Samsung Gear 360 (2017) lands in the US tomorrow, yours for $229

Samsung’s latest Gear 360 camera launched in the UK already, and now it’s finally on its way to the US. It will land across the pond sooner than you might expect, in fact. The Gear 360 (2017) that Samsung announced in March will be out in the US tomorrow. You’ll be able to purchase one from Best Buy, Amazon, every one of the major carriers, as well as many other retailers. It will cost $ 229, which means it’s going to be significantly cheaper than its predecessor from last year. It’s also getting much better distribution, so clearly Samsung thinks more highly of this iteration than…

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Gartner: Samsung and Apple still top 2 in Q1, but Huawei closes the gap

Global smartphone sales jumped to 380 million devices in Q1 2017. The number marks a 9% rise from the same period in 2016, according to analyst company Gartner. Samsung and Apple keep their top positions, but Chinese companies Huawei, Oppo, and vivo are accountable for almost a quarter of all global sales. Samsung still leads comfortably, but experienced a decline in amount of devices shipped due to the discontinued Galaxy Note7. Apple is the second, but its sales remained flat, which meant it lost ground in the growing market. The following three companies all grew handsomely with…

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 currently going for $543 in US

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 was launched in the US back in March this year. It carried a launch price tag of $ 599.99. However, if you are currently planning to purchase the device, you can have it for under $ 545. Amazon has the Silver variant listed for $ 543.48, so you get to save over $ 56. The black variant has also received a price cut, but the discount in that case is just around $ 10. No information on when the deal ends. For more details, head to the Source link below. Source | Via

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Starz app streams ‘American Gods’ to your Samsung Smart TV

If you've wanted to watch the likes of American Gods or Outlander with little more than an internet connection and your TV, you no longer need one of Sony's sets to make it happen. Starz has launched its streaming app on Samsung Smart TVs, bringing…
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