The mobile Virtual-Reality experience isn’t exactly elegant for the most part, with the Google Cardboard being just a cardboard box with a few lenses. With that sort of technology, you wouldn’t expect mobile VR to be useful, or even popular, but the promise of virtual-reality has been such that it has been able to transcend the barriers of technology and has managed to be fun even on the Cardboard, and has proven to be popular among consumers. Continue reading Report: Samsung is making a controller for the Gear VR
The Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are in their second month of availability, and it appears that sales are going very well. A recent report by CNBC noted early indications of “stronger-than-expected” sales, and even went so far as to claim that Samsung had “rediscovered its mojo” with its latest flagship smartphones. The truly interesting test will be comparing S7 and S7 Edge sales to those of the iPhone 7 expected out later in 2016. In the meantime, however, it seems safe to say that Samsung has a hit on its hands. Continue reading The 3 best things about the Samsung Galaxy S7
There used to be a time when a company could be working on something big and still keep a tight lid on things, never letting the cat out of the bag. There was actually an element of surprise at events. Continue reading Like clockwork, the S7 and the S7 Edge leak before MWC 2016
Some days ago it was revealed that Samsung is looking to launch the Note 5 early in order to get ahead of Apple, and now, thanks to SamMobile, its specs have leaked. Continue reading Report: Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is poised to have the fastest chipset on the market
Over the past few Months, we have been seeing rumors and even leaked images about Samsung’s Metal Smartphone, which was rumored to be called the Galaxy S5 Prime, and then rumored to be called the Galaxy Alpha. Continue reading Samsung unveils the Galaxy Alpha: A Stunning Metal Smartphone
There used to be a time when four inches was considered big for a smartphone. Then five-inch phones appeared and were initially described as “gargantuan”. But now, we see phones pushing 6 inches and 5 inches becoming a standard for smartphones, with anything below them considered small for most. Continue reading Samsung unveils the Galaxy S5 Mini
It is no secret that Samsung is looking to get away from Google when it comes to the Operating Systems that run on its devices. First, it slaps on Tizen on some of its cameras. Then it ditches Android and replaces it with Tizen in the Galaxy Gear 2. Then it releases an update that updates the first Generation Gear from Tizen to Android.
The Galaxy Z
And now this. Samsung has announced the Samsung Z, which it touts as a premium phone. Also, it is Samsung’s first Tizen phone. Yeah. Samsung has kickstarted the moving of its primary smartphone Operating System from Android to Tizen. Continue reading Samsung has unveiled it’s first Tizen Phone: The Galaxy Z. We explore whether Samsung’s transition to Tizen means the end of the road for Android or not
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Apple suing Samsung has become quite of a routine with the two smartphone giants returning to their fighting arenas (i.e, the court) to fight each other. They sue on obscure and small things such as animations and subtle design features and have often been referred to as patent trolls, i.e someone or something who just sues for money, not for actual sales damages. Continue reading Apple and Samsung head back to their fighting arena with 2 billion dollars at stake for Samsung
Nowadays, no one keeps music on storage. A few years ago, you wouldn’t be a geek if you didn’t have hoards of music stored on numerous harddrives. Now, the times have have changed: You are old school if you don’t store music in the cloud or listen to music streaming services.
Hoarding music? That’s is so old school! Since the internet became more accessible, streaming music has become much more popular and is currently on of the most used forms for listening to music.
Samsung has announced a new music streaming service, limited only to Galaxy smartphones, following the lines of Apple (iTunes Radio). It is called ‘Milk Music’ (Couldn’t they have chosen a better name?), presumably their tagline is “Milk more music out of your smartphone” (Get it?). Continue reading Samsung announces new music streaming service, named Milk Music (?!)