It has been two days since Samsung announced a new set of APIs within its stock web browser that would allow for content and ad blocking. The first app to get attention from that announcement was Adblock Fast, the official launch partner of the new feature in Samsung’s stock app.
Is it just me or is 2016 already flying by? February is already upon us and the rumor mill is continuing to churn even faster as we grow nearer to the launch dates of this year’s Android flagships. According to the poll that we ran on Twitter, the most anticipated flagship looks to be Samsung’s ... Read More »
Samsung’s Project Beyond 360-degree camera made its first appearance in November of 2014 at the company’s developer conference. This was following the announcement of Gear VR, but still a month prior to the release of the original “Innovator Edition.” The camera was designed stream or record 360-degree 3D footage that could then be viewed by someone with ... Read More »
Right at the end of January, we got to see what the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge from Samsung look like from the front, not really surprising anyone in the design choices that the manufacturer went with for their upcoming flagships. And now, in another leaked image, we get to see the other ... Read More »
Back in 2015 (like it was a long time ago), blocking ads were a hot topic of discussion around the social networks, as companies like Apple built ad blocking support into their platforms. Now Samsung is jumping into the mix, too.
The company is officially adding ad blocking support into its Android web browser. The update will ... Read More »
It’s been a couple of days since the first official-looking images of the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge were leaked online, and now Samsung has come forward to officially announce an announcement date for the next flagships.
Samsung has put together a quick video — coming in at just under 15 seconds — to ... Read More »
At this point, based on all the rumors and reports, it was expected that Samsung’s Galaxy S7 and S7 edge would look like the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, respectively, but it’s still good to see the devices ahead of their official announcement.
That’s what we’ve got here, with Evan Blass (@evleaks) coming forward with ... Read More »