Updated models include a 13.3-incher with full HD resolution and a leatherette look.
Consumer Choice Is the New Tech Industry Theme
When companies invest to compete both for existing customers and the customers of other companies, the consumer always wins.
Mobile World Congress: 10 Phones and Tablets to Watch
Thinner, lighter and faster? Sure. But there are some new ideas, too.
With the Galaxy S5, Samsung Wakes Up in a Post-Specs World
The Galaxy S5 is Samsung’s first real attempt at a smartphone where the specs aren’t what matter. And it’s already more interesting than anything Samsung has produced in the last few years.
Samsung Unveils Galaxy S5 Smartphone
Today at the Mobile World Congress wireless show in Barcelona, Samsung unveiled its latest flagship Android smartphone, the Galaxy S5.
Samsung’s New Galaxy Gear Watches: Goodbye Android, Hello Tizen
They’re not radically different, but the operating system’s a big shift.
4 Things the Galaxy S5 Should Do (But Probably Won’t)
Samsung has the potential to make the best all-around smartphone on the market, but its priorities still aren’t in the right place.
The Rumored Galaxy S5 Fingerprint Sensor Sounds Like Trouble
Unlocking the phone may require some careful swiping.
Samsung Galaxy S5 Rumor Roundup: Taking Our Best Guesses
Making sense of way too much conflicting information.
Samsung and LG Show Off Curved TVs That You Can Bend Yourself
That title is misleading. You are not expected to bend the screens of these TV using your own strength.
Eye-Controlled Galaxy S5 Could Ship by April This Year with Revamped Galaxy Gear
Imagine simply looking at your phone to log in.
Samsung’s 12-Inch Galaxy NotePro and TabPro Try to Preempt Apple
Productivity tablets skate to where the puck may or may not be going.