(AP)—LG Electronics Inc. said Monday its new smartphone with a full high-definition screen will go on sale in South Korea this week before hitting shelves in Japan in April.
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The launch of the iPhone 5 and the declining popularity of non-smartphones have made Apple the biggest seller of phones in the U.S. for the first time, research firm Strategy Analytics said Friday.
Appliances are becoming part of the family, weighing in with insights while helping with chores from cooking to doing laundry.
Its products may not, as one British judge put it, be as "cool" as bitter rival Apple's, but Samsung Electronics is speeding away from the iconic iPhone maker in the race for the global smartphone market.
Nokia Corp. says it has settled all pending patent litigation with HTC.
For Samsung Electronics and its 270,000 employees across the globe, 2013 was the best year.
LG will bring the software that once powered Palm's smartphones to the majority of its Internet-connected TVs this year, the company said Monday.
South Korea's LG Display said on Friday it had asked a Seoul court to ban the domestic sale of Samsung's Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet computer, citing alleged patent infringements.
The elder brother of South Korea's richest man, Samsung Electronics chairman Lee Kun-Hee, lost his court appeal Thursday for an $850 million share of his sibling's inherited wealth.