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Samsung’s next smartwatch may ditch your phone

Samsung’s next smartwatch may ditch your phone

Since the launch of the original Samsung Galaxy Gear, users have been wondering when - or if - the company would release a smartwatch that did not require a smartphone to function. A rumor today suggests that this next-generation smartwatch may be on the horizon, ready to work completely on its own.

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Samsung virtual reality headset tipped for Galaxy lineup

Samsung virtual reality headset tipped for Galaxy lineup

If there’s a category of wearable or otherwise smart devices out there, Samsung is on top of it. Today the rumor is that Samsung is making a Virtual Reality headset akin to Oculus Rift. Instead of working with high-powered PCs, however, this device will be working with mobile smart handsets and tablets, and it might even be branded Galaxy.

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Apple bests Samsung in overall sales for Q1 2014

Apple bests Samsung in overall sales for Q1 2014

Dominating the sales demographics on most carriers, Apple remains the top smartphone vendor, helping push smartphones to an 87% market share in the US. The Q1 2014 numbers also show a 7% growth versus last year, and highlight a breakdown of sales by OEM and carrier. Though there are some suprising statistics, Apple’s dominance is not one of them.

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Gold Galaxy S5 heads to USA and UK

Gold Galaxy S5 heads to USA and UK

The Samsung Galaxy S5’s next shiniest shade has been revealed for release in both the United States and the UK. The Gold - or Copper Gold, if you prefer - edition of the Galaxy S5 is headed to AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless (through select indirect retailers), and U.S. Cellular in the United States as well as Three in the UK.

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Samsung plans iris detection and fingerprint mobile blitz

Samsung plans iris detection and fingerprint mobile blitz

Samsung intends to put biometric sensors like the smart home button on the Galaxy S5 on even budget smartphones, aiming to democratize next-gen security while also drive adoption of its KNOX system. While using fingerprints to unlock phones, secure app stores, and authenticate online purchases have traditionally been the preserve of high-end devices like the iPhone 5s, Samsung's goal is to lead the way in pushing them down to entry-level phones and tablets as well, in addition to other technologies.

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