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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear smartwatch take over Times Square

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear smartwatch take over Times Square

This week the folks at Samsung created a spectacle of themselves for the likes of their new device duo: the Galaxy Note 3 and the smartwatch known as Samsung Galaxy Gear. They did this both in Berlin and in New York City, with a press event for IFA 2013 and a veritable party in the streets in Times Square. While the press were invited to have a peek at the products in Germany, members of the public were ushered in to see the devices in the USA.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear get broad US carrier support

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear get broad US carrier support

Samsung's new Galaxy Note 3 and the Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch have managed a full gamut of the five top US carriers, further ramping up the pressure on Android rivals like HTC and LG. The new Note 3 "phablet", announced today at Samsung's pre-IFA "Unpacked 2013" event, ramps up the screen size to 5.7-inches and introduces not only new S Pen stylus functionality but a companion wearable in the shape of the Galaxy Gear watch. While reaction to the Gear has been mixed, that hasn't stopped the networks from jumping onboard.

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Galaxy Gear smartwatch confirmed by Samsung executive for September 4th

Galaxy Gear smartwatch confirmed by Samsung executive for September 4th

This week in an interview in Korea a Samsung executive by the name of Lee Young-hee has not only confirmed the existence of the Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch once again, but has pinpointed the reveal date for September 4th. This places the reveal squarely on top of IFA 2013 and a Samsung event that'll likely also be showing off the Samsung Galaxy Note III. These devices will also likely work together with one another wirelessly right out of the box, so to speak.

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SlashGear 101: The Samsung GALAXY S 4

SlashGear 101: The Samsung GALAXY S 4

With the Samsung GALAXY S 4 the company has focused on four key areas that they've found are most important for everyday life fulfillment, the first being Enjoyment. Creating and nurturing relationships is the second, Everyday Convenience is the third, and the fourth and final pillar is Health and Wellness. With this release, Samsung isn't just creating a smartphone that you'll integrate into your life, they're creating a conduit through which you'll be living your life in a more pleasant, healthy, and convenient way.

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Samsung Z delayed again: Is it game-over for troubled Tizen?

Samsung Z delayed again: Is it game-over for troubled Tizen?

Samsung has again delayed the launch of its Tizen-powered Samsung Z smartphone, admitting that it still needed time to "further enhance" the software ecosystem for the handset before it was ready for primetime. The postponement - not the first time the Samsung Z launch has been set back - has left the company with no firm public date for when its Tizen device might actually hit shelves.

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Samsung continues iPhone war with “Screen Envy”

Samsung continues iPhone war with “Screen Envy”

This morning Samsung has released a video spot which kicks 5.5-inch iPhone 6 rumors into the spotlight. The Samsung Galaxy S5 works with a 5.1-inch display, of course, allowing Samsung to fully utilize their "we did it first" finesse in the field. In "Screen Envy", Samsung brings the snark once again.

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See The Hunger Games Mockingjay Trailer 1 with Samsung

See The Hunger Games Mockingjay Trailer 1 with Samsung

The power of cross-branding continues to flow through the veins of Samsung mobile, this time taking to The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 with a campaign similar to that of the Jay Z release with the Galaxy S4. With the Samsung Galaxy S4, users were able to preview, then download the entirety of Jay Z’s then-new album Magna Carta Holy Grail. This time around, trailers and exclusive previews will be shared.

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Google, Samsung bitterness resurfaces on wearables

Google, Samsung bitterness resurfaces on wearables

Google and Samsung have an interesting history. Often working together, the two eventually end up splitting apart at the seams. Be it Nexus devices or Chromebooks, there has almost always been a very Google-centric Samsung device floating around. The latest Samsung-for-Google device, the Gear Live, may have drawn a line in the sand.

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