The Korean electronics maker, best known for TVs and mobile devices, also makes the processors powering those devices. Here's why it's now angling to be first with new chip technology.
On today's show, we discuss why tiny thrusters could be a big deal for satellites, how a group of Netflix employees got the service to work on an NES console and how future fashion might work via "rapid prototyping."
An Italian manufacturer is touting its "rapid prototyping" process, which may make it faster than ever for designers to create new looks and products. Based on the colorful samples, though, we think futuristic haute couture is still too weird for most shoppers.
StoreDot's sci-fi battery tech -- which charges a phone completely in mere moments -- should pop up in a smartphone before the year's out. And electric cars could be next.
As the ride-sharing service could face investigations from antitrust regulators for its shady recruiting tactics, it moves into 24 more cities.
XCAR spent some time with the Aston Martin Rapide S, to find out whether adding more doors to an Aston ruined a good thing.
The European Commission opens a legal case that could change how Google search works -- and impose a massive fine. It also begins an inquiry about Android.
Copycats of popular apps are the current place of choice for cybercriminals to deposit malware capable of extracting data, sending text messages, and tracking users' geo-locations.
Rumored handset will reportedly deliver downloads speeds of up to 225Mbps, three times faster than conventional LTE.
It's a stunner of a car that happens to seat four, though its beautiful interior is in dire need of a high-tech makeover.