Samsung has introduced the latest in its series of Galaxy-branded Android devices, the Galaxy Note tablet.
Just a few days after it was rumored that Samsung was planning on spinning off its LCD display business, the company has decided to do just that.
Samsung likes to consider itself the king of smart TV right now, so it has the most to lose if Apple redefines that growing market segment.
Apple became the world's top smartphone vendor during the fourth quarter of 2011, with an impressive market share of 23.8%.
Samsung, the world's leading manufacturer in flat-panel displays, is looking to shake up the LCD segment of its operations.
The next generation of Samsung's Galaxy Tab brand will bring the successful tablet platform to the newest version of Android.
It's being reported that Samsung's Galaxy S II might well be the next major handset to go to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Samsung is expecting a very bullish year for smart TV in 2012, with 25 million unit sales expected.
Right on the heels of Samsung's large Galaxy Note phone, LG is coming forward with a larger-than-usual handset.
The Samsung Galaxy Note, powered by AT&T's 4G LTE network, is available for pre-order.
A picture of what will likely be Samsung's most important phone at this month's Mobile World Congress has been released to the wild.
It's certainly not news that Apple is doing well in the US, or in the worldwide smartphone market, but now it's making a significant mark on the entire global handset industry.
Samsung will not debut the Galaxy S III at this month's anticipated Mobile World Congress, so what will it debut?
The next evolution in Samsung's Galaxy brand will be unveiled within the next four months, but it won't happen this month.
The Galaxy Note, which could be described more as a "tabletphone" than a smartphone, will be released to stores on February 19.
Samsung's under investigation by the European Commission over possible monopoly abuse - just as the company learns it's failed in its attempt to overturn a ban on selling the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Germany.
Despite all the major setbacks and negative publicity Nokia has faced over the last year or so, it is still actually the #1 manufacturer of cell phones.
Thanks to a strong holiday season for TV manufacturers, there won't be as many big deals on HDTVs for Super Bowl season.
Samsung is vehemently denying a report that claimed it considered an acquisition proposal to buy struggling mobile company Research in Motion.
While there were several Google TV products at CES last week, we're still not convinced it is the next big thing.