The Samsung Galaxy S4 is one the most wanted phones of the moment. Released just days ago the grey market is already doing its thing to bring the $899 sticker price down to well below $700.
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Samsung has become the Houdini of the tech world, magically turning itself into one of the world’s biggest smartphone manufacturers on the back of its Galaxy S3 mobile. The next model, the SGS4, is all set to be unveiled at an event in New York this week. Here’s what to expect.
I’ve not been a fan of this “4K” revolution for televisions since it was discussed as a mainstream possibility back at CES 2012. Here in Las Vegas for CES 2013, LG, Samsung and Sony all announced brand new televisions with four times the resolution and picture quality of our current High Definition standard. And it’s a problem. [...]
One of the biggest surprises of CES 2013 has been the unveiling of curved screen TV, with both Samsung and LG revealing their versions today in Las Vegas.
While Smart TVs have been selling in droves over the last 12 months or more, the actual use of the “smart” part of the TV is known within the industry to be low. Samsung has accepted EFTM’s challenge at CES this year to redesign the interface with its redesigned Smart Hub on new model TVs in [...]
The biggest names in consumer electronics are about to storm into Las Vegas for the biggest technology show in the world, CES. EFTM will be there all next week, here’s a teaser of what to expect.
Apple didn’t invent the smaller sized tablet category with the iPad mini, in fact they come late to the party. Blackberry, Google, Samsung and others have had 7-inch sized tablets for a while now. EFTM gathered together our Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 and Blackberry Playbook and put them side by side with the iPad mini [...]
With the USSD vulnerability exposed today, current users of Samsung Galaxy SII phones should be very careful with the links you follow and click on until you have managed to fix your phone. EFTM has the details on exactly how to fix it, and check if it’s been fixed.
At a recent Security Conference in Buenos Aires, Telecommunications researcher Ravi Borgaonkar demonstrated a very simple yet unprecedented vulnerability in some Samsung mobile phones, which, when implemented would result in a complete factory reset of the phone – and loss of all data. EFTM has conducted our own tests and we have the video to prove it.
Science Fiction has been promising us robotic slaves for decades. The promise of a hassle free existence, with all daily chores completed by a combination of bits and bytes with mechanical hardware. The Navibot S is the closest we’ve come to that reality.