With Apple Car production reportedly starting in 2024, company executives are understood to be touring suppliers across Japan and Korea to secure components amid global shortages.
Samsung's new Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic smartwatches won't be iOS compatible, meaning they won't work with iPhones, unlike the previous models.
Samsung has envisioned a future where foldable smartphones are the go-to for years now. It used to be a pipe dream, but now the company's in its third iteration for not just one model, but two. And today, Samsung has just unveiled the newest versions of its foldable smartphones, along with a brand new smartwatch and truly wireless headphones.
Samsung is understood to have begun preparations for mass production of iPad Pro-sized display panels based on organic light-emitting diode (OLED) technology, says a new report.
Samsung is reportedly looking to hire Apple's and AMD's former silicon engineers to help it create a custom CPU after shuttering its in-house semiconductor team recently.
Samsung Electronics has expanded its Smart Monitor lineup with three new display sizes along with new features like AirPlay 2 compatibility, additional color options and more.
Any jailbreakers with an interest in changing the way their iPhone’s Lock Screen looks may want to refresh their package manager’s sources.
A newly released and free jailbreak tweak dubbed Hinata by iOS developer Sugiuta replaces the iPhone’s familiar Lock Screen aesthetics with something that appears to be inspired by the Samsung Galaxy Lock Screen.
Samsung's next flagship Galaxy device is apparently not expected to include a Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) sensor which debuted on the Galaxy Note back in 2019 because the technology’s level of use reportedly failed to meet the company's internal expectation.
Earlier this month, Samsung launched something called "iTest." It's a way for iPhone owners to try out Samsung's version of Android, right on their device.
Ever felt like you wanted to try out the One UI, Samsung's launcher built atop Android, but didn't want to actually get an Android phone to do it? Well, Samsung now has an option for that.
Apple better release the AirTag soon, its heavily rumored accessory for tracking personal belongings, because rival Samsung just announced that its latest Tile-like product, dubbed Galaxy SmartTag+, is arriving on Friday the next week, April 16.
Apple isn't giving up on the iPhone SE anytime soon, at least based on the latest rumors circulating about the device.