01/17/2012, After Samsung successfully circumvented the sales ban of its Galaxy Tab devices with some redesigns, it looks like Apple isn’t too pleased with the results. Apple has been reported to have filed a new lawsuit against the Korean electronics manufacturer, this time targeting 10 of its smartphones. According to a report from Bloomberg, Apple is now targeting the Samsung Galaxy S2, Galaxy S Plus and a whole bunch of other […]
01/17/2012, Smartphones these days certainly do not last anywhere as near as our feature phones back in the day. Heck, our feature phones back then could last a couple of days and even up to a week without need a recharge, but then again our smartphones these days does a lot more for us than our feature phones did in the day.
01/17/2012, Interested in getting yourself an Android powered media player? Well if Sony Ericsson’s Live with Walkman Android media player efforts failed to make an impression on you, not to worry as Samsung has recently launched their own Android media player in the form of the Galaxy Player 3.6 in South Korea. The device is currently available in South Korea as of 16th January 2012, and international availability is expected to […]
01/17/2012, It feels like Samsung isn’t ever going to run out of Galaxy S2 phones to make. The company has announced just announced a new variant of the Galaxy S2, this time it’s headed for Japan’s KDDI au and it features WiMAX radios. The phone will be similar to the Galaxy S2 HD LTE except for the 4G radios. Other specs include a 1.4GHz dual-core processor, Android 2.3 Gingerbread, a 4.7″ […]
01/16/2012, The Samsung Galaxy Note has been officially announced to arrive on AT&T later this year, but it looks like the massive phone/tablet hybrid could be arriving on other carriers as well. According to an industry analyst, the Galaxy Note will be released on Verizon and Sprint’s network in the first half of 2012. However, the device will be renamed to the Galaxy Journal instead – not that many people will […]
01/16/2012, The folks over at the FCC have gotten hold of yet another Samsung Galaxy S II, where it is known as the Samsung R760 where model numbers are concerned, and this particular puppy is destined to land on US Cellular’s shelves. Definitely not one of the big four mobile carriers, the Samsung Galaxy S II here does not come with LTE connectivity, which means it will be your regular, vanilla […]
01/16/2012, The next generation Microsoft Surface, known as the Samsung SUR40, has begun to ship to those who have deep pockets, and to top it all off, this picked up a CES Best of Innovations 2012 gong. This is the fruit of a collaboration between Samsung and Microsoft, where Microsoft Surface 2.0 software and touch technology has been incorporated into an interactive and engaging 40″ Full HD LCD display which can […]
01/16/2012, Samsung’s own platform, Bada, may not be as well known compared to platforms such as iOS or Android, but that does not mean that the platform has not garnered a following of its own. Either way, the good (or bad) news for fans of Samsung’s Bada operating system is that according to the company, they will be merging the platform together with Intel’s very own Tizen platform.
01/15/2012, The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is the first smartphone from the Android stable to feature Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and in order to keep up with the times, there will be a white colored version coming your way. Images of this particular model has already been spotted, and only the back and sides of the smartphone will come in white, while the front retains its black shade just like on […]
01/15/2012, Someone, somewhere in Vietnam has had access to white colored versions of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, and just before you sit up and ask, “Hey! There are already white colored versions of those tablets in the market, so what’s new about these?”, bear with me for a little while. These are all new models, where you will find a white bezel instead of a […]
01/12/2012, [CES 2012] Samsung has something very interesting over at CES this year (apart from the myriad of Smart TVs and other consumer electronics, of course), where the transparent screen that you see is capable of fitting into just about any window – as long as it does not go larger than 46″ in size, and will feature a pixel count of 1366 x 768. It is totally transparent, although what […]
01/12/2012, Besides working together on providing smartphones for Verizon, it looks like Samsung will also be working with the carrier to bring FiOS TV to its Smart TVs and Smart Blu-ray players this year. In a press release today, the two companies announced that Samsung will be the first consumer electronics manufacturer to commercially introduce the Verizon FiOS TV app to its upcoming Smart TVs and Smart Blu-ray players.
01/12/2012, Last year, Apple successfully got sales of the Samsung Galaxy Tab banned in Germany due to the fact that the tablet looked too similar to its own iPad. To circumvent the ban, Samsung had to come up with a redesigned tablet, and it looks like Samsung has managed to pull it off. First it redesigned the Tab 10.1 and released the Tab 10.1N, and now it has come up with […]
01/12/2012, Good news for folks who own a GSM Samsung Galaxy Nexus – if you keep an eye on your phone’s notification bar, you’ll be receiving an update the a newer version of Android – version 4.0.2. According to reports online the update only weighs in at about 8MB so we’re assuming it’s to fix minor bugs and issues on the device. Take note that this update isn’t for the Verizon […]