Overnight Samsung held their Unpacked event online and revealed two new foldable smartphones. The Galaxy Z Fold3 and the Galaxy Z Flip3. Now in their third generation, foldable phones are certainly maturing. When foldable first arrived on the market a couple of years ago, they were much more of a technical...
  • Samsung Galaxy S III 4G announced for Telstra and Optus, Game on Apple!

    Before breakfast this morning, Samsung Electronics Australia announced the GALAXY S III 4G. The impressive spec list is available in full below, but there’s a few key points about the announcement. The GALAXY S III 4G will be available on both Telstra and Optus 4G networks. This is the...
  • Apple vs Samsung verdict: Apple winning. “Samsung did infringe Apple patents”

    After months of fighting in US courtrooms, finally we have a decision. While the ultimate question is, did Samsung copy Apple, there are some 700 individual decisions needed to be made by the jury. The decision has just been handed down that Samsung did indeed infringe on some of...
  • New Series 9 Ivy Bridge at a more reasonable $1,599 RRP

    While Intel has been busy announcing new ultrabooks at Computex, Samsung has a new model of their sexy slim Series 9. Previous models of the Series 9 ultrabooks have been heavily criticised for an exorbitant price ($2,498), out of the reach of most consumers. The latest Ivy bridge based...
  • Samsung Galaxy S III now on sale! [Full spec list]

    This morning the long awaited, much hyped Samsung Galaxy S III was announced in Sydney. While we usually see months between the announcement and release date, this is something quite unique. The Samsung Galaxy S III is now on sale in Australia. Sure the third version of the Galaxy...
  • Samsung Navibot S, top-of-the-line cleaning robot, costs $1,000+

    Samsung have launched a new robotic floor cleaner today called NaviBot S. The automated floor cleaning robot uses a combination of an on-board camera, a suite of sensors and infra-red detection to navigate your house. After the cleaning has completed, the NaviBot S returns to its base for charging...
  • Samsung acquires mSpot Music, may push cloud-based media to devices.

    Although Samsung didn’t announce that it would be introducing a cloud-storage service to users at the much-anticipated Samsung Galaxy S-III launch, it has implied that it is certainly interested in exploring such avenues after acquiring cloud-based music service mSpot. Although Samsung hasn’t (at the time of writing) specified its exact intentions for...
  • Skype for Windows Phone Finally Arrives

    Following Microsoft’s acquisition of global VoIP giant Skype, it was only some time until an official version of the wildly popular program hit Microsoft’s wildly popular mobile OS, Windows Phone. Well following the launch of a beta app at Mobile World Congress, an official and fully featured Skype app...
  • Samsung’s new series of Smart TVs, has the future arrived?

    We first saw the line up of Samsung’s new TVs at CES but Samsung has now launched their new range of TVs in Australia. First, the new the new line up looks great, no longer does a massive 64” TV over power your living room. The ultra thin bezel...
  • Australia’s first 4G tablet announced, Galaxy Tab 8.9” 4G

    Samsung have just announced the first 4G enabled tablet for Australia. Running on Telstra’s 4G network, its name is the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9” 4G. The sub-10” display runs a 1280×800 resolution but unfortunately those pixels will be filled with Android 3.2. Telstra’s 4G network is currently is only...
  • Review: Samsung Galaxy Nexus / Android 4.0

    The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is the flagship phone for Android right now, being the only device shipping with 4.0 on-board. Hardware Screen The device features one of the largest screen sizes we’ve seen on a smartphone, supporting a Super AMOLED 4.65” display running a massive 1280×720 resolution. This screen...
  • Samsung Series 9 slashed, then disappears from HN’s website

    The MacBook Air’s closest rival is the Samsung Series 9. While the best Ultrabook on the Windows-side, it’s biggest downside has always been it’s exorbitant price. The sexy black brushed aluminium laptop went on sale in Australia exclusively at Harvey Norman for A$2,499. It’s RRP has now dropped to...
  • Samsung Omnia W announced, Mango phones keep rolling.

    The latest Windows Phone offering from Samsung has just been announced. The Samsung Omnia W is the latest in a growing list of Mango devices which will ship with Windows Phone 7.5. The Omnia W will feature a 3.7-inch AMOLED display, down from the 4.0” on the Omnia 7...
  • 5000 Build attendees // developers get Samsung Slate

    Met with a huge round of applause, Windows Division President Steven Sinofsky just announced 5000 build developers will get a Samsung tablet running Windows 8. There’s an abundance of sensors for developers to take advantage of, check out the graphic below for the full list. The Build conference sold...
  • Samsung Note is 5.3 inches of insanity

    Image credit: This is my next How do you know smart phone sizes are getting out of control ? When Samsung announce a 5.3” device. Sure the industry has been through their phase of over miniaturisation, which was technically impressive, but not that useful. In recent years, we’ve seen...
  • Galaxy Tab Australian Launch Delayed… Nope!

    Yesterday we heard the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 would be delayed for release in Australia upon resolution of a Federal Court order. Apple claimed that Samsung had infringed 10 patents including look and feel, and touchscreen technology in the iPad. The court has also ordered Samsung to allow Apple...
  • Samsung Series 9 laptops exclusive to Harvey Norman

    Been hanging out to pickup one of those sexy new Series 9 laptops from Samsung ? Well it looks like Harvey Norman has landed an exclusive deal to be the only retailer in Australia. I’m not quite sure why Samsung would go in this direction, but personally I seriously...
  • Samsung SMART TV’s, claims world-first HDTV app store

    Today Samsung announced a brand new line-up of HDTV’s in Australia. Branded as SMART TV’s, this generation come equipped with what Samsung say is the worlds-first HDTV app store. Obviously it’s completely unlike an electronics manufacturer to get a little creative with the truth to sell products, but the...

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