In the market for an extra-large phone? And have the extra-large budget to match? Well, you’re in luck, because this year has produced some sizable options.
This week in Light Start - no more loot boxes for Activision, Windows 7 will run out of time, Samsung losing its grip on China, and the ultimae hacker.
While many people love colorful photos of landscapes, flowers or rainbows, some biomedical researchers treasure vivid images on a much smaller scale – as tiny as one-thousandth the width of a human hair. To study the micro world and help advance medical knowledge and treatments, these scientists use fluorescent nano-sized particles. Quantum dots are one type of nanoparticle, more commonly known fo...[Read More]
Samsung's Justin Hume joins Toby Shapshak to discuss the Samsung Galaxy Note 10's features in even more detail.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus combines the company's own Exynos 9825 processor with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. That's before you augment internal space with a microSD, but you're probably not going to do that.
This week in Light Start, Facebook plans to hide likes, SpaceX has a new spacecraft, the Galaxy Fold still has problems and WhatsApp will stop working on these devices.
Research and development and, crucially, rumours about R&D don't take breaks. That's why we're talking about Samsung's Galaxy S11 already. This is a phone we're only likely to see in 2020, at (or just before) Mobile World Congress 2020.
We're expecting Samsung's Galaxy Fold smartphone/tablet to land any day now, and Samsung obviously feels the same way. It isn't releasing videos on how to look after your brand-new piece of folding tech for the fun of it, after all.
This week in light start: September is gearing up to be an absolute monstrous month for phone releases. This month we'll see new iPhones, Huaweis, Folds and OSes.
Stuff‘s editor-in-chief Toby Shapshak sits down with Samsung South Africa’s Justin Hume to discuss the plethora of new features on the company’s latest flagship, the Galaxy Note 10. They look into the use of the reengineered Note-companion, the S-Pen and how it can be used as more than just a stylus. This time around, the Note range has also expanded into two variations: The Gala...[Read More]
Samsung's got something that will make you lament the fact that there's no real 8K content anywhere yet -- its shiny new 98in Q900RB television, launched this evening in Johannesburg.