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Galaxy Note 4 three-point bend test uses a robotic butt

Lots of talk about bending smartphones has been going around after some iPhone 6 Plus devices turned up bent after being carried in pockets. Apple's response was to say only a few devices have actually bent, but the negative press affected the image of the device and led to a number of other smartphone makers feeling like they need to prove their devices won’t bend.

Fleksy arrives on Amazon, Samsung app stores, adds 2 languages

Virtual keyboard Fleksy has announced that they are coming to a couple more app stores as they continue to expand their presence in the Android Community. Now you can get the app through Amazon and Samsung's own appstores. They've also added a few new languages and brought a major update to its Android Wear app to celebrate a milestone for downloads for the wearables.

Galaxy Ace Style LTE features 1.2GHz quad-core CPU

Samsung has tossed a new Galaxy smartphone on the market with little fanfare called the Galaxy Ace Style LTE. The smartphone has a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED display with 800 x 480 resolution. That isn't exactly a high-resolution screen by today's standards, but it gets the job done well enough on a lower cost device.

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is a ‘larger than life’ smartphone

Ever since Samsung announced the Galaxy Note Edge a few weeks ago, Android fans seem to be on the, well, edge of their seats. To get people more excited about this "stateof-the-art" smartphone, they've released more information about the upcoming device through an infographic highlighting the specs and five features that the Galaxy Edge can uniquely give you (if you're lucky enough to be one of the limited few).

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.