Tired of looking at apps you never wanted or use? Here's how you can rid yourself of pre-installed apps on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
See how the newly unveiled Apple iPad Air 2 compares to its Android tablet competitors: the Google Nexus 9 and the Samsung Galaxy Tab S.
The battle of the phablet phones begins with a test of their built-in cameras that come equipped with optical image stabilization. Which phone takes the best shot?
Oh, so your front-facing smartphone camera has a wide-angle lens? That's nice. The Galaxy Note 4 can take your self-portrait will all the megapixels of its rear-facing shooter.
Samsung's ultra HD powerhouse takes on the iPhone 6 Plus and LG G3 with some of industry's most competitive specs, and a certain little tool you can't find anywhere else.
The 5.7-inch, metal-rimmed Android powerhouse is still the only large-screen phone that also comes with its own stylus.
Is it still a "selfie" if you use the phone's 16-megapixel rear camera? Of course! Samsung's new feature makes the most of your self-portraits.
Constantly switching from one app to another is for amateurs. The Note 4 gives you the ultimate built-in productivity tool.
Helpful improvements to the Note 4's S-Pen stylus make it an even more powerful tool than before.
Samsung releases two new ads that present a rather fact-based, use-based picture of why its Note 4 phone should be the customer's choice.
More leaks for Google's next tablet and smartphone; Google X wants to make a seamless video wall; and Samsung introduces the Note 4 to the Human Weight Test. It includes a booty.
The South Korean company warned that its third-quarter operating profit would tumble 60 percent but said it would introduce new smartphones to attract customers in new segments. Will it be enough?
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