Would you find a need for a tablet if your phone was almost as big as one?
Samsung's beefing up its patent pile with the acquisition of British chip firm CSR's mobile connectivity and location technology business.
During the second quarter of 2012, it's believed Samsung sold more than 6.5 million Galaxy S III phones.
Even as Google's new Jelly Bean update begins to steal the headlines, Ice Cream Sandwich upgrades are still pouring through.
It's not often that a manufacturer breathes a sign of relief on being told its products are uncool. But that's what happened to Samsung yesterday in the UK.
Although Microsoft's Surface launch may have prompted a number of vendors to ditch plans for RT-based devices, Samsung is reportedly still eyeing an October launch date for an ARM-powered Windows 8 tablet.
Apple’s next-gen iPhone may be powered by a quad-core ARM chip built around Samsung’s Exynos 4 architecture.
For Samsung, things are not looking too good right now.
Apple's succeeded in persuading a US judge to ban imports and sales of Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.21 tablet, in the latest stage of the long-running patent dispute between the two companies.
So how successful has Samsung's newest Android phone been?
The T-Mobile version of Samsung's Galaxy S III will be the most expensive in the US.
Samsung's slate of tablets are about to bet upgraded.
Smartphone shipments increased 41% year-over-year to 144.6 million as of the quarter ending March 2012.
Samsung's hoping to give near field communication (NFC) a whole new set of applications by offering what it calls TecTiles alongside the Galaxy S III.
Samsung's newest phone may have generated a lot of buzz, but it doesn't win this latest test.
The Galaxy S III will go against the traditional mobile mold and soon be available on every major carrier in the US.
The Samsung equivalent of Siri is spreading throughout the entire Android community.
We’ve known since CES that Samsung is prepping a Chromebox for the masses, but official specs and pricing details were scarce and preliminary at best.
The first quarter of 2012 numbers are in, and they show a lot of strength for the tablet market.
Samsung's Galaxy S III is already breaking pre-order records.