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Samsung announces new Wallet app to take on Apple’s Passbook

Samsung announces new Wallet app to take on Apple’s Passbook

During a developer conference at Mobile World Congress today, Samsung announced Wallet, an Apple Passbook-style ticket and coupon management app that looks to compete against Apple's own offering. Samsung has already launched the open API to the app, and the tool will allow users to save tickets, boarding passes, coupons, and other paperwork to a central hub on their mobile devices.

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First Windows Phone 8 GDR2 to be the HTC Tiara

First Windows Phone 8 GDR2 to be the HTC Tiara

HTC just announced its 2013 Android flagship smartphone, the HTC One, which is also HTC's trump card in getting itself out of its financial rut. However, if the sales of the HTC One doesn't go as successfully as planned, HTC's going to find itself in a lot of trouble. HTC, however, has a contingency plan, and while it won't launch the company to financial bliss, it will serve as a cushion until the company figures out what to do next.

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Galaxy Note 8.0 calls out iPad mini before it’s revealed

Galaxy Note 8.0 calls out iPad mini before it’s revealed

This week we've been hearing our fair share about this next-generation Samsung device known as the Galaxy Note 8.0, and today it's become clear: the competition is on for the iPad mini. While the iPad mini's display is 1024 x 768 across 7.9-inches, the Galaxy Note 8.0 has been tipped as 1280 x 800 across 8-inches - that's just about as close as it gets without perfect replication. We've also seen a supposed early press image leak from the likes of a fellow by the name of @Clasificatearg that, even if it's not straight from Samsung, gives us an idea of how similar this device will likely be to the Apple offering both aesthetically and technically.

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Samsung Galaxy Camera hands-on

Samsung Galaxy Camera hands-on

Samsung's Galaxy Camera might run Android, but in your hand it's most definitely a point-and-shoot. Still, Samsung has taken advantage of that heft well: you get a huge 21x optical zoom, 16-megapixel camera and a vast 4.8-inch HD screen. We caught up with Samsung ahead of its IFA 2012 "Unpacked" launch event to see how the Galaxy Camera holds up. Read on for our hands-on first impressions.

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