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Samsung ‘Family Care’ parental control app tipped for Galaxy phones

Samsung ‘Family Care’ parental control app tipped for Galaxy phones

If you give your child an Android device, you can download a parental controls app from the Play Store and use that to set limitations for the device, as well as monitor what your child is doing. Samsung is planning to launch its own similar app, according to a new report, and it'll be called 'Family Care.' With this app, parents will be able to prevent their kids from installing certain apps, set time usage limitations, and more.

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Galaxy Note 7 will soon be blacklisted by New Zealand carriers

Galaxy Note 7 will soon be blacklisted by New Zealand carriers

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will soon be blacklisted by carriers in New Zealand, it has been announced. The blacklisting will take place in two weeks, and will render any Galaxy Note 7 phones remaining in service unusable. The move is necessary to ensure that customers replace the phone with an alternative that isn’t prone to catching on fire…something viewed as important for public, as well as personal, safety. It is estimated a ‘few hundred’ Galaxy Note 7 devices are still being used in New Zealand.

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Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition arrives in luxe form with more power

Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition arrives in luxe form with more power

Samsung has launched the Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition, a luxurious rendition of its TabPro tablet with a premium golden look. This tablet is part of Samsung’s two-in-one tablet lineup, sports Windows 10, and is targeted at users who need a slate that can get down to work. The product is offered as part of a bundle with an equally beautiful full-sized keyboard.

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Samsung shutting down Milk Music service next month

Samsung shutting down Milk Music service next month

Owners of Samsung Galaxy and Note device take notice: if the company's Milk Music is your streaming audio service of choice, your time is now limited. The phone maker has announced that it will be shutting down Milk Music in the US on September 22nd. First launched in 2014, the service was Samsung's attempt to attract customers to its devices with exclusive streaming media offerings. Along with Milk Music there was Milk Video, but that was shuttered last September.

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China leaks the Galaxy Note 7’s mysterious sensor holes

China leaks the Galaxy Note 7’s mysterious sensor holes

The Galaxy Note 7 has had another leak in which a front panel screen protector has detailed features of the device before launch. While the source of this leak has been known to jump the gun in terms of content before confirmation in case-making, in this case they suggest that they are "getting all our information from our sourcing team, who are on-the-ground along with our manufacturing team in China." If true, this cover confirms another powerfully unique feature for the Galaxy Note 7.

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Samsung Galaxy Surfboard is one of a kind

Samsung Galaxy Surfboard is one of a kind

Samsung has created a smart surfboard and it's powered, in part, by a Samsung smartphone. The company showcased the surfboard in a new video, demonstrating it and its various connected features in action with professional surfer Gabriel Medina. Before getting your hopes up, know this -- you can't buy one, and there may only be one in existence, as it was made specifically for Medina so that he can better communicate with his coach while on the water.

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Galaxy Android Marshmallow updates coming this month

Galaxy Android Marshmallow updates coming this month

On of the most popular families of Android smartphones - Samsung's Galaxy collection - will be seeing additional update to Android Marshmallow this month. This includes both the Samsung Galaxy S7 - if, by some miracle, you weren't on Marshmallow already - as well as the Samsung Galaxy Note 5. The Samsung Galaxy S6 is also getting final upgrades to Marshmallow this month if you've not already seen updates in the past couple of weeks.

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Samsung Galaxy J3, Express Prime, and Express 3 hit AT&T

Samsung Galaxy J3, Express Prime, and Express 3 hit AT&T

AT&T has announced three new Samsung smartphones that customers on its prepaid and postpaid plans can enjoy on its network. All three of the new, devices are Samsung branded smartphones and will be available online and in AT&T stores. The new smartphones include the Galaxy Express Prime GoPhone, Galaxy J3, and the Galaxy Express 3.

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Samsung Unpacked to offer 360 live stream

Samsung Unpacked to offer 360 live stream

Most of us won't be on hand for the live Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event. Each year there are plenty of live streams that allow you to keep up with what Samsung is showing off if you are interested. This year marks the first time that Samsung will offer a 360 live stream of its Unpacked event. Not only will Samsung be offering a 360 view via its live stream, watchers will get to choose where they view from.

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Samsung Galaxy J1 refresh inbound for 2016 says leaked image, specs

Samsung Galaxy J1 refresh inbound for 2016 says leaked image, specs

Samsung has been very busy the last few weeks, not only announcing an updated range of devices in the Galaxy A lineup, but also trying to contain leaks on the highly anticipated Galaxy S7 flagship. But the South Korean manufacturer surely hasn't forgotten about its entry-level offerings, as we're now hearing rumors about the budget-friendly Galaxy J1 getting a facelift for 2016.

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Samsung Galaxy A9 officially debuts with 6-inch display

Samsung Galaxy A9 officially debuts with 6-inch display

After weeks of waiting, and more than few leaks, Samsung has made its new Galaxy A9 smartphone official with an announcement in China this week. As the latest model of the Galaxy A line of devices, which sits just below Samsung's flagship lineup, the new A9 is on the edge of phablet territory with its large 6-inch screen, placing it atop the A7 (5.5 inches), A5 (5.2 inches), and A3 (4.7 inches), which were all announced earlier this month.

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Samsung Galaxy J1 Mini details leaked: 4.3-inch entry-level expected

Samsung Galaxy J1 Mini details leaked: 4.3-inch entry-level expected

Samsung only released the original Galaxy J1, a budget-friendly model far from its typical flagship phones, earlier this year, but it appears the Korean company is working on a new "Mini" variant. Several leaks popping up in different databases have indicated that a SM-J105F model is on the way from Samsung, a model number that is very close the original Galaxy J1's SM-J100F.

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