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If you’re a Samsung phone over, you now have access to a free music service that aims to replace digital radio. But is it worth trying out, even for the price of free?
The desktop might not be around for much longer for most people, but the monitor appears to be staying put, and Samsung has a couple of curved choices on the way for people who like to take in all of their computer in one gaze.
It’s not unusual to see a release here and there ahead of Mobile World Congress, but Samsung has two for Australia barely a week before it unveils the Galaxy S6.
Kids at Sydney schools have long been given the opportunity to learn about what of the city’s biggest cultural icons, the Sydney Opera House, and from today, they’ll even get a bit of technology to help out, making learning a little more playful and fun.
The virtual world is here, and you can actually take it with you, as Samsung’s Gear VR finally makes its way to Australia. Is this a future that you can take home today, or should you just let it mature a little longer?
Is it a phone? Is it a watch? These are the questions that you’ll likely think up when you see Samsung’s latest smartphone-watch hybrid, an evolution on its original Gear smartwatch that will let you make calls from your watch when your phone isn’t even nearby.
They say music calms the soul and that milk does a body good, but Samsung looks keen on connecting the two, as it rolls out a service for its smartphone, tablets, and wearables that’s all about keeping your ears happy.
It’s a little late, but Samsung’s early entrant into the world that is virtual reality is here, and if you have a Galaxy Note 4, it’s game on from this week.
Mobile World Congress is next month, and Samsung has let out a hint of what we can expect to see, with a single image suggesting another curved smartphone is on the way.
Like big camera sensor but not necessarily a big camera body? No worries, because Samsung looks set to shrink its big NX1 into something smaller this year, taking the heart of that camera and plonking it into a compact body.