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18 hours ago

Article inside Samsung scores Supreme Court victory in patent suit against Apple

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| By Tiko377 - 18 hours ago

A unanimous decision by the Supreme Court was announced on Tuesday in favor of Samsung in its long running patent battle with Apple. The Court ruled 8-0 to overturn an Appeals Court ruling that ordered Samsung to pay its rival $399 million. The case was remanded back to lower court. The key ruling made by the Court holds that a company does not have to turn over all of the profits it made selling a product with stolen designs, if the design patent covers just components and not the design of the whole product.

Back in August 2012, after Samsung and Apple faced each other in a highly publicized trial, the jury awarded Apple $930 million. A decision by The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in Washington, ruled that the looks of the iPhone could not be protected by a trademark. That took Samsung's obligation to Apple down to $548 million, which it paid to Apple last December. Samsung said that it should not have to pay $399 million of that amount, which covered the use of the iPhone's icon grid, rounded corners and bezels.

For its part, Apple said that the success of the iPhone was due to innovative designs that were copied by others. Samsung, says Apple, went out of its way to deliberately copy the style of the phone for its Galaxy series. Samsung's argument, which was accepted by the Supreme Court, was that it should not have to give up all of its profits for a device with thousands of patented parts and designs of which Apple's patents covered just a small amount.

The entire battle came down to the definition of the term "article of manufacture" in U.S. patent law. Apple, Samsung and the Court all concluded that it could mean a single component rather than a finished, completed product. How the term is read determines whether Samsung should return to Apple all of its profits for smartphones that copied Apple's design patents, or whether Samsung is liable for the use of designs that represent a small amount of the components used on such phones. Justice Sonia Sotomayor wrote for the unanimous Court that "article of manufacture is broad enough to encompass both a product sold to a consumer as well as a component of that product."

Now it is back to lower court where Samsung's lawyers, armed with this new definition, will attempt to whittle down the damages amount. Anything less than $548 million means that Samsung will be receiving a refund from Apple.

source: Reuters

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18 hours ago

Article inside Hands-on: HyperDrive Thunderbolt 3 USB-C Hub might be the ultimate MacBook Pro dongle

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| By misterethoughts - 18 hours ago

The HyperDrive is a compact USB-C hub that adds some much needed port-diversification to the 2016 MacBook Pro. While it may look similar to some already existing USB-C hubs out there, the HyperDrive is Thunderbolt 3-enabled, and supports the new MacBook Pro only, as it connects to two of the machineÂ’s USB-C ports simultaneously.

The hub adds all sorts of ports to the otherwise barren MacBook Pro. YouÂ’ll find two USB-A ports for USB 3.0 connectivity, an SD Card and microSD card reader, HDMI output, a Thunderbolt 3 port and a USB-C (gen 1) port.

Hyper just launched a Kickstarter campaign for the HyperDrive today, but IÂ’ve already been testing out a few almost-finished, fully-functioning prototypes, and it seems promising. Have a look at our video walkthrough for a brief hands-on look at the HyperDrive in action.

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18 hours ago

Article inside Soundblasters:Samsung Galaxy S8 & S8 edge rumored to boast Harman-branded stereo speakers

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| By Tiko377 - 18 hours ago

The air is rife with Galaxy S8 rumors given that the anticipated smartphone's announcement is due in just a bit over two months or so. We've heard lots of exciting stuff about Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S8 and S8 edge, which will have the daunting task of making it up for the Galaxy Note 7 disaster that took place earlier this year.

The latest rumor to hit us regards the audio capabilities of the upcoming devices and claims that the Galaxy S8 and most likely the S8 edge will have stereo speakers on board. These are pegged to have a Harman branding, which is possible thanks to Samsung's recent $8 billion acquisition of the audio-centric giant.


Remains to be seen how Samsung will implement these purported stereo speakers on its next flagship. It could either put two front-firing speakers Ă  la HTC One M9/Nexus 6P, or emulate iPhone 7's setup, which uses its earpiece as a loudspeaker in concert with the regular one positioned at the bottom of the device.

The inclusion of high-end Harman-powered speakers on Sammy's future top-shelf devices was hinted during a press conference two weeks ago, so the stars align perfectly for the rumored stereo speakers on the Galaxy S8 and S8 edge. After all, it wouldn't make sense not to capitalize on that pricey acquisition.

As far as the rumors for the Galaxy S8 and S8 edge go, we've compiled a lengthy article with all the saucy tidbits of hearsay we've heard. You can check it out by following the link right below.

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18 hours ago

Article inside AT&T begins 5G field trials in Austin

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| By Tiko377 - 18 hours ago

Verizon may have been first to start the 5G field trials, but AT&T isn't lagging far behind. The second largest U.S. carrier has also taken its 5G wireless tech from the lab and out into the field with Intel and Ericsson as partners in the effort.

On Monday, AT&T began the official trials of its next-gen wireless technology in one of Intel's offices in Austin, Texas. Although the finalization of 5G network protocols is still years away, this is yet another early step toward the eventual adoption of the standard.

“This trial is a significant step forward. We’re leaving the lab and heading into the field with a real-world business customer,” said Rick Hubbard, senior vice president – Networking Product Management, AT&T.

The carrier is using millimeter wave (mmWave) technology to power its 5G network in Austin. This technology relies on the 15 GHz and 28 GHz high frequency bands, which makes possible the transfer of large volumes of data very fast over short distances. However, due to the higher frequencies, current 5G equipment struggles when transmitting data through obstructions, such as walls, glass windows, and even trees, and is very limited in terms of range.

Although the technology still has ways to go, AT&T is particularly interested in its video streaming and VoIP capabilities, as these are the two major current devourers of mobile data, but will be conducting a variety of other tests as well.


“The future of video is mobile. And the future of mobile is video,” said Tom Keathley, senior vice president, wireless network architecture and design, AT&T. “Mobile video streaming continues to be a vital aspect of our 5G work, and this trial gives us an opportunity to test 4K HD video streaming across further physical distances between pieces of equipment. With our 5G and 4G LTE advancements, we expect speeds rivaling what we see from cable providers. Our path to 5G will help make this vision a reality faster.”
AT&T plans to expand its 5G trials by providing next-gen wireless network connectivity to a few more fixed locations in Austin before the end of the year.

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1 day ago

Article inside Verizon cancels Galaxy Beta Program for Galaxy S7 and S7 edge

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| By Tiko377 - 1 day ago

It is said that all things must come to an end. That is true, not only in life, but also in the latest beta program for Verizon Galaxy S7 and S7 edge customers. Samsung is making the following Nougat beta announcement in the Galaxy Beta app:


Dear Customers, Verizon will stay on the original software for the remainder of this trial. Beta trial users will be upgraded to the commercial N release when it is available early next year. Thanks, Galaxy Beta Program Team
What this means is that Verizon will no longer endorse the Galaxy Beta Program on the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, so customers who’ve been making the most of the program will either remain on their current beta version or exit the program completely and revert back to the current Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. Beta participants will get Nougat, but they’ll have to wait until “early next year” Samsung says. No, Android Nougat won’t arrive just in time for Christmas.

We donÂ’t know if this will be permanent for upcoming OS updates, but it certainly seems abrupt at this point and is discouraging to Samsung customers with Big Red and intrudes upon SamsungÂ’s own vision for its customer base.

Verizon has not only done this, but other past actions that make Big Red suspect when it comes to Samsung devices. In the Galaxy S5, Verizon customers were denied Download Booster until a later update added it back. On the Galaxy Note 5, Verizon customers were denied SamsungÂ’s Write On PDF feature until Verizon brought Marshmallow to the Note 5 back in March of this year (though Samsung did bring it to the Play Store even earlier). Even with the Galaxy Note 7, SamsungÂ’s 15GB Samsung Cloud storage was hidden from users who had to use an app shortcut to find it in their software.

Verizon Galaxy S7 and S7 edge customers, what do you think? Have you received the message yet? Planning to stay in the Galaxy Beta Program until Nougat lands, or revert back to Marshmallow?

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1 day ago

Samsung’s Galaxy S8 might not have a headphone jack

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| By st21 - 1 day ago


You were probably hoping the whole no headphone jack thing was just a 2016 fad, right? Sorry, but Sammobile thinks it’s here to stay, as Samsung is reportedly preparing to release its Galaxy S8 sans jack. The S8 is also expected to ship with a USB Type-C port for charging and listening to music. The Note 7 featured a USB-C port, too, but we all know where that phone ended up. (The trash.)

Sammobile notes a few other rumors, like that the phone might ship with stereo speakers as a result of no headphone jack, and that it won’t feature a home button. It might also have a fingerprint sensor embedded in its 2K Super AMOLED display. SamMobile says the new screen will have the same resolution, but will no longer have a PenTile layout, which should improve sharpness, especially in VR.

Samsung has a lot to prove with this device. Are these rumors building up to an exciting announcement? I’m not so sure, although I guess when the bar is set at “just don’t blow up,” maybe it’s better to stick with safe product decisions.

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2 days ago

Video inside Amazon just launched a cashier-free convenience store

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| By TheWatcher - 2 days ago


Amazon just launched a cashier-free convenience store

No lines, no registers, no self-checkout machines

Amazon just unveiled a grocery store without lines or checkout counters. Amazon Go, a 1800-square-foot retail space located in the companyÂ’s hometown of Seattle, lets shoppers just grab the items they want and leave; the order gets charged to their Amazon account afterwards.

Amazon Go works by using computer vision and sensors to detect what items youÂ’re taking out of the store. You start by scanning an app as you enter the Amazon Go shop. You do your normal shopping, and the sensors throughout the store identify the items in your cart and charge them to your account when you walk out the door. ItÂ’ll feel like shoplifting, except youÂ’re actually being watched by more cameras than you can imagine.

The shop will stock most items youÂ’d find in a local convenience store: snacks, drinks, premade food like salads and sandwiches, and grocery essentials like bread and milk. ItÂ’ll also sell Blue Apron-like meal kits that let you cook your own dinners for two.

On the consumer level, the benefits are obvious — no waiting in line or fussing around with self-checking machines. But for Amazon, the company could potentially track you and your phone as you browse the store to track items you buy. By looking at your movements in the store as you shop, Amazon could analyze items you may have noticed or were potentially interested in buying (i.e., picking something up off a shelf and putting it back down.) Combine this with your browsing activities and the company could gear up to serve even more recommended products wherever you’re online.

Though Amazon Go does do away with human cashiers, we havenÂ’t seen anything about robots physically stocking the store, so while it does eliminate some jobs, itÂ’s not a completely automated system... at least, not yet.

The store is currently open in beta to Amazon employees only. A public opening is scheduled for early 2017.
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3 days ago

Image inside Note 7 Recall Explained: Samsung Knew It Had A Dangerous Design And Took The Risk Anyway

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| By fat_boyy21 - 3 days ago

SUMMARY: It was a dangerous design flaw that Samsung knew about. The phones' housing was too small to allow for normal battery expansion leading to the explosions

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Well, according to a respected independent team of hardware engineers who cracked open a Note 7 for a test recently, they've concluded that the phone's tendency to combust is due to a "fundamental problem with the design of the phone," and that Samsung sort of knew the "super aggressive" design was risky, but went with it anyway because it was trying so hard to innovate and gain a competitive edge.

In short, the phone's internals were so crammed in, the battery was continually being compressed. The pressure makes the "separator" of the positive and negative electrodes easily damaged. As you've probably read dozens of times already during the peak of the Note 7 incidents, when a battery's positive and negative bits come into contact, it generates heat continually to cause a thermal runway (aka fires).

The U.S.'s CPSC (Consumer Product Safety Commission) actually came to the same conclusion a few months ago, when its spokesperson told Bloomberg that the Note 7's body was "too large for the compartment of the phone." The Wall Street Journal, citing sources inside the South Korean corporation, reported that Samsung, in an effort to beat the iPhone 7 to the market, rushed the production of the Note 7 and aggressively pushed for more of everything: power, features, innovation.

All of those reports surely fit into what Instrumental's team found with the Note 7. The researchers at Instrumental also believe Samsung engineers knew the battery would be a bit too tight and "took a deliberate step towards danger," hoping they can do enough to minimize the risk.

But even if the phones didn't catch fire all throughout September and October, the guys at Instrumental believe the flawed Note 7 design would have eventually led to massive swelling anyway.

Though I had more problems with the Note 7 than most reviewers and wrote several pieces calling it overrated, I was blown away by the fact Samsung managed to make a 5.7-inch device that was that small (to put things into perspective: Xiaomi's Mi Note 2 has almost virtually the exact design, down to the same screen sizes and curves, but it still comes out quite a bit wider and taller than the Note 7).

Now I know that design was a bit too good to be true. Samsung, in an effort to innovate, pushed too hard and built a phone that it knew could malfunction. To be honest, I ultimately respect the Samsung team for pushing the boundaries. They took a gamble, but it's cost them dearly: the company lost a reported 5.3 billion, and lost its spot as most profitable Android maker to Huawei this recent quarter.

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3 days ago

Blackberry Byke

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| By iDaPappy - 3 days ago

IT'S NO SECRET that BlackBerry has been planning a trio of Android-powered devices.

We've already had the BlackBerry DTEK50 and DTEK60, and next in line is reportedly the, er, BlackBerry DTEK70, codenamed 'Mercury'.

Now BlackBerry CEO John Chen has confirmed its presence in an interview with Bloomberg TV in Canada, telling news anchor Emily Chang: "We have one keyboard phone I promised people."

We've rounded up everything we know about the keyboard-toting smartphone so far, and will update this article when we hear more.

Release date

The last we heard, the BlackBerry DTEK70 will make its debut in Q1 2017, so expect a launch between January and March next year.


There's no word on prices just yet. However, the rumoured specifications suggest it'll be closer to the ÂŁ275 DTEK50 than the more expensive ÂŁ475 BlackBerry DTEK60.

Rumoured specs

If blurry images courtesy of BlackBerryCentral (below) are anything to go by, the BlackBerry DTEK60 will follow the BlackBerry Priv by incorporating the company's iconic Qwerty keyboard.

Beyond the physical keys, a recent sighting on Geekbench suggests that the forthcoming BlackBerry might shy away from the top-end specs seen in the DTEK60.

Instead of continuing the trail towards the upper Android echelons, the keyboard-toting handset could use a Snapdragon 625 processor (running at 2.02GHz).

Geekbench also revealed that the handset could come with 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a 4.5in HD display, an 18MP rear camera, an 8MP selfie cam and a 3,400mAh battery. If this is the case, the new phone will need to offer something more, and a keyboard would fit the bill very nicely indeed.

These specs also back up comments made by BlackBerry CEO John Chen when he bemoaned the Priv for being too expensive: "A lot of enterprise customers have said to us: 'I want to buy your phone but $700 is a little too steep for me. I'm more interested in a $400 device."

We bemoaned the DTEK60's tricky placement of the fingerprint sensor. If you can believe the flaky renders (above) the BlackBerry Mercury will integrate the fingerprint sensor into the keyboard's space bar, thus moving it from the chassis proper.

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3 days ago

Image inside This website shows how frighteningly quick the internet knows everything about you

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| By thetfd - 3 days ago

In one sense, your web browser is a docile software package you can manipulate at your own whims. But it can also monitor your activity and pinpoint everything youÂ’re doing -- like where your mouse is hovering, or how many times youÂ’ve clicked a certain link, or hit backspace -- with an alarming degree of accuracy.

One crazy way to illustrate this is visit this link ClickClickClick.Click, which reveals exactly what your browser is thinking while you navigate the web. Hover on the page for a minute, or toggle your mouse, and all of your actions are dictated back to you, written out on the screen like a magical word document.

The site even registers inactivity, notifying you that your mouse has hovered aimlessly, or that you’ve exited the page. It serves up a dose of snark, too, with a sardonic voice that chimes in periodically to mockingly refer to you as the “subject.” Surprisingly, the voice is even able to make an educated guess as to your gender based on your browsing history. The page even scores your browsing with arbitrary “achievements,” which makes the whole thing smack of a glorified computer game.

Click is the product of VPRO Medialab and Moniker, both of which maintain a shared interest “big data and online profiling,” according to the site’s description.

Although fun and kind of disconcerting, Click is pretty instructive. It illustrates just how much your browser can detect from the simple act of being online -- which is almost always hidden in plain sight.

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4 days ago

Galaxy Owners: Would You Cop A Galaxy S Or Note That Ran Tizen?

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| By Jago - 4 days ago

Samsung has been making moves major moves in the acquisitions department lately. Snatching the company that created Siri, buying an RCS company to help step their texting game up, partnering with Microsoft for a Visual Studio tool for Tizen and giving away $1 million a month to Tizen app developers.

This seems like a setup for Samsung to move away from Android and onto their own OS. The consensus on Tizen is that it is very smooth, has stellar battery life and can run Android apps natively. Another bonus of Samsung using Tizen would be timely updates, since they'd be in complete control of the ecosystem.

That being said, would you buy a Galaxy S or Note that had all the cutting edge features and hardware that Galaxies are known for but ran Tizen instead of Android?

Samsung's Recent Moves:

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4 days ago

Image inside Why does no one talk about the S7 Active?

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| By ClustyMolecules - 4 days ago

Was about to get another s7 edge (giving my wifes phone to my son and giving her my s7 edge), then came across the Active.

It has a larger 4000mah battery, basically a built on case, the screen is supposed to be 'shaterproof' which i highly doubt (however its stronger than the other s7's...i think it just has an extra layer of glass). As you can see in the first pic, it has a special 'Active' button that does what you program it to do. All the button have a more quality feel to them as well. Unless i missed something, ive never even seen anyone with one or a thread about them

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5 days ago

Article inside Battery Woes Just The Latest iPhone Hardware Problem, But Is There Real Trouble At Apple?

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| By misterethoughts - 5 days ago

In my "Apple is Doomed" post the other day, one of the many claims I noted that's been running around is: "Even Apple's hardware is terrible." And there have been high-profile hardware issues with both the iPhone 6 ("Bendgate" and "Touch Disease") as well as the 6s which suffered from battery issues. But while it should probably come as no surprise some of the hundreds of million of iPhones sold each year have hardware issues, the question is whether Apple's handling of this is evidence of some decline in quality -- however that might be measured.

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5 days ago

Article inside China Warns iPhones Have A Serious Problem

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| By misterethoughts - 5 days ago

Apple AAPL may be famed for its Reality Distortion Field but, as increasing numbers of iPhones fall victim to a serious battery problem I first reported last week, the Chinese government has dismissed Apple’s attempts to downplay the situation and attacked the company for failing to “meet basic consumer needs for normal wireless communication.”

In an official statement (via Quartz) the China Consumers Association, a government watchdog group, has issued Apple with a formal warning and demanded both action and an admission of wider culpability:

“After Apple published the ‘iPhone 6s Program for Unexpected Shutdown Issues’ many consumers continued to send replies to the China Consumers Association reporting their situation. After collecting these reports, we discovered the shutdown malfunction also exists in the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s Plus, in addition to iPhone 6s devices produced between September and October 2015. The aforementioned models were among the devices suspected of malfunction problems in the China Consumer Associations’ letter sent out on November 15. Meanwhile, consumers have opinions and suggestions about the execution of Apple’s “iPhone 6s Program for Unexpected Shutdown Issues.”

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6 days ago

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6 days ago

Article inside Nokia's phones return with Android in early 2017

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| By fat_boyy21 - 6 days ago

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The first Nokia-branded handsets running Android are due to arrive early next year. After announcing its plans to return to tablets and phones back in May, Nokia is providing more details today as it formalizes a licensing agreement with HMD Global (HMD). Also based in Finland, HMD global is the new home of Nokia phones under a brand licensing deal that will last for at least 10 years.

Nokia is launching a new phones section on its site today, marking the return of Nokia-branded smartphones and tablets after Microsoft acquired its phone business and killed off the Nokia brand in favor of Lumia for smartphones. The first Nokia-branded smartphones powered by Android will be available in the first half of 2017, alongside Nokia-branded feature phones.

Nokia already experimented with Android just ahead of Microsoft’s acquisition, and the company’s first device after that deal was an iPad mini clone running Android. A Nokia return to phones — even in brand, only — is an odd twist in the Nokia and Microsoft story of struggling to adapt to smartphones and Apple’s iPhone. We’ll be left waiting until early next year to see if the dream of an Android-powered Nokia phone is truly able to compete with Apple, Google, Samsung, and the many other Android phones on the market.

Update, 7:10AM ET: Article update to clarify Nokia's branding efforts with HMD Global.

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6 days ago

Article inside Google Is Rolling Out 'Ok Google' Hotword Support For Android Auto

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| By fat_boyy21 - 6 days ago

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Android Auto has existed for almost two years now, but it's improved only slightly in that time. One of the more vexing inadequacies in Android Auto thus far has been the lack of OK Google support. With the latest version, the hotword trigger is finally a thing.

Just like with your phone, Android Auto now supports saying OK Google to wake up the voice control interface. There's a toggle in the Google voice settings where you set how you want the hotword to work. Prior to this update, the "While driving" toggle only lists Google Maps. After the update, most people see both Google Maps and Android Auto listed. It's probably a combination of the new APK and an account-level switch.

You can grab the latest build of Android Auto from APK Mirror and give it a shot yourself. You will likely also need the latest Google app update, but check your device first. You might already have it. There are plenty of successes and a few failures in this Reddit thread (above image via /u/neo5468). Let us know how it goes.

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6 days ago

Image inside Swiftkey Makes All Themes Free on Android and iOS

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| By st21 - 6 days ago

they just added some hot new themes too.

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6 days ago

Article inside Microsoft brings Solitaire to iOS and Android

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| By fat_boyy21 - 6 days ago

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Microsoft is bringing its popular version of Solitaire to iOS and Android today. While the game as existed on Windows for more than 25 years, the modern Solitaire Collection will now be available outside of Windows for the first time. Microsoft is offering its Solitaire Collection on iOS and Android free of charge, as the company hopes to gain more players to add to the 119 million who have played the game on Windows 8 and Windows 10.

The Microsoft Solitaire Collection for iOS and Android includes Klondike, Spider, FreeCell, Pyramid,and Tripeaks game types, alongside daily challenges for players. Microsoft is integrating Xbox Live into the game so you can sign into Solitaire and play with friends or earn achievements. Microsoft is also offering a “Premium Edition” for $1.99 per month without ads, and which includes double coin rewards for daily challenges and game boosts.

While there are lots of Solitaire games already available on iOS and Android, Microsoft counts its version as the “world’s number 1 Solitaire game” thanks to its loyal following on Windows. You can download the iOS version from Apple’s App Store, or the Android equivalent over at Google’s Play Store.
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6 days ago

Article inside Samsung Prepared To Reveal Why Its Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Release Exploded

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| By fat_boyy21 - 6 days ago

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was reportedly a worldwide success when it launched a few months ago. The phone was able to move an estimated 4.3 million units worldwide. It seemed that Samsung had the winning formula with its Note series, but then reports started spreading about the Note 7 blowing up unexpectedly.

According to GSMArena, Samsung pointed fingers at a certain battery supplier as the culprit, which is surprisingly reported to be their own subsidiary. The first batches of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 units were then recalled by the company. Sales of the phone model were temporarily banned until replacement units were ready. Unfortunately, reports still spread that the Note 7's in circulation continued to randomly explode or catch fire. One notable report stated that a Southwest Airline flight was evacuated when a passenger's purported replacement Note 7 caught fire.

Roughly a month after its official launch and product recalls, Samsung officially announced that the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will be discontinued. After an estimated 35 cases were reported, some even included replacement units. The company decided to halt all sales of its flagship device. The timing of the incident also happened just as Apple was about to launch its iPhone 7 lineup.

The Korea Herald reports that Samsung launched an internal investigation on Nov. 11. They are reportedly working closely with product safety experts from Korea and the US. Apparently, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 fiasco has already affected their Galaxy brand. Samsung is expected to announce their flagship phone early next year.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 investigation is expected to yield results soon. Samsung claims to have the details of probe made public before the year ends.
Samsung officially launched the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in August. The phone sported a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED screen with Gorilla Glass 5 protection. The device flaunted an IP68-rated protection from moisture. It relied on an Octa-core Exynos 8890 CPU with a 4GB RAM. A 3500mAh battery supplied its power.

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