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5:15 PM on 07.09.2014

Here's Samsung's bid at entering the VR market

A new leaked image of Samsung's entry into the VR headset arena is making its rounds on the internet today. Known as Gear VR, it's poised to implement software co-developed by Rift creator Oculus, with screens and additional ...

Brittany Vincent


5:00 PM on 05.23.2014

Looks like Samsung wants to get into the VR headset space

Engadget is reporting that Samsung is getting into the virtual reality headset business. The VR headset is being developed by Samsung's mobile division, and it's set to be announced sometime this year. Apparently there's some...

Hamza CTZ Aziz

5:15 PM on 02.24.2014

Samsung announces Galaxy 5 in ridiculously-named colors

Can I be on the committee that names the colors for cars and tech? Samsung's new Galaxy comes in "shimmery white, electric blue, and copper gold." It also has other features.  Copper gold? C'mon. Get creative. What's nex...

Steven Hansen



Contest: Win a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 from Dtoid and Kabam! photo
Contest: Win a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 from Dtoid and Kabam!
by Mr Andy Dixon

[Update: Contest over! Grand prize winner is The Deeg (thanks for being HUGE!), and runners-up are hlarge4 and ASaiyan!]

Our friends at Kabam are celebrating the launch of the newest dragon in Dragons of Atlantis: Heirs of the Dragon, and to mark the occasion they've given us a brand new Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 to hand out to the Destructoid community!

First, a bit about the newest dragon:

From the earliest times, Water Dragons have been seen in the world's great oceans and deepest lakes. The Water Dragon is a rare breed, a majestic aquatic creature, a behemoth that reigns the deepest seas of Atlantis. The Ancients befriended the Water Dragons centuries ago, and with the Water Dragons' help, the Ancients learned to master the element of water. Building a Water Dragon Keep (Water Island) will allow you to construct additional buildings in your City, including Pearl Farms which are required to train the deadly Fangtooth aquatic warriors.

Nice! To enter, just leave a comment in this thread with the name you would give your pet Water Dragon if you had one. (I'd name mine Delores.) Limit one entry per person, and you have until this Sunday, September 29 at 11:59pm Pacific to enter. Contest is open to anyone with a U.S. mailing address.

Two runners-up will win dragon plush toys and some branded M&Ms. Yum! Good luck!

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2:30 PM on 04.29.2013

Samsung Galaxy S4 gets 13 optimized games from Gameloft

Me? I'm an Apple kid, but that new Samsung Galaxy S4 looks to be a pretty hot phone. If you're looking to get one and are hoping to get your game on, Gameloft has got your back with 13 optimized titles for the device. Geared ...

Dale North

12:00 PM on 03.15.2013

Samsung unveils Galaxy S4 Bluetooth controller

Samsung yesterday showed off its new Galaxy Bluetooth controller at the Galaxy S4 Unpacked event in New York City, where the company unveiled its new flagship phone. The controller, referred to as the "Game Arcade," will see ...

Keith Swiader

9:00 AM on 08.29.2012

Apple lists 8 Samsung mobile devices to be banned

After last week's smackdown, where the court ordered Samsung to pay Apple over $1 billion in damages, U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh asked Apple for the list of devices they would like to see banned. Apple handed over the ...

Dale North



Apple awarded $1.05 billion in Samsung infringement case photo
Apple awarded $1.05 billion in Samsung infringement case
by Dale North

DAMN.

After a short three days of deliberation, a California court has found that Samsung infringed on six of the seven Apple patents originally brought to the case. The result? Apple was awarded over $1 billion in damages. In most of the cases the jury found that the infringement was willful. Just about every Samsung device out there was found to infringe on Apple patents in some way.

On the flip side, the jury found that Apple did not infringe on any Samsung patents with the iPhone or iPad. 

Talk about a win. As you can imagine, Apple shares are up. 

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6:30 PM on 07.20.2012

Samsung Smart TVs getting gesture-controlled Angry Birds

In Rovio's quest to get Angry Birds on every single platform currently active in the market, the bird launching simulator will be headed to the twenty people out there who were able to afford a Samsung Smart TV (Samsung 2012 ...

Brett Zeidler

10:15 AM on 07.19.2012

Judge orders Apple to say Samsung didn't copy the iPad

For those not up on their corporate legal dickery, Apple has been trying to stop Samsung from selling its Galaxy tablet, claiming that the device is a direct rip-off of the iPad. In a rather amusing backfire, a UK judge has o...

Jim Sterling

11:00 AM on 01.13.2012

CES: Samsung comes out strong with first gaming laptop

Samsung is getting into the gaming laptop ring with their newly revealed Gamer Notebook Series 7 and Ihad a chance to get my hands on them at CES 2012 this week. Judging from what I saw it seems like Samsung has done their ho...

Dale North





3:30 PM on 10.26.2011

Get a free copy of Arkham City with Samsung's new SSD

If you're thinking about upgrading to a solid-state drive for your PC, this would be a good time to do it. Not only is Samsung offering them as cheaply as $230 for 128GB, they are tossing in a copy of Batman: Arkham City as w...

Joshua Derocher

12:35 AM on 10.06.2011

Unboxing porn: Samsung Galaxy S II, AT&T edition

Since the iPhone's debut every mobile phone company has had to rethink their device strategy, and countless clones later we're finally starting to see some worthy Android-powered contenders. One of the latest players, the Sam...

Niero Gonzalez