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The Galaxy S5 launched today in Korea, even if Samsung didn’t want it to launch

In a strange turn of events, the Galaxy S5 went on sale today in South Korea, despite Samsung’s explicit demand that carriers wait for the official release.<p>Samsung has staged a worldwide rollout for its new flagship, which is set to ship in 150 countries on April 11. But South Korea’s telecom …

Mobile

Samsung Galaxy Ace Style unveiled in Germany

Without issuing the official press release, Samsung has started showcasing Galaxy Ace Style in Germany. This, rather insignificant device, will find …

Samsung still makes Windows Phones: ATIV SE up for pre-order at Verizon

With Windows Phone 8.1 now free, we may start seeing more announcements like this: Verizon's just put the Samsung ATIV SE handset up for pre-order. As we saw in an earlier leak, it's essentially a high-spec Galaxy S4 with Windows Phone 8 (not 8.1) instead of Android. Though that's been superceded …

Samsung Galaxy S5 on sale early, Gear 2 Neo and Fit too

Rogue retailers are defying the Samsung Galaxy S5's release date, while the Gear Fit and Gear 2 Neo are on sale in Europe.<p>It begins... After a South Korean phone network defied Samsung and started selling the Galaxy S5 early, rogue retailers in the US are risking the wrath of Samsung and following …

Electronics Industry

Samsung Rolls Out Smart Home Service In Korea and US

Samsung took the wraps off its Smart Home service at CES in January this year, and today it is rolling out the service in Korea and the US. More countries will be added throughout the year.<p>Samsung Smart Home ties together smart TVs and home appliances to a smartphone so you can control devices …

Apple so rattled by ‘Next Big Thing’ ads, it almost changed ad agency, claims Samsung

Apple senior VP of marketing Phil Schiller was so concerned about Samsung’s <i>Next Big Thing</i> ad campaign, in which the company poked fun at Apple customers, that he emailed Tim Cook to suggest a change of ad agency to fight back – according to a claim by Samsung lawyer Jon Quinn.<p><i>The Verge</i> reports that …