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Samsung to fight Facebook tip insiders

Samsung to fight Facebook tip insiders

Samsung is reportedly looking into creating its own social network to tie in with existing devices and services. The new social network, code named “Samsung Facebook”, is said to be an eventual competitor to Facebook that would be accessible on smartphones, cameras, and televisions. The company is interested in further social features after the success of its ChatOn messaging platform, available on multiple smartphone operating systems.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 Review

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 Review

This week we've gotten the next Galaxy Player family member in the house with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1. What's that, you say? The Galaxy Tab 2 is a tablet and not a Galaxy Player? I beg to differ, ladies and gentlemen, as the Samsung world has done a big split in recent months, with no less than the Galaxy Tab 2 line heading in the direction of the media player while the Galaxy Note line (including the 10.1, for example) moves in the direction the Galaxy Tab 10.1 original started in back at Google I/O in 2011. Have a peek at what the Tab 2 line continues here in the 2 10.1 for the media world.

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Samsung announces Omnia M Windows Phone

Samsung announces Omnia M Windows Phone

All eyes may be on the Nokia Lumia 900 in the United States and Europe, but there are still other OEMs supporting Windows Phone. Samsung has today announced its latest Windows Phone handset, the Omnia M. It looks to be a refreshed version of the Omnia 7, with specs that you’re probably familiar with by now. Samsung is sticking to the safe rectangular design rather than the curves found on the Omnia W.

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Samsung Galaxy Pocket demands focused fingers

Samsung Galaxy Pocket demands focused fingers

Samsung continues its smartphone scheme of "a phone for every finger, fat or thin" with the Galaxy Pocket, a dinky device with a 2.8-inch QVGA screen and Android 2.3 Gingerbread. As the resolution and OS version suggest, the Galaxy Pocket falls at the budget end of the scale, running an 832MHz single-core processor and toting a mere 2-megapixel fixed-focus camera.

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Samsung Galaxy S Advance official: midrange curvy Android

Samsung Galaxy S Advance official: midrange curvy Android

Samsung has revealed a new midrange Android smartphone, the Galaxy S Advance, packing a 4-inch Super AMOLED display and dual-core 1GHz processor and intended to push the company's Hub services. Similar to - though smaller than - the bestselling Galaxy S II, the Galaxy S Advance has a 5-megapixel camera, WVGA display and 768MB of RAM, slotting Samsung's ChatON IM app along with music, ebook and gaming download Hubs into Android 2.3 Gingerbread.

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Samsung Wave 3 hands-on [Video]

Samsung Wave 3 hands-on [Video]

Samsung's bada platform has been something of a stealth OS until now, though one that's seen surprising smartphone success in the market. Still, it's remains on the down-low in comparison to Android, iOS and others, something Samsung hopes to change with bada 2.0 and the Wave 3. We grabbed some hands-on time with the 4-inch smartphone at IFA 2011; read on for our first impressions.

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Samsung Wave 3 Smartphone Ushers in bada 2.0 Trio at IFA 2011

Samsung Wave 3 Smartphone Ushers in bada 2.0 Trio at IFA 2011

In Berlin this week Samsung's Unpacked IFA 2011 event we're seeing several devices running the hardware manufacturer's own mobile OS Bada 2.0, at the head of a pack of three devices the lovely looking Wave 3. Now this isn't the first time we've gotten a look at the Wave 3, Samsung officially unveiling the Wave 3, the Wave M, and the Wave Y in a release on the 30th of this month. What's new for the viewing at the Samsung Unpacked event is the groups renewed dedication to the Bada platform and slightly different spin on the trio of devices announced this week making them seem all the more appealing as they surf in to an ocean of mobile devices, a flood if you will, largely dominated by Samsung's other main partner in mobile, Google's Android.

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