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Galaxy Gear reboot imminent as Best Buy, AT&T axe stock

Galaxy Gear reboot imminent as Best Buy, AT&T axe stock

It would seem that the Samsung Galaxy Gear smart watch will be getting a reboot sooner than later as both Best Buy and AT&T have made efforts to cut stock this week. While we've expected that Samsung would bring on an updated Samsung Galaxy Gear sooner than later, this bit of info allows us to see into the imminent future - more than likely Mobile World Congress 2014, as it were. Here we'll see the latest in Samsung wearables as well as - quite likely - the Samsung Galaxy S5 as well.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 tablets: leaks spill the beans

Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 tablets: leaks spill the beans

According to a collection of documents shared this afternoon relatively anonymously, the Samsung tablet division is readying three new Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 devices for Mobile World Congress 2014. These devices will each be incrementally better than their predecessors, coming up with cameras and processing power roughly on-par with the Samsung Galaxy S III for each iteration - roughly. These devices will also each be released with Android 4.4 KitKat.

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FreedomPop attempts “destroying current industry pricing” at $5 a month

FreedomPop attempts “destroying current industry pricing” at $5 a month

While the folks at FreedomPop have already released a sort of 100% free mobile phone service in the past, today they're aiming for those users that want unlimited bits and pieces with their devices. Instead of giving everything away for free (with limits and overages), FreedomPop's latest offering has what they suggest is the "world's lowest mobile pricing plan" at $5 a month for unlimited voice and unlimited text. While data is separate, it's hard to deny that this team is attempting to do some disruption to the industry.

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Samsung said demanding iPhone logos covered at Olympics opening ceremony

Samsung said demanding iPhone logos covered at Olympics opening ceremony

Olympics sponsor Samsung is reportedly dropping Galaxy Note 3 smartphones in athletes' goodie-bags, though the gift comes with a catch: a supposed ban on any other device branding, iPhone or otherwise, during the opening ceremony. Details of the clamp-down, which is said to require the Apple logo on an iPhone be physically covered so that it's not caught on camera during the televised ceremony in Sochi, were spilled by the Swiss Olympic team.

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Samsung Galaxy Gear 2 update tipped alongside Galaxy S5 this month

Samsung Galaxy Gear 2 update tipped alongside Galaxy S5 this month

Samsung will launch not only the Galaxy S5 later this month but an updated version of its Galaxy Gear smartwatch, insiders claim, a surprisingly early refresh to the wearable which arrived with great fanfare late in 2013 but reportedly disappointing sales. The two new flagship devices will share a stage at Samsung's "Unpacked 5 2014 event", invitations for which went out on Monday, the NYTimes reports, which will open Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on February 24th.

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