The Best Smartphone Display (It's Not Who You Think)

The Samsung Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series of smartphones are flagship products for Samsung to show off its latest and greatest OLED displays and display technology. Samsung provided DisplayMate Technologies with a pre-release production unit of the Galaxy S5 so that we could perform our well known objective and… » 3/31/14 10:09am 3/31/14 10:09am

Samsung Galaxy S5 Is a Baby Monitor That Reports to Your Smartwatch

Samsung's new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S5, has a surprising hidden feature that tech bloggers have just discovered: the phone can double as a baby monitor—provided you've got it paired to a Galaxy Gear smartwatch. And y'know, you don't mind leaving your baby and your phone behind while you're in another room. » 3/29/14 1:00pm 3/29/14 1:00pm

Samsung Galaxy S5 Hands On: A Tiny Dimpled Step Into the Future

The new Samsung Galaxy S5 may not seem like a huge leap forward on paper. But between the zippy camera, the fingerprint sensor, the heart rate monitor, and a new dimpled body that almost feels like a throwback, it's worth a closer look. We got one. Here are our first impressions. » 2/24/14 4:33pm 2/24/14 4:33pm

Our Samsung Galaxy S5 Liveblog Starts Right Now

Today, Samsung will deploy the Galaxy S5, the latest in its venerable line of Android smartphones. You can watch it live in the stream blow, or if you're more into reading, we'll be providing a delicate coat of analysis and sass in the liveblog even further down. » 2/24/14 1:54pm 2/24/14 1:54pm

Acer Aspire S5 Hands On: Ultrabooks Are About to Get Really Good

The first generation of Ultrabooks was rushed out. Everything felt unfinished. Not the Aspire S5. Even though Acer's last Ultrabook attempt, the S3, was very middle-of-the-pack, the S5 looks like it's going to be good. It feels absolutely nothing like the S3. Where the S3 was plasticy, and overall cheap-feeling, the S5 … » 1/08/12 6:08pm 1/08/12 6:08pm

S5 "Poor Man's LoJack" Tracking Chips Will Run for Four Years, Cost $2,…

When Spidey tosses one of those sticky spiders to a getaway car, suspicious villain or hot chick he plans to stalk rescue later, we take for granted that the tracking chip inside is going to work right? Wireless-technology developer S5 plans to deploy a network of receivers in cities, so that its tiny $2 transmitter… » 12/14/07 9:53am 12/14/07 9:53am