After rumors that Samsung might be switching its in-house browser app’s default search engine from Google to Bing – perhaps in time for the Galaxy S24 – a new report suggests that the change is no longer happening, which is no doubt a relief to Google.This comes from the Wall Street Journal (via The Verge), and like the original rumor, there’s not a whole lot to go off. The WSJ says that an internal review into whether Samsung should jump from Google to Bing has now been suspended, with Samsung apparently worried about disruption for users and souring its relationship with …
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Samsung’s Galaxy Ultra phones have kept with roughly the same design for the last two years, and it looks like they will do for at least one more year too, going by some leaked images […]
These Black Friday SIM-only deals could save you hundreds on your phone bill – get them while you still can!
Looking for the best Black Friday phone deal? It might come in a different form than you think. Black Friday SIM-only deals have arrived courtesy of some of the UK’s biggest phone networks and we’re […]