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    Samsung Galaxy Beam Brings Media to Walls and Ceilings Everywhere

    Samsung has beamed in an interesting addition to the smartphone market at Mobile World Congress today in Barcelona. The Samsung Galaxy Beam is an attempt at creating a projector-smartphone hybrid, and it looks like Samsung hasn’t done too bad of a job of it. The first concern over a projector phone would be thickness, but […]

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    Samsung Rugby Smart is the Most Rugged Smartphone Ever

    None of us can live without our smartphone, but sometimes they are way too difficult to live with because they are so fragile! Fortunately the new Samsung Rugby Smart is a smartphone that is ready to withstand the elements. The Rugby Smart is an Android 2.3 phone thats packs in a 3.7-inch AMOLED touchscreen display, […]

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    Samsung Galaxy S Blazes Into T-Mobile Stores in March

    The Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G – the newest in Samsung’s interminable line of long-named smartphones – is hitting T-Mobile stores in March of this year. Don’t get too excited, though – there’s a reason Samsung got this announcement out of the way before Mobile World Congress next week.

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    Samsung Smart TV Snags HBO GO App

    As of today, Samsung Smart TV owners who are also cable subscribers can access all episodes of HBO shows on demand using the HBO GO App. Well, some owners can, at least.

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    Samsung Galaxy Note Goes on Pre-order at AT&T for $299

    We have been impatiently waiting for the Samsung Galaxy Note to land in the U.S.A. ever since we first spotted it at IFA in Berlin last September. Then a few weeks ago at CES Samsung finally talked about bringing it to the U.S. via AT&T. Well the Samsung Galaxy Note has officially landed at AT&T, […]

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    Samsung Unveils Super OLED TV

    If you’ve ever seen a smartphone with an OLED display, you’d have to agree it’s one of the sharpest images, with most vibrant colors, and blackest blacks. Scaling up the beautiful 3″ OLED screen seemed like it was never going to happen until now. Samsung has just unveiled their amazingly gorgeous 55 inch Super OLED […]

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    Samsung Unveils and Redefines Smart TV

    Until now, “Smart TV” meant an Internet-capable TV with some apps. Here, at CES 2012, Samsung has just redesigned the concept with the 2012 Smart TVs. They explain it as “TVs that recognize and respond to you, connect your family in and out of the home, and offer amazing new content options personalized to your […]

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    Sony Debuts Crystal LED Prototype

    Move over plasma and LCD, Sony’s Crystal LED might soon be making waves. The Sony Crystal LED is just a prototype and a proof-of-concept, but the beauty, accuracy, and crispness of the image is very real. A lot of TVs have use a feature called “local dimming” where areas of the TV can dim independently […]

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    Samsung InTouch Transforms Your Decrepit HDTV into a Smart TV

    Jealous that all your friends have a smarter TV than you? Well now you can take your HDTV from dumbo to nerd with this new add-on from Samsung called the InTouch Camera System. Looking more like Kinect, rather than a hidden brain for your TV,  it bridges the gap between those who don’t have a […]

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    Verizon Galaxy Nexus Review

    The Samsung Galaxy Nexus has been getting lots of attention. For starters, it’s the first handset running Android 4.0, AKA Ice Cream Sandwich. Plus, with Samsung’s Galaxy branding behind it, it has a lot to live up to. Verizon has managed to become the first carrier in the U.S. to carry the Galaxy Nexus. The […]

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    American Airlines Scores Samsung Tabs for First Class Passengers

    So – what does bankruptcy actually mean in the business world, anyway? Insolvent American Airlines has somehow found the cash to provide its First Class passengers with Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1s on flights between major international airports. The tablets will be customized to feature American Airlines’ range of entertainment offerings. The Galaxy Tabs will phase […]

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    Samsung’s Optical Smart Hub Breathes New Life Into DVDs

    Running out of space on your smartphone or tablet? Samsung’s upcoming Smart Media Hub Optical Smart Hub wants to solve that problem for mobile users. Between HD movies, photos and apps, our smartphones and tablets are filling up quicker than ever. The Optical Smart Hub helps extend the storage on your device by acting as a […]

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    AT&T 4G LTE Speed Tests for HTC Vivid and Samsung Skyrocket

    Recently, we reviewed both the HTC Vivid, and Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket. These smartphones were the first in AT&T’s line-up to support 4G LTE on AT&T’s growing LTE network. AT&T has already announced that 4G LTE will be available in 15 markets by the end of the year, but us sad folks in New […]

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    Next Gen Microsoft Surface, the Samsung SUR40 Goes on Sale

    Remember Microsoft Surface? Way before the iPad and the tablet crazy began, Microsoft Surface was busy wowing folks with its larger than life touchscreen experience. Now the next generation of Microsoft Surface is available for preorder, courtesy of the Samsung SUR40. The SUR40 features PixelSense technology which gives the LCD panels in Surface the ability […]