Surprise, surprise. Someone wants to take on Apple's digital voice-aware assistant.
It looks like Samsung's new Galaxy phone is living up to the hype.
After Samsung unveiled its new OLED TV, Sony and Panasonic are apparently stepping up their respective games.
Samsung plans to continue its TV innovation by becoming the first to offer a "big-screen" TV with OLED technology.
The Samsung Galaxy Note has been spotted running Android 4.0 at the CTIA show in New Orleans.
Samsung is ready to enter a Windows Phone device into the 4G LTE market.
Samsung has debuted its long-awaited Galaxy S III, a slick smartphone loaded with some truly sweet and stellar specs that is sure to make even the most diehard Apple iPhone fanboi slightly envious.
A recent ComScore survey of more than 30,000 US mobile subscribers has determined that Samsung is now the top handset manufacturer with an impressive 26% market share.
It's possible that as many as half of the Android tablets that people are using today are Kindle Fires.
You might find it interesting to discover just how closely you're linked to Olympic athletes Mark Spitz and Janet Evans - but they're not so keen to get closer to you.
The king is dead; long live the king. After a 14-year run, Nokia has finally lost its crown as the world's leading cellphone manufacturer.
After a long delay, Samsung's Galaxy S II line is getting the newest version of Android.
Google has decided to offer its Galaxy Nexus phone direct to consumers.
The giant phone that has been referred to as a "phablet" (phone + tablet) may soon have two homes.
Samsung makes some of the most popular Android smartphones and tablets currently on the market.
Take out your phone right now. If there's a scratch on it, this latest Samsung creation may be for you.
Best Buy has announced which of retail stores will be shutting its doors.
Samsung just might have become the #1 seller of mobile phone handsets in the world in the first quarter of 2012.
Some techies are adamant about running Windows as their operating system of choice and would probably never even seriously considering loading another one.
Samsung is reportedly prepping a lineup of flexible color displays that could launch by the end of 2012 and find its way into devices such as smartphones and tablets by 2013.