Android gains ground in smartphone war

Google’s wildly popular mobile Android operating system continues to gain ground and now claims 41.8% of the smartphone market.

GloFo & Samsung synchronize 28nm High-K Metal Gate chips

GloFo and Samsung are synchronizing their global semiconductor fabrication facilities to produce chips based on new high-performance and low-leakage 28nm High-K Metal Gate (HKMG) technology.

Rumor: Samsung eyes webOS as iOS competitor

Samsung is reportedly interested in acquiring webOS from Hewlett Packard, which it could attempt to repackage as a viable alternative to Apple’s integrated hardware-software ecosystem.

Samsung Galaxy S II not heading to Verizon

Samsung's powerful next-generation smartphone will be going to AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile, but not Verizon, and that's Verizon's decision.

Samsung cites science fiction movies in Apple patent case

Stanley Kubrick invented the iPad, Samsung says, after trawling through science fiction movies to try and defend itself from Apple's copyright lawsuit.

Apple accused of evidence tampering in Galaxy Tab case

It appears that Apple may be trying to make more of a case than it deserves when it comes to banning Galaxy Tab sales in Europe.

Apple blocks Galaxy Tab sales across Europe

Apple's succeeded in getting sales of Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 halted across most of Europe, after winning a preliminary injunction in a German court.

Samsung ships Tegra-powered Galaxy R smartphone

Samsung is now shipping its Tegra 2-powered Galaxy R smartphone. The slick device boasts a 4.19-inch screen and runs Android 2.3 (Gingerbread).

New Sprint phone names leaked

The Samsung Epic 4G Touch, the HTC Evo Design 4G, and the Motorola Admiral will all be coming to a Sprint store near you.

3D pioneers strive for universal glasses

As consumers become understandably frustrated at the direction of the home 3D market, three companies are working to set new standards.

Samsung rolls out Galaxy Tab software update

Samsung has just revealed a new update to its brand of Android-powered tablets.

Apple succeeds in blocking Aussie sales of Galaxy Tab

Samsung's been forced to delay selling the Australian version of its latest Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Australia because of its continuing litigation with Apple.

Samsung will no longer report phone sales numbers

Samsung is taking a big step, backward in the increasingly competitive smartphone race.

Apple to remain "influential" despite smartphone competition

Apple is expected to remain an "influential" presence in the smartphone market despite increased competition from Android and Windows Phone 7 devices. 

Samsung has sold 5 million GALAXY S II phones

Samsung is really moving those new GALAXY S II phones. They’ve already sold 5 million of them and they aren’t even for sale in the U.S. yet.

Nexus S goes on sale with AT&T

The Google-optimized Nexus S smartphone is now available at a new bargain price, if you're willing to sign up with AT&T.

Apple tests next-gen LCDs for iPad 3

Apple is reportedly testing next-gen liquid crystal displays (LCDs) for its upcoming iPad 3.

Report: TSMC taping out Apple A6 chips

The Taiwanese-based TSMC has reportedly kicked off trial production of Apple's next-gen A6 SoC.

3.5 million 3D Blu-ray Discs sold, with a footnote

Around 3.5 million Blu-ray 3D movies have been sold to consumers in the US, but only half of them were really purchased.

Samsung tapes out 20nm ARM chip

Samsung has taped-out a 20nm ARM test chip using High-k Metal Gate (HKMG) technology.