Ahead of its release next month, Samsung has revealed the Galaxy Tab A 10.1, its latest Android tablet, featuring a WUXGA display, octa-core Exynos processor, and optional 4G LTE connectivity.
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Samsung has started rolling out Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow for the Galaxy S5 Plus - the more powerful version of its 2014 flagship, featuring a Snapdragon 805 SoC - starting in Germany.
A new microSD card from Samsung is on the way, promising more storage than anything else before it at 256 GB. The EVO Plus 256 GB will be available to purchase in June for the price of $249.99.
Owners of Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 in Germany will soon get a taste of Marshmallow, as Android 6.0.1 has started rolling out there, although it's currently available only for the unlocked model.
From Edge extensions and edge-to-edge desktops, to web TV, Android One more time, Universal delights, and Samsung's sucky SmartThings security, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Researchers from University of Michigan and Microsoft have found worrying flaws in Samsung's SmartThings IoT platform that allows attackers to gain access to homes and snoop on users.
After beginning its Marshmallow rollout for the 9.7-inch Galaxy Tab S2 in Germany last week, Samsung has now started upgrading the 8.0-inch version of the device to Android 6.0.1 over in the UK.
While Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon have all rolled out their Marshmallow updates for the Galaxy S6, AT&T customers have been kept waiting - but it looks like the wait may finally be coming to an end.
IDC has released its latest quarterly market share report for tablets, which has revealed a huge fall in shipments mainly due to lack of interest among consumers for these portable devices.
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Samsung announced the Gear 360 camera at Mobile World Congress and the company has now launched the device in its home country, in addition to the new Galaxy J smartphones for 2016.
Oculus announced today that Minecraft is now available for the Gear VR. Minecraft: Gear VR will have all of the features that the Pocket Edition has, including skins, multiplayer, and more.
Leaked photos reveal two unannounced Samsung Gear accessories currently in testing, including a new Gear Fit and a pair of cordless earbuds. The original Gear Fit was released back in 2014.
Samsung released Marshmallow for the Galaxy S5 in Germany this week, and now, it's made the update available there for its 9.7-inch Galaxy Tab S2 as well, including the addition of multi-user support.
Android 6.0.1 finally arrived for Samsung's Galaxy S5 in Germany this week, and hot on the heels of that rollout, the Marshmallow update is now making its way to the device in Italy too.
Samsung began its international rollout of Marshmallow for the Galaxy S5 last month, and it's now making its way to the most widely-available SM-G900F variant of the device in Germany.
Rumors suggest Samsung is prototyping both flat and curved screens for the upcoming Galaxy Note 6. Among other improvements, the battery may see a significant increase from the Note 5.
Samsung has announced more details for its developer conference, including who will be speaking, what will be discussed and how much the tickets for the event are. Tickets can be bought now.
Following its release of the Marshmallow update for Samsung's Galaxy Note 5 this week, T-Mobile US has also begun its over-the-air rollout of Android 6.0.1 for the Galaxy S6 edge+.
T-Mobile has begun the rollout of its Android 6.0.1 update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, leaving AT&T as the only one of America's top four carriers that hasn't yet updated the device to Marshmallow.
Samsung is preparing to launch new handsets with slim designs and metal bodywork, including the Galaxy C5, which is said to feature a 5.2-inch display, 4GB RAM and a Snapdragon 617 processor.
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According to a credible report, Samsung and Apple have reached a final agreement with the South Korean manufacturer supplying the iPhone-maker with 100 million OLED display panels starting in 2017.
After Samsung began its Marshmallow rollout for the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge in February, the update is now starting to make its way to both devices in Canada, starting on Eastlink, Bell and Telus.
Samsung documentation has revealed that the Android N release will jump up to version number 7.0 - but there's still no indication of which sweet, delicious treat the new version will be named after.
Samsung is hosting a meeting of the 3GPP group, which consists of over 400 experts from 80 telecoms businesses, to begin standardisation of 5G technologies. 5G is expected to be deployed around 2020.
Samsung is rolling out an update for its newest Android flagships, the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge, including "shape correction for skewed photos" and improvements to touch performance.
After recently upgrading its Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ to Marshmallow, Sprint has now begun upgrading the Galaxy S5 to Android 6.0.1 - but the rollout won't be complete until May 19.
Along with the Galaxy S7, Samsung also announced the all new Fast Charge Wireless Charging Stand. But with the same specs as the 2015 model, should you pay more for this? Let's find out.
Samsung has announced the start of mass production of what it calls the "industry's first" 10 nanometre-class DRAM. Samsung will likely use the technology in its flagship device next year.
It's been a pretty crazy and exciting week in the world of tech as Microsoft held its biggest developer conference of the year. We saw holograms, talked to bots, and caught up with technology.
Verizon has become the latest carrier to roll out Android Marshmallow to both the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 edge. The update brings quite a few new features to the device.
Samsung, in partnership with China UnionPay, has launched its mobile payments system in the country, just over a month since Apple made its own service available in the world's largest market.
With a redesigned camera, all-new internals, and the return of expandable storage, the Samsung Galaxy S7 is the firm's best handset to date. Here's our review of the device.
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Prior to its announcement of the Galaxy S7, Samsung's flagship was the Galaxy Note 5. They've made some very notable (pun intended) changes since then. Here is our comparison of the two devices.
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Generally considered to be the nicer displays, AMOLED smartphone screens have now dropped in price enough that they are selling wholesale for roughly the same place as their LCD competition.
Samsung has pushed the Marshmallow update to Galaxy S5 users based in Trinidad & Tobago. The update is the first outside of South Korea, Samsung's home country. More countries should follow soon.
Having already made its way to the Galaxy S6 edge+ in India and the US, Samsung has begun rolling out its Android 6.0 Marshmallow update to the extra-large handset in France too.
Samsung's Galaxy S and Apple's iPhone are two of the most popular lines of phones in the world. Here, we compare the latest iteration of each, the Galaxy S7 and iPhone 6s Plus.
Samsung's slow rollout of Android 6.0 Marshmallow continues, and its flagship Galaxy Note 5 on Sprint is one of the latest handsets to be upgraded to the newest version of the OS.
After bringing Android 6.0 for the Galaxy S6, S6 edge and S6 edge+ to India a few days ago, Samsung has now started the over-the-air rollout of its Marshmallow update there for the Galaxy Note 5.
Traditionally, Samsung has debuted its new Note handsets in the fall, but this year, the latest version of its popular stylus-toting handset could have an early arrival if rumors are to be believed.
Marshmallow began rolling out for the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge a month ago, and has been available for those devices on Sprint for the last couple of weeks, but T-Mo says it's now testing the update.
Samsung finally started its Marshmallow rollout last month, focusing initially on its newer flagships - but the Galaxy S5 is next in line, as the update begins to make its way to older devices.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 and the Microsoft Lumia 950 have two of the best smartphone cameras on the market. While it wouldn't be fair to compare performance and design, we can compare the cameras.
Between an unboxing and a final review, there are second impressions. Here, I discuss what I've learned so far about the Samsung Galaxy S7 since acquiring the latest iteration of Samsung's flagship.
A beautiful phone deserves to be shown off, but beauty has its shortfalls. Such a phone often requires protection from the trials of everyday life. Does the LED View Cover have form and function?
Android 6.0 Marshmallow, the latest version of the OS, continues to make slow progress in reaching more devices, but it's now making its way to Samsung's Galaxy S6 family of handsets in India.