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Samsung Improving Wireless Charging for 2014?

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We all know that wireless charging is the future when it comes to mobile innovations and now Samsung is working on improving wireless charging in the coming year. We all know that the number one annoyance of wireless charging is having to place our device perfectly on the charging pad and Samsung is working Samsung Wireless charging solutionson fixing this. Of course wireless charging is a seemingly lazy way to keep your battery full and Samsung will make this even easier.

LG and Samsung Flexible Displays in Production

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LG and Samsung have both announced that they have flexible displays currently in production. Who will win in the new flexible display market? Well LG announced their flexible displays are in mass production and claim that they will be the “worlds first flexible OLED panel for smartphones”. Samsung responded to LG’s claims that they have already had flexible displays in production. Samsung also stated that their flexible displays will be released in a matter of a few days meaning that if true they will beat LG’s “G Flex” to the punch by about a month.

An unbreakable Samsung Galaxy S4?

Samsung has, for year, toyed with the idea of flexible and unbreakable display technology but thus far has yet to include in a mainstream handset. If a new Reuters report proves to be legit, the Samsung Galaxy S4 may employ such a display.

HTC might get the iPhone and iPad banned in the US?

htcApple is gearing up to launch the next “not-so-revolutionary” device known as iPhone 5 in the upcoming days, and we know that Apple is not in a good relationship with Samsung and HTC. Well, after all the “lawsuit-games” played by Apple, it’s time for Apple to taste their own medicine.

According to a US judge, Apple may have trouble invalidating two patents held by HTC, related to data transmission. Actually the patents are critical to 4G LTE technology, and it could lead to a ban on the new iPad and the iPhone.

Samsung debuts Android 4.1-powered Galaxy Camera

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Samsung, following closely on the heels of their big Galaxy Note II announcement, have made the Galaxy Camera official. Specifications for the Android 4.1-powered camera are below and we couldn’t be happier.

The Galaxy Note II Has Finally Been Announced!

galaxy note IIThe world is now being introduced to the Galaxy Note II at the Samsung Unpacked event at IFA. The Galaxy Note II is packed with some new features that will make life a little easier when you’re on the go.

First things first, the Note II is sporting a 5.5 inch screen, a quad core processor, and a 3100 mAh battery. It will also get a new S-Pen (which is longer and thinner), and the phablet itself is only 9.4 mm thick. So far, so good, right?

Android 4.1 found running on Galaxy S III

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In yet another sign that Android 4.1 should soon hit the Galaxy S III, a video has surfaced which shows exactly that. You can see in the clip below that things look pretty legit and that TouchWiz UI remains largely unaffected. All the stuff we've come to appreciate in Jelly Bean is present, including Google Now, expanded notifications, and that buttery smooth interface.

Samsung details next-gen Exynos 5 Dual processor

The new system-on-a-chip should run circles around today's current models.

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Samsung earlier this week, detailed its next-generation mobile processor, the EXYNOS 5 Dual, in a blog post.. If you thought today's current smartphones and tablets had beast hardware then wait until these things arrive.

Samsung announces redesigned Galaxy Note 10.1

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It might have taken more than half of the year to come to fruition, but Samsung today announced the redesigned Galaxy Note 10.1. Details for the tablet include a 1.4GHz quad-core processor, 2GB RAM, 10.1-inch display, 5-megapixel main camera, and a 1.9-megapixel front-facing camera.

How to Program and Use Samsung TecTiles

tectilesTecTiles are small programmable NFC(Near Field Communication) tags that can be read using the NFC technology on your Samsung device through an application that can be found on the Google Play store. The main function of a TecTile is to program it to complete tasks on your device like turning on your Bluetooth, Wifi, or opening certain applications by simply touching your device to the tag.

Some TecTiles can be accessed simply by using the NFC technology on your enabled device although some require that you use the free application on the Android Market. If for any reason you set you phone on a TecTile and it cannot read it and complete the action it will let you know that the application is needed.

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