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Expected internal updates were made, along with improvements to the S Pen capability and camera functionality, but a couple things were also thrown out.
Safari and Google Chrome are installed as default web browsers on most mobile devices. But there are other options -- and Samsung's exclusive mobile browser is now available for all users of the most recent versions of Android.
After last year's Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, Samsung had to step back and consider whether the Note line should even continue. Was the brand too damaged? Would customers ever trust the company again? Obviously, it determined we're ready for more. Here's a look at what Samsung has been up to lately.
This week Samsung showed off the Infinity Display, improved S Pen, and dual camera of its new Galaxy Note 8 smartphone.
Opinion: You could worry about Windows 10 spying on you, or you could worry about something a bit more serious -- like your TV listening in on you and passing on the information to intelligence agencies.
Samsung's Galaxy S8 is here, and it's everything you hoped it would be. But the question remains, is that enough to make up for the Note 7?