We’ve had no shortage of Galaxy S8 leaks this year, whether you’re interested in what the device looks like, what kind of hardware it will have, or even what accessories will launch with it. All the Samsung hype has pushed some other phones to the wayside, but that doesn’t mean we’re not still incredibly excited to see what LG has cooked up to compete with Samsung’s return to form after the explosive Galaxy Note 7 launch.
Plex has a pretty big announcement that will bring your media library into the world of connected gadgets; you’ll now be able to control your Plex setup with Alexa through any of Amazon’s compatible products. Considering how flexible and powerful Plex is, this is a game changer for home media enthusiasts.
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The resignation comes just one week after the controversial travel ban was put in place from an executive order signed by U.S. President Donald Trump.
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Many Samsung users in the United States, Korea, and 9 other countries will probably be familiar with its mobile payments service called Samsung Pay, but that has been the sole provision of a select few flagship Samsung handsets such as the Galaxy S6 and S7. Now it seems, the electronics manufacturer is set to launch Samsung Pay Mini in South Korea, a new pared-down service that will offer online payment services for Android phones, regardless of which brand it is.
Samsung has already released Android 7.0 Nougat for the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge but we’re still waiting for that update on the carrier-branded versions of the device. Like pretty much all major updates on a carrier phone, there’s a delay between when the manufacturer releases it and when the phone actually gets updated, but it’s a good opportunity to see which carriers are quick to get the new software pushed out.
It’s time to summon your heroes and save the Kingdom of Askr! Nintendo has released their second game on the Android platform, Fire Emblem: Heroes, and it is now starting to rollout on the Google Play Store.
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You would probably have to be living under a rock not to have heard about President Trump recently issuing an executive order that halted entry of Syrian refugees into the United States last week. The order has also temporarily banned visitors from the following Muslim countries: Iran, Iraq, Libya, Sudan, Somalia, and Yemen for a period of 90 days. As a result, companies such as Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Apple, Amazon, and others are in the process of drafting an open letter to Trump, both expressing the companies concern at his policies, as well as offering to help. Join us after the break for further details.
Besides tuning in to watch the Patriots shoot the Falcons out of the sky, there are other reasons to tune into Super Bowl LI such as the half-time entertainment, as well as the advertisements that companies have spent big money on airing during the event. Yesterday we learned that the Google Home will star in its own ad during Super Bowl LI, and now Sprint is joining in with an ad proclaiming that there is ‘No need for extreme measures just Switch to Sprint’.
We’ve seen a few images of the Galaxy S8 pop up online ahead of Samsung’s official unveiling, but a new unique leak from CNet Korea has created a rendering of the device based off of an eyewitness account of the phone. That’s not normally the kind of leak we see, but hey, we’ll take anything at this point.
We’ve seen the Super Bowl and other NFL games becoming increasingly easier to stream each year, and Super Bowl LI won’t break that streak. TuneIn has announced that they’ll be streaming the game live in eight different languages, so if you’re looking for a way to listen to a play-by-play of the biggest game of the year, you’re in luck.
Samsung is sending out invites to its Mobile World Congress press conference on February 26 at 7:00 p.m. in Barcelona. Reports say we won’t see the heavily rumored Galaxy S8, but going by the invite sent out, we could see a new tablet.
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