2018: Year of the slightly better new phone, but mostly of the dog.
The new Samsung phone has a dual-lens camera, 960 fps slow-mo capture, and Bitmoji-style custom, personalized stickers.
No, no, no, nooooooo!
The technological apocalypse has fallen upon our kitchens.
Not everyone has an iPhone.
Lee Jae-yong — the de-facto chief of the South Korean electronics giant — was convicted of bribery and corruption charges for his part in a wider scandal which led to the downfall of the country's president.
Samsung’s phablet is back, with a dual-lens camera and curved “Infinity” display.
"Looks like it's not just Samsung's phones giving people burns."
Pull all your $$$ into the heart of your home.
The new flagship device, which has an edge-to-edge curved screen design, is Samsung’s best phone yet, but it's still full of stuff you don't need.
Samsung's new flagship phone is thinner and more high-resolution than ever. And it comes with a new personal assistant named Bixby.
It's hoping to reduce the environmental impact of discarding 4.3 million smartphones.
Apple and Samsung users are not speaking the same language.
“There is no such thing as absolute privacy in America,” FBI Director James Comey said, suggesting that businesses can design strong encryption while maintaining access to our communications.
When people asked for repairs to their defective washing machines, they didn't expect the cable guy to turn up — and they definitely didn't expect him to try and sell them a pair of wireless headphones.
Your high-tech TV may be listening and watching.
Are you Team iPhone or Team Galaxy?
The Galaxy Book series is a tablet-laptop hybrid capable of running Windows 10. The company also announced the Galaxy Tab S3, an all-glass tablet focused on multimedia.
The Try Guys team up with Google to unveil a brand new virtual reality technology and try out "Tilt Brush" for the first time.
Of course it did.
The company found two battery issues leading to a major recall and prolonged embarrassment for the mobile giant.
Sprint customers will gain access to Tidal's exclusive content.
The company's semiconductor division is benefitting from the rise of mobile technology, especially in China.
A year of exploding tech, unrelenting hacks, and countercultural forces.
Shut-downs, acqui-hires, and literal explosions.
The singer and performer posted a video on Facebook telling his fans he was alive and well after people thought a phone blew up in his face.
The dramatic conclusion of Samsung v. Apple, Trump's favorite news site, Nintendo comes to mobile, and more in our weekly tech news quiz.
The justices ordered the case to be resettled by a lower court, throwing out a $399 million judgment against Samsung for infringing on Apple's iPhone patents.
Not every deal is what it seems.
The company received 733 reports of exploding washing machine models and nine injuries.
It may take months before the Korean electronics giant has an answer.
The recalled, explosive phone is banned on flights.
Samsung's neverending woes, the Soylent sickening, and vegan meat (almost) indistinguishable from the real stuff. Our weekly tech news quiz.
Turn your Note7s off and return them, people.
The company is on fire, but not in a good way.
The legal battle between the world's two largest phone manufacturers may have broad implications for the future of patent law and innovation.
While Samsung fights the fallout from its axed Galaxy Note 7, at least some customers have seen the funny side.
The company confirmed it had "permanently discontinued" production of the smartphone following reports that the handsets were catching fire.
Amid a global recall of the Galaxy Note7, Samsung has halted sales and told all owners to turn off their phones and return them after reports that replacement Note7s have caught fire.
Google announced a bunch of products, Snapchat might be making a big move, and Samsung is on fire. Our weekly tech news quiz.
The Korean electronics giant has shed $25 billion in value since announcing a recall of its new flagship device.
No using, no charging, no ifs, no buts.
The warning by US product safety officials on Friday comes one week after Samsung announced it would "voluntarily replace" customers' devices amid reports of the battery cell igniting.
Next month, two juggernaut phone makers will fight over their interpretations of patent law, inviting a landmark ruling from the high court over the importance of product design.
Das Gefühl, mit unter 50% Akku aus dem Haus zu gehen.
Update: Production of the Galaxy Note 7 has been "permanently discontinued."
111 professionals in the design world, including Calvin Klein and Alexander Wang, are supporting Apple in its $548 million Supreme Court case against Samsung.
The Galaxy Note 7 goes on sale tomorrow and we got a sneak peek.
Who knew there were so many different versions of an eggplant?
Yuuup, even brands like Apple and Samsung are expected to tweak their phones for this.