Samsung execs about finding ways to better promote Facebook through their product portfolio. Sadly for us, not many details can be made, but we can make some educated guesses as to why he's there in the first place.
Samsung was looking into switching it up color-wise for their Galaxy S 4 Line, and now AT&T has come in with their brand new "Aurora Red" paintcode. Spicing up (most literally) the S 4, this vibrant red is only available to AT&T customers on a two year agreement for $199, or can be picked up on its own, off contract, for $639.99.
Humble Bundle 6 are asking you to donate some money (any money) to help support the Child's Play Charity and the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and in return you'll get five cool games for your Android device. That's not too much to ask, is it?
Samsung have announced yet another Galaxy device, only this one isn't a part of their growing Galaxy S4 lineup. The device is called the Samsung Galaxy Ring, and will be available exclusively from Virgin Mobile for those on a budget. The no-contract device has some decent specs too, so lets take a peek below.
Samsung is preparing their live promotional product introduction event for Thursday, and we'll be there to cover it. If you don't like having your news fed to you, and instead like to see it for yourself, you too can watch it via live stream on the Samsung site and on YouTube. Either way you enjoy it, you should be in for quite a show.
announced they'll be the exclusive carrier of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet with 4G LTE. At the same time they detailed a pretty stellar deal offering the tablet for $199 (instead of $399) when bundled with participating Samsung Galaxy smartphones. A deal indeed. Today Samsung's confirmed Verizon wants in on the fun, and will be doing the same for the rest of June.
Samsung Galaxy S4.
Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet. After initially confirming the news, this afternoon AT&T is back sharing all of the details and pricing. You can get your own 4G LTE powered Note 8.0 Friday June 21st, for just $399, and even less with a bundle.
AT&T have announced a slew of changes and improvements to their GoPhone prepaid plans and lineup of smartphones. We've been hearing rumors lately about what could be changing, but today they made it official. Things are about to get cheaper, and they'll also be offering 4G LTE access to prepaid customers.