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Samsung Gear Fit Teardown: A Tiny Little Marvel

Whatever you can say about the Gear Fit, or wearables in general, it's an attractive little piece of hardware. As this teardown from iFixit shows, that beauty's not just skin deep. Read More >>

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Teardown: You're Not Changing Anything Except its Battery

Samsung's new Galaxy S5 may well be a tiny step into the future, but while its dimpled back may feel like somewhat of a throwback, its insides claim to be anything but. Read More >>

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Get a Galaxy Note 3 for £399.98 With Your "Any Colour, as Long as it's Black" Deal of the Day

You might be a drug dealer or someone who has a countless sexual partners or, indeed, you might have just broken your phone after dropping it down the loo while drunk. Either way: you need a new phone. Read More >>

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Android Coders Claim "Back Door" Enables Remote Access to Samsung Galaxy Phones

The developer of the Replicant custom Android ROM claims to have uncovered what amounts to a classic "back door" computer hack within Samsung's Galaxy series of smartphones, suggesting that Samsung's modem tools have certain communication protocols in them that could allow outsiders to "access the phone's file system." Read More >>

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How Does the Galaxy S5 Stack Up to the Competition?

After months of speculation, blurry photos and shoddy renders, Samsung's finally unpacked its new flagship, the Galaxy S5. Fingerprint sensors and heartbeat sensors galore are packed into the poor thing, but the real question is, does it have the specs to keep up with the Joneses? Read More >>

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This Samsung Tablet and Phone Bundle is Your "Have Both For Less Than an iPad" Deal of the Day

Is your phone rubbish? Are you tired of trying to tweet through Take Me Out with your laptop on your knee, burning through your thigh muscles and cooking the marrow in your leg bones? Well, sounds like you need a new smartphone and tablet. Read More >>

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This Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom is Your "Check Out the Lens on My Phone!" Deal of the Day

When camera enthusiasts shout "FILM ISN'T DEAD!" they are, technically, correct. But only mental people still develop actual films. 99 per cent of people only have cameras to take photos of their junk, and who wants to send a roll of your undercarriage off to a sweaty bloke who will keep copies for himself? Read More >>

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There's a Massive River of Hydrogen Running Through Space

An astronomer from West Virginia University has discovered a never-before-seen river of hydrogen flowing through space—and it could explain why spiral galaxies keep up their pace of star formation. Read More >>

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Samsung Galaxy S3 Android 4.3 Update Put on Hold After Masses of Bug Complaints

Users updating their Samsung Galaxy S3s to Samsung's latest Android 4.3 release have been plastering the internet with complaints about the poor quality of the release, so much so that Samsung's been forced into pulling the bug-update. Read More >>

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Samsung's Galaxy S4, S3 and Note 2 Can Now Play With the Galaxy Gear

And all it took was a simple Android update! With Samsung's Galaxy S4, S3 and Note 2 now rocking Android 4.3, the Galaxy Gear smartwatch can finally work with a few phones that people actually have. Read More >>

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Samsung Plans Technically "Bendable" Plastic OLED Display for Limited Edition Galaxy Note III

Samsung may well be the first company to actually deliver on the endless promise that flexible displays are on the way, with a limited edition Galaxy Note III with a plastic OLED screen said to be in production. Read More >>

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How on Earth Would You Hold Samsung's 12.2-inch Mega-Tablet?

King of Big Things Samsung is looking to supersize the tablet in a similar way to how it introduced the "phablet" monster mobile concept, with internet detectives finding more mentions of a 12.2-inch Samsung tablet being in development. Read More >>

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Samsung Galaxy Note III: A Little Bigger Screen, a Lot Better Guts (Updated: Hands-On Video)

Surprise surprise, there's a new Galaxy Note. Whodathunkit? But with the Mega on the scene, the new Note III isn't the leader of the pack when it comes to screen-size anymore. It's getting just the tiniest bump in screen size. But don't worry; it's bigger on the inside. Read More >>

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This Stunning Spiral Galaxy Is Out There Right Now

No matter how wry your sense of humuor or how pessimistic your outlook, you have to give into your human capacity for awe at some point. And it might as well be now because this photo is amazing. The spiral galaxy, M74, consists of about 100 billion stars and is 32 million light-years away if you're headed toward Pisces. And I think I can speak for everyone when I say that we wish we were. Read More >>

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Samsung Denies Trying to Artificially Inflate Its Benchmark Scores

This morning, it was reported that Samsung had rigged the Galaxy S4 to perform better in benchmarks. This afternoon comes Samsung's terse response, which answers some questions, but leaves others flapping in the wind. Read More >>

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Samsung Rigged the Galaxy S4 to Unnaturally Perform Better in Benchmark Tests

The Samsung Galaxy S4 is a damn fine phone. It's fast, it's big, it's thin and it's completely deserving to be in most people's pockets. But apparently that's not enough for Samsung. The Korean company has gotten caught cheating benchmark tests to make itself look better. Basically, the S4 is specifically tweaked to be better at benchmarking than anything else it does. Read More >>

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