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Samsung's Knox enterprise technology, which made Android more palatable for businesses, is being added to Android.
Samsung's two newest Android tablets will be available this Friday with their largest highest resolution Super AMOLED displays in a slim form factor even thinner than their phones.
A Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime has been rumored for some time and it looks like a higher end model will soon be launched in Korea.
In an endurance test six consumer-grade SSDs have been written to continuously until failure. The good news: They all exceeded their endurance specs by a substantial margin. But half have failed before reaching a petabyte of writes.
Apple may have attempted and failed to purchase Nuance in the past, but it seems Samsung may have piqued the speech recognition software company's interest instead.
With the just announced Galaxy Tab S, Samsung now offers at least ten Android tablets. Which is right for you? Our buyer's guide can help.
Samsung's latest tablet retains much of the same design as its siblings. But, it packs a powerful punch with new features and technologies. Here's what it looks like.
There is always something better coming in mobile technology and the rumor mills keep revealing new devices. These six smartphones may be worth waiting for.
The Korean electronic giant lifts the lid on its latest Android-powered tablet, which aims in part to appease the company's growing enterprise base.
Samsung's thinnest slate takes aims at the iPad Air and aims to add some excitement back into the tablet world.
A report out of South Korea says Samsung is going to release a mobile device with a folding screen. The device supposedly unfolds from smartphone size to a small tablet form. Intriguing as it sounds, it’s not something buyers are likely to want.
In partnership with Samsung Electronics Australia, Bendigo Bank has launched its retail POS payment solution that allows consumers to make payments at point of sale, but also to make a donation to a local charity.
The companies are working with hardware partners to deliver 23.6-inch displays for under $400 and Intel Core-based all-in-one 4K PCs for $999 by the holiday shopping season.
Microsoft's investment partner Nook Media is working with Samsung on a new Android-based Nook tablet. Is there still a place for Microsoft in this arrangement?