Samsung shows off stretchable display
Published in Graphics


Flexible OLED screen


Samsung has unveiled a radical 9.1-inch stretchable OLED display which can stretch in both direction by as much as 12 millimetres.

Fitness trackers can’t measure calories
Published in Wearables


Chocolate teapots


Fitness devices are reasonable at monitoring heart rate but can’t track calories burnt to save their lives.

Huawei closing on Apple
Published in Mobiles


Headed to become a number two 

Huawei is slowly closing on Apple in a bid to replace the fruity cargo-cult as the number two of the smartphone industry.

ZeniMax targets Samsung over Gear VR
Published in Wearables


Having beaten Oculus


After beating Facebook-owned Oculus in a $500 million patent dispute earlier this year, games outfit ZeniMax is now going after Samsung.

Galaxy Note 7R will be cheaper than chips
Published in Mobiles


Samsung - what are you like?

Samsung has already confirmed that it will launch a  refurbished Galaxy Note 7 units earlier and the latest piece of information suggests the company will offer them at a 50 percent lower price.

Samsung forms contract chip manufacturing division
Published in Processors


Aims to attract new customers


Samsung has formed a new division within its semiconductor business for contract chip manufacturing as part of a cunning plan to attract more customers.

Samsung issues Galaxy S8 and S8+ battery pack
Published in Mobiles


5,100mAh battery

Samsung has launched a 5,100mAh battery pack for the Galaxy S8 and S8+

Samsung caught using different storage chips on Galaxy S8/S8+
Published in Mobiles


UFS 2.1 storage quietly removed from spec

After Huawei has been caught using different RAM and storage chips on its flagship smartphones, it appears that the time has come for Samsung's latest Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, which have been spotted with both UFS 2.0 and UFS 2.1 storage chips.

Samsung to overtake Intel
Published in Processors


World’s largest chipmaker


The age where Intel is considered the world’s largest chipmaker might be ending.

Bixby disses Siri in rap
Published in Mobiles


Can’t touch this


Samsung’s new digital assistant AI-powered bot Bixby can rap, and slags off Apple’s Siri, so you don’t have to.