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Samsung Accused Of Using Recycled AMOLED Panels, Company Shuts Rumors Down

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As Samsung is currently working hard to maintain its position on the market and restabilize its profits, a new rumor seems to have been making the rounds on various social networking sites, suggesting that the Korean tech giant has been using “recycled AMOLED display panels” for the production of its smartphones. These claims have apparently been accompanied by pictures and …

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Foxconn’s Automation Program Disappoints As The Foxbots Are Not Accurate Enough

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Back in 2011, Foxconn’s CEO (Terry Gou) revealed that the┬ácompany plans to automate its production line by year 2014, by “employing” one million robots which we all came to refer to as “Foxbots”. While Foxconn made some progress in this area, and although Foxbots have been used in the company’s production line ever since June, the first generation of robots …

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Snapdragon 810 Issues Might Lead To Samsung Galaxy S6 and LG G4 Getting Delayed

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Some of the most anticipated flagship phones of 2015 are expected to make use of Qualcomm’s upcoming beast of a SoC, dubbed the Snapdragon 810. Companies like Samsung and LG rely heavily on the chipmaker’s application processors and the Snapdragon 810 in particular should become Samsung Galaxy S6 and LG G4’s power plant. However, a rather worrying report from Korea …

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Rumor: 2015 iPhone Lineup To Include A 4-inch Model?

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After many years of holding on to the idea that smaller screen smartphones make more sense to the user than larger ones, this year, Apple made the bold choice of launching a 4.7-inch iPhone alongside an even larger 5.5-inch phablet. Nevertheless, the company’s “one-hand use” philosophy can still be seen on the latest iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, via the …

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LG’s First AP (NUCLUN) Turns Out To Be A Fiasco

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After roughly two years of work and over $US 179 million invested, LG’s first application processor, dubbed “NUCLUN”, finally made it on the consumer market more than a month ago, inside the LG G3 Screen. Unfortunately, it seems that LG’s efforts have not paid off, as the G3 Screen is selling very poorly. Reportedly, the reason why the LG G3 …

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Samsung Designed Mobile GPU To Debut In Mid 2015?

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As some of our readers might recall, last year, during the Analyst Day conference Samsung revealed that it’s planning on developing a new application processor featuring Sammy’s own 64-bit CPU cores, replacing ARM’s Cortex architecture which is currently used in the company’s Exynos chips. Up until recently we haven’t heard much about Samsung’s progress in this area, but in September …