Category: Samsung


Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition) Review

The Galaxy Note 10.1 successor, aptly titled “2014 Edition,” is the best Android tablet you can buy, as long as money isn’t a concern. It’s fast and fluid, with a stunning IPS display and modern processor, excellent built-in apps (and support for a few third-party exclusives), and a lightweight, sturdy design. This is the tablet



Fido releases the Samsung Galaxy S4 mini

Affordable devices have hit several carriers over the past few weeks (Galaxy S3 mini, HTC Desire, HTC mini) and now Fido is following the footsteps of Rogers, TELUS and Koodo by launching the Galaxy S4 mini. The price falls in line with parent-company Rogers, but is $50 higher than TELUS and Koodo at $450 outright,



Wearable Wars: Wrist to Wrist with Pebble & Galaxy Gear

The war for your wrist is on. The smartwatch market is heating up with a number of manufacturers all vying for that empty spot on your arm. To help you wade through these new (and murky) waters, we go hands-on with two heavy weights in this space: Kickstarter darling Pebble, and Samsung’s first wearable the



Videotron, Rogers and TELUS launch the Samsung Galaxy Gear

The Samsung Galaxy Gear is a “companion” device and is currently available in Canada across major big box retailers. In an interesting move, Quebec-based regional carrier Videotron has added this smartwatch to its lineup today. The price is the same at $329.95, but if you’re purchasing the Note 3, or anyone of the future compatible



Samsung Galaxy Note 3 receives another ‘stability improvement’ update

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 users recently received an update that brought additional ‘security and stability’ fixes (OS 4.3 and firmware version N900W8VLUBMJ1). We’ve received several tips today from Note 3 users on several carriers that another update has just been pushed through. This brings the device to  build N900W8VLUBMJ4 and includes additional “stability improvements.” As usual, the update can



Cheap and cheerful: four mid-range Android devices compared

There are a lot of smartphones out there, and I’ll be the first to admit we don’t do a great job reporting on the lesser-known ones. It’s always exciting to cover a powerful flagship with an extensive feature set, but many factors, from price to size, lead people to purchase cheaper, smaller, less powerful devices.