Samsung unveiled its new package on package (PoP) design for its Polaris SSD controllers. PoP designs, which combine the memory and the logic into one discrete (but still separate) package, allow the company to squeeze more NAND onto the M.2 form factor.
Mobile payments company Square has released its contactless and chip card reader in Australia. The reader is aimed at small and medium businesses (SMBs) and comes at a time when smartphone payment services like Apple Pay, Samsung Pay and Android Pay are still quite new to the country. Here are the details. More »
Samsung's Galaxy Note7 nightmare just won't end. After an official recall of its Note7 phone with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and the banning of the faulty devices on flights by the Federal Aviation Administration,...Show More Summary
Samsung Electronics Co., South Korean tech behemoth, said Monday that it has launched a startups-incubating program in Israel as part of its efforts to help promising startups expand their presence. The Samsung NEXT Tel Aviv will serve as a center for startups there. Show More Summary
Samsung Pay has received a long-awaited server-side update in the United States. The upgrade introduces compatibility for Capital One credit cards in the region, in addition to a multitude of bug fixes, stability improvements and speed...Show More Summary
Is your smartphone’s battery life not quite what it used to be? Can’t go a full day without needing to recharge? If your answer to both of those questions is yes, then why not take advantage of this fantastic Amazon deal? While stock...Show More Summary
Samsung cannot catch a break lately, with some South Korean consumers registering complaints about the replacement units received as part of the Galaxy Note7 recall. According to the Wall Street Journal (via XDA-Developers), the new devices have reportedly been overheating and losing battery power too quickly. Show More Summary
With cell phones being such a big part of our lives these days, buying the right glass screen protector might …
They held out for a long time, but Capital One is finally joining the list of major banks currently supporting Samsung Pay.
Samsung wants to slash SSD prices by 2020, with a 512GB drive matching the price of a 1TB HDD today. Samsung will need to cut prices by nearly 70% if it wants to pull that off.
It's a bit earlier to take any rumor about the impending Samsung Galaxy S8 without a huge dosing of salt, but it doesn't hurt to talk about it. The latest rumor comes from Weibo, with the leakster giving us some early specs and features to salivate over.
Capital One was one of the very few remaining major banks who hadn't yet gotten on board for Samsung Pay. Well, that finally changes today, with the company making a number of their cards compatible with the service.
Electronics giant licenses a superhydrophobic film for glass screens developed by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory that's supposed to repel water, reduce light reflection and resist fingerprints and smudges.
Capital One, one of the last remaining major banks to avoid Samsung Pay, has finally joined as a supported card. The announcement came today via the Samsung Pay app and appears to include a good chunk of Capital One cards. According...Show More Summary
Samsung’s beleaguered Galaxy Note 7 has just been hit with its latest embarrassing incident after reports that its replacement batteries (you know, the one which don’t set fire to family Jeeps) quickly overheat and lose battery power. Show More Summary
Samsung is reportedly relaunching the Galaxy Note 7 in India on October 7 on the strength of a big-ticket marketing campaign meant to dispel the public’s negative perception of the handset.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 may be the most recent product to face a recall, but it's not the only tech product to be yanked off the shelves.
Looking for a battery pack to keep your phone topped up on the go? Samsung's 10,200mAh pack might not have the biggest capacity you can find, but for the quality and compatibility -- and a today-only price tag of $49.99 -- it's one of the better buys.