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Samsung buys mSpot cloud music service

Samsung buys mSpot cloud music service

Samsung may have spoiled any big CTIA reveals with the launch of the Galaxy S III last week, but that doesn't mean it can't make some corporate waves. The Korean manufacturer has announced that it's purchased mSpot, a cloud music and movie service focused on mobile apps. While Samsung didn't announce its intentions beyond tablet and smartphone integration, its desire for both media sales and cloud infrastructure services across its many device categories is well known.

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Samsung Galaxy S III features break the mold

Samsung Galaxy S III features break the mold

Today we're going to take a look at what makes the Galaxy S III clearly the best choice for Android users who've owned a Samsung device in the past. The next-generation hero phone presented by Samsung this week known as the Galaxy S III is not an all-out whallop on the rest of the smartphone market, it's mean to further perfect the art. This is the trend now in the smartphone world, to take what's already working and tune it up a bit to a better place - and in no better place can this be seen than in this GSIII.

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Samsung’s Software Wake-Up

Samsung’s Software Wake-Up

Samsung's new Galaxy S III isn't short on superlatives - its quadcore chip and HD Super AMOLED display spring to mind - but the biggest upgrade is surprisingly in software, not hardware. There's no denying that the Galaxy S III raises the game from the Galaxy S II, bringing the new flagship up to scratch in competing with HTC's One X and steeling itself for the incoming iPhone 5. Yet, while Samsung excels in hardware, it's software and ecosystem which took the focus of the company's launch.

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Galaxy S III Accessories Hands-On

Galaxy S III Accessories Hands-On

Today we've gotten the opportunity to not only get a look at the Galaxy S III in-person, but to look at the accessories that go with it as well. What you'll see here is a set of fold-over covers, cases of all shapes and sizes, and a charging dock that's almost, but not quite, that lovely wireless charger you've heard so much about. You'll also get a peek at the Samsung S Pebble, also known as a tiny MP3 player accessory that connects to your Galaxy S III with a tap, and a peek at AllShare Cast for wireless transmission of HD video!

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Samsung Galaxy S III Event Wrap-Up

Samsung Galaxy S III Event Wrap-Up

Today has had so much Samsung Galaxy S III event news that your head must be spinning - allow me to screw it back on for you with a wrap-up. Here we've got the newest smartphone from Samsung, their new hero with a quad-core processor made by Samsung themselves, an Exynos, with a 4.8-inch display up front of the device and a plastic back. Here we've got Samsung's smartest smartphone with newly enhanced S-Voice abilities over the Galaxy S II, 8-megapixels of photography power on the back with 1080p video, and a whole lot more!

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Samsung Galaxy S III official

Samsung Galaxy S III official

Samsung has finally taken the wraps off of the Galaxy S III, the company's third-generation Galaxy flagship and a device that has managed to muster iPhone-levels of pre-launch hype. Revealed today in London, UK, the Samsung Galaxy S III is unmistakably a Galaxy-family phone, but brings a new, 4.8-inch 720p HD Super AMOLED display, 1.4GHz quad-core processor and - perhaps more importantly - several software modifications to improve the user-experience.

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Samsung S-Cloud tipped to challenge Apple on May 3

Samsung S-Cloud tipped to challenge Apple on May 3

Samsung's Galaxy S III isn't the only new product expected at the company's May 3 event in London; the S-Cloud rival service to Apple's iCloud is also tipped to make its official debut. Full details of the service are unclear, though the long-rumored launch is a lock-in for early next month so the Maeli Business' sources whisper, but unlike Apple there will supposedly be no limits on what type of content can be stored in Samsung's cloud. Interestingly, Samsung confirmed last week that it has a multimedia cloud service in the pipeline.

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Samsung: Full OLED TV details plus “premium range” reveal in August

Samsung: Full OLED TV details plus “premium range” reveal in August

Samsung will haul its OLED HDTV to IFA 2012 in late August, the company has confirmed, giving the 55-inch set its official launch along with a new, premium range of TVs. The OLED TV was first shown off at CES back in January 2012, with incredibly narrow bezels, a super-slim depth panel and, of course, the vivid colors and great contrast ratio that we're used to from OLED screens. Samsung has been coy with pricing, though. Meanwhile, there's also news on a cloud upgrade for AllShare.

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Samsung Galaxy Player 3.6 Review

Samsung Galaxy Player 3.6 Review

As the world finds itself in a frenzy looking for every smart product they can get their hands on, Samsung continues to move forward with a series of relatively low-cost media machines called Galaxy Players. Today we're taking a peek at the Samsung Galaxy Player 3.6, a device which with its 3.6-inch display has Android 2.3 Gingerbread at your fingertips complete with wireless connections such as Bluetooth and Wi-fi set to have you working with the full gamut of Samsung and otherwise wireless-friendly connections. The screen resolution is relatively low compared to the high-grade Samsung smartphones out there, and the processor is sort of tiny - is it still enough to entice the masses?

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