At the IFA show in Berlin, the electronics giant shows the fruits of its work to improve TV resolution and marry Ultra HD with the rich tones of OLED displays.
The electronics titans square off in a tangled tale of mobile technology, centered on Apple's iPhone and iPad, that delves into where one company's designs end and another's begin.
We look at the latest smartwatches and explain how they all could get better.
Digital photography is exploding, yet camera sales continue to slump. Here's a look at the current market and what should change.
After all the rumors and built-up expectations have come to fruition or not, we wonder if it was all worth it and how Samsung's newest phone might change Android.
Take your pick: the Brother MFC-J270w or Samsung ML-1865W. They're solid, compact printers built for home offices. Better yet, buy one of each.
It may be cheap, but does X10.com's 7-inch tablet live up to its billing or is it better classified as a glorified e-reader?
Smartphones are the hottest item in tech today, and patent infringement suits are breaking out all over. Here's a look at Apple's newest weapon in the war.
Patent describes how a touch screen is used to interact with contents on a display. And given Apple's recent history with patent lawsuits, it could prove to be another tool in litigation.
Apple's iPad is surpassing the laptop--in my case a MacBook Air--in usability in an increasing number of ways. And iOS 4.2 makes this argument that much easier to make.
The Samsung WEP301 is already a pretty decent deal at $23, but if you don't mind waiting 6-8 weeks, you can get 100 percent of your money back.