LG's being facetious. The company's U.S. Twitter account teased Samsung over the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus' lack of a removable battery. The timing's conspicuous: Rumors suggest the G5 may sport a unique slide-out battery slot.
Samsung might be planning its own upgrade program, similar to Apple's iPhone upgrade program in the United States, which may launch alongside the Galaxy S7 in March. The program is expected to start in South Korea and expand later on.
Samsung might be planning to bring most, if not all, of its apps to iOS this year. That will include various Gear apps, so that the Gear S2 smartwatch works with iOS, and possibly the S Health app to compete with Apple's own Health app.
The latest crop of “smart home” devices may look sleek, but the real inconveniences most of us wrestle with every day still aren’t being solved by an industry that likes to ask what’s possible instead of what’s useful.
Samsung ramps up its virtual reality game by opening up its very own virtual reality movie studio in New York. What movies the studio will be responsible for producing is a mystery, but probably short for starters.
Samsung has done a lot to improve its software updates over the past few years, but a Dutch consumer group is still unhappy with the lack of timely updates, and has sued the South Korean electronics giant.
Oh no! The U.S. District Court has banned a handful of old and retired Samsung Galaxy smartphones from the United States. The ruling comes about three years too late to have much of an impact, with the Galaxy S3 being the newest device on…