Earlier this week Samsung unveiled a number of new tablets, now officially known as the Galaxy NotePRO and Galaxy TabPRO. These all range in size from 8.4-inches to 12.2-inches and sport some improved specs, including a screen resolution of 2560×1600, Samsung’s new TouchWiz Magazine UX, Android 4.4 KitKat and a faux-leather backing that’s currently found
Samsung is a big company. Last quarter, it earned nearly $10 billion in profit on revenue of $55 billion. There are over 100,000 employees working in the research and development department, and with smartphones one of the company’s most profitable areas, it speaks to reason that there is constant experimentation on the software design front.
As predicted, Samsung has taken the wraps off four tablets today, each designed to add a smorgasbord of productivity using Android as its base. While only the Note Pro 12.2 offers S Pen functionality, all four slates move beyond mere content consumption, emphasizing multitasking as a way to be tangibly productive. Of course, at 12.2-inches,
The Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 has been rumoured for a few weeks now and it seems that Samsung is on the cusp of announcing this tablet at CES today. Ahead of its keynote presentation, reputable device leaker evleaks has released a press image of the Note Pro 12.2.
In 2012 Samsung unveiled a Wi-Fi enabled front-loading washer and dryer that gave its buyers the power to control laundry from an Android smartphone. This year at CES 2014, Samsung has more plans to augment the house with technology. The company has announced Samsung Smart Home, a full service that allows you to manage Smart
Korean giant, Samsung, announced today the introduction of 8Gb (gigabits) LPDDR4 mobile RAM for smartphones and tablets. Not only is this the first mention of LPDDR4 (“LP” stands for “low power”) meant for mobile devices, but Samsung is promising to combine four of the chips on a single die for the eventual total of 4GB
Tech companies have created videos of what the future may be like in the past, but it seems that some of those once-wild ideas are becoming reality. We’ve already seen slight advancements in curved displays with a goal to produce flexible and bendable versions, and wearable technology is, of course, becoming more common. Samsung Display
Here we are, another year almost gone, and I am weeping into my Cheerios. Not literally, mind, but a proverbial stream of lost opportunities cascades to the ground, one for every unconsummated Android update. Overall, this has been a relatively good year for OEMs: HTC brought Android 4.3 to the One in relatively good time;
In this year’s Gift Guide, we’re going to focus on our favourite smartphones, tablets, wearables and accessories. In our second instalment, we take a look at the best tablets. This year has been very, very good for the tablet buyer. While the iPad still dominated headlines, Android OEMs finally began taking hardware seriously just as
Habib Tannazi just wanted a working phone. After returning to the WIND Store for the umpteenth time, the Maple, ON native was tired of being told that his HTC Amaze, which had stopped working twice already, was still being looked at. Worst of all, the WIND employees in who he put his faith did not