Samsung GALAXY S 4

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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PSA: Why doesn’t Facebook Home work on my smartphone?

PSA: Why doesn’t Facebook Home work on my smartphone?

Today is the day Facebook Home is released for Android devices, and though it may seem possible to download the app for your smartphone or tablet, it won't necessarily be in full working order this afternoon. Why would that be - you might ask? Because Facebook's launch of Facebook Home is limited to just five devices - and one of them was just released to the market today.

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Samsung GALAXY S 4 teardown tips real easy fix

Samsung GALAXY S 4 teardown tips real easy fix

When it comes to repairing the smartphone you own right this minute, chances are you've got such a difficult task at hand that you'll be better off handing the job over to a professional. When it comes to the Samsung GALAXY S 4, a teardown video (read: taking the device apart piece-by-piece) shown today appears to have revealed the device to be a rather easy-to-deconstruct setup. While this isn't the first time we've seen a GALAXY S 4 teardown (see an earlier rip-apart here with more detailed photos), it's nice to hear here and now that this device will be easier to repair than than the Galaxy S III - or so they say!

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 Hands-on and Unboxing

Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 Hands-on and Unboxing

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 is about to hit stores in the United States, and with it, Samsung's next push for a new display size attached to next-generation smart pen abilities. This device is essentially the larger wi-fi-only version of what we'll be seeing with the Samsung GALAXY S 4, hovering abilities and all. It might not have the same processor, and it might not be connected to mobile data, but it's certainly keeping with the friendly theme. UPDATE: See our Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 full review now!

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When Do Smartphone Screens Become Too Big?

When Do Smartphone Screens Become Too Big?

I have a problem. I own a smartphone – an iPhone 5 – that comes with a nicely sized, 4-inch screen. When I surf to Web sites, I’m able to see whatever I want. When I go to the iTunes Store and buy a movie or two, I can enjoy them without any trouble whatsoever. For me, the 4-inch screen is an ideal size.

Then again, I thought the same with my former iPhone, which came with a smaller 3.5-inch display. I thought for sure that I wouldn’t need a larger screen. But when I got my hands on the bigger display, I decided otherwise.

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Massive Samsung smartphone leaked: 6.3-inch “Galaxy Mega”

Massive Samsung smartphone leaked: 6.3-inch “Galaxy Mega”

If you thought Samsung was ever going to stop attempting to create smart devices with every single different screen size, Galaxy S to Note to Tab, you were wrong! Today some anonymous sources have let it be known that two new Samsung smartphone/phablet devices by the name Samsung Galaxy Mega will be coming forth some time this year. We'd had some previous insight into at least one of the display sizes due to an accessory release made public during the Samsung GALAXY S 4 reveal event, while the other comes as a bit of a surprise!

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