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Samsung lowballs the 4K competition with $700 display

Samsung's new UD590 is hardly cheap, but the others coming out cost several hundred dollars more. The company also announced a clutch of 1080p HD displays.

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Galaxy S5 display tested, found to be the best ever

Dr. Raymond Soneira of DisplayMate puts the Galaxy S5 display through a heap of tests, and proclaims it king of the smartphones.

on greenbot.com

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Apple, Samsung kick off case by sparring over instructional video

Samsung argued that an instructional video for jurors suggested that Apple's products were patentable and innovative.

Apple and Samsung head back to court

The two companies are due back in court on Monday to argue over smartphone patents.

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How Samsung can still win the looming smartwatch wars in an Android Wear world

Google's smartwatch OS looks breathtaking, but there's still a path for Samsung's Gear devices to capture the public's imagination.

on techhive.com

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Samsung smartphone add-ons help the blind 'see' the world

Ultrasonic cover and document-scanning stand help users navigate the physical world.

on greenbot.com

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Developer: some Samsung Galaxy devices contain file access backdoor

A software program shipped with some Samsung mobile devices allows access to the file system through the modem, the developers said.

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Samsung says fire at supplier will not delay Galaxy S5 production

In the wake of a fire at a supplier's factory, Samsung said it relies on multiple contractors for its hardware.

on greenbot.com

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Hands on with Samsung's Milk Music, the next step in de-Googlefying its Android devices

The streaming radio app piggybacks off of Slacker radio and is exclusively available to Samsung Galaxy device users.

on greenbot.com

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Apple again denied permanent US sales ban against Samsung products

Apple failed to provide enough evidence to warrant an injunction, so a judge ruled that legal damages should be sufficient.