The Korean company builds Android phones, but it still needs developers to make apps specific to its devices. CNET explains why.
Timed to the 25th anniversary of the hit show, Lego has unveiled its first licensed series of minifigures, 16 characters from the Simpsons. Each will cost $4, and be available in May.
Starting in August, you'll be able to watch more than 500 episodes on demand -- as long as you're already an FX subscriber.
The Woo WA-234 Mono is two amps in one, it's an astonishingly good headphone amp, and it's just as remarkable with speakers!
The Audiophiliac auditions the latest amp from the NYC-based manufacturer.
The outspoken Apple investor pitches others on his plan to set up a recurring payout called iPrefs.
After a rocky reception and several software updates, Apple's pushing video pros to use its Final Cut Pro X software.
If you like your technology to sound like a feminine hygiene product (anyone?), Fujitsu has cooked up a real treat for you.
The proposed CU-RTC-Web standard was late to the game, but Microsoft thinks it'll be faster to adopt it than to fix the prevailing WebRTC that Mozilla and Google favor. Mozilla completely disagrees.
A survey of chief information officers by Piper Jaffray points to greater adoption of the iPad and tablets in general over the coming year.