Don't rub your eyes. That above pic is no mirage. It's a leaked rebate form heralding the Big Red arrival of an actual Illusion -- a 3G Samsung-made one, that is. The form, sent to us by an eagle-eyed tipster, confirms that mysterious Gingerbread phone's imminent November launch, while also outing two other equally un-hyped devices: the BlackBerry Curve 9370 and Casio G'zOne Ravine 2.
Verizon Wireless appears to be making another push into the prepaid market. This latest comes with the introduction of the ALLSET PLANS, which are being touted as offering flexibility along with an affordable price and no annual agreements. Big Red has these plans beginning at $35 per month for regular phones, and at $45 per month for smartphones.
Some say that I'm an Australian. And that as well as being an Engineer, I also enjoy a good game and my Android devices, currently the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Nexus 7. All you need to know though is I review hardware and games, write news, and manage the AndroidSPIN Facebook and Pinterest pages.
Today the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition has been made available to the likes of Verizon’s 4G LTE network. This device will be essentially identical to the non-Verizon edition, save a number of carrier-specific apps and the ability to connect to Verizon’s 4G LTE network.
It's that time of the month again to look back at how our favorite Android versions have been faring. Since January, however, there has been very little movement in terms of adoption though the basic trend in Android distributions still holds true. Android Jelly Bean still remains king of the hill at 60.
Today, we watched Samsung announce it's building a VR headset with Oculus VR, dissected rumors surrounding WWDC 2014, took Samsung's Chromebook 2 for a test run and investigated the technology behind holograms. Read on for Engadget's news highlights from the last 24 hours.
Let it not be said that public parks areanti-technology. Over in Boston, city officials are more than happy to try new things in green spaces, including the use of solar-powered smart benches, aka "soofas.
The latest in Galaxy Tab technology comes from Samsung to T-Mobile this summer in the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0. This device was first introduced in April of this year and hit Verizon this June. This version of the Tab will include T-Mobile apps and connectivity with T-Mobile’s 4G LTE. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.
What do you get when you combine a few respirator bags, some silicone air valves and a motion detector? A contraption that produces a synthetic version of our most sensual form of communication, the whisper.
This week the Samsung Galaxy S5 is being presented at Verizon with the same sort of release as the HTC One (M8) . When the HTC One (M8) was unveiled last month, the company made clear that they wanted to put as many devices in user hands as possible, offering a buy one get one deal to the masses. Samsung, it seems, is also ready to get in on the party.
It looks like Sony still has bragging rights that thePlayStation 4is the top-selling console. Not to be outdone by the latest NPD report, the PlayStationTwitter account announcedthat the Sony's new console is still outselling theXbox One, for the sixth month in a row.
Samsung is one of the leading smartphone makers in the world and leads many markets on the back of smartphones like the Galaxy S5 that run Android for the operating system. The popular Galaxy S5 hit pre-order late last month . Another new smartphone from Samsung is now up for pre-order at Verizon and this one is something a bit different.
The LG G Flex has arrived domestically, and we have our hands-on of the newest from LG. Curved, big, and oddly comfortable, the G Flex brings a new thinking to mobile. Our initial reaction is one of curiosity, but will the curve make a difference in how we use a smartphone? When LG announced the G Flex shortly after the Samsung Galaxy Round, many chalked both up to being proofs of concept.
Who claims science isn't magic? Well, anybody you might ask, really -- but that doesn't stop Techno-illusionist Marco Tempest from trying to meld the two. In a recentTEDtalk, Tempest used a top hat, a yellow ball and a robot named EDI (no, notthatEDI) to discuss the role deception plays in creating automatons with lifelike attributes. "Magic creates the illusion of impossible reality," he says.
Today, we review Sony's lifelogging SmartBand wearable, investigate the ins and outs of 3D printing, learn how to escape the clutches of the internet and take a look atSportsCenter'snew home. Read on for Engadget's news highlights from the last 24 hours.
Tweakers and enthusiasts eager for Samsung 's latest flagship need no longer pine, provided they are willing to be or are already under Verizon 's flag. The carrier has added the Samsung Galaxy S5 Developer Edition to its catalog precisely for these people, but it's going to cost them quite a bit more than usual.
One of the talents that helped define the last generation of console games has a new home. Amy Hennig, the creative director and lead writer ofUncharted: Drake's Fortuneand itsPS3 sequelsrecentlyjoined the teamat Visceral Games (best known for theDead Spaceseries),where she'llserve as creative directorfor its in-developmentStar Warstitle.
Opening statements are underway in a San Jose court room, this time in the latest Samsung vs. Apple spat. In laying the groundwork for their defense, Samsung made some bold statements today, even going so far as to say the lawsuit is an “attack on Android”.