After being yanked from last year's show at the last minute, Google TV may be one of the big stories to come out of CES in 2012.
Though 3D phones haven't made a huge splash yet, Samsung is hoping that will change in its next evolution of the Galaxy brand.
Intel's x86 Medfield (1.6GHz) SoC may boast some fairly impressive performance specs, but is still unlikely to threaten ARM's low-power sipping dominance of the lucrative mobile sphere.
Millions of computer and television buyers will be eligible for partial refunds, following a settlement by seven LCD manufacturers.
Just one business day after it was announced that Samsung's Galaxy S line of smartphones wouldn't be getting the latest version of Android, the company is having second thoughts.
In an effort to get more people aware of its tablet brand, Samsung has forged a new partnership with American Airlines.
There is yet another $300 phone on sale from Verizon, and this one carries Google's prestigious "Nexus" name.
Just like in all the best movies, Australians look set to get their Christmas presents after all. The country's High Court has dismissed Apple's appeal in the long-running patent case with Samsung, allowing the Galaxy Tab 10.1 to go on sale.
A US district judge has refused to grant Apple an injunction banning Samsung from selling its smartphones and Galaxy Tab tablet in the US.
Intel is reportedly on the verge of reversing a trend which saw Santa Clara's dominant position in the global semiconductor market whittled away by aggressive competition from Samsung.
The newest phone in the line of Google brainchildren is having some growing pains.
A prominent industry analyst believes Microsoft has little interest in replacing its flagship Xbox 360 with a newer console in 2012.
Joining in the niche market of advanced, seemingly never-ending lightbulbs, Samsung has introduced new "Advanced LED" bulbs to the US market.
Samsung is throwing its hat into the ring of Ice Cream Sandwich announcements.
Samsung has made a few minor tweaks to its Galaxy Tab Android tablet so that it no longer violates the Apple patents that led to a ban in Germany.
While the mobile phone industry saw only a tepid growth of 5.6% in the most recent quarter, the number of people buying smartphones is rapidly on the rise.
T-Mobile is testing an option that will allow customers to buy a tablet without paying for the entire thing up front.
Microsoft has managed to yank one of Samsung's senior executives as it tries to bolster attention and excitement for Windows Phone.
The European Commission has launched an anti-trust investigation into Samsung, over allegations that it's abused FRAND patents as part of its war with Apple.
Just a matter of days after Samsung was reported to be the top dog in smartphone shipments, another report shows HTC as the leader in the US.