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Samsung’s flagship tablet from last year, the Galaxy Tab S 10.5 (SM-T800) is now available for just $359.99 courtesy of a deal over at eBay. This is over $140 off on the regular asking price, which makes it a worthwhile deal. We have to point out that the device offered here is a brand new unit and not a refurbished one, so you’re getting full value for your money. We’re not sure how long this deal will last, but we urge you to make up your mind before the seller takes down the listing. The Galaxy Tab S 10.5 comes...

Samsung is expected to launch a new smartwatch called the Gear A as numerous reports have told us. The company has now announced that it will be launching the SDK for the smartwatch well before the launch, thus giving developers enough time to work on new apps and content for the wearable. In doing this, Samsung has also confirmed that this device will indeed sport a circular display. This is barely a surprise as we’ve already come across several reports confirming this, but it’s always good to get confirmation straight...

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 (WiFi) is the latest to get the Lollipop treatment with Android 5.0.2 now being sent out to the tablet. It is said that the update is currently being rolled out in South Korea, with more regions expected to get it over the coming weeks. This update is only applicable for the WiFi version, so LTE users will have to keep waiting to see Android 5.0 on their tablet. The update is available over the air or through Samsung Kies, which is the company’s desktop software that lets you pull updates. If none...

The Samsung Gear VR was first launched in September last year. However, this headset was only compatible with the Galaxy Note 4 phablet while other Samsung devices were exempt from the list. But with the launch of the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge, Samsung mentioned that it will have a newly designed version of the virtual reality headset meant specifically for the two devices. Customers in the U.S. can pre-order this headset starting tomorrow, according to the company. Price should stay the same at $199, although Samsung is yet to...

Google is now sending out an update to the Play Services application, which carries Android Auto support for devices like the Samsung Galaxy S6. As we all know, third party Android Auto head units are slowly making their way to the markets courtesy of manufacturers like Pioneer. Head units are available for purchase in the U.S., UK and some other parts of the world and it’s only natural that Google wants the latest Samsung flagship to support these units. You will probably not find any other changes with Play Services as Android...

Interested in getting the Samsung Gear Fit wearable on the cheap? You might want to focus your attention towards Amazon where the wearable is being offered for just $135.52 by the retailer. We’re not sure how long this pricing will last, but it makes sense to take full advantage of this deal while you still can. The Gear Fit is over an year old in the market and features a curved OLED panel which wraps around your wrist nicely. It was launched along with the Gear 2 and the Gear Fit, which hasn’t received all that much attention...

The Samsung Galaxy S6 was launched earlier this month amidst plenty of hype and expectations from the fans and the company alike. And after hearing yesterday that the arrival of the device had impacted the iPhone 6 sales, a newer report believes that the sales have been underwhelming. It is said that the smartphone has failed to live up to the expectations in its home region of South Korea. It is said that Samsung only sold 200,000 units of the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge in the region, which isn’t all that impressive. As we...

Getting an Android devices offers a variety of options to the users. And to enable some of the crucial features that are otherwise disabled by the manufacturer, it is imperative that customers root their device. It seems like users of the Samsung Galaxy S6 or the Galaxy S6 Edge might have to steer clear of such activity if they want to keep using Samsung Pay. A new revelation tells us that rooting the Galaxy S6 or the Galaxy S6 Edge smartphone essentially makes Samsung Pay unusable. This happens due to Samsung Knox, which is the built...