Samsung said it had started construction on a chip-making facility in Pyeongtaek, south of Seoul, dedicated to its made-to-order foundry business. Photograph: iStock

Samsung Electronics has begun building a cutting-edge chip production line intended to help it take on Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing in the busin(...)

The ‘Fearless Girl’ statue outside the New York Stock Exchange: Wall Street equities rose on Wednesday. Photograph: Johannes Eisele / AFP.

US stocks jumped to seven-week highs on Wednesday after Gilead Sciences gave an encouraging update on a potential Covid-19 treatment, while upbeat ear(...)

A woman uses a phone near the Samsung Electronics gallery at the Samsung  headquarters in Seoul, South Korea. Photograph: Jeon Heon-Kyun/EPA

Samsung Electronics warned earnings may decline this quarter after the coronavirus outbreak hurt demand globally for smartphones and gadgets, wiping (...)

Stock markets were in decline again on Wednesday. Photograph: iStock

European shares closed down more than 3 per cent and Wall Street stocks recoiled from four-week highs on Wednesday amid dire forecasts for the worst e(...)

A deserted Wuhan in China, where the coronavirus was first identified.

Global equity markets fell heavily and oil prices slumped after China warned the spread of the deadly coronavirus would accelerate, highlighting conce(...)

Samsung Electronics has projected a fifth straight quarterly decline in profit but that guidance was better than expectations, with analysts forecasti(...)

Each simulated human – which would exist only on screens, not in the real world – would be called Neon.

Samsung Electronics’ experimental research arm has brought to CES 2020 a demonstration of what it calls the world’s first artificial human, a virtual (...)

Samsung Electronics board chairman Lee Sang-hoon was was sentenced to 18 months in jail on Tuesday. Photograph:    Seong Joon Cho/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Samsung Electronics board chairman Lee Sang-hoon was sentenced to 1½ years in jail on Tuesday for sabotaging legitimate union activities, a South Kore(...)

Photograph: Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg

Google owner Alphabet has made an offer to acquire US wearable device maker Fitbit, as it eyes a slice of the crowded market for fitness trackers and (...)

This is not the first time Samsung’s flagship mobile devices have been caught up in a significant technological problem.

Samsung Electronics said it will issue a software update early next week to address a major security vulnerability that’s emerged on the company’s fla(...)

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