Barcelona Is Samsung’s Next Destination in Global Quest for Developers

The Korean electronics giant plans a daylong developer event in February, in conjunction with next year’s Mobile World Congress.

Apple: Samsung Case About More Than Money (But We’ll Take the Money)

Apple says the case is about more than patents and money, but it is glad that a jury attached a cost to Samsung’s patent infringement.

Samsung Says Apple Is Trying to Patent Pretty Phones and Shouldn’t Get More Than Another $52 Million

Apple and Samsung are making their final case to a jury in a partial retrial of last year’s patent infringement case.

Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda: Apple Makes Case for Why It Deserves $379 Million More From Samsung

It’s closing arguments time in the Apple-Samsung retrial in San Jose, with Apple up first. The jury should get the case later Tuesday.

Men in Black Suits II: Apple-Samsung Retrial Suffers From Sequel’s Curse

The first go-around featured spilled secrets and uncertainty, but even with a similar cast of characters, the current retrial on damages has none of the drama and intrigue.

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom Heads to AT&T on November 8

AT&T said on Monday that it will be the first U.S. carrier to stock Samsung’s 16-megapixel Galaxy S4 Zoom Android camera phone. The device, which features a 10x optical zoom, will be in stores Nov. 8. Price: $199, with a new two-year contract.

With Samsung Galaxy Gear, the Watch of the Future Is Not Quite Here Yet

The Samsung Galaxy Gear watch does most of what it says it should do, and still doesn’t make a compelling case for a notification wristwatch.

Samsung Debuts First Curved-Screen Phone, the Galaxy Round

The 5.7-inch smartphone will debut in Samsung’s home market of Korea.

Let’s Call the Samsung Galaxy Mega “Phablet” What It Should Be: A Tablet

The Samsung Galaxy Mega is 6.6 inches tall. Try carrying that around for a week.
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Do We Need an Even Bigger Galaxy Note Display? Samsung Says Yes.

With Samsung introducing smartphones and tablets of varying shapes and sizes, it’s getting harder to categorize the Note as the one-off and sort of endearing “phablet.”