Latest Galaxy S8 leak reveals the handset could default to Full HD resolution

The dawn of a new day naturally means that it’s time for a new round of Galaxy S8 leaks, am I right? Yesterday brought us leaked high-resolution renders of the Galaxy S8, and Samsung itself got into the act by airing a brief teaser for its new flagship on Korean TV. Today it seems that the leaks are beginning to delve into the nitty-gritty of the Galaxy S8, with details emerging of its display resolution settings. 

Homeland Security bans laptops and tablets on direct flights to the U.S. from eight Middle East countries

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has issued new guidelines for travelers carrying electronic devices when flying to the US directly from eight Middle East countries. According to the new rules, if you are carrying any electronic device bigger than a smartphone, you will be required to stow it away with your check-in luggage. Join us after the break for more details.

Samsung airs a brief teaser for the Galaxy S8 on Korean TV

In recent days we’ve seen leaked high-res renders, details on the Bixby AI assistant as well as European pricing for the Galaxy S8 leak via the usual sources. With its March 29th launch just a few days away, Samsung’s huge marketing department is getting in on the act of keeping the tech world’s attention focused firmly on the Galaxy S8. Join us after the break to watch Samsung’s 15-second teaser that aired on Korean television earlier.

Check out the Galaxy S8 in these leaked high-resolution renders

If you woke up this morning worried that the steady stream of leaks for Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus had dried up, fret not because there are still a ton of leaks turning up. The color options and European pricing of the Galaxy S8 leaked yesterday, and today we have some high-resolution renders of the handset to gawk at after the break.

Samsung announces the Galaxy S8’s Bixby AI assistant and its ambitions for the platform

Thanks to the absolute deluge of leaks for the Galaxy S8, we’ve known for a while that Samsung intended to launch its own AI assistant with its latest flagship smartphone on March 29th. We’ve even ‘known‘ that Samsung had named its assistant ‘Bixby‘. Today, the Korean handset maker has made it official; and while Bixby will indeed launch with the Galaxy S8, the company has huge plans for the assistant that will, it hopes, eventually encompass most or all the devices it manufactures. Join us after the break for more details on Bixby.