Two Samsung phones 'catch fire' in China

Sep 19, 2016

Two Samsung phones 'catch fire' in China

Two Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones reportedly have caught fire in China, in potentially the first such incidents in the world’s largest smartphone market. Samsung Electronics said it was investigating one of the reported cases. The South Korean firm had earlier said Galaxy Note ...

Samsung shares tumble on Note 7 fire warnings

Sep 12, 2016

Samsung shares tumble on Note 7 fire warnings

Samsung Electronics Co. has lost $22 billion in market value over two days as investors factor in a bigger hit to its bottom line from the widening bans and warnings issued over its Note 7 smartphones. Shares have plunged 11 percent since Friday, the ...

May 6, 2016

Sony, Samsung named in U.S. patent-infringement probe

The U.S. International Trade Commission said Thursday it will investigate 18 electronics makers, including Japan’s Sony Corp. and South Korea’s Samsung Electronics Co., over alleged patent infringements related to portable electronic devices, such as smartphones. The investigation is based on a complaint filed in ...

Feb 27, 2016

Samsung wins appeal in Apple patent case in U.S.

A U.S. appeals court on Friday handed Samsung a win over Apple in a long-running patent fight, overriding a jury verdict ordering it to pay $119.6 million to the iPhone maker. The court ruled that two Apple patents at issue were not valid, according ...

Mixed ruling partially favors Apple in Samsung patent case

May 19, 2015

Mixed ruling partially favors Apple in Samsung patent case

Apple Inc was handed a mixed ruling by a U.S. appeals court in the latest twist in a blockbuster intellectual property battle with Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., as a prior patent infringement verdict was upheld but a trademark finding that the iPhone’s appearance could ...

BlackBerry uses IBM software to make Samsung tablets spy-proof

Mar 16, 2015

BlackBerry uses IBM software to make Samsung tablets spy-proof

BlackBerry Ltd. introduced a tablet computer aimed at government and corporate customers that it says can let users access consumer applications such as YouTube and WhatsApp while keeping confidential work-related information away from spies and crooks. The SecuTABLET, shown at the CeBIT conference in ...