Tag Archives: Samsung

Samsung Omnia Pro B7330 gets hands-on preview: promising

Samsung may have only announced their new Windows Mobile 6.5 QWERTY candybar, the Omnia Pro B7330, yesterday, but already the hands-on reports are coming out of the woodwork.  phoneArena have been playing with a prototype and come away full of hope for the production model; they reckon the B7330 mixes decent style, build quality and…

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HP crams Samsung SSDs into ProLiant servers

The SSD certainly offers better performance than the average HDD in computer systems of all types today. The big problem for consumers is that the SSD still commands a significant premium over normal HDDs while offering significantly less storage space. This is the main reason that the SSD is more common in enterprise computing than…

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HP crams Samsung SSDs into ProLiant servers

The SSD certainly offers better performance than the average HDD in computer systems of all types today. The big problem for consumers is that the SSD still commands a significant premium over normal HDDs while offering significantly less storage space. This is the main reason that the SSD is more common in enterprise computing than…

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Samsung Omnia Pro B7330 launches; Windows Mobile 6.5 upgrade for existing Omnias

Samsung have announced a new Windows Mobile smartphone and promised a lease of new life for several other existing models, each of which will get an upgrade to Windows Mobile 6.5.  The new Samsung Omnia Pro B7330 is a straightforward QWERTY-toting candybar running Windows Mobile 6.5 Standard, and pretty much takes the core of the…

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Samsung announces Omnia Pro B7330, spills WinMo 6.5 plans for entire Omnia range

If you knew nothing of Samsung’s lineup you might think that they’d just announced five Windows Mobile smartphones, but the reality is much, much less interesting: they’ve basically announced one (which was already widely known) and whipped up a rebranding and relaunch campaign for the other four. To the Omnia range, Sammy has now officially…

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Samsung’s Furot II robovac wants a piece of your Roomba

Roomba not sucking the way it used to? Samsung sure hopes not, as it has just recently pushed out a robotic vacuum cleaner of its very own. Quietly showcased during IFA earlier this month, the Furot II packs an oh-so-familiar design and sports an integrated camera and mapping system that enables it to find its…

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Samsung’s Application Store scrambles to life for some Omnia i900 owners

If you have an Omnia i900 and you live in the UK, Italy, or France then listen up, Samsung’s Application Store just went live. A quick .CAB file download installs the new Application Store client onto your WinMo handset. From there you have access to about 300 paid (payable by credit card, phone billing “coming…

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SlashGear Week in Review – Week 37 2009

Well they say time files when you are having fun, but they never mention how fast time flies when you are typing your fingers to bleeding nubs to bring your wonderful readers all the gadget news fit to print and then some. Here we are again with another week in review for your reading pleasure.…

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