Here’s what popped into my head during and immediately after Samsung’s Radio City Music Hall extravaganza.
How big can Samsung’s Galaxy Note go? Apparently not as huge as we originally expected.
We’ll try to paint the clearest possible picture of Samsung’s Galaxy S4 based on the last few months of leaks, rumors and speculation.
Samsung rounds out its pen-equipped tablet line with a new medium-sized model.
Samsung and bubbly-water-making company SodaStream have partnered to build a 36-inch refrigerator with “the industry’s first-ever automatic sparkling water dispenser.”
Although Samsung pioneered 7-in. tablets two years ago with the original Galaxy Tab, the company may be about to turn its back on the category — at least for now
Now that the year-end smartphone season is winding down, it’s time to start dreaming up the next wave of high-powered handsets.
I have no idea how profitable a camera with a data plan will be. But either way, it’s bad for innovation.
The Galaxy Note II is an excellent device, however you want to classify it. There’s room for a device that straddles the line between phones and tablets, and Samsung is showing everyone how it’s done.
Android 4.2 is debuting on this new 10″ tablet and 4.7″ phone, two impressive pieces of hardware at attractive prices.
Although Hurricane Sandy wiped out Google’s big New York press-event plans, the company went ahead and announced its new Nexus phone and tablets anyway.
If Google announces a Nexus phone and several tablets next week as expected, it’ll be both a major turning point and a test for the company’s Android platform.