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BlackBerry announces SecuTablet, a modified Galaxy Tab S

BlackBerry announces SecuTablet, a modified Galaxy Tab S

BlackBerry has just revealed a new tablet, but don't worry, it's not a follow-up to the flop that was the company's PlayBook. It's called the SecuTablet, and it's basically a modified version of Samsung's Galaxy Tab S 10.5, albeit with a strong focus on data security. The device is a result of BlackBerry's purchase of security firm Secusmart last year, as well as a software partnership with IBM. The SecuTablet is part of BlackBerry's attempts to find success in targeting the corporate and government security sectors.

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Samsung confirms “premium” smartphones coming soon

Samsung confirms “premium” smartphones coming soon

This afternoon co-CEO of Samsung Electronics Shin Jong Kyun spoke at a shareholder meeting about the future of their smartphone business. It was there that he suggested that the plan for Samsung's smartphone future included high-definition displays (of course), as well as metal casings (as they've begun to here with the newest wave) and slim designs. "Samsung Electronics aims to consolidate its leadership in the premium market," said Shin Jong Kyun, "and plans to newly change the smartphone line-up to strengthen competitiveness."

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Samsung Galaxy S6 Active specs leak

Samsung Galaxy S6 Active specs leak

One of the things that some Samsung Galaxy smartphone users want on their device is a waterproof body and ruggedized designed. When the new Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge were unveiled, users who preferred the Active version of the previous generation S5 might have lamented the fact that there wasn't a rugged version of the S6.

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Samsung gets back into the rugged business with Xcover 3

Samsung gets back into the rugged business with Xcover 3

After more than two years, Samsung is finally giving its Xcover line a chance in the market again. Now at its third generation, the line whose name is evokes images of toughness and protection, the smartphone gets up to date with the latest in industrial-friendly features. But if you expect the formidable sounding Xcover 3 would be Samsung's premiere rugged smartphone, you'd be greatly mistaken. This is no Galaxy S6 Active and, for all intents and purposes, is an incremental upgrade to 2013's Xcover 2.

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Samsung Galaxy S6 topples Galaxy Note 4 as OLED king

Samsung Galaxy S6 topples Galaxy Note 4 as OLED king

With Samsung's latest flagship fully unveiled and, if rumors are true, out in the market next month, it's time to compare and contrast its features with current and past smartphones. Naturally, DisplayMate is pouncing on the opportunity to test out the Galaxy S6's, as well as the Galaxy S6 edge's, screens to rank it against Samsung's own Galaxy Note 4 and, of course, the iPhone 6. Perhaps it isn't surprising that DisplayMate would conclude that the Galaxy S6 so far has the best OLED display in the market, but it isn't just because of the pixels.

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Samsung ATIV One 7 Curved all-in-one PC now shipping

Samsung ATIV One 7 Curved all-in-one PC now shipping

Back during CES 2015, Samsung revealed a curved all-in-one PC, the Samsung ATIV One 7 Curved. The maker revealed its slew of specs at the time, as well as its snazzy curved display, but was less specific when it came to revealing its launch date, saying only that it would be arriving in the first quarter of this year. Fast-forward a couple months, and we've finally been given a more specific launch date: March 8. As of yesterday, the maker's notable AiO is now shipping to customers who pre-ordered.

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Samsung Milk Music launches on the Web

Samsung Milk Music launches on the Web

If you're not a Samsung device owner, you might not be very familiar with the maker's Milk Music service. It has thus far been limited to those using one of Samsung's Galaxy devices, but that changed today, with the maker bringing its music service to anyone who wants it. The service is still limited to those aforementioned mobile devices if you're wanting to use it on Android, but anyone can sign up and use the service on the Web now, with both free and subscription options being available.

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Carrier pre-order for Galaxy S6, S6 edge claimed to be 20M

Carrier pre-order for Galaxy S6, S6 edge claimed to be 20M

Samsung is unofficially making some rather bold claims that could perhaps leave some eyebrows raised. While there is little to deny that its new Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge smartphones are quite the hit over at MWC 2015, that hype has yet to be turned into actual sales and profits. Now, however, an anonymous Samsung exec claims that as early as now, the two have garnered a total of 20 million pre-orders from mobile carriers worldwide. If accurate, that is definitely an impressive, record breaking feat for the beleaguered company.

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Samsung Galaxy S6’s battery turns out be removable after all

Samsung Galaxy S6’s battery turns out be removable after all

Two of the most beloved features by Samsung Galaxy enthusiasts up to this point have been that the smartphones featured a removable battery and expandable storage space via user memory cards. But when Samsung debuted the latest models at Mobile World Congress last week, the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, those features appeared to be no more, with the devices now sealed in a glass unibody design. What ever will Galaxy users do now to brag over their iPhone-using counterparts?

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Galaxy S6, S6 edge pre-orders begin April 1 via Verizon

Galaxy S6, S6 edge pre-orders begin April 1 via Verizon

That Galaxy S6 sure is interesting, and it’s sister device — the Galaxy S6 edge — is as well. All tha glass back and sloped screens complement some new software, and a really nicely improved fingerprint sensor. We’ve give n you our hands-on take of each, but so what, right? You wan to get one for yourself! If you’re in the market for a new Samsung flagship device, we’ve got good news. The wait may soon be over, as pre-orders are tipped to start April 1.

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