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galaxy note 3 neo 1 500x332 Samsung makes Galaxy Note 3 Neo official

The rumored Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo is now official thanks to an early morning announcement from Samsung stating that the Note 3 Neo will come in 3G and LTE flavors. The close but not quite versions of the Galaxy Note 3 strip out some of the premium features of the original device and replaces them with specs that still keep the phones in the high-end range. There are some subtle differences between the two, including: Read More »

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lifetimes 469x375 Samsung Life Times app will bring new logging and diary replacement to Story Album

With the release of each new flagship smartphone, Samsung unveils a new Android app or two. One of the apps expected to appear alongside the Galaxy S5 will be Life Times, a new app that logs various activities and aggregates them into one place. That includes photos, videos, locations, text messages, and even updates from your social network. Is that something that will interest people? Read More »

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page galaxy note pro1 500x345 Google is pressuring Samsung to ditch the Magazine UX seen on Galaxy Tab PRO series

Samsung introduced a bold new design for its Android tablet interface when it introduced the Galaxy TabPRO and Galaxy Note Pro tablets at CES this year. The software included a dramatic departure from standard Android interfaces, and that has supposedly caused some Google executives to encourage Samsung to alter its future plans.

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samsung logo with google 600x330 500x275 Google and Samsung Sign Agreement to Share Tech Secrets

Samsung and Google's dependency on each other in the mobile sector just became a little more official with a global patent cross license agreement agreement signed by both parties.  As per the terms of this agreement, Samsung and Google can not only freely use each others patented ideas, they are also free to "gain access to each other’s industry-leading patent portfolios." This agreement will last 10 years and covers not only current but future patents. Read More »

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GALAXY Note 3 NEO 1280x853 500x333 The More Affordable Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo is Not Coming to the US/UK

According to several reports, Samsung will soon be announcing the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo, a slightly smaller, less powerful, and more affordable version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 shortly. Samsung has directly talked about this yet-to-be launched device to Android Central and has told them:

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samsung air gesture Samsung Galaxy S5 Air Gestures will be better with new hovering technology

The Samsung Galaxy Note II introduced some interesting hovering features like Air View to preview photo thumbnails, and the Galaxy S 4 took things a step further by letting users answer phone calls and browse through galleries with Air Gesture. The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S5 is said to have new sensor technology that makes those features more accurate and unlocks some new capabilities. Read More »

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samsung galaxy tab 3 lite 500x281 Samsung Announces the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite

Samsung is known for having a device for almost every niche a consumer could want and they have continued that trend with Galaxy Tab 3 Lite. This device is a serviceable but not overly spec'd tablet will be aimed at your casual user who doesn't want to spend too much on their devices. Read More »

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batteries Samsung Galaxy S5 slated to have a new type of battery thats 2,900 mAh and fast charging

The Samsung Galaxy S5 may introduce new battery technology that increases capacity and recharges the phone faster than previously seen. Rumors suggest that the Galaxy S5 will use a 2,900 mAh battery with a different kind of lithium ion from a company called Amprius that makes the battery capable of having 20 percent more power. That could be a huge benefit to battery life. Read More »

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