SEOUL (Reuters) - Overtaking Apple Inc as the world's leading maker of smartphones has stretched Samsung Electronics Co's in-house supply lines, and the South Korean firm is now courting some of its rival's main parts suppliers. Full story
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A commercial for Microsoft's Windows phone mocks the smartphone war between Apple and Samsung. Jonathan Geller, BGR and Sascha Sagan, PC Magazine Mobile, discuss whether this will work for Microsoft sales, whether tablets might be obsolete in 5 years, ...
Long-time Apple fan Brian Marshall, ISI Group analyst, explains why he changed his mind and did not buy Samsung's Galaxy S4 this weekend.
The big box store is giving tours of Samsung's new store-within-a-store, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan.
With the release of Samsung's flagship smartphone, the Korean tech giant delivers a very solid device whose biggest shortcoming might be the sheer number of features that have been tacked on.
Keith Bachman, BMO Capital Markets analyst, explains why he thinks Samsung will likely outgrow Apple in the smartphone market this year.
A man walks past a logo of Celltrion Inc in front of the plant in Incheon, west of Seoul April 26, 2013. Celltrion Inc founder's offer to sell the controlling ownership of the $3 billion firm has opened the door for big pharmas and new entrants like Samsung to easily crack into the market for copies
A member of the audience takes a photograph using their Samsung smartphone of Scottish actor Ewan McGregor during a promotional launch in Sydney May 1, 2013. McGregor is in Sydney to promote the launch of the South Korean electronics company LG's new high-definition televisions. REUTERS/David Gray
A Samsung outdoor advertisement sits atop an office building in Seoul, in this April 5, 2013 file photo. Korea Inc., like Japan 20 years ago, is hollowing out. Exporters like Samsung Electronics are shifting more and more production offshore, changing the shape of Korea's economy and the role it pla
Visitors talk in front of accessories for Samsung smartphones at the company's headquarters in Seoul in this April 25, 2013 file photo. Korea Inc., like Japan 20 years ago, is hollowing out. Exporters like Samsung Electronics are shifting more and more production offshore, changing the shape of Kore