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New Samsung DeX Pad Shown Off In Latest Leak

02/08/2018, Last year alongside the Galaxy S8, Samsung also announced the DeX Station dock. This is an accessory for the phone that when connected to a display, will allow users to use their phones like a computer, similar to Windows 10’s Continuum feature. It has...

Video Shows Galaxy S7 Edge Running Android Oreo

02/08/2018, Samsung finally released the Android 8.0 Oreo update for the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8+ earlier today. While it’s only being rolled out to those who participated in the beta program and that too in Europe for now, it appears that at least one...

Android Oreo Update For Samsung Galaxy S8 Now Rolling Out

02/08/2018, As you might have heard, Samsung has concluded the beta testing of the Android 8.0 Oreo update for the Samsung Galaxy S8, which means that we should be pretty close to an official release. The good news is that it looks like we didn’t have to wait too...


Samsung, Roku Smart TVs Found To Be Vulnerable To Hacking

02/07/2018, Back in the day, our TVs were simply displays that showed movies, the news, TV series, documentaries, and more from television broadcast stations. Nowadays our TVs have gotten smarter, allowing us to download apps, surf the web, play games, watch internet...

Samsung Unveils 3D Cinema LED Screen For Theaters

02/07/2018, Samsung launched its Cinema LED Screen for theaters last year. The company has consistently said that this product overcomes the limitations of conventional film projectors in theaters with its 4,096 x 2,160 4K resolution picture quality, true black HDR,...

Early Galaxy S10 Rumor Hints At Focus On Artificial Intelligence

02/06/2018, We’re still a couple of weeks away from the official announcement of the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+ and yet a China-based source has floated an early Galaxy S10 rumor. Amid reports that next year’s flagship smartphone from Samsung might be...

Samsung Galaxy S9 Could Feature Bixby-Guided Phone Setup

02/06/2018, Setting a new phone isn’t too difficult, but for those who aren’t too tech savvy, it might seem like a daunting task, especially if you’re switching between brands and aren’t familiar with the new UI that is presented on the phone. However with...

Samsung’s Galaxy S Phones Could Be Rebranded In 2019

02/06/2018, For the longest time ever, Samsung has been branding their flagship phones with the Galaxy S moniker, and right now we are at the Galaxy S9. So what happens come 2019? Will we be seeing Samsung use the Galaxy S10? That does feel a tad unwieldy in terms of...

New Renders & Colors Of The Samsung Galaxy S9 Leaked

02/05/2018, A couple of weeks ago, leakster Evan Blass posted a render of what appeared to be the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+. The phones certainly look like what many had expected based on the rumors, which is that they will retain the design of the Galaxy S8 and S8+,...

iPad Continues To Rule The Tablet Market

02/05/2018, Even though the global tablet market has seen better days, Apple continues to be the leader, outselling its biggest rivals. Latest data from industry tracker IDC shows that Apple sold more tablets than both Samsung and Amazon combined. Apple itself...

Samsung Demonstrates First Prototype 5G Tablet With Verizon And KT

02/05/2018, Samsung continues to work on the advancement of 5G technology. It has demonstrated its capabilities multiple times and this time around, Samsung demonstrated its first 5G tablet prototype with Verizon and South Korean carrier KT. The demonstration...

Galaxy S9 Cases And Fast Wireless Charger Surface In New Leak

02/05/2018, Just because the Galaxy S9 launch draws near with each passing day doesn’t mean that we’ll stop seeing leaks concerning the handset in the days leading up to the event. A new image is making the rounds online possibly showing off some official...

Global Smartphone Shipments Declined In 2017

02/04/2018, The latest data from market research firm IDC reveals that global smartphone shipments declined slightly in 2017 with vendors shipping 1.472 billion units last year compared to 1.473 billion units in 2016, registering a decline of less than one percent....