Samsung’s bringing back the TV ‘set’ with the Serif TV

The humble television wasn't always the ultra-thin, wall-mounted "appliance" we know today — it used to be a piece of furniture, wrapped in an elegant case of wood, plastics and metal. Now, Samsung is bringing the idea of a stylized 'TV Set' back,…

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 review: insanely thin, but not much of an upgrade

A year ago, when Samsung debuted its original Galaxy Tab S, we noted how rare it had become to review a high-end tablet that wasn't from Apple. Well, the situation hasn't changed much today — in fact, it's even more unusual to see a premium Androi…

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Samsung’s S Health app now supports all Android phones

With an endless stream of fitness wearables hitting the market, it's easy to forget that your smartphone comes packed with sensors that can do exactly the same job. Samsung makes smartphones and smartwatches, so building a dedicated wellbeing app,…

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Samsung Outs A Sleep Tracker That Can Switch Off Your TV

Samsung SleepSense Samsung has announced a sleep tracker called SleepSense that can also plug into other connected devices you might have around your smart home — such as a smart TV or web-enabled air-con — to switch things off or on, or dial things up or down, based on whether you’re falling asleep or about to wake up. Read More

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Samsung Announces The Samsung Gear S2, Now More Round

Samsung product image-1 Samsung has just announced their new smartwatch, the Samsung Gear S2. The watch is unique in that it has a round rotating bezel – the thing on the edge of the crystal – in addition to two buttons on the side for home and back. It runs Samsung’s Tizen OS, a system used by Samsung in their original Gear models. Samsung, however, isn’t announcing compatibility today… Read More

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The OnePlus 2 Returns With Another Indie Phone Powerhouse

OnePlus 2 On Shelf If you’ve been out of the Android game for a while you’d be hard-pressed to understand why people love OnePlus so much. These phones, conceived by the folks who initially launched Oppo, are aimed at the Android connoisseur, if such a person exists, and they have a rabid fanbase of folks who clamor for units with every launch. It’s hard to find them, you’ll probably… Read More

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13 TechCrunch Stories You Don’t Want To Miss This Week

weekly roundup USE This week, Amazon came under fire by The New York Times for harsh work culture allegations, Google surprised the world with a new router, and data from an extramarital affairs site was leaked online. These are the stories to catch you up on all-things tech. Read More

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Samsung Rumored to One-Up Apple’s ‘iPad Pro’ With 18.4-Inch Android Tablet

Samsung may be working on an “iPad Pro” style tablet of its own, with a new report from SamMobile suggesting the company is currently in development for the tablet, codenamed “Tahoe,” on an Android 5.1 Lollipop-based operating system and with an 18.4-inch screen. Samsung would target the tablet to enterprise and educational environments, with a lesser focus on day-to-day personal usage than the company’s current line-up of Galaxy tablets.


The kid-centered nabi Big Tab 20-inch tablet

The rumored tablet — with the model number SM-T670 — will feature a TFT LCD screen with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. The Lollipop system will be powered by an octa-core 64-bit 1.6GHz Exynos 7580 processor, include 2GB RAM along with 32GB internal storage, with the option to expand thanks to a microSD card slot that supports up to 128GB cards. According to SamMobile, the tablet will also measure 451.8 mm wide by 275.8 mm tall and be 11.9 mm thick.

Apple is rumored to be developing its own larger-screened tablet, the so-called iPad Pro, which is believed to include a 12.9-inch screen. If Samsung’s 18.4-inch “Tahoe” device does become available, it’d be one of the biggest tablet on the market, with a screen that’s about 10-inches tall by 17-inches wide, far larger than most standard laptops.

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