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The Story Behind Samsung’s Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge Design Departure

galaxy-s6-edge-components  And for those who wondered what a Samsung smartphone using premium materials might feel like, the Galaxy S6 edge in particular is a very promising result. But how did Samsung, of all companies, ever launch a device where design was the primary tentpole feature? Zero To get to the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, Samsung says it had to start from zero – meaning tossing out the design book that… Read More Continue reading

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Samsung MWC 2015 Liveblog

IMG_5093 We’re here in Barcelona at Samsung’s 2015 Unpacked event where the company is expected to unveil a new flagship Galaxy S6 smartphone.
Join us for live updates of the phone’s makers big reveal…
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Samsung To Offer An Oculus-Powered Gear VR For Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge

Gear VR_2 Samsung continues investing in the future of mobile virtual reality, with a brand new version of Gear VR designed specifically to work with the new Galaxy S6 and S6 edge smartphones. The Gear VR still carries the ‘Innovator Edition’ tag that means it’s aimed primarily at bleeding edge tech enthusiasts and developers than the general public, and it continues to use Oculus… Read More Continue reading

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Samsung Pay Takes On Apple Pay This Summer With LoopPay’s MST Tech

s6-edge-home Samsung has a new mobile payment solution it announced today, though it will require a few more months before it arrives on the new Galaxy S6 and S6 edge smartphones this summer. It’s called Samsung Pay, and it uses the magnetic secure transmission (MST) tech that Samsung acquired via its purchase of LoopPay last month, which means the vast majority of U.S. retailers should be able to… Read More Continue reading

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Meet The New Samsung Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge, Arriving April 10

galaxy-s6-edge-black Samsung has indeed revealed its new flagship smartphone today, but there are actually two: The Galaxy S6, and the Galaxy S6 edge. The company’s latest premier smartphones are mostly similar on the inside, but with different external body designs, both of which push the envelope in terms of what Samsung has done with its Galaxy lineup in the past. The Galaxy S6 and S6 edge combine metal… Read More Continue reading

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Hands On With The Samsung Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge

galaxy-s6-s6-edge  The resulting experience was impressive in both cases, and while the biggest changes were on the design front, Samsung’s software shifts also came out as very promising overall. Hands On Video Design Galaxy S6 The Galaxy S6 and S6 edge both eschew the usual plastic Samsung has favored for flagships in the past for glass and metal, but the S6 has a more traditional flat front face, as… Read More Continue reading

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Mozilla’s CTO On Cars, Facebook And Why It Doesn’t Matter You Can’t Use Uber On Firefox OS

firefox-ios Mozilla, the open-source Internet software company that makes the Firefox web browser, has been working hard to get more critical mass on mobile with Firefox OS — key to making is platform relevant both for developers and users in the longer term as mobile becomes an ever more important way to go online. Today, it announced another wave of partnerships that will see Firefox OS make… Read More Continue reading

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PiJuice Adds Power To Your Pirojects

178edf711d509f527bcd148f2cdcabb7_large If you’ve ever used a Raspberry Pi you’ll notice that it’s great until you need to unplug it. While you can add a battery (the PiPhone had one), it’s not quite as easy as all that. Now, however, you can simply plug in the PiJuice and power your Pi on the fly. The PiJuice is a “hat” that fits on top of the Raspberry Pi and includes a 1400 mAh battery,… Read More Continue reading

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Transactional Flexibility Is The Future Of Payments

paymentmethods When Apple Pay went live following the release of the iPhone 6, it was quickly and unceremoniously hailed as a “credit card-killer,” and to an extent it makes sense: As a payment method, the credit card has lost whatever futuristic luster it may have once had. But here’s the problem: If you’ve ever actually used Apple Pay, you may have noticed that it isn’t… Read More Continue reading

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Firefox OS Flips Into The U.S. With Verizon Feature Phones; Enters Africa With Orange And The $40 Klif

Flip With its web-based, no-native Firefox OS smartphones launched only in 2013, the open-source web software maker Mozilla has been a late mover in mobile, with only 1 million devices shipped to date. But it continues to step up its efforts nevertheless: at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Mozilla today is announcing new deals with several carriers, OEMs and a chipmaker that will see… Read More Continue reading

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