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Bleeding Edge TV 606: Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Review

Is the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 the best Android phone you can buy right now? This is certainly a controversial topic, what with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 exploding battery issue that has spawned a recall of the device. Still, the Note 7 features a bunch of great technology, like the built-in iris scanner and dual pixel camera. Check out my Galaxy Note 7 review to find out what I think of Samsung's latest flagship phablet!

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Bleeding Edge TV 601: Ghostek Atomic 2.0 Galaxy S7 case review

Did you know that the Samsung Galaxy S7 isn't waterproof? Samsung says that it is water resistant, but has never claimed it to be waterproof. However, with the Ghostek Atomic 2.0 case, you can actually add a protective layer that makes your Samsung Galaxy S7 waterproof. I give you a look in this episode!

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Unboxing Live 156: Samsung Galaxy Mega 2

The Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 is a crazy large phablet-style smartphone, sporting a full 6-inch high definition 720p display. On the back you have an 8-megapixel camera with a bunch of built-in photo editing tools, along with a private mode, easy mode, and even a single-handed use mode.

We bring you the full rundown of the Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 Android smartphone from AT&T in this episode.

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Watch Samsung’s weirdly theatrical Samsung Galaxy S 4 Event [Video]

Samsung Galaxy S 4 Event

There's weird and then there's Samsung weird. Watch all the theatrics unfold as Samsung unveils its latest phone: the Samsung Galaxy S 4. The event took place in New York in grand broadway style motif at Radio City Music Hall. Full video after the break.

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Samsung releases teaser image of Galaxy S IV smartphone

Samsung Galaxy S IV teaser

As we know, Samsung is set to announce the Galaxy S IV on March 14. Today, the company released a teaser image of what is sure to be its next big success. Above, you see an outline and just a bit of the Samsung Galaxy S IV. Of course, we'll get the whole reveal this Thursday.

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AT&T Samsung Galaxy Rugby Pro Jelly Bean update now available

Samsung Galaxy Rubgy Pro

All you Samsung Galaxy Rugby Pro users on AT&T, listen up! We just got word from your carrier that the long-awaited update that'll allow you to upgrade your device to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is now available. That means that your push-to-talk capable device will now let you use feature like Google Now, Quick Settings, and even DriveMode, which aims to prevent texting while driving. When you're ready to upgrade, just hit the link below.

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Marketing Samsung Galaxy Devices visualized

Posted by Jason Diaz Categories: Apple, Cell Phones, Corporate News

There's a high cost for making Samsung Galaxy devices. Horace Dediu, from Asymco, breaks down the math and visualizes them into nifty graphs. There's no question that the mobile Galaxy line embedded with Android has been a success for the South Korean conglomerate but, apparently, it comes at a cost of marketing the products. Sales, general and administrative (SG&A), is part of the equation being extrapolated for the results for past trends from 2009 to 2012. In other words, Samsung basically spends roughly four times more on marketing than its most rival mobile competitor. A good marketing example is seeing a payed advertisement for the Samsung Galaxy S III at the top of the Twitter Trend. Or those now infamous "Next Big Thing is Here" commercials basically trolling Apple customers at a line for a faux launch.

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How the Apple vs. Samsung jury reached a verdict (video)

Apple vs Samsung verdict explanation

We are a few days removed from the monumental decision that was handed down in the Apple vs. Samsung trial, where Apple pretty much steamrolled Samsung in the verdict. Curious how the jury reached the decision that it did? Check out the video after the break. It's an interesting look at the process that Jury Foreman Vel Hogan and team used to determine which patents were infringed, and how much money to award in damages. Other interesting tidbits? The Jury Foreman is a PC user who owns no Apple products, and not one of the jurors owned an iPhone.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus launches next month

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Google, Handhelds

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus

Samsung's big hardware upgrade to its first-ever tablet, the 7-inch Galaxy Tab, had a name as of the device's announcement late last month. And Samsung has now finally gotten around to announcing a release date and price for the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus. According to the company, the upgraded version of the Galaxy Tab will start selling in the U.S. on November 13 for $399.99 – all of $100 less expensive than the starting price for tablets from Samsung's chief rival as of late, Apple (it's also much smaller than the iPad as well.)

So what are some of the big improvements arriving on this 7-inch tablet refresh? For starters, the 7.0 Plus is taking a leap from Android 2.2 to Android 3.2 – that's a move from the Froyo iteration of Google's operating system to Honeycomb. Samsung's still slapping its Touchwiz interface on top of Honeycomb, which includes new resizable widgets and a sticky "mini app" tray that can be pulled up from any screen on the device and used to load a variety of preset apps on the device.

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Samsung Galaxy Nexus: 4.65-inch HD display, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Cell Phones, Google, Handhelds

Samsung Galaxy Nexus

Google's next iteration of its mobile operating system has officially been dubbed Android 4.0 and it will be available for the first time on Samsung's new Galaxy Nexus smartphone.

The two companies lifted the curtain on the OS affectionately known as Ice Cream Sandwich and the Galaxy Nexus smartphone that will be the first to run it in Hong Kong late Tuesday evening (promotional video after the break.) Google said Android 4.0 would be immediately available to developers. Samsung will begin shipping the Galaxy Nexus worldwide in November.

And here's what you need to know about Samsung's Galaxy Nexus:

A slim and curvy design. The Galaxy Nexus is 8.94 millimeters thin with a 4.29-millimeter bezel and a wider screen than on earlier Samsung smartphones that's achieved "without the phone feeling any thicker in your hand," according to the company. The next-gen handset has a curved back that's contoured for a "softer, more natural look and feel," while the buttonless design and slip-resistant hyperskin backing are also highlights.

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