Samsung opened its doors to offer a look at the company's past, present and future activities, complete with demos and cutting edge 10nm FinFET wafers.
Samsung to start production of DRAM and processors in its new $14 billion South Korean chip plant in the first half of 2017.
Samsung announced its next-generation microSD and SD cards, including the PRO series that can now record 4K UHD video in real-time, and the EVO series which goes up to 128 GB in size.
Samsung announced a 128 GB storage module based on the next-generation mobile storage technology called UFS, or Universal Flash Storage, version 2.0.
Samsung is gearing up to develop its own electric car, following rumors that Apple was building one.
Samsung and Google will both try to enter the mobile payments market to compete against Apple Pay. Which one will win?
Samsung announced that it has begun the mass production of chips on its next-generation 14nm FinFET process.
Samsung is working on single-chip solutions that come with integrated modems. This could help the company reduce its reliance on Qualcomm even further.
A job description on Linkedin shows the existence of the Exynos 7890 and Exynos 7650 chips from Samsung.
Microsoft and Samsung announced that they had settled their legal difficulties, which began last year when Microsoft filed a lawsuit against Samsung for refusing to pay royalties.