Samsung, with this video showing just how much physical abuse they put onto their products before letting them out into consumer hands, and you may just feel some mental relief.
cloud through an Android device, you had to use a third party, unofficial application to do just that. Finally (and thankfully) there is an authentic solution to your problem, and it's now available on Google Play as an official, licensed Google product.
Samsung Galaxy S 5 is currently in development stages, but what isn't known is what it will look like or feel like in the palm of your hand. With over 10 million S 4's sold already, it's exciting to think about how different (or similar) the S 5 will be, and whether or not it will be an evolution or a brand new product altogether.
Android collectors are a hardcore bunch, and when it comes to the little Android guy itself, they simply can't get enough. For those who are looking for a more "vibrant" Android collection, Dead Zebra has introduced a new Rainbow set of him, which includes a figurine of him in 10 different and exciting colors. Crack your piggy bank, rob a bank, and mug the elderly; it's time to pick one up.
Asphalt 8 will set you back exactly $.99, making it an even better value than Asphalt 7 was. With a host of new changes and enhanced features, you'll be wanting to get it as fast as humanly possible.
Samsung Galaxy S4 for a not-so-inexpensive 1000 U.S. Dollars.
Galaxy Mega 6.3 (along with the slightly smaller Galaxy Mega 5.8) back in April and since then we have seen reports suggesting the handset was going to arrive in the US by way of AT&T. Well, we have yet to see anything official from AT&T or Samsung on that front, however the handset has begun shipping to those in the US.
earlier in the week suggested that select Samsung devices were nearing approval for use by the US government. Those reports mentioned the GALAXY S 4, however the overall approval seemed hinged on the Samsung Knox security software. Coming this morning, we have received word from Samsung in regards to the approval and moving forward, the US government and military will be able to use Samsung smartphones and tablets provided they are running the Knox security software.
employees in the Pentagon, however it looks like the Department of Defense is just about ready to issue an approval. The catch here comes in with which devices will receive the approval. Right now, it is looking like those will include Samsung Galaxy smartphones. Or more specifically, Samsung Galaxy smartphones that are running the Knox security software.