For every smartphone market watcher out there, it's clear as day that Samsung is doing a rather awesome job with its Android smartphones.

Samsung Mobile continues to drive the smartphone market by setting a new standard for large-screen devices. The Galaxy Note7 strikes a balance between work and play, enabling people to achieve more than what they thought possible on a smartphone.

In celebration of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., Worldwide Olympic Partner in the Wireless Communications Equipment category, today unveiled the Galaxy S7 edge Olympic Games Limited Edition in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Samsung also announced the Rio 2016 app and on-the ground activations throughout Brazil to mark the official launch of Samsung’s global Rio 2016 Olympic Games campaign.

Acer Aspire S 13

Ask for one of the thinnest 13” laptops around and a whopping 13-hour battery life.

A strain of ransomware which encrypts your systems from the ground up and renders operating systems useless has been discovered in the wild.

Windows 10 ATP

Windows Defender has offered a baseline level of PC security for years, but that's not really going to cut it in an era when data breaches and other large-scale cyberattacks are virtually commonplace.

Learn how to get started with your Raspberry Pi3 model. The New Raspberry Pi comes with a Broadcom BCM2387 chipset and has a 64Bit, 1.2GHz Quad-Core ARM Cortex-A53 802.11 b/g/n Wireless LAN and Bluetooth 4.1 (Bluetooth Classic and BLE).

Mobile World Congress 2015 was an especially remarkable one for Samsung. They came out swinging in a big way by introducing not one, but two brand new smartphones with radical designs.

Samsung Galaxy S7 hands-on

The second most popular high-end smartphone in the world has just gotten seriously upgraded. Samsung has introduced the Galaxy S7.

Not long ago, smartphones were universally expensive and not at all suitable for the developing world. What a difference a few years can make.

Windows 10: Sending SMS from the desktop with Cortana.

LG Teases New G4 Display

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