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Samsung teams with Kidrobot for live Galaxy painting with Buff Monster, Woes, Scribe

Samsung teams with Kidrobot for live Galaxy painting with Buff Monster, Woes, Scribe

Samsung has decided to to tap into the collectable artist toys market with Kidrobot this week at CES 2014, inviting several artists to create unique one-off Samsung Galaxy Gear, S4, and Note devices. We’re seeing paint literally applied to cases for the Galaxy Note 10.1 and Note 4, Galaxy S 4, and to the band as well as the body of the smartwatch Galaxy Gear. With artists Scribe, Buff Monster and Woes ready to roll, Samsung brings wild style to their smart devices.

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Samsung Galaxy S5 tipped for April by Samsung exec

Samsung Galaxy S5 tipped for April by Samsung exec

Samsung has some of the most popular smartphones on the market with its Galaxy S series of devices. Currently the Galaxy S4 is one of the most popular smartphones from Samsung. Reports are now coming in from a highly placed Samsung executive that the next generation Samsung Galaxy S smartphone will be coming in April.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo smartphone specs leak in full

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo smartphone specs leak in full

The folks over at GSM Arena have acquired four documents containing the full specifications for Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 Neo, a rumored so-called lite variety of the smartphone by the same (sans Neo) name. These internal documents confirm the existence of the handset, and in it we see details that lay out a handset akin to the previous Note generation, the Note 2.

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Samsung Galaxy viral campaign runs into snafu when star player tweets from iPhone

Samsung Galaxy viral campaign runs into snafu when star player tweets from iPhone

It's a song that has been sung before -- a popular person, hired by a company to promote its products, inadvertently uses a competitor's device in a public way. Such was the case with Alicia Keys earlier this year, for example, when she tweeted from an iPhone while promoting BlackBerry. Bound to afflict anyone who dabbles in the industry long enough, Samsung has now suffered the same faux pas with its latest #Galaxy11 campaign.

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Samsung Galaxy F line of smartphones reportedly in the works

Samsung Galaxy F line of smartphones reportedly in the works

Following closely on the heels of yesterday's curved display smartphone announcement, word has surfaced that Samsung is also busy on another handset project -- a Galaxy F smartphone line akin to the current Galaxy S line. With the rumored new line, Samsung will be offering full metal bodies rather than plastic, as well as some other high-end specifications seen on some competing handsets.

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Samsung Developers Conference registration begins: SDC 2013 initiated

Samsung Developers Conference registration begins: SDC 2013 initiated

This year the folks at Samsung have decided to bring about their own developers conference, one made to show the world that they, too, are capable of pulling in masses of users like Apple or Google. This event will be held not at the Moscone Center, as those other two monster brands, but at the San Francisco St. Francis Hotel. While Samsung Dev Con might not be as massive as the Microsoft developers conference "BUILD", but it's certain to generate some buzz over the next couple of months.

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Samsung Premiere event hardware wrap-up: Galaxy and ATIV abound

Samsung Premiere event hardware wrap-up: Galaxy and ATIV abound

As expected, Samsung unveiled an absolute slew of new products during their Premiere event in London. The company's Galaxy and ATIV lineup of devices both received add-ons in the form of new laptops, tablets, a camera, and even an all-in-one desktop thrown in there for good measure. If you missed out in the festivities during the event, read on to get a quick recap of all that was announced.

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NASA crafts 160-megapixel image of our closest galaxy

NASA crafts 160-megapixel image of our closest galaxy

There's really nothing better than an insanely large image, and NASA created a large one of their own, except this isn't an panorama of a landscape here on Earth. It's an image of our nearest galaxy, the Large Magellanic Cloud. Astronomers at NASA and Pennsylvania State University used NASA's Swift satellite to create the magnificent imagery.

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Newly-discovered galaxy forms stars at record pace

Newly-discovered galaxy forms stars at record pace

Scientists, researchers, and astronomers alike are all working around the clock to try and discover new bits and pieces on the history of the universe, and it appears they stumbled onto something quite interesting just recently. Astronomers have spotted what appears to be the most productive star-forming galaxy ever found, dubbed HFLS 3.

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