Posts Tagged ‘Samsung’

The new Nook tablet is a rebranded Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7.0

Bookseller Barnes & Noble has lost a lot of money over the past several years, so to keep the Nook brand alive, the company has decided to stop producing its own hardware. That’s where Samsung comes in. Released yesterda...


Metal at last: Samsung Galaxy Alpha ditches the plastic

Samsung has come in for a lot of stick over its plastic smartphone and tablet designs – next to the HTC One (M8) and the iPhone 5s, its flagship Galaxy S5 looks a bit… cheap. Now Samsung’s caved to the demands for a m...


If you have a Galaxy S4, should you upgrade to an S5? Definitely (well, maybe)

Is Samsung’s new Galaxy S5 a worthy upgrade over its predecessor, the Galaxy S4? Join us as we put the two smartphones on the scales and see exactly how they differ. DESIGN: PLASTIC FANTASTIC? While most manufacturers have tu...


Review: Samsung Galaxy TabPro 8.4 makes tiny tabs business-friendly

Small Android tablets have an image problem. Thanks to Hudls, Kindle Fires and Nexus 7s, everyone wants one on the cheap – US$200 seems about right, maybe US$300 if it’s brilliant. By that logic a US$550 Samsung Gal...

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Samsung outdoes itself; Galaxy S6 to include water pistol and cigarette lighter

It’s still over a week before you can buy a Galaxy S5, but Samsung is already hard at work the now-hotly-anticipated Galaxy S6, a powerful 5in ‘superphone’ with a wealth of built-in accessories, including a forward-fa...


Apple iPad Air vs Samsung Galaxy Note Pro12.2

Ladies and gentlemen, let’s get ready to rumble. It’s the battle of the big tablets: in one corner, Apple’s flagship slate, the iPad Air; in the other, Samsung’s maxi-sized, high-powered Galaxy NotePRO 12.2. Which is th...


Samsung Galaxy Note PRO 12.2 review

You heard it here first – the tray-blets are coming. Samsung’s massive slab of Galaxy NotePRO has a 12.2in display – and while that might not sound like much more than its regular-sized Note 10.1 tablet, in real ...


Gadget of the day: Samsung U950

Samsung U950 You think the piddling flatscreen you have sat in the living room is a telly? That’s not a telly, this is. Meet Samsung’s new 105-inch curved ultra-HD TV (or U950 for short). It’s a massive 4K bea...


Review: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014)

Android fans are still waiting for a tablet to take on the full-sized iPad and win. It’s an order that’s always getting taller – developers still favour the iPad when making and optimising gorgeous tablet apps, and ...

Samsung Galaxy S5 vs Apple iPhone 5s

Apple iPhone 5s vs Samsung Galaxy S5

The stage is set for Apple and Samsung to duke it out for smartphone supremacy. In the red corner, we have the iPhone 5s, Apple’s undisputed poster boy. Taking the fight to the iOS camp is the newly-announced Samsung Galaxy...


Samsung Gear Fit hands-on first impressions

Samsung has been busy. Not only has it served up two Gear 2 smartwatches, but it’s gone and released the Gear Fit too – its own unique take on the fitness band. As well as the usual activity tracking, the Gear Fit ...


Samsung Galaxy S5 preview

With Samsung officially unveiling the Galaxy S5 at Mobile World Congress, we finally have confirmation of the Korean company’s next flagship smartphone. Read on for all the details. IT’S A POWERHOUSE Samsung isn’t shy whe...


Galaxy Gear 2 and Galaxy Gear Neo hands-on first impressions

We had the pleasure of trying out both of Samsung’s new smartwatches – the Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo, here at Mobile World Congress 2014. From tracking steps to music playback and fashion, there’s a lot to cover...

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Samsung Galaxy S5 hands-on first impressions

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is arguably the most anticipated smartphone of 2014. Its hype-machine is second to none, dwarfing even the iPhone 6 rumour mill with whispers and speculation saturating the interwebs over the past year. ...

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