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We have all seen Samsung show off Air Command with the S Pen. These is even more cool S Pen functionality on the Note 3 that makes it the best large screen smartphone.
Samsung has been working to improve their Exchange email client and has it working on the Galaxy S4. They took a step back with the Note 3, but thankfully NitroDesk's TouchDown fills the void and offers enhanced experience.
The Korean electronics giant said it will no longer bring rivals to court over certain patent infringement cases for the next five years.
Samsung's Knox technology is gaining some enterprise traction. Here's a look at the key issues and industries adopting Android in the enterprise.
As I approach the end of the return period for my Note 3, it makes sense for me to return it and stick with the HTC One. Then again, the sheer number of utilities, apps, options, and settings offer enough appeal to me to keep it in hand.
The NZ telco is the first in the world to implement Samsung's new BYOD enterprise-focused security suite.
The Korean electronics giant said the new research and development labs will focus on advanced software, content and services and user experience for consumer products.
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.
Kevin and I spent time with three new Samsung products and Kevin convinced me to buy a new Chromebook.
The 6.3-inch Galaxy Mega isn't easy to carry around or use one-handed and is short on internal storage. Having said that, it's the obvious handset for anyone who likes Samsung's 'Android-on-steroids' approach and is attracted by the Galaxy Note 3's size, but doesn't need stylus support.
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.
The South Korean giant is set to receive $1.5 billion after selling part of its stake back to storage developer Seagate.
The display technology is driven in large part by use in high-end Samsung smartphones and tablets.
True to its word earlier this month, Samsung has taken the wraps off its first curved OLED display smartphone, the Galaxy Round.
We read rumors that Samsung and LG were working on flexible smartphone displays and it seems Samsung is first out of the gate with the Galaxy Round launching in Korea.