Find your way around the Samsung Galaxy Tab with a brand new independent bookazine.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab Book is packed full with loads of useful information to help you get started with your new tablet and how to squeeze as much benefit out of it once you are up and running.
It comes with handy step-by-step guides from everything to setting up your Galaxy Tab to using the S Planner, making photo albums and creating a safe device for children to use. It will take you through all the programs you’ll find on your Galaxy Tab and how to use them to their full potential.
All of the tutorials have been written by our team of independent experts, so you know you’re going to get a book that is fair, balanced and helpful. Each tutorial has photos to help you see the steps, which should make your transition to the Galaxy Tab as easy as possible.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer OnePlus has announced that you can buy a OnePlus One every Tuesday without an invite.
Starting today (10 February 2015) consumers will be able to pick up a brand new smartphone without needing to be invited by an existing user. Until now, supply has been severely limited, meaning that anyone wanting a phone from the Chinese start-up needed to be invited by a friend.
However, in recent months OnePlus has been relaxing its rules and announcing specific days in which consumers can buy its flagship model without that invite.
Those restrictions have been dropped even further with the announcement that every Tuesday the OnePlus One will be available for anyone to buy. This will be the first time since its launch last year that the general public will have advance warning of when they will be able to buy the One.
Get to grips with Samsung Galaxy basics and beyond thanks to the revised Samsung Galaxy for Beginners.
As new versions of Samsung’s phenomenally successful Galaxy range are launched, there is a whole heap of extra features to get your head around. Luckily, we’ve got the answer in the form of the Samsung Galaxy for Beginners Third Revised Edition.
It is packed full of useful information for everyone from first time users to those who have owned every one to date. It has got in-depth start up guides and introductions to the phone series as well as tutorials, hints and tips on everything from getting the most out of your battery to sharing files with Dropbox.
The Samsung Galaxy for Beginners Third Revised Edition is your essential companion if you want to get the most out of your smartphone and has been written by the same people who bring you Android magazine month after month.
MIT offshoot Solid Energy has announced a lithium ion battery that could double battery life.
Their battery design uses an ultra-thin metal anode in place of the standard carbon or silicon-composite anode to halve the size of the battery’s interior. This way they can pack twice the amount of anode inside the cell, doubling the amount of charge it can hold.
This is something that has been tried before but the liquid electrolyte connected to the anode is usually flammable. However, Solid Energy has added elements to the electrolyte to stop the reaction and prevent the battery from exploding.
Solid Energy also says that the battery will be able to be manufactured using technology that already exists, meaning that companies that make lithium ion batteries can start producing these new ones without having to invest in expensive new equipment.
Press release suggests Samsung Galaxy S6 is going to be launched on 1 March at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Samsung has sent out a number of press invites to their event ‘Galaxy Unpacked 2015′ at which they are widely expected to be launching the Galaxy S6. The teasing advert has hinted at a curved screen for their latest flagship device but so far the South Korean technology giant has managed to keep its details mostly under wraps.
Samsung has made a habit of launching major products at the MWC, unveiling the Galaxy S5, Gear 2 and Gear Fit at the 2014 congress before a second batch of devices, Note 4, Note Edge and Gear VR headset, were announced seven months later at a second ‘Unpacked’ event.
The event is set to begin at 6:30pm CET (5.30PM GMT) and could possibly also see the launch of a new smartwatch from Samsung with a circular display, rivalling the launch of the Apple Watch, which is slated for release in April.
Reports are suggesting that the Samsung Galaxy S6 will be much more streamlined than its predecessors.
One of the major gripes consumers have had with Samsung phones in the past is that the sheer volume of pre-loaded apps eats up the available memory and slows the phone down. However, an article from www.sammobile.com says that Samsung is going to change their approach to the amount of bloatware they put on their phones.
The article says Samsung is going to remove a number of apps that can be downloaded from the Play Store or Samsung’s app store in order to make the S6 as fast and streamlined as Nexus devices.
Not all will be removed and it is expected that S Health will be one of the ones to stay as it is one of Samsung’s biggest successes in recent years, but lesser used apps much as S Translator and S Voice might become download only.