Galaxy Tab 4 7.0 (2016) receives radio certification in South Korea

Earlier this month, an unidentified Samsung-branded tablet carrying the model number SM-T230NW appeared in a listing on India’s import/export database, Zauba. At the time, it was unclear what this mystery device was or if it would ever see the light of day. However, an identical slate has today been granted radio certification in South Korea […]

Samsung shows off its curved monitors at EA Play

Samsung has been making its presence felt in gaming circles this week. It was present at the E3 2016 convention to show off its mobile gaming and virtual reality efforts. The E3 convention is not open to the public so to bring fans into the action Electronic Arts has conducted its own convention, and Samsung […]

Lenovo is set to reveal next-gen VR/AR hardware

Lenovo looks like it’s set to debut new virtual reality hardware in a year already full of VR surprises, and it’s doing it with the help of a chipmaker named Movidius. A few days in advance of Lenovo’s Tech World event June 9 in San Francisco, chipmaker Movidius has announced via press release that its […]

MetroPCS to launch the Galaxy On5 in the US on June 27

If a leaked pricing grid shared by PocketNow is anything to go by, it looks like MetroPCS, T-Mobile’s prepaid subsidiary, is preparing to bring the Galaxy On5 to the United States. At present the handset, which made its debut back in October 2015, is only available in the Asian market, but the carrier appears to […]

Verizon pushing Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow to the Galaxy S5

North America’s largest carrier is bringing Marshmallow to Samsung’s 2014 Galaxy S flagship today. Android 6.0.1 is making its way to the Galaxy S5 on Verizon, following the T-Mobile variant which received the major upgrade a week ago. The update carries firmware version G900VVRU2DPD1, with Wi-Fi calling, Ultra High-Quality Audio, new app icons and regular […]

Microsoft’s just turned Windows 10 into malware

For months now, Microsoft has done everything in its power to shove Windows 10 down your throat. The free update is mandatory at this point, and we’ve heard from many Windows users who discovered their computers updated to the newest version automatically, without their knowledge or explicit permission. Microsoft kept offering excuses for these annoying […]

Samsung might file a counter-suit against Huawei in latest legal battle

Huawei announced yesterday that it has filed lawsuits against Samsung in the United States and China seeking compensation for alleged patent infringement by the Korean giant. Samsung is most definitely going to fight Huawei on this but instead of just replying to its accusations in court it looks like Samsung might file a counter-suit against […]

Samsung sold more high-end smartphones in India than Apple

After facing fierce competition from Chinese and local smartphone brands in India, Samsung has improved its product lineup and its Galaxy J series has become a best-seller in the country. A new report now claims that the South Korean smartphone giant is doing better than expected in the premium smartphone segment. According to a new […]

Themes Thursday: Here are six good themes from this week

Welcome back to Themes Thursday! Samsung has released a whopping 127 themes for its Galaxy smartphones this week, and we’ve shortlisted six themes that you might like. The [Kendi] Material UI has a Material design wallpaper with squircle icons. [V] Candy Pop, Diamond Light, and Summer themes have minimalistic circular icons. The [Walk On Mars] […]

Galaxy S7 Active leaks in ‘desert camo,’ launch likely on June 10

We have known for a while now that Samsung has the Galaxy S7 Active in the pipeline and as with previous Active handsets, it’s likely going to be exclusive to AT&T in the United States. The Galaxy S7 Active has leaked again today in a rather interesting gold hue that’s apparently called “desert camo,” and […]