Wearables are more than just functional nowadays. They also need to be fashionable, particularly since users have to wear them every day. We’ve seen a lot of traditional watchmakers get into the market and we’ve seen OEMs
Samsung’s flagship devices, the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge came with this small but interesting accessory called the On-the-Go Adapter that looks like your normal USB connector. But as Samsung explains, it’s not just your normal
So the folks over at SamMobile pride themselves to be in the know with all things Samsung – this is kind of the point of their tech website. They’ve told us a few things about the upcoming flagship phablet of Samsung recently
When you’re out there on the ocean, riding the waves on your board, the last thing you’re probably thinking is, “What are people tweeting at me right now?” You will also probably not be wandering about what the wave
One thing that Blackberry fans loved (or still love) about their Blackberry 10 OS is the Blackberry Hub which integrated a user’s email, social networks, and instant messengers so you can look at all of them and respond
After weeks of speculation and even a full leak yesterday, Samsung has finally made the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2016) official. And as expected, the final specs are pretty much the same as what has been going around the rumor mill.
The Samsung Gear 360 VR Camera was released commercially in South Korea a few weeks ago. A lot of people are anticipating for it and are excited that it will bring the unique 360-degree videos. Samsung is one of those companies
Now that Samsung’s current and previous flagship devices have already received their Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update, it should be the turn of the other devices on the “fringes”. The latest one to finally be update is the
Storage on our smartphone devices is always a problem, especially if you have a lot of photos and videos to store, and apps to install. Android users have it better than others of course, since most phones have support for
An “anonymous source” probably from within the carrier has leaked information that T-Mobile will be announcing on May 18 the availability of two new Android devices for their subscribers, the Samsung Galaxy J7 and the LG K10.