At IFA 2017, Samsung announced three new wearables (of which two have been leaked before today), the Gear Sport, Gear Fit2 Pro and the second gen version of the Gear IconX.
Samsung’s Note line has been all about catering towards the power users, with a powerful processor, more RAM than necessary and some experimentation (like making the screen curved) mixed in-between.
After numerous leaks, the Galaxy Note8 is officially here.
Samsung has announced that their Bixby Voice assistant is now available in Canada as part of a global expansion that includes over 200 countries and territories.
We’re only about a week away from Samsung’s Galaxy Note8 Unpacked event but it seems that the Note8 isn’t the only thing the company is set to unveil.
After the Note7 debacle last year, fans of Samsung’s Note lineup are eagerly waiting for the arrival of the Note8. But famed leaker, Evan Blass (aka @evleaks) has our best look at the Note8 so far.
Samsung has extended their relationship with Major League Baseball (MLB) to offer more virtual reality experiences to fans.
After being announced at MWC 2017, Samsung’s successor to the Galaxy TabPro S, the Galaxy Book is officially here in Canada.
The tablet is market is in a weird place right now, they’re not flying off the shelves like they did back in 2011 but somehow, Apple still manages to sell millions of iPads each year.
Part of the reason, why people aren’t buying as many tablets any more, is because everyone already has at least one tablet in their household. So there is no need to buy a second one, or even to replace your first one, because tablets don’t have the same lifecycle as a smartphone, which is about 2-3 years.
Just a little over a month after the Galaxy S8’s launch, the Gear 360 (2017) and Samsung’s DeX mobile station are available in Canada.