Is that 1.2GHz dual-core HTC Sensation just not powerful enough for ya? Samsung agrees. The world's largest consumer electronics company will reportedly drop a smartphone with a mighty 2GHz dual-core next year.
Over the last couple of years we've had glimpses of transparent displays, but they were always presented next to little white cards with the word "concept" stamped on. Well, Samsung just made transparent displays a little more real by announcing that mass production for them has already begun.
Hold your horses! Although Samsung unveiled that 55-inch glasses-free 3D TV prototype last week and even said it was possible to see such a product on store shelves in about three years, the Korean electronics giant is now backtracking on that claim.
For the most part, Android tablets have been significantly more expensive than Apple's iPad 2, making the choice for what to get a bit easier for people. But Samsung just unveiled the pricing for its new Galaxy Tabs, and they're right in line with the iPad. Competition!
Boy, are people who spent all sorts of money on a 3D TV that requires glasses going to feel foolish before too long. With advances like Samsung's 55-inch glasses-free 3D TV, those glasses are going to become very expensive paperweights.
If thin is your number one priority in a laptop, the MacBook Air has long been your favorite. But now Samsung has come along with a new laptop that,s thinner, lighter and, yes, more expensive than Apple's current king of skinniness.
If you've been patiently waiting for an Android phone with the form factor of a traditional BlackBerry, then rejoice because your ship may have sailed in.
Samsung just unveiled a 46-inch display that's not only transparent, but is completely powered by ambient light around it. It's like magic!
The iPad 2 is a modest update — faster processor, more RAM, FaceTime cameras jammed in a thinner body. Even with a much more powerful tablet, Samsung is already shaken. It's sending the recently announced 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab back in-house for re-tweaking and reevaluation.
The distance from Germany to Australia is approximately 10,000 miles. This seems like rather a long way for a paper airplane to fly. As it turns out, it's really not so hard, if you just launch a hundred of 'em from 20 miles up.