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Samsung launches Gear VR Innovator Edition for Galaxy S6, S6 edge

The Samsung Gear VR maybe one first virtual reality gaming systems available in the market today but it certainly has a lot of rooms for improvement. The VR device only became available on Best Buy last March and Samsung has been trying to market the product by letting us see how virtual reality can help connect people even those that are miles away. It still is in its early stages but the tech giant has bigger plans for it which includes a consumer-ready Note 5 Gear VR version someday.

Lollipop finally arrives for Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4

Owners of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 finally have something to cheer about. The OEM announced that the tablet will finally receive the Android 5.0 upgrade, a month after the bigger version, the Galaxy Tab S 10.5 got its Lollipop on. However, the update that will be rolling out to the tablet is version 5.0.2, and not yet the latest one, version 5.1 which has been rolling out to some devices already.

Galaxy S6 has more camera modes for your mobile photography needs

We've seen Samsung's video, proclaiming that their new flagship, the Galaxy S6 is "the smartphone of your dreams' and showing off just why its camera is so awesome. But if you've gotten your hands on this new baby, you also may have noticed that they pared back on some of the built-in features, probably to address criticism that Samsung pre-installs a lot of things you don't need, bloating up your smartphone. However, if you do need those extra camera functions, plus want to discover more, you can get them back through Samsung's app store.

No WiFi support for some smartwatches from LG, Asus

Apparently, not all Android Wear smartwatches are created equal. While those who own the Moto 360 and the Sony Smartwatch 3 are rejoicing that they will have WiFi support from the latest update from the wearable platform, some smartwatches like the LG G Watch, G Watch R, and the Asus Zenwatch will not be getting this additional connectivity from Android. There is still no word from Samsung on whether their devices have WiFi antennas.

LG G4 ready to compete with Samsung Galaxy S6

Less than a week before D-Day, South Korean electronics giant LG is busy gearing up for the release of the 2015 flagship phone--the LG G4. It's going to be a global affair and phone will immediately be available in the Korean market the next day. This means Samsung's newest flagship, the Galaxy S6, will have its direct competitor. LG's advantage? Camera with f/1.8 aperture, removable battery, and its genuine leather back cover.

New videos say the Galaxy S6 is the “smartphone of your dreams”

With a lot of buzz still going on for Samsung's new flagship device, the Galaxy S6, the OEM has to ride on this wave of praise and highlight its features even more. Two new videos released on their YouTube highlights just that, with one focusing on the "super charging" capabilities of the smartphone and the other showing off all the neat things you can do with the camera. Do you agree that the Galaxy S6 may just be the "smartphone of your dreams"?

Samsung Galaxy S6 / Edge Review

The first question you should be asking yourself - after you've decided on a Samsung Galaxy S6 - is whether or not you want to go with the Edge. Your choice will influence the rest of your life in the smartphone environment. While the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge have a LOT of the same elements, they present ever-so-slightly different aims for Samsung in the smartphone universe. Samsung presents you with two options and a question: do you want the best of today, or a glimpse of tomorrow?

Qualcomm to build its next-gen chips on Samsung foundries

Make no mistake about it, this is a big deal for everyone following tech news. Qualcomm, makers of the Snapdragon chipsets that are so famous in the mobile industry, are set to move away from tradition and have come to an agreement that their next-gen chips – the Snapdragon 820, in all possibilities – will be made using Samsung’s foundries.

Rooting will disable Samsung Pay on Galaxy S6

Ok, we understand that some people just don’t like Samsung’s TouchWiz. It’s gotten tremendously better in the new Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, but there are some people who just don’t care for it. So the next thing they do is gain root access to get rid of the bloatware – which is standard procedure, we guess. Only, this might make you think twice. Rooting your Galaxy S6 will make your device ineligible for Samsung Pay.

S Health now available on Google Play Store for Galaxy devices

If you've been using Samsung's S Health app to keep track of your fitness activities and other health-related activities, now you'll be able to update it easily as the OEM has decided to uncouple the app from its own Galaxy Apps Store. You can now also find it on the Google Play Store as well so that any new versions that they will release will find its way faster to your smartphone.
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