Verizon is rolling out a rather small update for the Samsung Galaxy S5. This maintenance update, which doesn't upgrade the Android 4.4.2 version to anything more recent, brings a mixed bag of useful fixes and improvements.
In continuing with its tradition of pulling no punches when mocking its competition, Samsung’s newly-released ad for their Galaxy S5 has once again chosen rival Apple to receive its barbs. The ad entitled “Screen Envy”
Since Samsung has been harping about the Ultra Power Saving mode of its Galaxy S5 for some time now, even going so far as to mock its rivals with a clever ad, they decided to prove its worth with a coast to coast road trip test.
Samsung has been pretty consistent in churning out “mini” versions of their flagship phones, starting with the Galaxy S3 Mini which launched in October 2012. This year’s Galaxy S5 Mini follows in that tradition, announced
Some South Korean tech media outfits have now been pushing stories of Samsung launching what they call the Samsung Galaxy Alpha some time in August, one month ahead of the anticipated launch of Apple’s iPhone 6 in September,
Rumors and speculation about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy F, the premium version of the current flagship Galaxy S5 have been rampant, even as there is still no concrete news as to when it’s actually coming out. The latest leaked
Samsung ads have never shied away from taking potshots at its competitors, particularly its biggest rival, Apple. The latest ad for its Galaxy S5 is no exception as it seems to highlight its newest smartphone by making fun of
Putting an end to another series of leaks and rumors, Samsung has officially unveiled the Galaxy S5 Mini. This is the third in the line of mini devices from Samsung, and similar to what we've seen in the past -- the Galaxy S5
Have an international model of the Galaxy Note 3 and jealous of the T-Mobile version getting some flagship features? Now you can stop being the green-eyed monster, as some owners in the UK are reporting an update to their device
Phone manufacturers often poke fun at the competition. We've seen plenty from all the big players, however it looks like HTC has become the latest to jump in with an attack. HTC has taken to Twitter in an effort to push the One