Search Results for "Samsung"
If there’s one constant in this tech world, it’s that tech companies love to outdo each other, and here’s another example, with Samsung set to show off two displays that pack in way more pixels than anything seen in the past.
The compact interchangeable lens camera market is heating up, and Samsung is providing another reason to try its system out, introducing a camera to Australians that features retrolicious looks with modernised innards.
Samsung’s Galaxy S4 gets a lot of things right, but then there are the odd things that are just so wrong. Things like the unlockable dock where the shortcuts can’t be changed, and a gallery that crashes. So how do you fix them?
Sure, the 13 megapixel camera in the S4 was nice, but we’re still fans of last year’s Galaxy Camera, which provided so many possibilities by connecting a decent camera with a decent installation of Android. But rather than a straight follow-up, we’re hearing rumours that Samsung is eyeing something different.
Whether you want to acknowledge it or not, the area once known as “netbooks” is more or less dead, but Google isn’t leaving it alone, and with the Chromebook movement, is trying to provide an option for people who don’t want to spend more than $400 on a web-capable machine. For fifty less than that, Samsung is offering its interpretation in the form of a slim and light notebook.
In 2012 Samsung introduced a host of new features to its Smart TV line-up, some content and network related, some to provide greater interactivity and control, and in some models, one that fights obsolescence. This year that last feature has been retained, while the others have been significantly enhanced and improved, including the addition of increased support for cloud services.
Ever since Apple decided that mobile phone screens should be sharper when it introduced the “Retina” display concept, mobile manufacturers have been working hard to improve this idea considerably. Now, in 2013, the displays are so high-end that they go above and beyond what your eyes can see. But who has the best screen this year?
Huawei’s first big phone is bigger than Samsung’s own Galaxy Note, and coming with a 6.1 inch screen and a price tag well under $500, it might just prove to be the budget phablet you’re looking for.
Samsung has been on a winning streak lately, producing some top-notch handsets and winning acclaim around the world. The newest model in the four year strong Galaxy range has certainly been hyped up, and this handset now grabs almost as much attention as Apple’s coveted iPhone. Can Samsung’s S4 steal the show?
Ever wonder how companies work out just how to get your laptop inside their bags? Believe it or not, bag and accessory manufacturers aren’t buying every notebook, tablet, and phone out there just to test if they’d fit, so how can they work it out?