Samsung's next flagship “phablet” model, the Galaxy Note III, is expected to feature the first unbreakable plastic OLED display.
Samsung is projected to have raked in a whopping 8.98 billion dollars (U.S.) in operating profits for the second quarter. Samsung attributes the numbers to strong demand for their Galaxy line of smartphones.
Officials in Taiwan are looking into accusations that Samsung arranged for negative reviews to be published about rival company HTC.
Last week, Samsung introduced a superbly monolithic phablet to the market: The Galaxy Mega 6.3. This is the biggest smartphone ever, period. Is there a market for such a device? Apparently so. Are you in that market? Let’s find out by comparing the Mega 6.3 to the Samsung Galaxy S4.
Samsung has just introduced a gargantuan smartphone being called the Galaxy Mega. This model comes in a 5.8 or 6.3” display and is a direct response to consumers demanding larger and sharper looking displays, but is this just a passing fad?
With a 6.3-inch screen, it is seriously the biggest smartphone around, and a genuine representative of the “phablet” family. As it seems, Samsung won’t hesitate to test any screen-size.
Details for a new Windows 8 notebook have been leaked by Samsung. The new computer was briefly featured on Samsung's website before being pulled from the web.
Samsung has announced a Wi-Fi version of the Galaxy Camera, offering budding photographers a way to more easily share their photos and save backups.
Samsung is rumored to release the Galaxy S4 Mini in Europe in late June.
Samsung has announced its latest portable Windows 8 PC, the ATIV Smart PC Pro 700T, and a Series 9 Premium Ultrabook.
Samsung is working on a gamepad for its latest smartphones, showcasing a prototype of the design at the Galaxy S IV launch.
Blackberry fans, if you are on the Sprint network take note that Sprint will not be offering the Z10 in their lineup of Blackberry smartphones but only the Q10 model.
LG just recently acquired Hewlett Packard’s WebOS and says they will be using it in their new line of smart TVs. LG will be the second such company to try and make something consumers will like with the operating system.
Mozilla will be introducing their operating system for smart phones this July. Firefox OS equipped smartphones will be the first built entirely to open Web standards, allowing for HTML5 application development.
Much of the hype surrounding the recent rumors regarding Samsung's Galaxy S IV had the latest flagship sporting an Exynos 8-core chip along with other Samsung-specific tech, but some fresh rumors has it that the S IV may actually abandon core Samsung-developed tech in favor of components from other firms.
When it comes to complex business relationships, there are no better poster children than Apple and Samsung. Now Samsung wants to up the ante in their ongoing rivalry with a massive building expansion right in Apple's Silicon Valley backyard.
Samsung will announce a new service called TV Discovery at this year's Mobile World Congress, making it easier and faster to find content on smartphones and smart TVs.
LG just revealed the new design of their 5.5” smartphone called the Optimus G Pro. This new model will come with a quad-core processor and a full HD curved display that will offer a “2.5D-ish" view of objects on the screen.
The smartphone market might be booming, but overall mobile phone sales across the world were down 1.7 percent in 2012 as demand for feature phones continues to weaken, according to market research firm Gartner.
Samsung has launched its latest Smart Camera 2.0 line-up with the WB250F and DV150F, both of which offer Wi-Fi photo backup and sharing, along with a number of other “smart” features.