Mobile Minutes: Samsung investigation; Slow smartphone growth; Smart home from hell; Virtual reality breakthrough
South Korea investigates 9 Samsung executives on suspicion of insider trading before C&T deal
South Korean financial regulators announced Friday that they were investigating nine executives from Samsung suspected of participating in insider trading during a merger of two subsidiaries.
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Smartphone market set for slowest ever growth
The smartphone market is set for its slowest ever year of growth, according to new figures on Thursday, while overall shipments for wearable technology continues to soar.
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Multiple users, multiple systems, multiple devices: Is this the smart home from hell?
We just needed the door to lock.My colleague Megan Wollerton was out at the CNET Smart Home, about a 40-minute drive from the office where we both work.
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Penrose Studios’ Rosebud is a breakthrough for mobile virtual reality
From Sundance to your phone, San Francisco-based virtual reality storytelling startup Penrose Studios is set to make waves.
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