The names may look almost identical, but OLED and QLED are two entirely different beasts. In our QLED vs. OLED battle, we dissect the differences between these dueling TV technologies, and help determine which might be best for you.
Samsung has been showcasing bendable display tech for a few years and now a folding smartphone might finally arrive. The Galaxy X, or perhaps the Galaxy Fold, may be the company's first example. Here's everything we know about it.
Samsung announced a range of displays at the Samsung Developer Conference and now we have an idea of when to expect the first with an Infinity-V display. The Samsung Galaxy M10, M20, and M30 are being teased by Samsung India.
Samsung's skipping Mobile World Congress 2019 this year to launch its next big smartphone a week earlier in San Francisco. Considering Samsung teased the "10-year anniversary" of Galaxy devices, we expect to see the Galaxy S10.
Finding a decent laptop is easy, but finding one under $1,000 is a bit tricky. Luckily, we've taken some of the guesswork out of picking out a budget laptop. Here are some of our favorites, the best laptops under $1,000.
There's 8K and then there's 8K. The difference? Size. At least, that's what Samsung appears out to prove with its latest announcement from CES 2019: A massive, 98-inch 8K QLED TV. With AirPlay 2, and iTunes movies, it's a real beast.
No, you will never fit a 219-inch TV in your living room. But don't let that stop you from drooling over Samsung's 219-inch Micro LED showstopper of a screen, which is on display at CES 2019 for the first time.
Last year at CES, Samsung proved it was working on an OLED rival by showing off a massive Micro LED display that was the size of a wall. This year, it has shrunken the technology down to prove it can produce TVs ready for consumer homes.
A groundbreaking new partnership announced ahead of CES 2019 sees Samsung as the first to offer Apple's iTunes movies and TV shows as well as AirPlay 2 outside of the company's walled garden. Will it be a long-term exclusive?
Featuring modern and minimalist design, Samsung is leading its 2019 monitor lineup with a space-saving display, a high-resolution, super ultra-wide gaming monitor for gamers, as well as a curved 32-inch monitor for content creators.
Samsung is yet to release its first smart speaker and there's already talk of it prepping a second, more affordable one. Details are scant just now, but if the rumors are true, expect a smaller, simpler version of the Galaxy Home.
Samsung has announced a brand new feature for smart TVs in 2019: Remote Access. It will use wireless connectivity to allow smart TVs to connect to PCs, tablets, and smartphones to remotely control programs or apps from their Samsung TV.
Voice assistants aren't just for speakers anymore. Reports suggest Samsung's upcoming line of televisions for 2019 could include the Google Assistant built into the device, giving users voice control over the TV.
Prized for their ability to display more than a black screen when turned off, Samsung's lifestyle TVs are getting updated for 2019, and we have all of the details ahead of the official launch at CES. Hint: Art looks better on a QLED…