CNET sits down in Korea with Boo-keun Yoon, Samsung's consumer electronics chief, to talk about what it's doing with smart TVs and washing machines -- and why the hesitancy toward new display tech.
Boo-Keun Yoon, co-CEO of Samsung and head of the consumer electronics business, tells a German publication that the company is working on televisions running the open source operating system.
Yoon Boo Keun, president of Samsung's TV division, tells reporters to expect a Google TV-based device at an event next year that's not CES.
The consumer electronics giant is partnering with Michelin-starred chefs on creating new kitchen appliances.
Samsung has announced both a range of appliances and a Smart Home platform that allows users to remotely control their home electronics through a mobile Samsung device.
Huge launches are expected from Samsung, Sony and others as the German show sets the tech agenda for the rest of the year.
The chiefs of the company's mobile and TV divisions will help the existing CEO steer the South Korean electronics giant.
The Korean electronics giant hosts an event in its new offices in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood to officially launch its outreach to startups in the city.
CNET's Shara Tibken travels to Korea and finds some far-ranging element of the big Samsung Group just about everywhere she turns.
Launching Tizen on Samsung's newest smartwatch could help the company avoid the app and carrier problems that often plague new operating systems.