Last week, we told you about Samsung’s new Galaxy Note: the smartphone-tablet hybrid is set to hit store shelves next month. Today, it’s Apple’s turn — with the iPhone maker expected to announce its own big-screen handheld.
Samsung is showing off several new devices that are expected to be released this fall, including a big smartphone that’s likely to see some competition from Apple in the coming days.
KYW Newsradio social media editor Melony Roy reports daily on what’s trending around the region and the world.
A Delaware man wanted on shoplifting charges shoved baggies of heroin down his baby’s diaper when he was confronted by police, investigators said.
Both use Google’s new android software and respond to voice commands, processing information within a few seconds.
Sixers Summer League schedule released.
The biggest cell phone show in the world is going on this week in Barcelona. Apple isn’t there, but nearly every other mobile maker is.
Samsung has beaten its chief rival Apple to the punch by unveiling a smartwatch. It’s called the Galaxy Gear.
Samsung took over Radio City Music Hall last night to show off the newest version of its best-selling Galaxy smartphone, the S IV. It’s expected out at the end of next month.
If your TV is getting past its prime, you might find your next set in Las Vegas. That’s the site of the Consumer Electronics Show, where technology companies this week are showing off what’s new for 2013.
Strategy Analytics announced Thursday that the Samsung Galaxy S3 became the world’s best-selling smartphone during the third quarter of 2012.
Android has Apple beat in market share, but the iPhone is the single best-selling smartphone. With pre-release purchases in the millions, the iPhone 5 looks to be no exception.
Sony and Samsung took the wraps off some drool-inducing products at a big tech show in Berlin, Germany.
Does your TV take a lot of time to power up? If you own a Samsung TV, you’re not alone. The company is notifying customers about a problem we first told you about weeks ago.
“It’s a much brighter, much truer color technology that’s razor-thin, and basically has pure black. Thin as you can possibly imagine.” CNET’s Scott Stein says.