Vote for your favourite gadget of CES 2013 and check out Samsung's flexible screen tech and mammoth 4K TV.
CNET gets an up-close look at Samsung's Youm flexible-display technology, headed to smartphones and tablets in the future.
The technology, Samsung says during a CES keynote speech, will let the company's partners make bendable, rollable, and foldable displays. Microsoft joins in the demo fun.
Don't confuse it with the Galaxy Round. The new displays will angle from the front around to the side of the upcoming smartphones.
Electronics giant envisions the technology being used in a variety of devices, such as an e-reader, a camera, and a video chat system.
The Korean electronics giant will show off its latest devices, including new TVs, home appliances, cameras, and computers. CNET will be there to bring you live news and commentary.
Insider reports suggest Samsung has plans for a three-sided smart phone next year, using Youm curved-screen technology.
A future Samsung Galaxy smartphone will be released with a flexible display that wraps around its outer edges, showing information on the phone's bezel.
A Galaxy smartphone with a three-sided display could reach the consumer market in 2014, says Bloomberg.
What do Samsung and LG mean when they talk about flexible displays, and how is that different from a bendable phone? CNET breaks it down.