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Samsung comes 2nd in U.S. list of most reputable tech firms

Samsung Electronics Co. came second in a recent U.S. survey of the most reputable technology companies, while Amazon.com Inc. held on to the top spot, according to foreign media reports and industry sources on Sunday. The survey by Reputation Institute, a U.S. Show More Summary

Samsung Gear 360 and new Gear VR are now available in Canada, priced $499 and $139

Alongside one of the most hotly anticipated Samsung Note iterations yet, the Samsung Gear 360 camera and Gear VR refresh are now available in Canada. The Samsung Gear 360, a camera capable of taking video that span a full 360 degrees is priced at $499.99. Show More Summary

Android Nougat comes out of beta

Google surprised everyone when it launched a public beta of the Android Nougat back in March. Annual updates are nothing new for Android, but not only did this announcement come very early, it also offered users the option to easily install the beta with an over-the-air update. Show More Summary

Here’s how you can save $300 on a Galaxy Note 7 from Verizon

The Galaxy Note 7 is undoubtedly the hottest Android smartphone on the market right now and provided that you’re based in the United States and are willing to purchase one, there’s a way for you to save $300 on a Galaxy Note 7 from Verizon, the country’s largest mobile carrier. Show More Summary

Samsung rolls out August security patch for the Galaxy Note 4 in Europe

Samsung is in the midst of distributing this month’s security maintenance update to all factory unlocked variants of the Galaxy Note 4 located in Europe. As outlined by the firm in a post over on its official Security Blog, the upgrade,...Show More Summary

Samsung Connect auto

About This Product You’re attached to your car, but now you can be truly connected with Samsung Connect auto. Just plug it into your car’s onboard diagnostic (OBD) port and forget about it. With the built-in Wi-Fi® hotspot, your passengers...Show More Summary

Cityscape Rio Xperia Theme released by Sony

Just as the Rio Olympics are coming to a close, Sony Mobile has released a new Xperia theme to celebrate the beautiful city. It’s a very nice theme using Brazil’s colours and a silhouette of Christ the Redeemer. If you want to download it, click here http://www.xperiablog.net/ [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

Huawei Ranked No.1 for Revenue Growth in TBR’s Data Center Benchmark Report for Two Consecutive Quarters

Technology Business Research (TBR), a leading ICT market research and consulting firm, has released a Data Center Benchmark report, which has ranked Huawei’s data centers as the No.1 globally with a revenue growth rate of 24.7% in Q1 2016. For two consecutive quarters now, Q4 2015 and Q1 2016, Huawei has ranked first. Show More Summary

Huawei’s FastConnect Fibre Access Terminal Wins Red Dot Award for its Design Concept

Huawei announced today that its FastConnect FAT (Fiber Access Terminal) won the annual Red Dot Award for its Design Concept. The innovative ergonomic design of the FastConnect connector provides a unique spatial layout, which facilitates...Show More Summary

Huawei to Hold First-ever HUAWEI CONNECT Conference to "Shape the Cloud"

Huawei today held a media pre-briefing to announce details about HUAWEI CONNECT 2016, an event that will take place in Shanghai from August 31 to September 2, 2016. HUAWEI CONNECT 2016 is Huawei's first global annual flagship event that...Show More Summary

Samsung Expands AddWash Washing Machine Range with ‘Washer-Dryer Combo’ and ‘Slim’ Lineups

Samsung Electronics today announced the addition of two new AddWash lineups – the Washer-Dryer Combo and the Slim, which will be displayed at IFA 2016. The move, reflecting strong consumer demand for the original AddWash WW8500 introduced...Show More Summary

New S Health Lets Users Team Up to Tone Up

Samsung’s S Health is a connected personal health service featuring industry-leading fitness coaching that has helped over 180 million global users track their daily fitness data, measuring distance, speed, heart rate and calories burned, among other health-related information. Show More Summary

LEVEL Active Headsets Offers Great Sound While Exercising

The LEVEL headset series is expanding with the release of the LEVEL Active, a Bluetooth-enabled headset specially designed for exercise and outdoor activities. For people on the move, having headphones that fit comfortably is essential. Show More Summary

Olympic Games Rio 2016 Athletes Visit the Samsung Galaxy Studio in Olympic Park

Earlier this month, Samsung Electronics, Worldwide Olympic Partner in the Wireless Communications Equipment category, unveiled the Galaxy Studio in Olympic Park for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Since its opening, fans and Olympian athletes...Show More Summary

Samsung Electronics Takes Connectivity to The Next Level for Athletes and fans at The Rio 2016 Olympic Games

Samsung Electronics, Worldwide Olympic Partner in the Wireless Communications Equipment category, saw connectivity and digital interactions taken to the next level for athletes and fans during Rio 2016 Olympic Games. With Samsung Galaxy...Show More Summary

Lesotho Marathon Runner and Star of Samsung's Olympic Games Documentary 'A Fighting Chance' Tsepo Mathibelle Visits Samsung Galaxy Studio in Olympic Park to Meet with Fans and Test Out The Latest Samsung Tec Echnology

Tsepo Mathibelle, a marathon runner from Lesotho looking to defy all odds during the Rio 2016 Olympic Games and improve upon his last place finish at the London 2012 Olympic Games, visited the Samsung Galaxy Studio in Olympic Park on Wednesday, August 17. Show More Summary

Twitter's night mode comes to iOS

It was only a matter of time before Twitter brought its night mode to iOS, and sure enough, it's here. The social network has started rolling out a settings tweak that, like on Android, lets you shift to a darker color scheme to avoid straining your eyes (or because you prefer the look, of course). Show More Summary