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The Next Web: New exploit could give Android malware apps access to user data on Samsung GS III, other devices


The brilliant minds at XDA Developers have done it again; this time, a user by the name of alephzain claims to have discovered a vulnerability in multiple Samsung devices that gives access to all physical memory.

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The Korea Herald: Samsung tablet market share doubles in Q3


Samsung Electronics Co. saw its market share in the tablet PC market nearly double in the third quarter from three months earlier as it moved to catch up with rival Apple Inc., data showed Sunday.

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EE|Times: Samsung expands Austin fab


Samsung is investing another $4 billion at its Austin, Texas, site to expand production of mobile application processors beginning the second half of 2013. The remodeled facility will produce mobile application processors on 300-mm wafers at the 28-nm process node. The boost in production will occur during the second half of 2013 and is expected […]

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Regarding recent allegations that HTNS Shenzhen hired an underage worker in China


Ninety percent of Samsung's parts are supplied in-house by our own manufacturing facilities and Samsung offers world-class working conditions throughout its global network of such in-house manufacturing facilities, complying with international labor standards in all regions in which we operate.

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NDTV Gadgets: South Korea says Samsung chip plant caused cancer


A South Korean government agency said Friday that working at a Samsung Electronics factory caused the breast cancer of a worker who died earlier this year, only the second time it has recognized a link between cancer and Samsung's chip plants. The Korea Workers' Compensation and Welfare Service, which is part of the labor ministry, […]

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FOSS PATENTS: Judge Koh declines to rule on Apple's FRAND defenses against Samsung for lack of a need


Judge Lucy Koh, the federal judge presiding over two Apple v. Samsung lawsuits in the Northern District of California, has just issued her first ruling on issues raised at the post-trial hearing held a week ago (on December 6, 2012). It isn't even a ruling in a narrow sense: the order just explains that the court […]

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Android Authority: Samsung files another patent lawsuit against LG


If you’re not already sick of the never-ending smartphone patent wars then here’s some more lawsuit shenanigans for you to sink your teeth in to.

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The Korea Times: Samsung to reduce investment in LCD


Samsung Electronics is moving to reduce investment in its liquid crystal display (LCD) unit as the firm has shifted the focus of its screen business to organic light-emitting diode (OLED) and plastic-based flexible displays. The move comes as the world’s biggest flat-screen manufacturer has realigned its business as the conventional global LCD industry is still […]

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