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Did Samsung just confirm Galaxy S8 Plus?

Did Samsung just confirm Galaxy S8 Plus? That number has been linked to the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus, the expected large-screen version of the upcoming Galaxy S8.In addition to the support page, a potential S8 Plus logo was recently shared by phone leaker Evan Blass.

Galaxy S7 Edge: Samsung gets sleek with limited edition Black Pearl

Galaxy S7 Edge: Samsung gets sleek with limited edition Black Pearl The sleek black finish blankets the entire device, edges and all, and is designed to be modern and striking, Samsung says.“The result is a stylish all-black aesthetic that capture the essence of the colour in its purest form,” the electronics giant says.

No, you shouldn't be allowed to fix your own phone, 'Right-to-Repair' is a dumb idea

No, you shouldn't be allowed to fix your own phone, 'Right-to-Repair' is a dumb idea My co-worker, Tracey, held her iPhone like a baby bird with a bent wing.Opponents contend that Apple's fighting Right-to-Repair legislation because it wants to protect trade secrets.

Samsung's turmoil derails plan to crown its heir apparent

Samsung's turmoil derails plan to crown its heir apparent The Friday arrest of Samsung Group Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong was stunning, because it's not every day that the de-facto leader of a giant international corporation gets led away by police.Turmoil at the head of Samsung is really just an extension of high-level turmoil that has engulfed the most powerful people in South Korea.

South Korea’s antitrust watchdog concerned Google meddled with Samsung’s Tizen

South Korea’s antitrust watchdog concerned Google meddled with Samsung’s Tizen However, South Korea’s antitrust watchdog is concerned that Samsung business with the former might have negatively affected its business with the latter, with Google to blame, reports The Korea Times.The matter goes back to 2011, when Samsung signed the Mobile Application Distribution Agreement (MADA) and anti-fragmentation agreement (AFA).

Windows Store app hints at Samsung Galaxy Book running Windows 10

Windows Store app hints at Samsung Galaxy Book running Windows 10 However, an app that has just hit the Windows Store might suggest that Samsung has other irons in the fire, as well.Over the weekend, an app by Samsung called Book Settings was discovered on the Windows Store, according to a report from MS Power User.

5 Upcoming Android Phones That Are Worth Waiting For

5 Upcoming Android Phones That Are Worth Waiting For However, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, one of the flagship Android phones, is literally bursting into flames.So, now that we’ve seen the future at CES, here are five upcoming Android phones worth waiting for.

Blog post details sexism problems at Uber, CEO says heads will roll

Blog post details sexism problems at Uber, CEO says heads will roll According to the BBC, the post did get the attention of Uber CEO Travis Kalanick, who called the accusations “abhorrent” and vowed a swift and intensive investigation.Kalanick said in a post of his own that “anyone who behaves this way or thinks this is OK will be fired.

Samsung may swap out the Galaxy Note 7’s hot battery to sell you a safe, refurbished version

Samsung may swap out the Galaxy Note 7’s hot battery to sell you a safe, refurbished version More: Samsung reveals the official reason for the Galaxy Note 7’s failure It’s not the first time we’ve heard much of this.Both reports say Samsung will sell its old Galaxy Note 7 handsets in emerging markets, namely India and Vietnam.

Spending spree: Samsung rumored to have $1 billion put aside to buy AI companies

Spending spree: Samsung rumored to have $1 billion put aside to buy AI companies offices, says it has a $1 billion budget put aside for buying up exciting firms working on AI.The massive sum won’t only be used for acquisitions, but also to invest in companies involved in AI.

The Galaxy S8's fingerprint sensor sure looks like it's in a terrible spot

The Galaxy S8's fingerprint sensor sure looks like it's in a terrible spot If all the leaks are to believed — and they all seem to paint the same picture — Samsung's next flagship phone, the Galaxy S8, will be hot fire.The only thing that looks bad — and I must emphasize looks because I haven't held an S8 in my hand — is the placement of the fingerprint sensor.

No, Samsung isn't launching a refurbished Galaxy Note7

No, Samsung isn't launching a refurbished Galaxy Note7 No, Samsung isn’t bringing the Galaxy Note7 from the dead.The South Korean smartphone company has refuted a widely circulated report that claimed that Samsung plans to sell refurbished units of the Galaxy Note7 in Indonesia and India later this year.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus rumored to have a 6.2-inch screen

Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus rumored to have a 6.2-inch screen At this rate of information leakage, we're likely to know every single detail about Samsung's upcoming flagship phone well before it launches.Reliable leaks guy Evan Blass just posted a full set of specs for the larger version of the device, apparently named the Samsung Galaxy S8+.

Samsung: New Exynos 9 processor nearly halves power consumption, ups performance

Samsung: New Exynos 9 processor nearly halves power consumption, ups performance The 8895 boasts an octa-core, 64-bit CPU, combining four of Samsung’s second-generation, custom-designed cores with four Cortex-A53 cores for performance and efficiency, respectively.The CPU accompanies ARM’s Mali G71-MP20 GPU, good for a 60 percentgain in performance over its predecessor, according to Samsung.

This weekend, Android prepares for the iPhone X

This weekend, Android prepares for the iPhone X Its screen will get larger, reports say, covering the phone's entire face.Nokia won't be launching an iPhone killer — the revived Finish brand, now owned by HMD, is expected to launch several midrange Android phones.

Samsung's Exynos 8895 features custom CPU cores, first 10nm chip to market

Samsung's Exynos 8895 features custom CPU cores, first 10nm chip to market Mobile World Congress doesn’t start for a few days, but Samsung has already jumped the gun to announce its own SoC.The Exynos 8895 will be the first 10nm chip produced in commercial volume, and it’ll feature a new custom CPU core of Samsung’s own design.

New leak points to release dates for Samsung Galaxy S8 and LG G6

New leak points to release dates for Samsung Galaxy S8 and LG G6 Hometown South Korean rivals Samsung and LG have been duking it out in recent years with near-simultaneous releases, but this time LG may have a few weeks all to itself.A leak from ETNews claims to have release dates for the LG G6 and the Galaxy S8.

Tired of choosing between Windows or Mac? The best Chromebooks offer a third way

Tired of choosing between Windows or Mac? The best Chromebooks offer a third way They’re lighter, more portable, and generally have better battery life than their larger counterparts.These are notebooks for students, professionals, and anyone else who needs a laptop designed to spend more time on the go than on a desk.

Samsung debuts new measures to stay out of any other bribery scandals

Samsung debuts new measures to stay out of any other bribery scandals Following a very messy political scandal, Samsung is hoping to clean things up a bit.On Friday, the South Korean company announced a number of new measures that seek to “bring greater transparency and accountability in managing financial donations and monetary support for corporate social responsibility (CSR)-related activities and funds.

Protect files and apps on your Galaxy S7 with Samsung’s Secure Folder

Protect files and apps on your Galaxy S7 with Samsung’s Secure Folder Fortunately, Samsung is bucking that trend by launching Secure Folder support for its Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge smartphones.That’s changing now that Samsung has released a downloadable version through its Galaxy Apps store.