With the massive hardware fragmentation of the Android ecosystem, it’s not very surprising when an OEM abandons a device after it’s first OS...

Matte black was the ubiquitous colorway of Samsung’s flagship Galaxy line up when it first debuted and again with the wildly successful Galaxy S...

Samsung has always been well aware of the power of color when it comes to device hardware. Ever since the Galaxy S III was released in red, white, blue,...

The Galaxy Gear is Samsung’s foray into the nascent smartwatch industry. With next to no competition from other big OEMs, Samsung charges ahead of...

Industry analysts have been saying for the better part of a year that the next step in “Mobile” will be the watch. There was buzz about Apple...

Wireless charging has been rumored for Samsung since the Galaxy S III, and with the release of Samsung of the Galaxy S IV Samsung will be releasing their first official wireless charging kit: The wireless charging kit is composed of an replacement backplate and wireless charging pad. The new backplate will presumably add inductive coils to the rear of your Galaxy S IV...

Samsung officially unveiled the Samsung Galaxy S IV on March 14th, and it looks like we already have two solid dates regarding the official carrier releases of this magnificent device. T-Mobile held its own major event, “UNcarrier,” at which they announced their move to remove the “bullsh*t” from wireless device pricing. T-Mobile also announced...

Samsung has just announced the latest product to be added to the Galaxy Note family, the Galaxy Note 8.0. The Note 8.0 is a mid-sized Android tablet that bridges the gap between the phablet sized Note II and full sized Note 10.1 tablet. Like the Note I and 10.1, the Note 8.0 will utilize Wacom’s technology to create the best pen-enabled mobile experience. The display–as...

Although the Galaxy S IV’s internal hardware rumor’s have been fairly well cemented, we’ve yet to see a picture of the purported device. Until today… well not really. But, we do get to see what its cases will look like, which will give us some insight as to what the next gen Galaxy will look like. From the looks of the cases, the Galaxy S III...

For 3 years straight–like clockwork–Samsung has released the gold standard by which all Android phones are built. This year they look to extend that record to the 4th year with the Galaxy S IV. The performance and displays of each successive generation has increase, from the single core, 4-inch Galaxy S, to the quad-core, 4.8 inch Galaxy S III, Samsung has...