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Samsung Galaxy S6 users have started taking to Twitter and various forums to report the damage caused by Clear View Covers to their smartphone's screen but have not been getting acceptable support.
HoloLens, the mixed reality headset from Microsoft, seems to have piqued the interest of Samsung as the Korean company is reportedly seeking a partnership opportunity with the Redmond giant.
We get a look at what is rumored to be Samsung's next Active variant of its flagship phone. The Active packs many of the same features of the S6 along with a ruggedized frame and larger battery.
This roundup covers a total of fourteen consumer SSDs that use either the SATA, PCI Express or M.2 interface. As always, we'll be looking at price vs. performance to see where each product stands.
Samsung has accidentally posted a changelog which included information on one of their unreleased tablets, the Samsung Tab S2. The S2 is set to be announced next month in two different screen sizes.
Apple managed to sell the most smartphones out of any company operating in China this first quarter, and the company is crushing its competitors even as the overall market is declining.
From mighty flagships and middle fingers, to cutting Edge features, Skype's cloud problem, Cortana's tech helpdesk and Apple's music machinations, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Samsung admits to using two different camera sensors for each of the company's latest S6 models, leaving us to wonder why the company kept it silent, and does it matter?
The Galaxy S6 may have undersold in Samsung's home land of Korea but in Europe, it seems that customers are lusting after the gold Galaxy S6 resulting in Samsung having to increase production.
Samsung is bringing a new generation of its EVO and PRO memory cards, which are now capable of meeting the increasingly demanding requirements for storing very high resolution video content.
Reports started to surface last year that Samsung SSD 840/EVO drives were no longer performing as new. We've looked deep into the problem to understand what's been fixed and what hasn't.
To help patients suffering with Alzheimer's disease, Samsung has developed a new app called Backup Memory. It aims to remind patients about the things they have forgotten, mainly about their family.
Samsung has a new advert out for the Galaxy S6 edge... and it feels rather familiar, with a British man providing the voiceover and various shots of the production line harking back to Apple's ads.
Lollipop is now rolling out to Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 on T-Mobile in the United States - but unfortunately, the update isn't based on the latest Android 5.1 release, but on the older Android 5.0.1.
HTC has revealed a parody advert on its official YouTube channel for "Cellami", a cure for 'Bi-Phonal Displeasure Disorder'. As usual HTC displays its bizarre "Sense" of humor, but is anyone laughing?
Samsung has hinted at a future launch of a new version of its Gear smartwatch this Friday. It also plans to release an SDK for developers to create new apps for the upcoming wearable.
According to a new report, Samsung managed to snatch another of TSMC's big clients. The South Korean company will build Qualcomm's upcoming high-end processors, the Snapdragon 820.
Samsung has announced two new additions to their Galaxy Tab lineup, the Galaxy Tab A 8" and Galaxy Tab A 9.7", with mostly mediocre specs but with a change to a 4:3 aspect ratio.
Samsung's SM951 is a better value than performance SATA SSDs when you consider it's twice as fast, not to mention that it's quicker and cheaper than Intel's NVMe-equipped SSD 750 1.2TB.
Samsung has decided to ditch its corporate logo on the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge when it gets sold in Japan. Instead, the two flagships will be marketed using local carriers' branding.
Police were called to an apartment complex in Tulsa after two roommates ended up stabbing each other while arguing over which is the better phone: an iPhone or Samsung's new Galaxy S6.
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Samsung has confirmed the cost of getting a replacement for the non-removable battery in its Galaxy S6, as well as revealing how much you'll have to pay if your display needs to be replaced.
Having upgraded many of its high-end devices to Android 5.0.2, Samsung is said to be working on Android 5.1 for its new flagships, as well as extending the Lollipop rollout to more mid-range devices.
Samsung said today that demand for its new Android flagships has been "much higher" than the company had planned for, acknowledging that there may be some global supply constraints in the short term.
If you buy a Samsung Galaxy S6 from Verizon, the device will not come pre-loaded with Microsoft apps and AT&T appears to have removed the OneDrive app too that gave users 100GB of free storage.
EE has switched on Wi-Fi calling for any of its customers using an iPhone, ahead of the planned launch alongside the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge when Samsung's new handsets launch this Friday.
Samsung is warning investors of a continued trend of decline in both profits and revenue for the first quarter of this year. However, the company looks set to fare better later this year.
A couple of days ago, a surprising video released by a firm revealed that the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge bent as easily as the iPhone 6 Plus. Samsung has now released its official statement on the matter.
From open Windows and bendy Galaxys, to a serving of Spartan, a bit more Lollipop, lots more Ones, WhatsApp chat and the OS that still won't die, it's our regular round-up of the week's top tech news.
A new test conducted by SquareTrade has found that the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge bends under the same exact amount of pressure as the iPhone 6 Plus, leading to a potential "bendgate" 2.0.
According to the latest reports, Samsung has signed a deal to supply the chips for the company's next iPhone model. If true, Samsung will have reforged its partnership with Apple which it had lost.
A few days behind its rivals, Verizon is now accepting pre-orders for the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, with prices starting at $199.99 on a two-year plan for the standard model, and $299.99 for the S6 edge.
Continuing to push its V-NAND technology into more products, Samsung brings the new SSD 850 Evo mSATA and SSD 850 Evo M.2 drives designed with compact PC users and power users in mind.
A recent report claimed that Samsung is now developing its Android 5.1 update for the Galaxy Note 4 - but it seems the company isn't actually working on 5.1 for any of its devices yet.
Apple has allowed its customers to trade in their old iPhones in part-exchange for a new one since 2013 - but you can now trade in select Windows, Android and BlackBerry phones under the program too.
After revealing that it will soon bring its Windows 10 preview for phones to almost the entire Lumia range, Microsoft has now confirmed plans to make the preview available for non-Lumia devices too.
It's intrinsic that when a new device hits the market, someone will make a drop test video. Samsung's Galaxy S6 edge is the latest to face some torture in a brutal drop test.
Samsung's new Android flagships are available for pre-order in the US now, although they won't actually be available until April 10 - but T-Mo has already rolled out an update to both handsets.
From British mobile mayhem and Galaxy pre-orders, to the state of Windows apps, strange bedfellows, Halo revelations and free flights with a low-end Lumia, it's our review of the week's top tech news.
From the low-cost Lumia 430 to the flagship Galaxy S6 Edge, there's no shortage of exciting new devices on the way for budgets of all sizes. So, tell us, which handset are you planning to buy next?
Samsung has announced that pre-orders for its flagship devices, the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge will begin on March 27 in the US, with the device being available in all three storage variants.
T-Mobile will be distancing themselves from other carriers by offering a free year of Netflix with the purchase of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge.
The Galaxy Tab S 10.5 is now getting Lollipop in several markets - but Samsung's update is not based on the latest OS version, Android 5.1, but on the older Android 5.0.2 release.
Microsoft has announced new agreements with Samsung, Dell, TrekStor, QMobile, Pegatron and many more partners, to pre-install Office, Skype and OneDrive onto their Android devices.
From a new Office and lots of Lollipop, to Nintendo's next play, Spartan insights, printed body organs, British Bands, and ANOTHER low-cost Lumia, it's our regular summary of the week's top tech news.
Samsung's new flagship smartphones are now available to pre-order in the UK, with SIM-free prices starting at £599.99 for the Galaxy S6 32GB, and £760.00 for the 64GB Galaxy S6 Edge.
Pre-orders will open on Samsung's new flagship smartphones in the UK later this week, with deliveries commencing on April 10 - or a day earlier, if you order from Samsung directly.
SecuTABLET, an Android tablet promising top notch security for enterprises, has been launched by BlackBerry's subsidiary, Secusmart in partnership with Samsung and IBM.