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  • 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...
  • 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 misses the point, makes light 3D glasses

    Samsung have just released press shots of these new ‘light’ weight’ 3D glasses. On a new Japanese website samsungtomorrow.com they claim the glasses are the lightest ever 3D glasses. Thanks to the magic of Bing Translator, English speaking individuals can read the news as well. Made by luxury glasses...
  • Review: Samsung Omnia 7 / Windows Phone 7

    Hardware Screen Samsung have done a great job on the build quality of the Omnia 7, it’s 4 inch AMOLED screen looks great. Black levels are stunning, so dark that black areas of the screen blends into the surrounding glossy black hardware. Video playback on the large screen looks...
  • Windows Phone 7 launch a messy fragmented nightmare

    Those paying attention to the mobile space would know that Windows Phone 7 launched (kind of) in Australia last Thursday. To say the launch was fragmented would be a massive understatement. To begin the ‘Australian launch’ was really a Telstra launch, as only WP7 devices being sold through Telstra...
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab A$999 are you kidding me ?

    Widely regarded as the closest iPad competitor on the market (hey at least you can buy this one), Samsung have announced Australian pricing for the Galaxy Tab. So with a smaller screen than the iPad (7” vs 9.7”), less battery life and a platform with lots less applications, how...
  • Samsung celebrate arrival of dual-LCD camera with competition

    Samsung are giving away 100 of their new Dual-LCD screen ST500 cameras. The competition starts August 20th and runs until September 18th. To get in on the competition you should check out: Facebook page – Tap and Take Australia Twitter – @samsungcapture I’ve not seen or used the camera,...
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