Samsung's one-two, bad-news punch this week could have a lasting impact on its TV business. Also, new hardware from Nintendo 3DS and from our future robot overlords. All that and more in your look back at the week in tech.
Boston Dynamics' humanoid Atlas robot has been programmed to perform the iconic 'Karate Kid' crane kick on a tower of cinder blocks.
Before resigning as CEO, the Apple co-founder told key employees that he didn't think Apple should get into the business because of its poor margins, according to a new book.
We take a closer look at Bridgestone's Ecopia EP500 tires for the 2015 BMW i3 electric car.
Technically Incorrect: Louis C.K. says he left Twitter because he regretted everything he posted on it and it made him feel bad.
Technically Incorrect: A prankster troupe invades an Apple store, masquerading as employees. What results is instructive.
Technically Incorrect: T-Mobile's CEO is staying at a Trump property and tweets he isn't happy. Trump retorts that Verizon has the best service. Legere announces he's checking out. Oh, my.
Make beautiful music with Moog's pitch-corrected Theremini, a theremin that helps you learn without sounding like an angry cat.
Technically Incorrect: Stress tests on the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge show that it not only bends, but the glass shatters too. Does it matter?
Cisco, Google, and Apple are among the companies singled out in state-run media reports that suggest China reduce its reliance on their products. Cisco's routers in particular could take a hit.