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Blue Coral Galaxy S7 Edge confirmed for US release [Updated]

Blue Coral Galaxy S7 Edge confirmed for US release [Updated]

Well that was quick: after announcing the Galaxy S7 Edge in Blue Coral for Singapore, Samsung has confirmed its release in the US. This confirmation comes just a few days after the new variant was originally announced. Even better is that the Coral Blue model, which brings the Galaxy S7 Edge up to six color options, is launching today in regions around the world.

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Samsung bundles free Watch Dogs 2 with select SSDs and curved monitors

Samsung bundles free Watch Dogs 2 with select SSDs and curved monitors

We're a few weeks out from the release of Watch Dogs 2, and if you've had your eye on it, you might like to know that Samsung has launched new hardware bundles that include a free copy of the game. These bundles feature a range of Samsung solid-state drives and some of the company's newer curved gaming monitors. So, if you've been in the market for some new PC hardware, you might want to give these bundles a look.

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Samsung unveils new mobile accessories including speakers and headphones

Samsung unveils new mobile accessories including speakers and headphones

Samsung has announced a new line of mobile accessories that includes six different items. The new accessories are currently available in South Korea and include wireless speakers, earphones, and charging accessories. All six of the items are designed with a premium look and with comfort and performance in mind.

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Samsung’s C-Lab welcomes four new bright ideas

Samsung’s C-Lab welcomes four new bright ideas

Earlier this year, Samsung revealed its Create Lab, C-Lab for short, that, as the name hints, aims to nurture creativity and imagination, at least among the company’s employees. Eventually, the goal is to bring these ideas to the market, sometimes under a company of their own, like what happened with the poorly named Welt smart belt. Pushing through with that mission, despite recent losses, Samsung’s C-Lab expands its portfolio of ideas, embracing both hardware and software, from smart helmets to the evolution of the Tamagotchi.

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Galaxy S7 Edge gets Note 7’s exclusive Blue Coral color

Galaxy S7 Edge gets Note 7’s exclusive Blue Coral color

Now that the Note 7 is dead and gone to smartphone heaven, Samsung is doing all it can to make it remaining flagship Galaxy S7 models as appealing as to customers as possible (especially those returning their recalled Note 7). First it was bringing some of the Note's impressive software features to the Galaxy S7, and now it's moving on to the former's exclusive color option.

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Samsung may have Galaxy Note 7 defect cause by end of the year

Samsung may have Galaxy Note 7 defect cause by end of the year

Samsung may finally be honing in on the cause behind its incendiary Galaxy Note 7 problems. Though the company has been searching for the root of the problem since it first reared its ugly head, reports have said that the company was having trouble pinning down the cause of the issues. That may be changing rather quickly, as Samsung SDI is saying we could have our answer by the end of the year.

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Galaxy Note 7 debacle sends Samsung operating profits down 30%

Galaxy Note 7 debacle sends Samsung operating profits down 30%

Samsung's profits are taking a beating in the wake of the Galaxy Note 7 recall and cancellation. The smartphone was originally recalled due to multiple fires when the devices overheated while charging. Replacement devices were then sent out that suffered from the same issue eventually leading to the entire Note 7 line being recalled again and cancelled. In the wake of this debacle, operating profits at Samsung between July and September have plunged 30% compared to last year.

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Galaxy Note 7 banned on China’s flights starting tomorrow

Galaxy Note 7 banned on China’s flights starting tomorrow

The Galaxy Note 7 has already been banned on flights in many places, including the U.S., and starting tomorrow they'll be banned from flights inside China, too. The announcement was made by China’s Civil Aviation Administration, CAAC, which is acting out of concern for safety. The batteries in Galaxy Note 7 handsets are prone to overheating, something that has already happened on one flight and that poses a fire risk.

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Galaxy Note 7 battery-capping update spreads to Europe

Galaxy Note 7 battery-capping update spreads to Europe

If you're one of the European holdouts who has yet to return their defective Galaxy Note 7, living with your phone is about to get a little more difficult. Samsung has announced that it will be rolling out a battery-limiting update across Europe starting on October 31. This is part of an effort to get as many Note 7s as possible out of the hands of consumers.

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Samsung Pay adds online shopping, in-app payments

Samsung Pay adds online shopping, in-app payments

Samsung Pay just recently celebrated its first birthday, not an insignificant feat for a mobile payment system limited to a single device vendor and very few devices. Of course, Samsung’s work is far from over. Following Google’s announcement of Android Pay supporting Visa Checkout and MasterCard’s Masterpass, Samsung is similarly boasting of new support for buying things through the mobile web. But via Masterpass only this time. In exchange for a lack of Visa support, Samsung Pay gains support for in-app payments as well as three new countries.

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Apple seeing no benefit from Galaxy Note 7 fires

Apple seeing no benefit from Galaxy Note 7 fires

Apple's earnings call this afternoon included a mention of the Galaxy Note 7 and Samsung's disaster of a recall therein. On the call that accompanied the earnings release, Apple made clear that Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 recall wasn't affecting iPhone sales negatively or positively. This, they said, was because Apple can't make enough iPhones to meet current demand as it is - so nothing else is going to affect them either way.

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Galaxy S8 first details leak from China

Galaxy S8 first details leak from China

Samsung has more riding on the launch of the Galaxy S8 than it has on any other launch. The company needs this launch to be flawless and needs the S8 to woo all the buyers that have began to eye other manufacturers since the recalls of the Note 7 damaged the brand's reputation. So far there have been lots of rumors about the Galaxy S8, including one that it is on track for an early 2017 launch. The latest rumor gets much more specific than early 2017.

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