Latest Galaxy S8 rumor: all screen, no more home button

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Samsung’s iconic home button on their devices has been a point of contention for years. Some customers love it and won’t use anything else, while other Android purists hate the idea of physical buttons instead of Google’s vision of on-screen keys. 2017 might be the year that Samsung puts the physical home button on the chopping block, if the latest batch of rumors ends up being true. Read more

Conversational Actions for Google Assistant are now live for third-party services

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It doesn’t matter what kind of platform you’re talking about, pretty much any developer ecosystem is DOA without third-party support. Android needs developers on the Play Store to thrive, just as much as Microsoft needs developers making games for the Xbox brand to survive. The next platform for Android is in the form of Google Assistant, and just like all its competitors, Assistant will only succeed if other developers board the ship. Read more

Samsung debuts the 128GB Black Pearl Galaxy S7 Edge

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After the Note 7 made an explosive exit from the market, Samsung has been bolstering its Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge phones with more marketing and more color variants. We’ve seen both devices get post-launch support with a pink gold version¬†and a slick Coral Blue that was originally exclusive to the Note 7, and now Samsung is dropping a glossy Black Pearl variant of the S7 Edge right before the holidays. Read more

[TA Deals] Use True Key to store and protect all of your passwords

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Stop putting your passwords in an risky place online or leaving them written on a piece of paper in a desk drawer. You’re just asking for someone to steal them. So let’s get your passwords stored and protected in a single place recommended by security professionals.

On Talk Android Deals, Intel Security’s True Key is being featured as the deal of the day.

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