The US may soon join Australia, Canada, and New Zealand on the list of countries where Samsung has disabled the Galaxy Note 7. Samsung is reportedly [...]
After the huge blunder with its iconic series of smartphones, Samsung's boat is in deep waters. Is towing the line of other successful companies going to be its only damage control strategy?
Samsung may have ruined the Galaxy S8 even before launch...
By Timothy Holbrook, Professor of Law, Emory University. Matt Wade, CC BY-SA When the Supreme Court took up Apple’s case alleging Samsung had stolen its patented iPhone designs for Samsung’s own smartphones, product designers, lawyers and corporate executives were paying close attention. The case...
Hey, guy who refuses to return his Galaxy Note 7, your time is almost up. After giving you close to two full months to return your mini bomb following a second and final recall, Samsung may take measures into its own hands by remotely...Show More Summary
In 2014, Facebook acquired Oculus—a scrappy start-up dedicated to resurrecting virtual reality—for $2 billion. Since then, every major player in the tech space (from Google and Microsoft to Sony and Samsung) has begun to prepare for a very virtual future. Show More Summary
On December 15, Samsung may release an update to Galaxy Note 7 smartphones in the US that would stop the phones' batteries from charging.
Say goodnight, Gracie. Apparently, the Verge received an image from a Galaxy Note 7 user on US Cellular today about the fate of the now-deceased Note 7 line. In the photo, a message saying it was from US Cellular states: AS OF DEC. 15, SAMSUNG WILL MODIFY THE SOFTWARE TO PREVENT THE GALAXY NOTE7 FROM CHARGING. Show More Summary
Samsung acquired Harman for $8 billion last month mostly for their automotive technology, but that doesn’t mean they won’t be putting all their audio expertise to good use. Fonearena, citing unnamed sources, is reporting that their upcoming Galaxy S8 smartphone will have dual stereo speakers, marking a significant improvement over previous models. Show More Summary
The Galaxy S8 will also feature a larger, bezel-less display, according to Bloomberg.
Samsung’s Galaxy S6 came out with a revolutionary design, a gorgeous display that wrapped around the edges. Samsung then used the same edge design for its Galaxy S7 and Note 7 devices, without really explaining why we’d need a curved display, other than it looks cool and feels great in hand. Show More Summary
On Thursday morning, Samsung unveiled the seventh color option for the Galaxy S7 edge: Black Pearl. The glossy black colorway will be exclusive to the 128GB version of the flagship phone, and will debut in select markets (though Samsung doesn't say which) on Friday, December 9th. Show More Summary
According to a report out of Bloomberg, the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Edge will sport all-screen front designs, much like Xiaomi introduced with their new Mi Mix phone. We’re talking mostly bezel-less designs that laugh at companies who have bragged in the past about screen-to-bezel ratios. Show More Summary
Potentially beating Apple to the punch in some regards, Samsung's next flagship -- the Galaxy S8 -- will allegedly have an edge-to-edge, bezel-free display in all forms, and omit a physical home button in favor of a "virtual" one embedded in the glass.
Make it easier on yourself to charge your phone while you stay in bed or on the couch with a 3-pack of these 10-ft Samsung-Certified Micro-USB Cables, on sale for $25. These cables are ready to charge your smartphone, tablets, cameras,...Show More Summary
Rumors have emerged which suggest Samsung’s Galaxy S8 handset will come equipped with a true edge-to-edge display. The South Korean tech giant is in dire need of a success story after the exploding Note 7 catastrophe approximately cost it some $5 billion. Both Apple and Samsung have long coveted a bezel-less design, and now Bloomberg reports it will […]
Try as they might, Qualcomm and Samsung are still not able to outperform Apple’s A-series mobile chips. The iPhone 7 is the undisputed king when it comes to mobile performance, both in benchmark tests and real-life use. Even the 2015...Show More Summary
Samsung has a new color for the Galaxy S7 Edge this week, available in select markets beginning tomorrow, December 9. The new color is named Black Pearl, and if I didn’t know any better, I’d say it’s quite reminiscent of Apple’s “Jet Black” for the iPhone 7. Show More Summary
Follow up to the much maligned Note 7 said to also ditch the physical home button.