The new Samsung Family Hub 3.0 Refrigerator is the latest iteration of its smart ‘talking’ refrigerators. There are three in the range.
The new Samsung POWERstick Pro vacuum makes a clean sweep. It sucks big time. Can dirt exist in a vacuum? Sorry, we ran out of
Samsung has cut washing machine times in half with its new QuickDrive technology. About time – waiting an hour or more is a pain especially
Vivid Sydney 2018 lights up the skies around Sydney with some amazing creative light works. But that is only part of the program that draws
Europe has embraced Huawei with a growth year-over-year of 38.6% to 7.4 million units in Q1, 2018. These figures exclude the very popular P20 and
Samsung’s Galaxy S9 series is undoubtedly the fullest featured Android flagship smartphone you can buy today. The Galaxy S10 goes ‘Beyond’.
The Samsung Q9 QLED series sets the bar higher for sheer picture quality and viewing enjoyment. But then perhaps you expect this from the company’s
If it is good enough for the Power House, its good enough for Samsung. It is going west to prove – Parra does matta.
Samsung has released the 970 PRO and EVO, its third generation, NVMe SSD with theoretical read/write speeds of 3,500MB/s and 2,700MB/s – that is fast!
Following their showing in New York last month, it’s time for Australia to see the Samsung 2018 TV lineup. It’s an impressive offering. Overall, the
Samsung Pay now has the four major banks – NAB, Westpac, ANZ and Commonwealth accepting Visa credit or debit card payments. All you need is
Samsung estimates it will sell 43 million Galaxy S9 and S9+ this year. That is only two million more than the Galaxy S8 and S8+.
Apple’s November launch of the iPhone X helped it grab 56.2% of the Australian market share in Q4, 2017 according to IDC.
Samsung has showcased its 2018 line up of TVs at an event at the New York Stock Exchange, emphasising larger screen models across its ranges,
Samsung Australia has a trade-in program that could get you up to $350 off a new S9 or S9+ but hurry it is only until
The chip-making industry is rapidly shrinking – not in volume but in area.