Sammy Screamer is a little motion-sensitive attachment that alerts you via smartphone when your stuff gets moved.
Leaked from today's episode: recruiting gamers as volunteers during real-life disasters, Spike Jonze's new movie about a sentient operating system, getting pissed at Shark Week mockumentaries, and an app that puts you in touch with the dead.
A "lite" Note 3 could be on its way, and Samsung doesn't care that it has a million phones on store shelves, all competing with each other. Also, YouTube makes a pass with subscription-based "Music Pass."
The company plans to move from curved to bendable displays and eventually to ones that can be folded.
Samsung's not giving up on Windows Phone, with a new mobile boasting Full HD resolution showing up in a Bluetooth certification document.
Judge Lucy Koh is desperate for her jury to rise above the sheer complications of the Apple-Samsung trial. For it to do so, perhaps the jury will go back to its high school experiences.
BlackBerry's venerable messaging platform to hit Samsung's devices.
The device is a watered down Galaxy S3 that will likely never make its way to the U.S.
Samsung's follow-up to the massive Note 2 may happen by September.