The New York Times is reporting that Samsung?s upcoming flagship smartphone will feature eye movement so it can scroll web pages, emails, etc. Get more details from TechnologyGuide.
The White House has publicly stated that consumers should be able to freely unlock their phones without the risk of criminal penalty or any other imposed punishment. Doing so is currently illegal.
Several images supposedly showing the design of the Samsung Galaxy S IV have been making the rounds on the Web. These are definitely not what this hotly-anticipated device will look like.
Device announcements are usually the name of the game with shows like MWC, but this year, it was software that ruled the day.
The next model in the wildly-popular Galaxy S series is going to be announced in mid-March, and Samsung has started on a campaign to build anticipation.
The initial $1.05 billion in damages Samsung was ordered to pay Apple for infringing on its design patents has been greatly reduced by roughly 40%. Get more from NotebookReview.
The wait for the Samsung Galaxy S IV is almost over. This cutting-edge smartphone is going to be announced on March 14.
Apple's iPhones are roughly three times more reliable than Samsung's line of Galaxy phones, five times more reliable than Nokia Lumia phones, and 25 times more reliable than Motorola phones, according to a recent study by product support website FixYa.
Despite all the hubbub about what is expected to come out of MWC 2013, there's also quite a bit on the smartphone front that we won't be seeing.
Android will be sharing some of the limelight in Barcelona with a range of mobile device platforms.
Last year, both AT&T and Verizon brought out the Samsung Galaxy Camera, a point-and-shoot that runs Google Android. A version of this device that depends on Wi-Fi for its Internet connection has just been announced.
Samsung has teamed up with Electronic Arts' mobile gaming division, Chillingo, to offer new developers a more profitable partnership for their applications, as the Korean company tries to increase its offerings in the Samsung Apps marketplace.
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