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YouTube TV Now Available On Samsung’s Smart TVs

11/16/2017, One of the great things about this modern internet day and age is that we are no longer bound by more traditional methods of entertainment. For example just earlier this year, YouTube TV was officially launched which allowed viewers to watch their...

AT&T Patches Krack Wi-Fi Vulnerability On Galaxy Note 8

11/15/2017, AT&T is rolling out a new firmware update for the Galaxy Note 8 on its network. The new software update for Samsung’s latest flagship phablet brings the latest security fixes for the Android operating system. The fixes include a patch for the...

Samsung Galaxy S9 Could Come With Bluetooth AKG Headphones

11/15/2017, With the excitement surrounding the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and X out of the way, the next phone that many are excited over is probably Samsung’s next flagship, the Galaxy S9 (and the Galaxy S9+ by extension). Details are scarce but thanks to a recent post on...

Several Manufacturers May Launch Foldable Smartphones Next Year

11/14/2017, We’ve been hearing for many years now that Samsung is developing a foldable smartphone. While we’ve yet to see the company come out with one yet, ZTE launched its foldable device just last month. The ZTE Axon M is a dual screen smartphone...

Microsoft’s Online Store Starts Selling The Samsung Galaxy S8, S8+

11/14/2017, There are a few places that one can get the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+, but if for whatever reason you prefer shopping at Microsoft’s online store, you will be interested to learn that Microsoft has started to sell the Galaxy S8 and S8+ online. Prior to...

Samsung Galaxy S8 Active Available From Sprint November 17

11/14/2017, Samsung’s “Active” series of phones have typically been an exclusive to AT&T, at least until this year when the Samsung Galaxy S8 Active made its way onto other carriers as well. In fact if you’re thinking about getting the phone, you might be...

Alleged Samsung Galaxy S9+ Benchmarks Reveal 4GB Of RAM

11/13/2017, Come 2018 we expect that Samsung will launch the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+, that is assuming they’ll be sticking to the same release pattern we’ve been seeing for the past couple of years. Right now details about the phones exist pretty much as...

Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018) Seemingly Confirmed On Samsung’s Website

11/13/2017, We have been hearing that Samsung is working on a refreshed model of its mid-ranger, the Samsung Galaxy A5. We suppose it’s not a stretch to think that Samsung could have a new model in the works, although so far the reports have been mostly rumors....

Samsung’s Market Share In China Expected To Drop Below 2%

11/13/2017, In the mobile space, Samsung is still a pretty huge name and they are still a big player in the smartphone industry. However it seems that the company is slowly losing their lead in certain markets, such as in China where according to Strategy Analytics,...

Samsung Reportedly Working On A Compact Bezel-Less Smartphone

11/12/2017, Almost all of Samsung’s recent devices in its low-end, mid-range, and high-end segments have displays of 5 inches or more. The company isn’t really into compact devices anymore but if a new report out of China is believed, the company might be...

Samsung Announces The Galaxy S9’s Processor Quietly

11/12/2017, Samsung ships its flagship smartphones in some markets with its own Exynos processors, for others it uses chips from Qualcomm. The Exynos 8895 is the first Exynos 9-branded chip from Samsung and the company has quietly unveiled its successor. The Exynos...

Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018) Could Feature An Infinity Display

11/10/2017, Smartphone makers usually keep their best features for their flagship phones, and we guess it makes sense because customers shopping for low-end or mid-range handsets might be more concerned about price and less about features. However the good news is...

Apple Reportedly Beat Out Samsung In Smartphone Sales Last Quarter

11/07/2017, The rivalry between Apple and Samsung is a pretty well-known one, and just recently Samsung released an ad that not-so-subtly made fun of the iPhone, and while we have to admit that the ad was clever and funny and did raise some good points, it looks like...