Lenovo's Phab and Phab Plus phablets are intriguing, inexpensive alternatives to pricier phablets such as Samsung's Galaxy Note series -- but you won't be able to get one in North America or Europe.
Samsung presumably has spilled the beans on its new Galaxy Note phones already. And it has a new smartwatch. And a new tablet. But there's a hall full of baying tech journalists. We're sure Samsung has more to tell us. You can watch it all go down right here. Show More Summary
Samsung is reportedly testing out a new 18.4-inch tablet on South Korean telecom providers to determine the demand for a larger-sized slate.
Taking place this week in Berlin, IFA 2015 has seen the […]
Smart Home Technology is the latest trend in easy living. All you need is an internet connection and you can control most of your appliances in just a few swipes and taps on your smartphones or tablets. Smart Home also has security features that can protect your home from burglars and other threats. But, let […]
If there’s one tech giant that makes some noise at the IFA 2015 gadget expo in Berlin every year, it’s Samsung. Here’s how you can watch all the action live from the company’s press conference. More »
OPINION: Samsung hasn’t had an easy start with its Android-replacement operating system Tizen, though by now many more tech consumers should have at least heard of its name — and perhaps even used it without realising. Tizen — which like Android is based on the Linux kernel — has been powering a few of Samsung’s devices for a […]
While the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime (there’s also a Value Edition) that hails from Verizon, carrying the SM-G830P model number, has picked up its Android 5.1.1 Lollipop firmware update not too long ago, this does not mean that other...Show More Summary
These days, it seems like there are just two main smartphones to choose from – Apple’s iPhone and Samsung’s Galaxy. Both companies offer several versions of each model and have really dominated the market. Sony is hoping to shake things … More » The post Sony Xperia Z5 to Take on iPhone and Galaxy appeared first on EveryJoe.
Today, Panasonic tentatively waded into the world of 4K OLED TVs with a new 65-inch set, following the successes of LG and Samsung with the relatively new display technology. More »
Apple's epic legal battle with Samsung still isn't over. The post Yep, Apple And Samsung Are Going to Court Again appeared first on WIRED.
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. has officially unveiled it […]
Think the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus and 5.7-inch Galaxy Note 5 are huge phablets? They're tiny compared to Lenovo's two new giant phones. Lenovo announced on Wednesday two of the biggest smartphones we've ever seen, bigger than Samsung's Galaxy Mega: the 6.8-inch Phab Plus and 6.98-inch Phab. Show More Summary
Samsung and LG might have been first to market with Android Wear smartwatches, but the Moto 360 was the first that really got people excited. Now, after innumerable leaks, Motorola's finally ready to talk about the sequel it's been working on behind closed doors. Show More Summary
"Phablet" may be a horrible word, but it was a pretty accurate descriptor when Samsung launched its then-massive Galaxy Note way back in 2011. Since then, it's become difficult to find a premium smartphone that doesn't have a screen measuring well over 5 inches, thus making the term phablet a bit unnecessary. Show More Summary
After Samsung, Huawei, and Fossil introduced new circle-faced smartwatches of their own in August, Motorola is now rolling out a new lineup of its popular wheel-shaped Moto 360 Android Wear watches, with preorders opening Wednesday.
Round comes around. Samsung adopts the traditional watch shape for its latest smartwatch. The Gear S2 has a 1.2? 360×360 Super AMOLED display and runs Samsung’s Tizen OS. A variant will offer 3G connectivity.
The long-running legal struggle between Apple and Samsung has been put on hold temporarily, to resume at some point next year. Judge Lucy Koh has set a new spring 2016 time frame for a new damages trail that will determine, again, what Samsung owes Apple. Show More Summary
A few weeks ago, Samsung announced a new promotion called “Ultimate Test Drive,” wherein iPhone users (and only iPhone users) could sign up to receive a Galaxy smartphone and try it out for a month, for just a $1 processing fee. Consumerist reader Alex figured he might as well take Samsung up on its offer, and signed up to get … [More]
Judge Lucy Koh has ordered a jury trial for early 2016 to decide how much money in damages Samsung should pay out to Apple over patent violations.