Samsung may be preparing to re-launch the Galaxy Fold at the tail end of June. Turning the device around in just two months would be an impressively quick fix, if the issues are truly resolved.
Samsung held its foundry forum event and detailed upcoming process nodes and improvements, including new nanosheet GAAFETs arriving for the 3nm node.
Ookla has published a new 5G map for the entire planet, allowing you to see which areas have coverage and which do not. Right now, in the US at least, almost everyone is in the “do not” column.
Foldable screen technology might be unproven in smartphones, but that hasn’t stopped companies from integrating them into even larger products.
Significant tariffs will go into effect at 12:01 AM Friday morning, and the markets have been jittery about the issue all week. So what happens next?
Intel has announced that it intends to have 7nm in market by 2021 — and it’ll lead on that node with a GPU, not the CPU architectures it has traditionally used.
Samsung, Huawei, Motorola, and now Google are all confirmed to be in one stage or another of trying to bring foldable phones to market. It’s all aboard the Bad Idea Bandwagon!
An email sent to pre-order holders says that Samsung is still “enhancing” the Galaxy Fold after multiple review units failed in a matter of days. Perhaps most telling, the email update requires customers to opt-in to keep their pre-orders. Anyone who doesn’t confirm will have their order canceled at the end of the month.
Semiconductor sales slumped hard in Q1 2019. The decline from Q4 2018-Q1 2019 is the fourth-largest in 35 years, which doesn’t say great things about the rest of the year.
Samsung may have an antennagate issue of its own with the Galaxy Tab S5e. The device loses substantial signal strength when held in certain orientations.