Samsung Electronics and the South Korean government have launched their own investigations into what caused the Galaxy Note 7 smartphones to catch fire, industry officials told the country’s Yonhap news
Well, this one certainly came out of nowhere. Thanks to the eagle-eyed team at ChromeUnboxed, we’ve just got our first early look at a new Chromebook, the Samsung Chromebook Pro, before its official announcement.
Samsung has halted production of its beleaguered Galaxy Note 7 smartphone after several replacement handsets reportedly caught fire and ended up with at least one person in a hospital. On Monday, an official
Samsung's exploding phone woes continue with more reports of replacement Galaxy Note 7s exploding. A Minnesota teenager told a Minneapolis-St. Paul TV station that she felt a "weird, burning sensation"
It’s all over… After all four major carriers in the US decided to let any wary customers, and even reports that AT&T was considering completely dropping the device, another replacement Galaxy Note 7 has
The 5-nanometer limit is so ancient history. Ready for some hardcore science about transistor elements that are a fraction of the width of a human hair? Good, because that's what this post is all about.
AT&T, Sprint and Verizon will allow customers to swap for a another phone. A replacement Samsung Galaxy Note 7 started smoking and burned through the carpet on board a Southwest flight this week. Following
The Smart Cube will turn a drawer or cabinet into a retrofitted safe. Startup Smart Armor Tech is bringing the connected lock indoors. Instead of a standard deadbolt, the company has announced what it
Cotard’s Syndrome—in which a person can believe that they’re dead, that their organs are rotting, or that they don’t exist—was first identified by the French neurologist Jules Cotard more than a century
The company is facing a growing backlash from Chinese customers and even the country's government after it refused to recall the phone there. China is a lucrative market for smartphone manufacturers, Apple
Written by Emiko Jozuka, CNN When archeologist Hiroyuki Miyagi heard that a bunch of ancient Roman and Ottoman coins had been unearthed from the ruins of an old castle in Okinawa, he initially thought