Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Review: The Best at Being Big

While Apple has only just released its first huge phone, Samsung's gargantuan Note is already on its fourth iteration. In a lot of ways, it's the big phone that started this runaway screen-size race. But even though it's facing an ever-growing army of up-sized competitors, the Note 4 is the only giant phone that gets… » 10/15/14 9:00am 10/15/14 9:00am

Galaxy Note 4 Rumor Roundup: Everything We Think We Know

The Galaxy Note 3 is a monster, both in size and importance. It was the best-selling device in Samsung's Galaxy lineup last year, and more importantly made phablets something you'd actually want to use. But with Apple potentially about to enter the biggie-sized smartphone space, the upcoming Note 4 has a whole lot… » 8/07/14 8:45am 8/07/14 8:45am

iCracked Mobile Screen Repair Will Now Fix Your Shattered Samsung

iCracked is a mobile service that fixes your shattered, waterlogged, or otherwise busted up smartphone wherever you are. Back when they were iPhone exclusive, we tested them and loved their work. Now they're working on Samsung phones. Smashing your screen still isn't a good idea, but now Sammy users have a backup. » 7/09/14 4:00pm 7/09/14 4:00pm

Amateur astronomers and NASA capture galaxy eating another galaxy

NASA has published this image showing the M51 spiral galaxy—located 30 million light years away from Earth—eating a tiny galaxy like a hamster would it a tiny burrito, which you can see on its upper left.* It was obtained using data from the Chandra X-Ray space observatory and optical data from amateur telescopes on… » 4/30/14 7:54pm 4/30/14 7:54pm

This Was the First Plane To Cost $1 Billion More Than We Expected

Delivering America's military might to foreign shores is no small feat, especially when that might is the size of an M-1 Abrams tank. For more than half a century, we've relied on one of the largest military aircraft in existence to do so—a plane that ended up costing just a little more to build than we expected. » 12/19/13 11:40am 12/19/13 11:40am

Pouring creamer into coffee in slow motion looks intergalactic

The beautiful Milky Way is above us and around us but is also actually in our coffee cups too. What? Just watch Modernist Cuisine pour creamer into coffee in super slow motion, it's like watching another galaxy form or something. Life should have a slow motion mode so we can appreciate the little things. » 12/04/13 8:25pm 12/04/13 8:25pm