This is Samsung’s Notebook Odyssey, “designed specifically with gamers in mind”. It can take that off-kilter touchpad and get the fuck out of here.
This isn’t your typical Japanese high school entrance ceremony.
You won’t be shocked to learn that watching Bernie Sanders shout about email is not virtual reality’s killer app. I watched Tuesday night’s Democratic presidential debate on my Gear VR, using Next VR in the Oculus store, and the aesthetic experience was markedly worse than watching the debate on TV, like a normal…
If you've got a smartphone, chances are good that you've also got access to one of the many 4G networks. At the best of times, these networks can hit speeds of 10-20 megabit per second. But Samsung's got a new experimental network that can push 1.2 gigabits per second at highway speeds.
Announced on the heels of Samsung's Galaxy Note 4-powered VR Gear headset, Temple Run VR takes the popular endless running game and puts it in a terrifying new perspective.
I mean, it's really rare (unless you're a moron), but cell phone batteries can sometimes explode and/or catch fire. And while you're probably OK laughing off the odds of it ever happening to you, take a look at this kid's bed for the outlying exception.
So, some guy thought it would be cuhraazy to film himself smashing a new Samsung Galaxy S5 with a hammer. I wonder, though, if he expected his hammer to hit something that it probably shouldn't have hit.
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After dinner, a man in Hong Kong began charging his Samsung Galaxy S4 so he could play a smartphone game. Then, the man says, the smartphone caused his home to catch fire.
Samsung has unleashed the Galaxy S4, the latest iteration of the iPhone-challenging Android smartphone. I'll let our friends at Gizmodo handle the review, while we tackle the more important issues, such as what happens when you shoot it with a high-powered sniper rifle.
Last year I switched from the iPhone to the Samsung Galaxy Note II. Going from the slender Apple device to the five-inch "phablet" took some getting used to, but these days I hardly notice it's larger than guy-sized phone, thanks largely (tee) to my oversized paws. I'm not sure those paws are ready to handle the…
Microsoft and Samsung apparently think that your TV—no matter how big it is—isn't big enough. That's the only possible explanation for the two companies' partnership on the IllumiRoom project, which projects images and colors across the space that you're playing video games in.
Up until recently I'd been counting the days until my December mobile phone upgrade eligibility, the day I could extend my contract for another two years in exchange for a discounted iPhone 5. There'd been a gnawing anxiety deep in my gut, growing stronger each day my friends possessed Apple's latest gadget and I did…
In case you've been living under a rock for the past 12 months, the epic legal battle between Apple and Samsung has been one of the biggest tech stories of the year.
Apple's new maps suck. Everyone knows that. They especially stink in South Korea. For example, the Blue House, the country's executive office, is mixed up with a Chinese restaurant in a Seoul train station. This is among other misses, including overlooking the names of important mountains that everyone knows.
Samsung is giving its first dedicated gaming laptop, dubbed Series 7 Gamer, a not-so-subtle coat of bright yellow gloss. As website Engadget points out, the laptop gets an AMD Radeon HD 7870M and a SuperBright 3D LED display.
Japan's Nikkei tore a Nintendo 3DS XL apart to see what is inside. What did Nikkei find? Parts. Lots and lots of parts.