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Samsung Galaxy S8 Active: Why?

by Joshua Vergara 20 hours ago0 comments

Here’s how we’re already living in 1984

by Adam Sinicki 23 hours ago0 comments

Are smartphones still getting faster? Does Moore’s law still apply?

by Adam Sinicki 2 days ago0 comments

The history of Android OS: its name, origin and more

by John Callaham 4 days ago0 comments
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Samsung Q4 earnings may beat market forecasts, shares skyrocket

Despite the Note 7 fiasco, Samsung is expected to report record-high, forecast-beating Q4 earnings, and its shares are at an all-time high.
by Brian ReighJanuary 3, 20174

Samsung might let you download Secure Folder with Nougat

It looks like Samsung is considering adding Secure Folder as a downloadable feature with the official Galaxy S7 Nougat update.
by Brian ReighDecember 13, 20169

Samsung France is giving out 128GB microSD cards to Galaxy Note 7 buyers

Samsung France is sending out 128GB microSD cards to purchasers of the Galaxy Note 7.
by David ImelNovember 23, 201617

Sprint says majority of Note 7 users opting for another Samsung device

According to Marcelo Claure, Sprint’s CEO, the majority of Note 7 customers are sticking with another Samsung device, mainly the Galaxy S7.
by Brian ReighOctober 25, 201681

We’re just full of bad ideas today | Podcast 084

The Note 7 is discontinued and Josh learns a terrible truth. Lanh and David join to talk Nougat 7.1 and Xperia XZ!
by Joshua VergaraOctober 17, 20161

Samsung brings new emojis to Galaxy Note7 with battery icon update

It seems like the South Korean tech giant has finally decided to bring Unicode 9.0 emoji support to the Galaxy Note7 with the “green battery icon” update.
by Brian ReighOctober 3, 201620
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