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Samsung “The Safety Truck” has screens on the back

Samsung “The Safety Truck” has screens on the back

Samsung does a lot of hauling items in Argentina and operates a large fleet of big rigs within the country. Argentina has a high incidence of traffic fatalities, according to Samsung a person dies in a traffic accident every hour within the country. Of those traffic accident fatalities, 80% of them happen on roads and the majority of those on road accidents are from people trying to pass.

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Leaked Galaxy J5 specs tip 5-inch screen and Snapdragon 410

Leaked Galaxy J5 specs tip 5-inch screen and Snapdragon 410

Samsung wants to have a smartphone for every need and category with high-end devices like the Galaxy S6 being too expensive for some users. For those who can't afford or don’t want a high-end device, there are plenty of mid and low range smartphones in the Samsung lineup. A new Samsung Galaxy device has leaked with photos and specifications turning up online. The device is called the Galaxy J5.

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Samsung Galaxy S6 Active hands-on vs Galaxy S6

Samsung Galaxy S6 Active hands-on vs Galaxy S6

Today we compare the Galaxy S6 Active to it's slightly less active counterpart, the original Samsung Galaxy S6. These devices are very similar where it matters most - in their cameras, their software, and their displays. The places where they're different is in their ability to handle the elements. Hence the name - Active. There's also carriers to think about. While the Galaxy S6 is available through most any carrier you like, the Active iteration is only available in the United States through AT&T. If you cannot roll with that, you cannot roll with this.

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Iron Man Galaxy S6 Edge sells for $91K because it was number 66

Iron Man Galaxy S6 Edge sells for $91K because it was number 66

The Iron Man version of Samsung's Galaxy S6 Edge is a pretty sweet limited edition variant, especially if you're a fan of the Avengers or Marvel comic in general. Sure, one would expect to pay a bit of a premium price for a limited edition, but would you pay over $91,000? Well, one customer in China did. Chinese internet retailer JD.com, auctioned off the Iron Man S6 Edge, receiving 92,429 bids in total, with yesterday's winner paying 568,788 Yuan, or roughly US$91,600.

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Samsung’s Korean patent shows tri-folding tablet design

Samsung’s Korean patent shows tri-folding tablet design

It seems that Samsung is getting back on track when it comes to its fantastical display ambitions. Once known for its obsession for foldable and bendable displays, Samsung is once again the subject of rumors of equally fantastical devices of the future. A recent patent granted to its by the Korean Intellectual Property Office reveals just how much the Korean OEM has thought about the topic. This latest shows a tablet that can fold in three parts to become what could very well be a phablet.

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Samsung shows off new transparent, mirrored OLED displays

Samsung shows off new transparent, mirrored OLED displays

Samsung has just announced a new pair of OLED displays with unique features: one is transparent and the other is a mirror. The mirrored display offers up a typical reflection of someone standing in front of it, but is also able to add augmented imagery overtop, like a necklace around the user's neck. The transparent display was demonstrated as a billboard ad, with advertising information appearing on a clear panel, and background scenery still visible.

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PlayStation Now goes live for Samsung Smart TVs

PlayStation Now goes live for Samsung Smart TVs

If you don't happen to own a PlayStation console but would love to be able to still play some popular PS titles, then you're in luck. That is, if you have a 2015 Samsung Smart TV. The PlayStation Now game streaming service has just started rolling out to these high-end TVs, allowing even those without Sony-branded devices to enjoy some of the content offered to the Sony faithful. This is just one of the latest ways that Sony has started spreading its PS ecosystem outside the exclusive realm of its gaming hardware.

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Apple Notes update hints at new kind of iPhone

Apple Notes update hints at new kind of iPhone

Today Apple introduced an update to their iOS app Notes, an update which allows free-form note-writing. This sort of note-writing works with your finger, but lends itself to the use of a stylus. As Apple does not yet have an official stylus, it's been suggested - not by Apple directly - that a new type of iPhone might be coming in. With the iPhone 6 Plus already large enough to hold a stylus inside, why not? Can you imagine any reason why Apple wouldn't want to put a stylus in their iPhone?

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Samsung Galaxy S6 Active released as AT&T exclusive

Samsung Galaxy S6 Active released as AT&T exclusive

This morning the Samsung Galaxy S6 Active was revealed by AT&T, the exclusive carrier of this product inside the United States. This product will be offered in three relatively unique colors: Camo White, Camo Blue, or Gray. This phone will be released in a fashion similar to previous "Active" devices, coming with features very similar or identical to that of their Galaxy S6 brethren, same processor, same camera, same display. Wireless charging is also in play here, as evidenced by AT&T's pushing of the official Samsung Wireless Charging Pad in a bundle deal.

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