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Compelling though the Galaxy NotePRO 12.2 is, the asking price will buy you a well-appointed notebook that offers more capability for the average mobile professional.
Samsung is following its popular Chromebook with two new models that are much nicer than the original. That comes at a price, and it may be too big.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 launch didn't lead the charge and the Android hardware ecosystem looks stumped. Apple has a low bar to clear to gain share.
The two new notebooks will be released in April with Exynos 5 Octa processors and sub-$400 price tags.
Android is dominating tablet sales but Apple is still the biggest brand. But will hybrids and clamshells change everything again?
The similarities – and differences – between the specs of the two smartphone flagships tell us plenty about the battles to come.
Developers can now get their hands on SDK kits for the Samsung Galaxy S5, Samsung Gear 2 and Gear Fit.
Samsung didn't need revolutionary features to make its latest flagship a worthy choice for enterprise customers, road warriors -- and anyone who wants a device that will last a few years. Here are 10 reasons to consider the S5.
Samsung has sold over 25 million devices running Knox since October 2013, with more than one million active users on the BYOD-minded platform.
The Mobile World Congress powwow in Barcelona illustrates the smartphone industry's innovation plateau and how the dominant players may need a kick in the butt from the more hungry upstarts.
MWC 2014: Given success of Galaxy smartphones and recall of Fitbit Force, Samsung Gear Fit could rule wearables
Samsung sells millions of smartphones and dominates the Android market while Fitbit's Force has been one of the most popular fitness bands. The attractive Samsung Gear Fit may be timed perfectly to succeed in the wearable market.
Samsung's latest smartphone may retain vastly the same design as its predecessor, but it packs in a great deal of new features and enhanced technologies. Here's what it looks like.
For Samsung's latest flagship smartphone, it's more about what's beneath the surface than its outer design. But there are a few innovations we haven't seen in a Galaxy device before, notably a fingerprint scanner, a heart-rate sensor, and a beefier 16-megapixel camera.
The Korean electronics giant makes some iterative changes to its predecessor's shell and design, but packs a great deal more gadgetry and technology in the 5.1-inch beast.
Today's Kantar's Worldpanel ComTech report shows Windows Phone has made gains but Android still dominates the European market. "The real battle now is among the Android manufacturers," it says.