With the official launch date for the Samsung Galaxy S23 lineup on the schedule, Samaung is already kicking off the first deals for those who reserve the new phone. Between January 10 and February 1, Samsung is giving away $50 Samsung Credit when you pre-order one device or $100 Samsung Credit when you pre-order two …
More evidence has emerged to suggest that non-US Samsung Galaxy S23 customers should expect to pay more for the phone.
Corning has confirmed that they are working with Samsung on the Galaxy S23, where the company’s Gorilla Glass Victus 2 will be used in the handset’s display.
Newly leaked renders give us a glimpse as to what we might be able to expect from the upcoming OnePlus Pad.
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In the latest beta of Google Messages, it seems that Google is expanding end-to-end encryption to support group chats of up to 100 participants.
A recent ruling by the Indian government has essentially changed the course of how Google will go about handling Android in one of its largest markets.
If you’re looking for a new TV or a projector for your home, check out these deals that Samsung is running and you can save yourself a fair chunk of change.
TCL has announced that its Ion X smartphone will be launching in the US and will be available on Metro.
VIP-SCDKey is running an end of January promotion where you will be able to grab genuine lifetime copies of Windows and Office at very generous discounts.
In a leaked image, it seems that one smartphone manufacturer could be potentially collaborating with Coca-Cola to create a Coke-branded smartphone.
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We’ve heard the rumors that the Samsung Galaxy S23’s price could be increased, but then later reports suggest otherwise, and now we’re getting new information, so which is it?