How to use Samsung’s Live Broadcast


At the company’s event on August 13, Samsung announced the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+. Along with those two phones came Live Broadcast, a feature that would also be brought to the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. As time progressed, people forgot about the feature because it’s not very common to stumble upon. The feature allows users to stream live video from their device to YouTube. This means you’ll have to have a YouTube account (through Google) set up and ready to go. The feature seeks to fight off rival apps such as Periscope, Meerkat, and a number of others.

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Samsung UK says the Galaxy TabPRO 8.4 won’t be updated to Lollipop

Samsung_Galaxy_TabPRO_8.4_Main_TADo you remember the Galaxy TabPRO series of tablets that Samsung launched last year with high-end specifications, a premium price and a short shelf life? If you do, you may have a better memory than Samsung because according to Samsung UK’s Twitter team, the TabPRO 8.4 model won’t be updated to Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. Which means you can probably forget about getting a Marshmallow update as well.  Read more

Will the microSD card slot return for Samsung’s Galaxy S7?


In 2015, Samsung’s flagship experienced a lot changes. The company ditched plastic, faux leather, and other funky materials for premium metal and glass. The design of the Galaxy S6 is unlike anything Samsung has ever released, especially considering it lacks a microSD card slot. Samsung instead told consumers that they’d have to either play within the limits of their device’s internal storage or look to the cloud for help. Even the most loyal consumers were disheartened by Samsung’s decision and forced themselves to either keep their current device or search for an alternative. To those people, there is now good news.

Samsung is reportedly considering bringing back the microSD card slot for the Galaxy S7.

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Verizon offering up to $500 on select Black Friday deals


Verizon has largely resisted a lot of the changes going on in the wireless carrier industry, but resistance is futile when it comes to Black Friday. If you are interested in switching to the carrier and are willing to get a phone from a small selection of options, this Friday could be the day to do it. Verizon will be offering deals totaling up to $500 in credits and gift cards. Read more