The Galaxy Player 3.6 costs $50 less than the Apple iPod Touch, but it's easy to see where Samsung cut corners.
Word on the street is that the send-it-and-forget-it messaging app wants to raise hundreds of millions of dollars from an Asian investor.
One of the hottest tech stocks only a couple of months ago, Apple has turned ice cold -- despite new endorsements today.
Samsung's low-cost alternative to the Apple iPod Touch has plenty going for it, but the mediocre screen quality spoils the experience.
Samsung's answer to the iPod? Two sizes of a second-generation Wi-Fi-only player that uses Bluetooth to stream your songs to other speakers.
It's just 1.5 inches thick, but 71 high; anyway you look at it, the Magnepan 3.6/R is an amazing speaker.
The MusicGremlin is a novel first effort and a boon for people who want instant access to downloadable songs, but it probably doesn't deliver enough value to attract many users.
Pricing not available
This projector's claim to fame: a dock for your iPhone, iPod, or iPad. It also sports impressively loud speakers, so it's like a go-anywhere home theater!
Corporate spending on technology goods and services will rise just 3 percent this year, says Gartner.
Automotive News reports on Shanghai Automotive putting a stop to MG production.