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According to Samsung, smartphones and tablets based on Windows 8, Windows RT, and Windows Phone 8 are seeing a 'lackluster demand.' Instead of these two operating systems from Microsoft, the company actually sees interest in Google's Android platform.
According to Jun Dong-Soo, President of the Memory Business of Samsung Electronics' Device Solutions, the launch of Windows 8 has failed to bolster demand for PCs. He says that he does not expect the PC industry to rebound soon.
Look's like Microsoft wants to take on RIM's BlackBerry head-on in the enterprise market by partnering with Samsung to release Windows Phones for enterprise/business users. Microsoft is planning on pitching ideas to Samsung once the company is ready.
In an email to consumers, Verizon has announced the availability of the new Samsung ATIV Odyssey smartphone powered by Windows Phone 8. The Samsung ATIV Odyssey will be available online and in stores starting Thursday January 24th for $49.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate and new...
With Samsung’s decision to cancel production of Windows RT tablets for the US market, one has to wonder what the future looks like for Windows RT in general, and for the Surface RT tablet in particular.
Mike Abary, the head of Samsung's PC and tablet business in the U.S., has made it known that Samsung has no plans on releasing a Windows RT device in the United States due to Windows RT not having a strong enough demand nor do consumers know exactly what Windows RT consists...
Samsung's just announced the first Windows Phone 8 device ever, and it's a doozy. The phone is jam packed with cool features and a large screen. Best of all, it comes with NFC support. Jump past the break for specs and a picture.
Sick and tired of not having the Start Menu in Microsoft's upcoming Windows 8 operating system? Well now you can relax (somewhat) because Samsung is creating a desktop widget that acts like the old start button and its called "S-Launcher."
In a new video posted on YouTube by Samsung, we get a glimpse at what appears to be a new Windows 8 notebook by the company. The notebook features a thin-profile keyboard panel and nice dark bezel. Samsung claims "something smart is coming" with this notebook.
Looks like Samsung is jumping aboard the Windows RT bandwagon as a new report suggests that Samsung is planning on releasing a Windows RT-based tablet around October of this year, which is when the general availability of Windows 8 will take place.