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    Samsung’s 2015 SUHD TVs Pack in Nano-Crystals

    Samsung’s new line of SUHD TVs were the centerpiece of the company’s showing at CES earlier this year. At the Spring Launch event, Samsung announced pricing and availability details for its first production run of those new wonder televisions. Meant to be Samsung’s flagship line of televisions (the ‘S’ being the same as the one […]

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    Samsung Portable SSD T1 Review – A Crazy Little and Fast Drive

    Usually, when we talk about external storage, we’re either looking at USB thumb drives with relatively small amounts of flash memory or external hard disks with higher capacities. External SSDs are still an uncommon sight, mainly because solid state storage costs so much more—that’s why USB thumb drives usually have no more than 16 GB […]

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    Samsung Level Box Bluetooth Speaker Review

    Samsung has worked their way into yet another popular market: portable bluetooth speakers. The new Samsung Level Box is a beautiful looking portable Bluetooth speaker with a 15 hour battery, NFC pairing, and built-in speakerphone. Samsung knows how to market, but do they know how to build a portable speaker? Read on to see how […]

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    Sharing is Caring with Samsung’s Power Sharing Cable

    The battery performance on the Galaxy S5 is pretty good! It might even last you longer than a full work or school day. So, Samsung is making the most subtle of boasts by releasing the Power Sharing Cable, a double-ended Micro USB cable. The Power Sharing cable lets you use all of that generous excess […]

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    Samsung Patiently Waits For iPhone 6 Release, Then Announces Galaxy Alpha Availability at AT&T

    During their announcement in August of the Galaxy Alpha, a new, metal-framed riff on the Galaxy S5, Samsung put the release date as ‘eh, sometime in September.’ They might as well have said, ‘Well, we’ll wait until Apple does their thing, then we’ll go.’ Today, Samsung has announced that the Galaxy Alpha will arrive exclusively […]

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    Samsung Enters High-End DSLR Market with the NX1 SMART Camera

    Samsung is jumping into the high-end DSLR market in a big—and expensive—way with the NX1 SMART camera, a premium interchangeable-lens camera that can record video in 4k. The NX1 SMART Camera has a 28 MP BSI CMOS sensor and a DRIMe V Image Processor. The hardware and image processor are advanced enough to record 4k […]

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    Where are the Smartwatches for Women?

    If 2013 was the year of the fitness tracker, 2014 is turning out to be the year of the smart watch. To that effect, each mobile company at IFA in Berlin this week, had their own smart watch to debut. At each press conference, I anxiously awaited to get a hands on with that perspective […]

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    Samsung Galaxy Note Edge Hands-on

    For the past couple of years, it’s consistently been Samsung that’s been willing to experiment with their high-end products, giving us new things to consider. This year was no different, as Samsung announced the Galaxy Note Edge at their Unpacked event this week. The Galaxy Note Edge is almost the same exact phone as the […]

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    Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Hands-on

    Samsung made their big announcements this week not at IFA, because they’re too cool for IFA. To be fair, though, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, announced at Samsung’s Unpacked event, is awfully cool. Their jumbo-sized 5.7″ phone is back and, yes, better than ever thanks primarily to a brand new Super AMOLED 2560×1440 display. That’s […]

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    PGA Championship TV App Coming to Samsung Smart TV

    The sports media might still be rooting around in the rough for ways to make golf interesting without resorting to Tiger Woods, but Samsung’s already gotten ahead of the curve. Get ready for all the explosive golf action you can handle, because the PGA Championship TV App is coming to Samsung Smart TVs. Unsurprisingly, you’ll […]

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    Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 WiFi Tablet Review

    Looking for a great tablet without breaking the bank? Of course! The new Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 WiFi tablet pretty much has it all (except for a name that is not confusing). While it falls into the mid-range category, you’ll be quite surprised what this thing’s packing. High resolution ultra-vibrant display? Check. Long battery life? […]

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    Samsung Galaxy S Tablet is Crazy Thin [Hands-on]

    Samsung doesn’t have quite as big of a slice of the United States tablet market as they do in smartphones, but they’re still in second. There’s a huge gap between them and Apple, and although market share is being mostly driven by low-cost tablets recently, it hasn’t helped that Samsung hasn’t really put anything out […]

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    Goodbye B&N Nook and Hello Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook

    The Nook, as an e-Reader, is a tough sell – Barnes & Noble is trying to compete with Amazon, which probably doesn’t care at all about taking a loss on every piece of hardware sold. As a tablet, the Nook brand is lost in a veritable forest of competitors. What’s a struggling bookseller to do? […]

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    Galaxy S5 Active is Ready to Break a Sweat, Lands at AT&T

    The Galaxy S series isn’t just made up of one flagship device anymore. Samsung has all kinds of offshoots, perhaps most notably the Active smartphones. Samsung’s Galaxy S Active phones tend to be more rugged than the stock flagship device, usually at the expense of some high-end specs. Looks like that’s changing this time around.