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    Facebook app updated with all the features of Snapchat

    Copying Snapchat is nothing new. The app brought us short 24 hour photos and videos as well as a private messaging system that allows one view before the content disappears, and everyone now aspires to be Snapchat.

    Instagram and Facebook Messenger both got “stories” in pretty much the ... Read More »

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    Samsung won’t sell refurbished Galaxy Note 7 units in the U.S.

    There has been a lot of back-and-forth going on when it comes to refurbished Galaxy Note 7 units, but it turns out Samsung does indeed have a plan.

    According to Reuters, Samsung does not plan to sell or rent any refurbished Galaxy Note 7 units in the United States. Samsung “will not ... Read More »

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    HTC U with touch-sensitive frame reportedly set for April debut

    Weeks after HTC shipped the U Ultra, details on another noteworthy handset from HTC have leaked.

    This HTC U is codenamed “Ocean,” according to a new report from VentureBeatand it will feature a 5.5-inch 2560×1440 display. Other key features will be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor ... Read More »

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    OnePlus 3T Midnight Black now available for $479

    OnePlus has been teasing the Midnight Black variant of its flagship OnePlus 3T for a little while now, and last week it made a limited amount of the handsets available to buy.If you missed out on your chance to buy the blacked-out handset then, you’ve got another chance now.

    OnePlus is ... Read More »

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    Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus appears in even more images

    There is no shortage of Samsung Galaxy S8 leaks lately. Every day we see new photos and get new info on the device and its bigger partner, the Galaxy S8 Plus.

    The latest is a bunch of photos showing off the larger devices front with its ... Read More »

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    Jam Voice Amazon Alexa Bluetooth speaker review

    Amazon has made its Alexa personal assistant open to the public. No longer is her presence limited to Amazon devices; third-parties are now integrating Alexa into their devices. The Jam Voice takes on the Amazon Tap as a portable, lightweight Bluetooth speaker that doubles as your digital assistant.

    Connectivity: Bluetooth, WiFi Battery life: 4 ... Read More »

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    Cortana can now be accessed on your lock screen

    Cortana is Microsoft’s personal assistant. When you have the option of using Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa on the Huawei Mate 9, and soon Samsung Bixby on the upcoming Galaxy S8, it’s hard to find room for yet another assistant. ... Read More »

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    Andy Rubin teases first smartphone from Essential Products

    Though most of us know Andy Rubin as the father of Android, Rubin has since moved from the Android team to create his own company, Essential Products. Essential has remained relatively quiet, showing off prototypes and experimenting with new technologies. Today, however, Andy Rubin teased the first glimpse of Essential’s upcoming flagship smartphone. ... Read More »

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    Samsung to sell refurbished Note 7s

    Samsung has announced that it will be recycling recalled Galaxy Note 7 devices, including selling or renting select refurbished models. The possibility of selling refurbished Note 7 devices has been bandied around, but the company has now confirmed it as part of a three-pronged plan to deal with the large amount of Note ... Read More »

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    Top 5 most popular Android apps from last week: Super Mario Run, Card Wars

    Every week we cover new Android apps with Fresh Meat on Wednesday, followed by Android Gaming on Thursday and Top 10 App Updates on Friday. When Monday rolls around, we look back to see which apps were the most appealing to our audience. Read on for the five most popular Android apps from last week. These apps are ... Read More »

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