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  • Samsung launches new tablets in flagship phone hiatus

    Samsung Electronics launched two new tablets on Sunday, marking its first major announcement since being forced to withdraw the flagship Galaxy Note 7 smartphone after some of the devices caught fire...

    The Galaxy Tab S3 and the Galaxy Book were presented at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, in past years the scene of major Samsung launches...

  • Pak Suzuki to replace Mehran with 660cc Alto

    KARACHI: Pak Suzuki has announced its plans to start local production of Suzuki Alto 660cc by 2018 to replace its iconic Mehran 800cc...

    Based on feedback, the company would consider assembling these vehicles in Pakistan, sources added...

  • Alto 660cc launched

    ISLAMABAD: Pak Suz­uki Motor Company on Satu­rday unveiled Alto 660cc, the replacement of Mehran...

    The new Alto 660cc will replace Mehran, which was known as the cheapest locally manufactured car in Pakistan for 30 years as the first model of Mehran was launched in 1989, incidentally that too was named ‘Alto’ by the company...

  • Khyber residents get water purification tablets

    LANDI KOTAL: The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf, Khyber chapter, on Monday distributed seven million water purification tablets to the residents of Landi Kotal here...

    PTI local leader Shahid Khan Shinwari distributed the tablets among representatives of different tribes during a ceremony held at the local press club...

  • Nokia to make mobile, tablets comeback

    HELSINKI: Nokia, once the world’s top mobile phone maker, on Wednesday announced its return to the fiercely competitive handsets and tablets market years after being crushed there by Samsung and Apple...

    Nokia, which is now a leading telecom equipment maker, said it would license its brand to a new Finnish company which will produce phones and tablets under the Nokia name...

  • Roman writing tablets reveal early London life

    MORE than 400 Roman writing tablets have been unearthed in the heart of London, shedding light on the commerce-driven life in what would become the city of London, archaeologists said on Wednesday...

    The wooden tablets contain the earliest surviving written reference to London, and the earliest dated handwritten document from Britain: Jan 8, AD57 — less than 14 years after the Roman invasion...

  • UAE airline to lend tablets to work around ban

    NEW YORK: The Etihad Airways has come up with a novel idea to work around the bar placed by the Trump administration on carrying of electronic devices like smartphones and tablets on US-bound flights from 10 airports in the Middle East and North Africa...

    It has decided to lend tablets to the first and business class passengers for use during its flights...

  • Huawei to install Russian OS on tablets

    MOSCOW: China’s Huawei has begun talks with Russia about installing Russian operating system (OS) Aurora on 360,000 of its tablets to conduct Russia’s population census next year, two sources told Reuters...

    Russia is discussing the use of Aurora OS on 360,000 Huawei tablets by August 2020...

  • Samsung, Apple keep top market share

    WASHINGTON: Samsung and Apple maintained their leadership in the smartphone market in early 2017 while Chinese-based Huawei’s strong growth cemented its number three position, a market tracker said Thursday...

    ”Reith said the 2017 market will feel the impact of the new Samsung Galaxy S8 flagship handset, and a widely expected announcement from Apple for its new iPhone later this year...

  • Crisis-hit Samsung pulls plug on troubled device

    SEOUL: Samsung on Tuesday pulled the final plug on its troubled Galaxy Note 7 smartphone, permanently discontinuing production of the flagship device that has been mired in a disastrous recall over exploding batteries...

    The move sent Samsung’s share price into a steep dive and, once the markets had closed, the company announced it was scrapping the model entirely...

  • Samsung Electronics CEO resigns, even as record profits expected

    The CEO of Samsung Electronics Kwon Oh-Hyun resigned Friday, saying the South Korean tech giant was facing an “unprecedented crisis”, even as it expected profits to hit an all-time high in the third quarter...

    Kwon's resignation comes as the company struggles to overcome a bribery scandal that sent Lee Jae-Yong, its de-facto head and heir to the Samsung empire, to jail...

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