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Samsung offers extended warranty for selected Galaxy devices

Damaged smartphones and phablets, especially the ones that you bought for a lot of money, are a living and very real nightmare for gadget owners. No matter how careful you are in handling your phone, accidents will happen. You will drop your phone. You will spill something on it. No matter how tough your phone supposedly is, there will be damage at one point. And if your warranty is expired, good luck then. Samsung is now offering a product that will somehow set your mind at ease when it comes to this problem.

Olloclip intros 4-in-1 Photo Lens for Galaxy S5

The Olloclip first became a household name as lens accessory for the iPhone. Different versions of the lens already came out. For a time, the iOS fans are the only ones enjoying the product but now, it's pretty much available for Android.

Android 4.4.3 to arrive this month for Samsung Galaxy S5

It’s about time that Samsung’s premium devices get some Android 4.4.3 love, even as other smartphones have already incorporated the version in recent updates. Motorola’s Moto E, G, and X have all gotten updates, as well as Nexus and Google Play Experience devices. The update is coming to the Galaxy S5 this month, while Galaxy S4 users have to wait until July.

Samsung’s Galaxy S4 versus the new Galaxy S5 — what’s new?

Having just announced the Galaxy S5, Samsung fans are undoubtedly joyous about the new flagship. We like the new styling, which pinches a bit of cool from the Note series. There are also the typical litany of features packed in, but what’s changed? The device is clearly updated, but is there enough to get excited about? We give a quick overview of what’s new!

Moment brings premium lenses to mobile devices, Android included

The lack of add-on camera lenses for Android devices can be frustrating. Our iOS counterparts seem to enjoy a nearly endless litany of aftermarket products, while Android users are left to the stock offering, and not much else. For some Android users, that could (read: likely will) change soon. A new Kickstarter brings the aftermarket camera to one popular lineup of Android devices, with more possible.
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