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Samsung unveils Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge


High-end metal cased smarthpones to go on sale from April 10 in 20 countries as manufacturer also announces Samsung Pay

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Samsung to unpack its new flagship smartphone Galaxy S6


Manufacturer will take the wraps off the much-anticipated Galaxy S6, and could spring a surprise with the Galaxy Note 6 Edge

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Ingram Micro Mobility hosts Winter Reseller Forum


Keynote speech from BlackBerry director of enterprise (UK and Ireland) Mike Gibson with more than 18 vendors exhibiting

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O2 appoints Simon Stanford as new head of enterprise


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Samsung Galaxy A3 and A5 to hit the UK on February 12


Manufacturer’s slimmest smartphones to date, the first in its new A-Series range, will be available in retailers and networks including Carphone Warehouse, EE and O2

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Samsung UK purge gathers momentum


UK sales director Andrew Glass is the latest departure in senior exodus from the manufacturer 

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Samsung slams reports linking it to $7.5bn BlackBerry purchase


Manufacturer labels media reports “groundless” after Reuters article claims executives from both firms met last week to discuss a potential deal 

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Samsung picks up 80 awards at CES


List of prizes include eight within the mobile phone, tablet and wearable technology categories at the annual electronics trade event  

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Samsung expects Q4 operating profit to fall by third


Fourth quarter earnings expectations would mean a first annual fall in profits in three years
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2014: Year in Review – Q4


he last 12 months have seen some tectonic shifts not least with the disappearance of Phones 4u and Nokia (in handsets) from the mobile landscape and the formation of the new retail superpower we now know as Dixons Carphone. If you were on a long holiday, this is how Q4 panned out Read the full story

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