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The rumors keep pouring in for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 and a new report is quite interesting. It is now being suggested that Samsung will release two versions of the Galaxy S8 larger than previous iterations: one with a 5.7-inch display and another featuring a 6.2-inch display that could do away with virtually all bezels.
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Google’s Daydream VR is set to be one of the most impressive mobile virtual reality experiences we’ve seen to date. The demos Google showed were stunning, and there’s a ton of great content lined up for it. But, a great virtual reality experience requires some impressive hardware, which Google just revealed in a new document.
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The Moto brand of phones has done pretty well since Motorola kicked it off with the Moto X several years ago. Compared to Lenovo’s own name brand in the smartphone market, it’s done exceptionally well, which is part of the reason why Lenovo continued to make Moto phones even after acquiring Motorola. Read more
If you’re a T-Mobile customer hunting for a new phone, this weekend the carrier is hosting a special deal on one of the year’s best devices.
We’ve come a long way from cassette tapes, and now it’s time to face the music — pun fully intended — CDs are beginning to phase out as well. Most (if not all) new cars aren’t even made with CD players anymore, which gives us the perfect opportunity to recommend some awesome music player apps to you. If you’re looking for something extremely simple, something a little more advanced but not too crazy, or flow-blown customizable with an extensive list of features, there’s something on here for everyone.
So without further ado, here’s what we think are the best music player apps for Android.
Samsung has been making progress to recall all of the faulty Galaxy Note 7 devices that were released this fall as indicated by a recent report showing 85% have been retrieved in the U.S. market. Nevertheless, the company is still facing some backlash over the whole incident. The latest is a class-action lawsuit filed in Canada alleging Samsung knowingly shipped faulty units and mislead consumers. The Canadian action joins lawsuits in South Korea and the U.S. that Samsung already faces over the Galaxy Note 7’s exploding batteries. Read more