Engadget giveaway: Win a Samsung Galaxy S10 courtesy of Speck!

Samsung's just finished its recent phone-launch extravaganza leaving several new handsets to choose from. If you're not a fan of super-sized phones like the S10+, but want to spend that little bit extra, you may be angling for the Galaxy S10. It has...

Samsung Space Monitor Saves Desk Space, Looks Great

Computer users with small desks often wish they had more desk space. However, workspace can be hard to come by thanks to big computer displays and keyboards. Samsung now has a slick display called the Space Monitor. Rather than having a regular stand, the Space Display comes with an arm that connects to your desk.

Simply clamp the display’s stand to the edge of your desk, and you can adjust the monitor’s angle and distance from right up against the wall, to a low profile similar to that of a laptop. It’s a really smart design that eliminates the need for a third-party monitor arm.

The 32-inch unit supports 4K resolution while the 27-inch supports WQHD resolution. The 27-inch Space Monitor sells for $399.99, and the 32-inch Space Monitor retails for $499.99. Both displays are available now over on Amazon.

Google Wear OS at five: Older, wiser, but unpolished

Half a decade has passed since Android Wear debuted. During that time, we've seen in-screen fingerprint readers, rollable TVs, self-driving cars, super smart AI, phones with folding screens and more. In the midst of all that technological advancement...

Samsung’s Notebook 9 goes on sale March 17th

Samsung has revealed its Notebook 9 Pen and Notebook 9 Pro will go on sale this Sunday, March 17th. The 2-in-1 Pen, as the name suggests, comes with an S Pen and has an aluminum body that's just under 1.5 centimeters thick on the 13.3" model. There a...

Samsung imagines full-screen phone with a camera hidden under the display

Samsung is working on a "perfect full-screen" phone that will be 100 percent display, with no notches, bezels or cut-outs. According to Yang Byung-duk, the company's display R&D vice president, "Technology can move to the point where the camera h...