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Samsung i70 puts 2 in 1, PMP & Digital Camera

So this product by Samsung is being released alongside of every 99999 other products being released at CES. At first glance it looks like the next iteration of the new digital cameras aimed at kids that are sleek and look cool. Not so. Just take a look here: – 7.2 Megapixel resolution – 3x optical zoom lens – 3.0-inch LCD ...

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Samsung BD-P1200, v2, but still breaking the bank

So maybe you would rather spend $800 on a BluDisc player rather than spend $600 on a PS3. Why? No clue. But if that’s something that you find attractive, the Samsung BD-P1200 is definitely your device. It is Smasung’s 2nd generation BluDisc player, and it does look very attractive from a design standpoint. A nice combination of slick lines and ...

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Revealing the backside of Samsung’s ultra video F500 phone

When Samsung announced the F300 and F500 at ITU Telecom World show, the company purposefully hid the backside of these phones. The design of the F300 ultra music phone was eventually revealed from FCC documents, leaked user manuals as well as blatant reviews of the prototypes. However the design of the backside of F500 ultra video phone was left in ...

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Take 3: Samsung selling phones on music videos

[ev type=”youtube” data=”z_dMQ04-y1k”][/ev] This is actually the third time Samsung is doing this, first they hired the face for Anycall (Samsung’s brand of mobile phones in Korea and a couple of countries in Asia), then they sponser and film the music video, so that the phones will be featured there, and the song will be featured in the TV ad. ...

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Samsung’s new GPS Navigator, the STT-D370, connects to phone via Bluetooth

Samsung just released the STT-D370, a new GPS navigator in Korea that is the first of its kind; it connects to cellphones via Bluetooth. Oh, and it has Transport Protocol Experts Group (TPEG) and terrestrial DMB, but those aren’t as important as hooking up with your cellphone, obviously. This is supposed to be great because it allows someone to make ...

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Samsung whips it out with X830

Samsungs new X830 cell phone has a look not shared with many phone on the market today; it has a switchblade-like design, which might not be the best design in the current times. You might pull out this phone, flip/slide it open, and some woman will pepper spray you in the face thinking you have a switchblade. The X830 is ...

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Samsung SGH-Z720 might blow away in the wind

It’s only a matter of time until our mobile devices are so thin and light that they begin to blow away in the wind. The new Samsung SGH-Z720 is officially the thinnest HSDPA (High-Speed Downlink Packet Access) slider phone coming in at 13.8mm thick (or thin). In case you care, yes, that is .1mm less than the Motorola RAZR, the ...

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Samsung SPH-B5800 gets you there quick

With more cars being put on the road daily (and even worse drivers…if that’s possible), you’ve got to expect more traffic. More traffic calls for alternative routes. How to you determine whether you need a new route? The Samsung SPH-B5800 lives to serve. With it’s T-DMB TV technology with real time traffic information, you’ll never have to wait in traffic ...

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Samsung’s “World’s First” Optical Joystick: really NEC’s 3.9-year-old Neuropointer renamed and remarketed

Here’s a really Samsung thing to do, they tend to “borrow” ideas and remarket them. Just when we thought that we should give a “new company” another chance, they ripped off LG- their domestic enemy- with the Chololate-wannabee E900. Now it’s a different level, because they are ripping off other people’s technology instead, it’s the “world’s first Optical Joystick” on ...

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Samsung T9 Bluetooth 8GB mobile, a movie collection in your pocket

Samsung wants you to have your movie collection wherever you go, and they’re not afraid to say it. The T9 model is a living, breathing, monster of movie storage madness. With a 8GB memory, the T9 can hold up to 16 movies at 500MB each or 2,000 mp3’s. Enough to make those long lonely nights a little less harsh on ...

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