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Samsung Jay-Z team-up may only be newest in extended music exclusive series

Samsung Jay-Z team-up may only be newest in extended music exclusive series

This week it's become apparent that Samsung will continue to bring on the musical connections with their tie-up with South Korean pop-stars CN Blue for a Blue Moon concert event. This event will be live broadcast through Galaxy devices and will, therefor, make clear Samsung's intent to bring a long series of Galaxy smartphone and tablet exclusives to the public. Jay-Z's entry into this series is the free release of his album Magna Carta Holy Grail to the first one million users attached to an official app.

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Samsung Galaxy S 4 Wireless Charging kit hands-on

Samsung Galaxy S 4 Wireless Charging kit hands-on

This week we've gotten the opportunity to have a close-up look at both the AT&T version of the Samsung Galaxy S 4 Active and their official wireless charging kit for the original Galaxy S 4. The Charging Kit you're seeing here works with the Qi standard for wireless power pushing and has an extremely simple look to it. Should you want to use this kit for the Galaxy S 4 (complete with official backside casing replacement) or for a device like the Google Nexus 4, you're in luck: it's not half bad.

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Samsung Galaxy S 4 LTE-A detailed with new ImageON app

Samsung Galaxy S 4 LTE-A detailed with new ImageON app

Samsung has detailed the latest super-fast version of the Galaxy S 4, the Samsung Galaxy S 4 LTE-A revealed yesterday, as well as confirming its launch plans for the Snapdragon 800 powered smartphone. The new S 4 - which adds support for LTE-Advanced which, on the right network, can achieve up to twice existing LTE data rates - will arrive in Korea over the summer, Samsung says, and will also bring with it the new Samsung ImageON feature.

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Samsung Galaxy S 4 LTE-Advanced appears with Snapdragon 800

Samsung Galaxy S 4 LTE-Advanced appears with Snapdragon 800

Today the slightly more impressive version of the Samsung Galaxy S 4 has been made public with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. For those of you out there with the Samsung Galaxy S 4 without this processor or the added bit of super-speed connectivity this new model adds, it might be a bit of a frustrating situation. On the other hand, this Samsung Galaxy S 4 LTE-Advanced model might not ever see the other side of the ocean.

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Galaxy Tab 3 US-bound launch aims for the high end of low

Galaxy Tab 3 US-bound launch aims for the high end of low

It would appear that Samsung is aiming for the high end of low with their next generation of Samsung Galaxy Tab devices, each of them popping up soon in the USA with a price point that'll cut down - or at least match - their closest opponents. While we've seen each of these devices in short before, it'll be interesting to see how they'll each end up on carrier plans throughout North America. Starting with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 and running down through the Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 and 7.0, Samsung is ready to boost their set with the Galaxy S 4 generation of apps as well.

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Jay-Z Samsung app for Magna Carta arrives: in-depth before the album drop

Jay-Z Samsung app for Magna Carta arrives: in-depth before the album drop

It's time to get in line, citizens of planet Jay-Z. Samsung has a deal with the artist which allows a total of one million users to get in on the album before it's official drop: July 4th for those members of the public that wish to participate in the pre-drop hype. What the deal between Jay-Z and Samsung does is connect fans of the future album to the full track list download (the whole album, that is) for free, several days before it's released to the rest of the public, but only if they've got this unique app that only works on a set of specific Samsung smartphones.

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Hey Samsung, we need to talk about plastic

Hey Samsung, we need to talk about plastic

You can't accuse Samsung of not playing to form. The South Korean company didn't stint on technology at its Thursday event in London, UK, and while there may not have been a single headline gadget like at the Galaxy S 4 launch, Samsung made up for it with a full nine new products. Not for nothing has Samsung become notorious for slotting a different product into every possible niche, but it's not the only habit the firm has fallen into. As Thursday demonstrated, it's really time for Samsung to rethink its addiction to plastic.

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AT&T Galaxy S 4 in Aurora Red Hands-on: red in casing, red in lights

AT&T Galaxy S 4 in Aurora Red Hands-on: red in casing, red in lights

If you're the type of person that likes their phone to be the same color as their passionate, loving heart, AT&T has a unique Samsung Galaxy S 4 for you to glance upon this week. The color that - inside the USA - is exclusive for the moment here with AT&T is Aurora Red, and other than that exterior color and the fact that the capacitive keys up front are red, it's the same unit otherwise existing on the big blue data provider.

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Samsung Galaxy S 4 LTE-Advanced appears disguised as field tests begin

Samsung Galaxy S 4 LTE-Advanced appears disguised as field tests begin

It's time again to have a look at a device that isn't necessarily supposed to be seeing the light of day right quite yet. This machine you're seeing here was photographed by a micro-blogger going by the name of Palm, he or she having been relatively unknown - but notoriously Samsung-friendly to those that have been following him - for working with an abundance of Samsung devices. What this disguise likely surrounds is the Samsung Galaxy S 4 LTE-Advanced.

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