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Samsung’s new ad “note” a dig at Apple, “note”-iceably funny

Just when we've despaired that Samsung would never come out with an ad that will not disparage its competitors (and when we say competitor, of course we mean Apple), the OEM surprises us with a hilarious, if a bit long, video. The almost 4 1/2 minute video is a refreshing ad for the Galaxy Note 4 that banks on sense of humor rather than just poking fun at Apple products and hopefully heralds the dawn of a new kind of campaign for its smartphones and tablets. Well, at least when it comes to advertising.

Galaxy Note 4 gets unboxed in Korea

Here in the US and other parts of the world, we still have a bit to wait before we can get our hands on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 smartphone. In Korea, the device has just launched and it has already been unboxed. Get ready to be very jealous.

Bose SoundTrue and SoundSport in-ear headphones debut

Bose has announced some new in-ear headphones with versions specifically made for Android devices. The headphones include the SoundTrue and SoundSport models. Bose uses TriPort tech in the headphones for balanced sound with deeper bass than normal ear buds can deliver.

Galaxy Alpha smartphone lands on AT&T website

A few days ago, we learned that AT&T would be selling the Samsung Galaxy Alpha smartphone, fast forward a few days and the smartphone is now live on the AT&T website. All three white, gold and black version of the smartphone are on the site along with the full specifications for the device. The Galaxy Alpha is priced at $199.99 with 2-year contract, or a $612.99 without service contract.

Early Gear VR games will come without price tags

Aspiring Gear VR game developers beware. If you plan on jumping on this new, interesting, yet still unproven platform, you might be waiving your right to monetize your product, at least for the time being. This is due to a limitation to the Oculus Platform that will be launching earlier than scheduled alongside Samsung's virtual reality headset.

Rumored Samsung Galaxy A series to have LTE connectivity

As we reported late last week, it's been leaked that Samsung will be launching three new phones in the Galaxy A series line, slightly lower-end, probably non-metal versions of the recently-launched Galaxy Alpha. Now, more details have reportedly surfaced, and if they are to be believed, all three smartphones will have LTE connectivity, a must-have now for devices, but also not something that lower-end phones usually tout.
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