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We've been hearing about the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini for a while, but now the rumor phase is over. The phone is now official!
Wondering what's next for LG? LG Mobile's European VP Kim Wong has just spilled the beans on quite a bit of the company's plans going forward.
Recently Foxconn and Mozilla announced they were working together on a Firefox OS related project. Now rumors have surfaced suggesting it will be a tablet.
The "Samsung Premiere 2013" event is scheduled to take place in London on June 20 and we're expecting to see at least a few new additions to the GALAXY and ATIV lines from the company.
Think the Samsung Galaxy S4 is pretty great? Things are only getting started, as several variants could be one their way in the near...
Samsung has finally come forward to confirm that they are in fact pushing the line between smartphone and tablet with their new Samsung Galaxy Mega line.
The Nokia Lumia 920 is going up against the Samsung Galaxy S4 in a video stabilization test.
AT&T has announced that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be available for pre-order starting April 16.
If you're in the market for a 10.1-inch Android tablet and you don't want to make any real sacrifices on quality or performance, the Asus MeMo Pad Smart ME301T-A1-BL could be just the thing.
With the Samsung Galaxy S4 launch due on Thursday, we decided to take a quick look at what will possibly be appearing on the new flagship phone.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is just around the corner, and we are all likely wondering the same question: can the HTC One compete against the upcoming handset?
Samsung has announced their Galaxy Note 8.0 which will be competing against the Nexus 7 and the iPad Mini.
Today Canonical unveiled their Ubuntu for tablets interface, and it looks every bit as intriguing as what they are attempting to do with Ubuntu for Phones.
It looks Android 4.2.2 is starting to roll out to Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7 and the Nexus 10. The update was first reported to...
Ahead of MWC, Chinese tablet and smartphone vendor, ZTE, has now unveiled a brand new tablet called the ZTE V81.
When the Sony Xperia ZL arrives this year it will be facing off against many other strong handsets out on the market today. Probably the biggest flagship to beat in the Android world would be the Samsung Galaxy S3-- at least until the Samsung Galaxy S4 arrives later in the year.
If you'd prefer something far more pocketable, then you may be interested in the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Pocket Plus. See, it's right there in the name that it'll fit in your pocket.
As expected, the Huawei Ascend Mate touched down at CES last week, bringing us a massive 6.1-inch phablet that is ready to face off against established players in the phablet space, namely Samsung and their Galaxy Note 2.
Samsung refuses to let the Samsung Galaxy S2 die, it seems. They have now officially announced a newer, improved version of the aging handset under the name Galaxy S2 PLUS. While it doesn't have many external changes and looks nearly identical to the S2, it did get some notable upgrades under the hood.
With the tablet market exploding, specifically in the 7 inch range, it is a surprise that Samsung has not done more to gain market share. The Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 has been out for long enough with not enough return. Now, according to a benchmark posted on GLBenchmark, Samsung might be making another tablet in this category.
A huge shift is coming for the South Korean based company Samsung. The Korea Times reports that Samsung is planning to focus on organic light emitting diode displays (OLED) and flexible plastic based displays in place of traditional liquid crystal displays (LCD) going forward.
Samsung has now officially released a teaser trailer, saying that “Something New” is coming for CES 2013. Before you get too excited, odds are against this being the revelation of the Samsung Galaxy S4. Why? For starters, the S4 would be an improvement, but not really something new.
While the Samsung Galaxy S3 hasn't been on the market that terribly long, that doesn't stop the world from thinking about what's just around the corner. Just a few months after the Galaxy S3 was released and became popular, rumors began to surface about the next-generation Galaxy S.
Yes, I know that you can head on over to your wireless provider of choice and get a new smartphone for a reduced price when you sign on with a contract, but that's just not suitable for some people. Some people prefer to have their phones unsubsidized and out of contractual obligations, so if you want a unlocked Galaxy Note II, this is the deal for you.
One of the joy's of owning a Nexus device, other than getting the latest OS before everyone else, is the fact that Google offers modders more access and control of these devices in the way of publicly downloadable factory images.
Samsung have decided that every pocket needs it’s own projector, and so are launching their nifty looking Beam Projector.
The Samsung Galaxy S III Mini was announced last month, but Samsung didn't make it clear whether the smaller cousin of the full-size S3 would be made available for the US market. That answer has now been provided courtesy of Amazon
Remember how you could get a free $25 credit toward the Google Play store when you bought a Google Nexus 7 tablet? Now, it's even better if you decided to pick up a Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone, because you'll be getting a free $50 Google Play credit to spend as you see fit.
Here's a nice combo deal for anyone in the market for both a new tablet and a new HDTV, or even if you're just shopping for a new television and would like an added bonus.
The idea of foldable and flexible smartphone screen from Samsung is nothing new. We've been hearing rumors about the technology for a while, though we've yet to see an actual product utilizing the technology. This might be changing beginning next year with the introduction of the Samsung GT-B9150.
Many school systems across the globe have made switches to tablets and e-readers. Having a digital solution like this means kids don't have to carry heavy backpacks full of books, which can lead to back issues in the long run. It also can save the educational system money since the e-books are generally cheaper than text copies, of course you also have to pay the huge cost of the tablet/e-reader initially.
The TransPhone by ExoTablet, a frankestein creation of technology, merging the smartphone and tablet using a sliding dock mechanism. The concept is ingenius, but can it satisfy a road warriors insatiable need to find that all-in-one device?
Samsung has recently sent out a (German) press invite for an event on October 11th. What is the event all about? Rumors suggest it might be the announcement of a smaller version of the Galaxy S3.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has officially been unveiled at the Berlin Unpacked Event.
Yes, the newest hotness in town is the Samsung Galaxy S III, but you may not be prepared for the $700+ outright price to get your hands on an unlocked one. Go ahead and save yourself over $300 by picking up an unlocked Samsung Galaxy S II instead.
Being the playful sort, Samsung has now unveiled a teaser video for hte Galaxy Note 2. Samsung has enlisted film director Wim Wenders for the teaser video, and makes certain to never clearly show off the new Note device, though you can see the S-Pen in action.
Turning to designer Patrik Eriksson, we find what he calls the Pocket Tablet Concept. It's meant to be "a happy marriage between a smartphone and... a tablet."
The new Galaxy Note 10.1 GT-N8000 is so easy to root that the method for doing so was discovered almost instantly after the announcement of the new tablet. What's involved? Not much actually, and the best part is that rooting the way mentioned below will still allow you to get OTA updates.
The Samsung and Apple continue to fight a constant global legal war against one another, with every little legal battle pushing the scale in on direction or the other, but largely seeming to go nowhere. Recently Apple won a bit of a victory with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7's German ban extending its way to the entire EU.
On a purely official basis, the only device that supposed to have Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is the newly announced Nexus 7 tablet, but it looks like the Samsung Galaxy Nexus smartphone can get some Jelly Bean action too.
When the original Galaxy Note first arrived on scene there was a fair amount of buzz. Was the note a smartphone or was it a tablet? Samsung's Galaxy Note managed to blend both worlds together and in doing so created a unique yet useful smartphone device. Apparently they have no regrets and are preparing to do it all over again with a next-generation unit which will supposedly arrive in October to better compete against the next iPhone.
At a special Samsung event in Europe, pictures of the revised Galaxy Note tablet have surfaced. Samsung has considerably revised the tablet compared to when we first saw it at MWC, retooling the design to make room for the stylus while also beefing the device up with a quad-core Exynos processor.
Toshiba’s Thrive tablets were certainly not crowd favorites, and the company, after listening to customer complaints, has introduced a new line of tablets in the Excite line. It’s a good thing that they are changing their designs and bringing out pretty looking devices: the 7.7″ tablet which has the same AMOLED display on the Galaxy Tab 7.7 and the 10″ Excite with a resolution of 1280 x 800. But why in the world have they decided to include an unnecessarily large 13″ model in the list?
I had started working on a smartphone stabilizer for my iPhone 4 about 9 months ago now. I purchased all kinds of mini tripods, accessories, and some carbon fiber parts from the local RC shop. It was a pretty sad attempt at macgyvering something, and I wasn't satisfied with the results, so I just shelved it and thought that someone else will eventually create something. Today, it has nearly come to reality.
Rumors about a so-called Nexus tablet from Google have been flying around for a while. What you see above comes to us from Pocketnow and the pictured device is purported to be the search giant’s upcoming tablet. Could it be the cheap stock Android Nexus tablet meant to compete against the new iPad?
The Samsung Galaxy Note, oh what a debate this 5.3-inch Android smablet (smartphone-tablet) has created. Some haters hate it, because, well, they love to hate things. And others love it, mainly because of its beautiful bright display. I'm going to address a few things with this review because in all honesty, we need to evolve the way we use "smart" devices. And there are a lot of underlying issues that people just don't talk about, or have a clue about. If we're not using these devices with any sense, then we're not really going to have the best experience in the long term.
It's been postulated for some time that Google was working on a so-called Nexus tablet that would fundamentally follow in the footsteps of its Nexus family of smartphones. Now, we're hearing that it could be Asus that will be charged with building the pure Google tablet.
There are all kinds of rumors swirling around that Google is preparing a self-branded Android tablet, but apparently it's not joining the Nexus family. Instead, it could be called the Google "Play" tablet.
The race to ultra slimness has taken on bulemic supermodel proportions. Shaving off those precious millimeters is the newly introduced Toshiba Excite 10 LE. The Android tablet is about as thin as it gets with its 7.7mm profile.
The Mobile World Congress is right around the corner, but LG surprisingly has officially announced their Optimus Vu, the company’s answer to the Samsung Galaxy Note little ahead of schedule.