Lots of monitors can look impressive when turned on, but how many feature a design as slick as Samsung's new 950 and 750 series monitors? Not many.
See this box? Inside it is a little clothing shop for dolls. See that woman's head? It's not a projection, it's being displayed on the world's largest transparent AMOLED screen.
The bendy AMOLED display in this prototype media player hasn't made it that far outside of Samsung's secret development lair, but it's a glimpse of what our mobile future could will be.
Remember that ultra-slim Blu-ray player Samsung brought out last year? Well you can now toss that old clunker out, as it's about to be upstaged by a much slimmer replacement.
Samsung is preparing a new screen for its Galaxy Tab tablet. The new screen retains the Galaxy Tab's 7-inch size, but replaces its LCD with a Super AMOLED screen. Get ready for colors that will pop right off the screen.
Samsung called and they want to let you know that your Full HD 1080p 3D TV is looking a little aged. The Korean electronics giant has what looks to be the world's first 70-inch 3D TV with a blistering resolution that is twice that of 1080p. We want to vomit in glee right now.
Google's flagship Nexus One phone was a pretty important smartphone. It was the first official Google phone that the search-engine company completely endorsed and sold on its online store (now defunct). The folks at Gizmodo who accurately leaked the iPhone 4 are claiming that the Nexus Two is real.
Rotary phones may have gone out with bell-bottom jeans, but that's not going to stop Raymond Bessemer from coming up with this concept for a rotary dial cellphone for Samsung.
Samsung thinks 3D TVs without the glasses won't come for another 5-10 years, but that isn't stopping the company from trying to convert every person to today's 3D. The glasses you need for 3D can annoy people who already wear glasses since no one want to wear two pairs of frames. Samsung has a plan to woo them.
No one wants to wear 3D glasses. The industry knows this, and Nintendo has only made the point more prominent with the universal excitement for its 3DS in the face of hesitation for 3D in general. Early adopters will scoop up the glasses-required sets, but when can you and I expect to enjoy some three-dee?