ZeniMax Media accused Samsung of using stolen technologies in Gear VR products built for the Oculus platform.
Samsung's EVO dominates the consumer SSD market by balancing performance and price, but NVMe is an industry-wide reset. Will Samsung's reign continue?
After months of not-so-subtle hints, we have confirmation. Samsung will launch the new 850 Pro 4TB SSD at CES in January.
Samsung developed several new technologies for its 960 Pro NVMe SSD, and the end result is a massive 2TB M.2 product that tips the price scale at $1,300.
The Samsung SSD Global Summit kicks off tomorrow with a two hour presentation. Samsung hasn't released any details, but the writing is on the wall--literally--for the 960 Pro and 960 EVO to debut.
Samsung opened up the 750 EVO to the mass market and added a 500GB model, which will allow the company to fight in the low end with a game-changing mix of mainstream performance and entry-level endurance.
Samsung finally has competition from other 3D NAND SSDs, but it counters with its new 4TB 850 Evo, which has the highest capacity of any SSD on the market. Let's take a closer look.
The SM961 is the SSD that everyone is talking about because it provides up to 3,200 MB/s of sequential performance. No more rumors, today we test the new Samsung SM961 1TB NVMe SSD from the SSI group. Is this your next SSD?
Samsung is wasting no time putting its 48-layer V-NAND to use. The company's Portable SSD T3 doubles the capacity of last year's model and gets a needed face-lift.
We take a look at how the technology behind virtual reality has evolved over the last fifty years, leading up to the release of the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
Samsung announced industry's first 256GB storage module for smartphones that's based on the Universal Flash Storage (UFS) 2.0 standard, with twice the performance of the previous generation.
At MWC 2016 Samsung announced its first consumer-grade 360-video camera, the Gear 360, designed to work with the new Galaxy S7 and S7 edge phones.
Samsung follows up last year's radical redesign of its Galaxy flagships by fixing common complaints, polishing up the design, and resurrecting microSD support and IP68 environmental protection.