iPhone X: How does it stack up against the Galaxy S8?

Announced on Tuesday, the iPhone X will compete with Samsung’s newest flagship phone, the Galaxy S8. Here’s how the two phones break down on key features and price.

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Samsung gets sweaty with Gear Fit2 Pro and Sport watches, IconX wireless earbuds

Samsung’s Gear Sport is a cross between a smartwatch and fitness tracker, but it’s not the only wearable the company is introducing. It’s releasing alongside the new Gear Fit2 Pro and Gear IconX wireless earbuds.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/08/30/samsung-gets-sweaty-with-gear-fit2-pro-and-sport-watches-iconx-wireless-earbuds.html

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Samsung's Galaxy S8 facial recognition has a big flaw

Galaxy S8 Facial Recognition Fail Samsung’s Galaxy S8 comes with several biometric features — including one that could be fooled pretty easily, according to a report.

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Samsung security stumble? S8 reviewer unlocks phone with selfie

Samsung’s new S8 phone was launched amid a blaze of publicity last week, with the tech giant touting, in particular, the device’s security features.

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Samsung’s Exynos 8895 features custom CPU cores, first 10nm chip to market

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Samsung’s new Exynos 9 8895 will be the first 10nm chip to market — and it’s packing second-generation custom CPU cores.

The post Samsung’s Exynos 8895 features custom CPU cores, first 10nm chip to market appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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New Samsung security camera hacks show yet again why it’s important to have a good firewall

Simple and slightly smart, but not very secure

The saga of hacks made on Samsung’s popular SmartCam security cameras are a perfect illustration of why your network defense must start with a well-managed firewall. It has become impossible to rely on IoT device makers to create completely secure devices, and unworkable to have to keep them all up to date even when patches are provided.…

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Samsung might launch bigger Galaxy S8 'Plus' to win back Galaxy Note 7 fans

A report indicated earlier this week that Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S8 will come in two sizes, both featuring full-screen designs with curved displays measuring 5.7-inch and 6.2 -inch.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/11/09/samsung-might-launch-bigger-galaxy-s8-plus-to-win-back-galaxy-note-7-fans.html

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Galaxy S8 may be delayed, report says

After Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 quickly became an absolute disaster, the last thing the company wants to do is release its next-generation flagship phone when the phone is anything but perfect.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/11/07/galaxy-s8-may-be-delayed-report-says.html

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Samsung’s mobile division profits fall by 96% in wake of Note 7 disaster

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Samsung’s mobile division took a shellacking this past quarter thanks to the Note 7’s double-recall, but the Korean company believes the problem is behind it, with no long-term impacts on its mobile divisions market share or popularity.

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Samsung heir joins board of directors after Galaxy Note 7 failure

The grandson of Samsung’s founder is stepping up as its new leader after the failure of the company’s flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note 7.

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Batterygate Will Kill Samsung's Holiday Shopping Season


When news of Samsung’s Batterygate first surfaced, I think that mine may have been the only voice saying the Samsung brand would suffer significant damage, but the company didn’t realize it yet. It was lonely, but lately others have come to agree. Samsung now is going through one of the most painful times any company ever has endured. Its brand is severely damaged, and to make matters worse, the injury was both self-inflicted and preventable. So what’s the real problem with the Galaxy Note7? Defective batteries caused phones to overheat.

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