Images of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus surface

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Image of both the upcoming Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus have been posted online, showing exactly what the devices will look like upon being announced on August 13. These new devices look very similar to the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge; therefore Samsung seems to have found a new design language that it actually likes enough to stick with.

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Using Glovebox with the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge is a perfect match

gloveboxThe Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge is one of the best smart phones ever made and features two curved edges that set it apart from anything else on the market. Unfortunately, Samsung hasn’t fully utilized these curves to their full extent. Only a few small features for time, contacts, and notifications are present.

Just because Samsung hasn’t fully embraced the edges doesn’t mean you can’t use them to their true potential. There are a few pretty cool apps out there that maximize the edges’ effectiveness. One that I have been using is called Glovebox.

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Costco is getting ready for the Verizon variants of the Turbo 2, Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus

cosco-droid-turbo-2We have heard so many stories about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Plus, but here is another. A new leaked document from Costco confirms their names and shows they are gearing up to launch Verizon variants of the Turbo 2, Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus.

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Samsung is testing an 18.4-inch tablet

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Whenever I hear the word phablet, Samsung is the brand that instantly pops to mind. The South Korean manufacturer has been at the top of the oversized smartphone market for as long as I can remember and now it looks like they’re set to be the first to create a tablet that’s bigger than most laptops currently available.

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Samsung puts an end to Boxee’s secret project, lays off dozens of employees

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The plan for Samsung to develop a dedicated media tablet to replace the television remote has come to an end. The team working on the project, largely Boxee employees that transferred to Samsung in 2013, have been laid off as a result. The project, known internally as Perfect Experience, would have competed with Chromecast and other streaming devices while being unique.

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