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Galaxy S10 Powershare will wirelessly charge other phones

Galaxy S10 Powershare will wirelessly charge other phones

In the past, Samsung has been criticized, warranted or not, for copying Apple’s designs and features. These days, Samsung may be accused of settings its eyes on the smartphone market’s new #2. From the triple cameras to the dock-less desktop mode, Samsung may be seen as trying to catch up to Huawei’s rising popularity. The latest leaked feature for the upcoming Galaxy S10 definitely isn’t doing it any favors, as it will be seen as copying the Huawei Mate 20 Pro’s reverse wireless charging feature, whether it makes sense or not.

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Fortnite stuffs the Infinity Blade into the vault

Fortnite stuffs the Infinity Blade into the vault

Well, that didn't take long: the Infinity Blade is leaving Fortnite just as quickly as it appeared. Epic announced that it's vaulting the Infinity Blade for the time being, giving no indication of when the weapon might return. If you were sick of falling victim to the overpowered weapon, then it sounds like you can resume playing Fortnite in peace.

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Galaxy S10 leaks reach fever pitch

Galaxy S10 leaks reach fever pitch

At this point the folks planning the release of the Samsung Galaxy S10 must feel like leakers have done their job for them. It's not easy hiding the most major smartphone release of the year - especially when you've got a worldwide release on your hands. While about a half decade ago it seemed like companies like Samsung and Apple had a handle on leaks for the most part, here in 2018 it seems like the bigger the phone company, the more major the leaks.

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Galaxy S10 release dates just leaked

Galaxy S10 release dates just leaked

Today it would seem that the Samsung Galaxy S10 had a bit of a change done to earlier tipped release dates. The event, it would seem, isn't going to match up with previously teased reveal dates - not quite. The same is true of the first wave of phones. While we've been pretty sure of three versions of the Galaxy S10 were coming at some point in the first half of 2019, it's now become clear that two will look different from the third.

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Samsung Notebook 9 Pen pairs S Pen with an all-metal 2-in-1

Samsung Notebook 9 Pen pairs S Pen with an all-metal 2-in-1

Samsung has a new pen-enabled 2-in-1 laptop, the Samsung Notebook 9 Pen, promising performance and even a standalone GPU option in a sleek, all-metal design. Two versions of the notebook will be offered, the Notebook 9 Pen 13 with a 13.3-inch display, and the Notebook 9 Pen 15, which kicks things up to a 15-inch display with an NVIDIA graphics chip.

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Galaxy S10’s innovations might cost buyers this much

Galaxy S10’s innovations might cost buyers this much

While Samsung’s foldable phone, which may be called the Galaxy Fold or Galaxy Flex, might be 2019 much-anticipated device, it won’t be something majority of consumers will actually buy. As far as Samsung flagships are concerned, that role still falls on the Galaxy S series and, if it still exists, the Galaxy Note phone. Samsung does seem to be piling up “innovative” features on the Galaxy S10 but with all the new hardware, it raises the question of how much those will sell for.

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Galaxy S10 camera details leaked

Galaxy S10 camera details leaked

Today we've got a bit more information about the Samsung Galaxy S10 family's many various camera arrays. The Samsung Galaxy S10 will come in at least three configurations, one "Lite", another just called Galaxy S10, and another with "Plus" at the tail end of its name. These devices will carry between two and three cameras on their backs.

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Samsung Flexible OLED display coming to iPhone 11

Samsung Flexible OLED display coming to iPhone 11

This week industry sources suggested that Samsung Display reached an agreement with Apple to supply iPhones with flexible touch OLED. These same sources said that it's likely the next iPhone will work with flexible touch OLED displays. It's likely Apple will only use this flexible OLED display on one singular iPhone, while the rest will continue to use slightly more traditional means of touchscreen tech with displays as separate components.

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Bixby learns new languages but only on the Galaxy Note 9

Bixby learns new languages but only on the Galaxy Note 9

When Samsung announced its own take on the AI-powered smart assistant, there were naturally some doubts as to Samsung’s ability to carry through its vision. The botched launch of Bixby and other criticisms made it even less certain that the company will be able to deliver what it promised. One of those is support for languages other than Korean, Chinese, and English. The good news: that’s partially being delivered. The bad news: it’s only available for a very select few.

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Samsung x Legal Fake Supreme : A developing mess

Samsung x Legal Fake Supreme : A developing mess

Today we're taking a peek at an unfolding story of Samsung teaming up with the clothing and accessories brand Supreme. An announcement was made at Samsung's China-based reveal event for the Samsung Galaxy A8s that the brand Samsung would be collaborating with the brand Supreme. In a twist, it would appear that the Supreme in this collaboration is not the original Supreme, but an Italy-based group that aimed to essentially steal the Supreme brand for their own products.

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Galaxy S10 leaks just got real

Galaxy S10 leaks just got real

The Samsung Galaxy S10 leak released today made the whole game change - and not just because it appears to be a real photo. Today we get confirmation that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will indeed have a headphone jack. Today we get a bit more confirmation that the Galaxy S10 will still have a microSD card slot. Today we get confirmation that, no, Sandy, they won't be moving back to a plastic back just to let the phone have a removable battery.

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Samsung just made its worst marketing blunder yet

Samsung just made its worst marketing blunder yet

As if the Galaxy A8s wasn’t controversial enough thanks to its “hole punch” cutout, Samsung manages to botch its launch even further by what is so far its most embarrassing PR error ever. In a very public way, Samsung has partnered with a controversial knock-off brand, mistakenly or intentionally presenting it as the original. This definitely beats faked DSLR shots or photoshopped bokehs.

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