Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 replacements are overheating


Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 troubles is a nightmare that won’t ever end. Already costing the company upwards of $1 billion, that number might just grow, as replacement devices are seemingly having some major issues. Consumes in South Korea are complaining that their Galaxy Note 7 replacement is not only overheating, but are quickly losing battery power even while being charged, according to The Wall Street Journal.

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[TA Deals] Get setup and working in Angular 2 with this bundle


Angular has been a popular JavaScript framework for sometime now. Maintained by Google and a community of developers, Angular is supposed to solve many of the frustrations and pitfalls of developing single page applications. And thanks to its wide popularity, there’s a successor: Angular 2. The successor to Angular isn’t that popular yet, as the original framework is still heavily supported and used regularly. However, Angular 2 is the future of the Angular framework.

If you want to prepare yourself for that future and stay relevant, it’s totally worth picking up this immersive Angular 2 bundle from our online store. You’ll learn everything you need to know about Angular 2 and even grab hands-on experience by building 10 applications with the framework. Hit the break for details.

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[Video] Google Allo vs. Google Hangouts


Google has launched a variety of messaging services, with Hangouts being its best attempt. The recently launched smart messaging service Allo was another recent attempt, but has so far, has fallen short of what many of us want out of a messaging application, such as basic things like actual SMS support and the ability to use it to replace our default text messaging.

With that in mind, we’ve decided to pit Hangouts and Google Allo against each other. Is one better than the other? Find out in this epic face off after the break.

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Allo will get proper SMS support in a future version


Allo launched Tuesday night to much hype and excitement. Unfortunately, much of that excitement turned to disappointment as users figured out that Allo wouldn’t be able to replace their default text messaging app, largely because of the lack of any sort of text messaging support.

It’s not all bad news, though. It’s likely that Allo will get full SMS support in a future version, according to a hint from Allo’s co-lead Justin Uberti.

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[TA Deals] This massive bundle has all you need to know about Database Administration


Building and analyzing databases is a big part of software development, whether that be in local system applications or web-based applications. With that in mind, it’s important to understand how they work and how you can build one yourself, especially if you’re looking for a profession within the technology realm. Getting this type of knowledge can be expensive, unfortunately. But thankfully, we’ve got a Database Administration Super Bundle over on Talk Android Deals that’ll teach you all about things like MongoDB, MySQL and so much more.

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Here’s what everyone is saying about Allo


Google launched its highly anticipated smart messaging service Allo last night, and it’s pretty much turned out to be a disaster from the start. The premise behind Allo is that Google Assistant will add seamless contextual information to conversations, but with Assistant only being a “Preview Edition” it certainly doesn’t work as intended. And since Assistant doesn’t work that well at all, all we really have is another glorified messaging app–it’s just like WhatsApp, Telegram, Facebook Messenger, and the list could go on forever.

Hit the break to find out what everyone is saying about Allo.

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