Samsung today unveiled the Note 8, which it describes as a "super phablet." Yes, that positioning is important.
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Samsung announced last night that it is finally bringing a full Bixby experience to Galaxy S8 users in the United States.
Samsung has opened up an Early Access program for Bixby on the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+.
Just days ahead of Google's annual developer conference, the long-delayed and Android-compatible Samsung Chromebook Pro is finally available for preorder.
The Samsung Galaxy S8+ is unquestionably the best smartphone I've ever owned, a gorgeous and modern device with great performance and a superior camera. And I have to return it.
For the past few weeks, I've been evaluating three smartphones that represent some of the best choices available in their respective pricing categories. Here are some early recommendations.
Even for a seasoned device reviewer such as myself, the Samsung Galaxy S8+ presents such a wide range of unique capabilities that trying to understand it all up front quickly becomes overwhelming.
My Samsung Galaxy S8+ arrived this morning, and it's going to take quite a while to get up and running with this new handset. But first impressions matter. And the Galaxy S8+ is stunning.
Samsung admitted this week that the flagship handset will not include full Bixby personal digital assistant functionality in the US. Instead, its most critical feature, voice control, will come later.
Samsung has opened up preorders for its new Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ handsets. And if you act quickly, you will get a free Gear VR virtual reality headset too.
It's always news when Samsung updates its flagship handsets. But today's Galaxy S8 announcement is particularly momentous, even for the world's biggest maker of smartphones.
Samsung has updated their Notebook 9 and the 15in model is thin, light and offers a wide range of ports; coming in at 2.17 lbs, it's a device you need to hold to appreciate.
Samsung's new Chromebook has quite a few features that may attract users who traditionally would have purchased a Windows device.
Recent issues with exploding Samsung smartphones are a welcome reminder in these parts that Microsoft isn't the only tech giant that can totally muff a crisis. So thanks, Samsung. You've really raised the bar.
Samsung's attack on Google continued this week with the consumer electronics giant announcing two new fitness wearables that are based on Tizen rather than Android. But to be fair, Tizen may be better suited for the lower functional requirements of these devices than it is, say, for a full-featured smart watch.