When it comes to new electronic items, nothing is more convincing than holding an actual device in your hands. The feel, the vibe, it’s all part of the buying experience for most.
After just 10 months of offering its own dedicated platform for users to download apps, Samsung says more than 100 million apps have been downloaded.
Samsung has just announced a complete overhaul to its Galaxy Tab line of tablets, not only introducing two new models but also with an expansive shakeup to the software on the back end.
Sprint has debuted Google's Nexus S 4G smartphone as CTIA 2011 kicks off in Orlando, Florida.
The market for "glasses-free 3D" technology is still very nascent and hasn't achieved broad market appeal or scaled manufacturing costs, but Samsung is trying to innovate nonetheless.
In a market where 3D is failing because it's way too expensive, Samsung has introduced a more expensive 3D option.
The brand new T-Mobile Sidekick 4G looks like a Sidekick and quacks like a Sidekick, but this is not your grandma's Sidekick.
If you buy a 3D TV that uses active shutter glasses, right now you're pretty much limited to buying 3D glasses that are made by the same manufacturer as the manufacturer of your TV. The Consumer Electronics Association wants to change that.
Samsung has debuted an Android-powered (Froyo) smartphone that boasts a full QWERTY keyboard, along with an 800MHz CPU.
Microsoft has re-released a software update for its Windows Phone 7 platform, after it had to yank it off line due to concerns it was breaking some devices.
Last year, Samsung introduced a TV app that allowed users to stream 3D video content. It launched with three 3D movie trailers but has never been updated. Now, a third-party video service is looking to pick up the slack.
A funny thing happens when there's a bigger and better Android tablet on the market - the one that previously had a stranglehold on the entire industry gets dropped radically in price.
The NEC Medias N-04C may not have one of those snazzy smartphone names like the "Galaxy S II" or the "Xperia Arc," but it beats out both of those super-slim phones with a measurement of just 8 millimeters thick.
Microsoft has taken down an update for all Samsung phones running Windows Phone 7. The update was supposed to improve performance and add new functionality, but instead it caused the phones to become glitchy and in some cases, unusable.
Samsung's next-gen mobile RAM modules are capable of transmitting data at a blazing 12.8 gigabyte (GB) per second. The new class of memory is expected to significantly increase the bandwidth of current DDR DRAM (1.6GB/s) eightfold, while reducing power consumption by 87%.
Continuing with Samsung's recent history of long delays in updating its Android phones, the Epic 4G is finally getting its chance to shine with Android version 2.2, also known as Froyo.
LG announced this week that it has begun shipping new 3D TVs, using the same kind of technology used in movie theaters, as a way to appeal to more budget-conscious consumers. But Samsung says that's a step in the wrong direction.
After quite a successful run with its Android-based, 7-inch Galaxy Tab tablet, Samsung has revealed a new version of the device with a 10 inch display that will be more of a direct rival to the iPad.
It's going to be a busy week for 4G fans. Just two days before Verizon launches its own LTE smartphone the HTC Thunderbolt, MetroPCS will beat it to the punch with the Android-powered Samsung Galaxy Indulge.
If you just so happen to have a recent Samsung TV, a Samsung Galaxy Tab, and a Samsung Galaxy S phone...chances are you work for Samsung. But on the off chance that you don't, here's a neat little app for you.