Apple’s iPhone 7 is exploding now, too!


Samsung’s been in the news quite a bit for its exploding Galaxy Note 7. Countless reports of the phone going up in flames have been coming in all over the world. One thing’s for certain: it’s giving the Galaxy Note 7 quite a bit of publicity, publicity that Apple seems to be a little jealous of.

So, why not introduce your own exploding phone? Well, that’s just what the iPhone 7 seems to be in these new photos. Join us after the break for the fiery details.

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WhatsApp will continue to share user data to Facebook despite Delhi High Court order


The list of users, organizations and government agencies unhappy with the recent changes to WhatsApp’s privacy policies keeps growing as the¬†Delhi High Court in India recently¬†ordered the Facebook-owned messaging company to delete data from user’s who opted out. However, it looks like WhatsApp will continue on with their new plan despite this.

Join us after the break for the details.

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New patent suggests better zoom and dual-cameras for the Galaxy S8


A recently filed patent for Samsung in South Korea hints at improved zoom controls in their camera software for smartphones, which on its own is a pretty boring patent and seems pointless considering how terrible digital zoom is on smartphones. However, if Samsung is investing into a smartphone camera zoom patent, that might mean their next phone will have better zoom, which will probably be accomplished with… a dual-camera setup. Raise your hand if that came as a surprise. No one? Okay, didn’t think so. Read more

Spotify’s mobile lyrics feature debuts in Japan, worldwide launch later


Spotify has finally made its way to Japan, the company announced in a press release this morning. While Japan is a big market for music, music streaming hasn’t exactly taken off. Despite this, Spotify will be competing with giants already established in the country, such as Apple Music and Google’s own Play Music as well as some local offerings.

But, Spotify’s Japanese launch isn’t the only exciting thing. Worldwide mobile lyric support seems to be on its way, with its first debut happening alongside this launch in Japan.

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