Samsung Comeback Messaging Phone Launches Tomorrow

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Some people want access to a full QWERTY keyboard for messaging purposes, but they don’t want to deal with the increased complexities of a true smartphone. T-Mobile seems to recognize this phenomenon, seeing how we’ve seen the Sidekick devices for years. Well, they’re expanding this concept with the pending launch of the Samsung Comeback. On […]

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Samsung Patent Points Toward Winged QWERTY Phone

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You want the smaller footprint and larger display that can be afforded by phones like the iPhone and HTC Touch Diamond, but you miss the availability of a physical keyboard. Many handsets overcome this with slide-out keyboards, but Samsung is taking a wholly different approach if this patent is to be believed. It’s almost like […]

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Samsung and Vodafone Offer a More Stylish Way to Work?

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It seems pretty easy to get caught up in the latest BlackBerry or iPhone release, but that doesn’t mean that you should forget about the other smartphone manufacturers in the game. If you hop over to the United Kingdom, you’ll find that Samsung is reportedly offering a “more stylish way to work” in the form […]

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Samsung Omnia i900 Runs Google Android Too

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It looks like you don’t necessarily have to wait for new devices in order to get your hands on a “new” Google Android phone, because a few existing smartphones can now be loaded up with Google’s latest mobile platform. Just as we saw with the HTC Touch Diamond and Touch Pro, the Samsung Omnia i900 […]

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SanDisk and Samsung Kiss and Make Up over Flash Memory Patents

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We’ve been following this emotional rollercoaster for quite some time. In the fall of last year, we heard that Samsung wanted to buy SanDisk to snatch up those valuable flash chip patents. SanDisk subsequently said no, only to have Samsung withdraw its offer anyway. Since then, the relationship between the two companies has been nothing […]

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Buy a Samsung Slyde from Koodo, Get a Free iPod Shuffle

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If you’re looking to save a few bucks in this economy, you should probably keep your eye out for deals and bargains that will keep those dollars in your pocket. This applies to our cell phone addictions too, not only in terms of hardware purchases, but also accompanying accessories and monthly price plans. And it […]

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AT&T Completes Jack Trifecta with Samsung i637 Smartphone

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I thought that the touchscreen-equipped Samsung Epix was supposed to be the third phone in the Blackjack series, but I guess I was wrong. Here is the true Samsung BlackJack III, also known as the Samsung i637 Jack from AT&T. And this is where I get slightly confused too. Over on Fido and Rogers in […]

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Samsung Yepp Popcorn MP3 Player Integrates Free Pedo

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Get your mind out of the gutter. I don’t mean that kind of pedo. The latest batch of MP3 players from Samsung come with the cute snack-inducing name, but the Popcorn is also there to help you trim a few inches off the waist. The Samsung Yepp Popcorn looks like a fairly standard flash-based MP3 […]

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Video: Samsung Alias 2 “Magic Keypad” in Action

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I like the tactile response that I get from physical buttons. At the same time, I appreciate the vastly increased versatility that a touchscreen is able to provide. Fitting somewhere in the middle is this new phone from Samsung. Easily the most notable feature on the Samsung Alias 2 is the “Magic Keypad.” IT makes […]

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QWERTY-Packing Samsung Vice Slides Over to Bell Mobility for $50

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Aside from the growing interest in smartphones among the non-corporate market, it seems that one of the bigger trends in the Canadian cell phone landscape lately is the growing popularity of QWERTY “dumb” phones. These are regular phones tha just so happen to have full QWERTY keyboards for texting and email purposes. Bell’s continuing this […]

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Samsung I7500 Android Phone: First Live Pictures

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We had known for some time that Samsung was working on Android phone and now those rumors have come to fruition. The Samsung I7500 has been officially announced and we even have a few of the first live pictures to boot. Apparently announced over the weekend, the Samsung I7500 is the first Google Android phone […]

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Samsung Omnia Pro Adds Slide-Out QWERTY Keyboard

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Other people may disagree, but I still believe that there is no touchscreen that will ever truly replace the utility of a hardware QWERTY keyboard. I like having the true tactile feedback and the ability to have my thumbs touch the keys without something actually being typed. The response is just better. At least for […]

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Sprint Officially Launches Samsung Instinct S30

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It was just under a year ago that we were formally introduced to the first Samsung Instinct from Sprint and, a couple of months later, the touchscreen phone arrived in Canada. It was a valiant effort from Samsung, but I felt that it was lacking. Rumors picked up about a possible Instinct Mini and those […]

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Samsung S8000 Android Phone Confirmed

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Most of us were reasonably certain that Samsung would be producing an Android phone at some point in the very near future, because the Korean firm is a very active part of the Open Handset Alliance. The rumors pointed toward no fewer than three Android handsets this year, but we’ve only see blurry spy shots […]

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Via Nano-Powered Samsung N20 Netbook Now On Sale

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Do you remember the guys at Via? When the whole netbook thing first hit the scene, you largely had your choice between two main processors. Some manufacturers opted for an Intel Celeron chip, whereas others went for the Via C7-M. When the Intel Atom CPU was released, however, Via fell far into the background. Aiming […]

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