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Samsung's latest smartphone may retain vastly the same design as its predecessor, but it packs in a great deal of new features and enhanced technologies. Here's what it looks like.
Chromebooks make good gifts and these are the ones to look for.
The $69 Apple Wireless Keyboard is fantastic and with the Nimblstand you can extend that experience to your iPad, Nexus, Samsung, or other tablet.
Samsung enhances the Note 3 experience with their accessories and the Flip Cover offers some protection with unique user functionality.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is an excellent device for the business person, but Samsung also added many fun features. One function compares well with the HTC One Video Highlights.
Sarvi Designs turns to crowdfunding donations using Kickstarter to help launch its battery charger that will work even if the device is covered by a protective case.
True to its word earlier this month, Samsung has taken the wraps off its first curved OLED display smartphone, the Galaxy Round.
Samsung's Note 10.1 offered an inking experience over the Apple iPad and the 2014 Edition improves upon that S Pen experience. This new model has a more premium feel with a fabulous high resolution display.
With the highest specs on an Android phone, one of the largest displays with S Pen support, and enhanced Samsung software we see Samsung continue to improve on a fantastic device with the size staying about the same.
We don't yet know if there is a smartwatch market, but Samsung's Galaxy Gear leads the pack with a functional and beautiful piece of jewelry. The Galaxy Gear likely has limited appeal, but contains lots of potential.
While Amazon, Apple, and Microsoft are still keeping their new tablets under wraps, many other manufacturers chose the Berlin convention to show off their latest Android and Windows 8 slates. Here are a number of notable ones.
Samsung took the Galaxy Gear smartwatch out of its pocket - and also revealed the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Tab 10.1
Scout recently launched on the Sprint 8XT and Lumia 925, but is now available for all Windows Phone 8 devices through the Store. It provides a user friendly navigation experience and more.
While high end smartphones run $200 to $300, there are plenty of options from free to $100. This gallery shows you two smartphones from each of the four major carriers that your student might want to consider.