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Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 AllShare hands-on vs GSIII

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 AllShare hands-on vs GSIII

When you purchase a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 this week, you'll have a fabulous time sharing with none other than your favorite Samsung smartphone - the Galaxy S III. With the Galaxy S III and the Galaxy Note 10.1, you've got wi-fi direct connections with the app interface called AllShare. As it was with the Galaxy S III connecting with other Galaxy S III units when that model was released, so too is it with the Galaxy Note 10.1, a sharing environment created by Samsung to keep users in their own family of products exclusively.

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Samsung adds SugarSync cloud to AllShare Play on Galaxy S III

Samsung adds SugarSync cloud to AllShare Play on Galaxy S III

Samsung and SugarSync have inked a deal which will see the sync/share app preloaded on the Galaxy S III, adding to the smartphone's AllShare Play feature with wireless file and media sync across devices. SugarSync Cloud will be bolted onto AllShare Play, giving each user 5GB of free online storage space (and the option to buy more), while existing users will instantly be able to access their current files from their new Samsung gadget.

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Samsung Audio Docks pack AllShare, AirPlay and Bluetooth

Samsung Audio Docks pack AllShare, AirPlay and Bluetooth

Samsung has revealed a range of new audio docks ahead of CES, the DA-E750 and DA-E670, targeting Apple and Android phone device users connecting either wired or wirelessly. The Samsung Audio Dock DA-E750 includes a 100W home-grown hybrid vacuum tube amp powering a 2.1 speaker system including subwoofer, with AllShare support for Samsung devices, AirPlay for Apple gadgets and Bluetooth for everything else.

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Samsung GamePad turns mobile devices into full-blown gaming consoles

Samsung GamePad turns mobile devices into full-blown gaming consoles

Samsung has released "GamePad", a gaming controller that attaches to a smartphone or tablet for a console-like mobile gaming experience. The GamePad has a telescoping cradle that accommodates mobile devices turned sideways for devices ranging in width from 4 inches to 6.3 inches. The GamePad connects wirelessly to the mobile device via Bluetooth, so physical attachment to the controller isn't necessary.

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Samsung Smart Media Player adds on-demand to dumb TVs

Samsung Smart Media Player adds on-demand to dumb TVs

Samsung has revealed a new set-top streaming box for adding Netflix, YouTube, and Amazon Instant Video to TVs that don't have internet features baked in. The Samsung Smart Media Player (GX-SM530CF) pulls over 100 of the apps Samsung usually includes in its smart TV line-up, but pipes them through to any TV with an HDMI port. There's also support for an optional CableCARD for adding local cable channels too.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Review

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Review

In the Galaxy Note 3 you'll find the re-solidification of the idea that this device category was both invented by and continues to be piloted by Samsung. You wont find this company resting on its laurels when it comes to adding and refining both software features and hardware bits and pieces. This is easily the finest not-quite-tablet-sized smartphone on the market - but what does that mean in a market with little to no competition?

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Samsung GALAXY S 4 official US launch details confirmed

Samsung GALAXY S 4 official US launch details confirmed

Samsung's GALAXY S 4 will be available across seven US carriers in April, with a range of accessories, the company has confirmed today, bringing the much-anticipated phone to AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and other networks. The smartphone - Samsung's fourth Galaxy-series flagship, officially revealed last month - will also be available on US Cellular, Cricket, and C Spire, as well as in Best Buy and Best Buy Mobile, Costco, Radio Shack, Sam's Club, Staples, Target and Wal-Mart stores.

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Samsung Series 5 UltraTouch Review

Samsung Series 5 UltraTouch Review

With the Samsung Series 5 UltraTouch you've got one of the companies most solid deliveries of an Ultrabook-level computer upgraded with Windows 8 and a full 10-point touch display. With this notebook you're going to be working with 3rd Gen Intel Core i5 processor power under the hood, a lovely 13.3 LED HD screen, and a market cost well under a thousand bucks. Sound like a value proposition you'll want to add to your already burgeoning Samsung device collection?

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