Shin-Etsu Chemical plans to begin mass production, in three to four years, of material that would enable one-week battery life.
Shin appears undeterred in unveiling new products at IFA, despite his company's recent trial loss to Apple. "Regardless of any hindrance, Samsung will continue to provide outstanding, innovative and unique products," he said.
The search giant's executive chairman is to be part of a delegation flying to North Korea. Might he get to meet the supreme Kim Jong-Un? What would they talk about?
Watch the Supreme Leader soar. Watch the Supreme Leader score. On his team, Dennis Rodman. Their opponents' team name? The "Pathetic Americans."
North Korea's "supreme leader" is reportedly in possession of a smartphone. And reports from South Korea suggest that possession of an iPhone or Samsung device would provide "extra burdens."
Somehow, China's People's Daily believes that the round-faced cherub who runs North Korea really is the sexiest man in the world. It dedicates 55 pages of photos to the achievement.
Judge Lucy Koh has denied Apple's renewed request for a permanent ban of 23 Samsung smartphones and tablets.
It looks like we may well have another California trial between the two mobile-gadget giants, as efforts to reach a deal fall flat.
That's the word from Samsung Mobile's co-CEO Shin Jong-kyun, who also said the company plans to compete hard with Apple in China and Japan.
As the ITC gets ready to review an earlier decision siding with Apple, Samsung's mobile boss works the refs in impromptu comments to reporters.