The Samsung Galaxy S10+ is one of the smoothest smartphones I’ve ever used. The phone is fast, responsive–and dare I say, confidant–in a way that few other device manage today.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e is, without question, the best Android tablet out there today, and it’s one of the best entertainment-focused tablets available today too, with numerous features that…
Galaxy users are going to love Samsung’s Galaxy Buds. The wireless earbuds were made to pair with your Note, Galaxy phone, or the new Galaxy Tab S5e tablet, and they’re packed with features that work best with your Samsung device.
Two hours with the new Samsung Galaxy S10+ is just about enough time to get a sense of the new smartphone, and then wish I had even more time to really test it out. First impression: it’s very impressive and opens up a lot of new options.
Samsung’s Galaxy S10 phones arrive in stores this Friday, March 8 in three flavours, and they’re packed with impressive features, including an Ultra-Wide camera, Super Steady video recording, HDR10+ capabilities, and an Ultrasonic Fingerprint Sensor.
Time for a little celebration dance, because 2018 was an incredible year for The GATE. And, yes, this may be a little late, but since I’m proud of all the highlights from last year, it’s taken me a while to write it all up.
Samsung really wowed me at CES this year. Their gigantic booth, which they dubbed Samsung City, looked like a city square between modern urban towers, and it was packed with drool worthy technology and a number of surprises.
Electronics! Gadgets! CES just got started in Las Vegas, and it’s going to be another gigantic year with press conferences, meetings, and events over the next few days.
This year I’ve put together a list of my top 9 tech gifts, including a few of my favorite gadgets from the last few months. Here are a few of my top suggestions for gift giving gear this holiday season.
This month Samsung gave me a demo of some of their new SmartThings products, and how they’re being used at the Alexa Smart Home Pop-Up in Toronto. It was a great demonstration of just how much control there is now, and with a simple voice command, or push of a button, what you can do.