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With a strong focus on sustainability, Samsung kicked off CES with a strong keynote video, while its massive stand at CES 2022 covered entertainment, robots, gaming, smartphones, tablets, projectors, connected home appliances and more.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 12 January 2022 15:24

CyberRes Galaxy helps execs understand cyber threats

CyberRes's Galaxy provides executives with an immersive experience of the cyberthreats their organisation faces, according to the Micro Focus line of business.

Published in Security

South Korean electronics giant Samsung Electronics has dropped some hints about its smartphone roadmap in the new year, with its president of mobile, Dr T.M. Roh, saying the company would hold an event in January, possibly for releasing the Galaxy S21.

Published in Mobility

South Korean smartphone maker Samsung Electronics has announced the official launch of its One UI3 skin for Android 11, with users of Galaxy S20 5G, Galaxy S20+ 5G and Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G in the US to be the first to get the update.

Published in Mobility

Coming to Australia soon is Samsung's enterprise enhanced business smartphone, with Microsoft Teams "walkie-talkie" capability, a rugged design, programmable buttons, IP68-rating, removable battery and more.

Published in Enterprise Solutions
Thursday, 14 November 2019 10:55

Pawsey Supercomputing Centre looks to buy new wares

The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre has invited tenders for a new system to replace its existing Magnus and Galaxy supercomputers. Worth $70 million, the new machines will be funded by an Australian Government grant.

Published in Data

With top of the line smartphones costing anywhere from $1500 to $2500 and beyond, and with smartphones lasting longer than ever thanks to OS and security updates, safely buying second hand via the security of a refurbished model can be a totally smart saving.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Thursday, 04 July 2019 14:31

Samsung to defend ACCC action in court

Smartphone maker Samsung says it intends to defend the allegations made by the competition regulator, the ACCC, that it published misleading advertisements about its Galaxy-branded water resistant smartphones. 

Tech21 is naturally at the ready with both cases and screen protectors for Samsung's latest S10 models with five types of cases and a screen protector with three layers of the only BS you actually want – BulletShield.

Published in Home Tech

Samsung's flagship stylus-free smartphone, the Galaxy S10, will launch via keynote at 6am AEDT on Thursday, 21 February in Australia, which is 11am PST, 20 February in the US.

Published in Home Tech

Samsung is launching a mystery Galaxy smartphone at 5pm in Malaysia, which is 8pm in Sydney, 10am in London, 2am in San Francisco and 5am in New York.

Published in Home Tech

Is it real? Is it a hoax? It's hard to tell, because I can't find the source lawsuit claimed online, but a single report of a Note9 battery catching fire has emerged.

Published in Home Tech

Samsung's Galaxy Note9 has ended its pre-sales period and is now on sale at retail at last, with the South Korean powerhouse proudly boasting of breaking all previous Samsung Note records for sales in the same time period.

Published in Home Tech

As the war between iOS and Android rages on more fiercely than ever before, Samsung still reigns supreme as the most well known Android maker, with its new Note9 and Tab S4 ready to strike back against all comers.

Published in Home Tech

Users at XDA-Developers and Samsung’s US community website are reporting random reboots, with home remedies on offer including weather widget removal.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

It’s not just Australians and the rest of the world that will be unable to use the Bixby voice control at launch, now Samsung admits the US won’t be able to either.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

Samsung’s new Galaxy S8 and S8+ builds on its Galaxy foundations and adds some new features, that sets it apart from all its Android competition.

If you’re still using the Note7 in defiance or ignorance of the recall, your Note7 will receive a software update to limit the battery charge to a maximum of 60%.

Published in Mobility

Samsung Australia has confirmed that replacement stock of the Galaxy Note7 is coming to Australian customers from 21 September amid a US recall and airlines warning against Note7 use.

Published in Mobility

Samsung is to be congratulated for swiftly moving to issue a recall for its flagship Galaxy Note7 smartphone.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
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