may queue up for single-brand retail license

Google parent Alphabet Inc said Amit Singhal, the longtime chief of its Internet search business, will leave the company and be replaced by the head of the technology giant's artificial intelligence business. John Giannandrea, currently a vice ...
 Economic Times1 week ago
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