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Samsung is rolling out new update to its TouchWiz Home launcher in Play Store. New and existing postpaid customers who buy a Samsung Galaxy S8 and sign up or upgrade to a postpaid plan will automatically get double data for three months. This new phone will feature various high-end features such as wireless charging, NFC, Samsung Pay , as well as a fingerprint scanner. The mono bottom speaker is acceptable, but the dual stereo speakers on other phones are much better.
  • New iPhone 8 Innovative Camera, Latest Specs And Features

    New iPhone 8 Innovative Camera, Latest Specs And Features

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    We have been receiving a number of reports from all over Apple's supply chain that two handsets will be marginal upgrades to the current generation iPhone, but there will be a third version with stainless steel chassis covered by curved glass on the front and back.
  • Pretty Little Liars Season 7 Recap: 7.11: Playtime

    Pretty Little Liars Season 7 Recap: 7.11: Playtime

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    The teenager is in Alison's class at Rosewood High and is also in Emily's swimming team in Season 7 of Pretty Little Liars . "Meanwhile, A.D. has a special delivery for the ladies that reveals the final endgame". She doesn't know. Hanna meets with Mona , who wants to introduce her to a friend, a senator's daughter who needs a dress for a function. Mona ( Janel Parrish ) told Hanna that she had a plan to get her noticed as a designer.
  • Diet soda drinkers are more likely to get these frightful diseases

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    But they found other troubling signs. He also warned that although no relation was found between sugary drinks and an increased risk of dementia or stroke, consumers should not consider them a "healthy option". Sacco says that ASBs "may impact cerebrovascular health", adding that "ASB consumption may occur because of weight gain but could also exacerbate these conditions".
  • Microsoft To-Do: the end of Wunderlist

    Microsoft To-Do: the end of Wunderlist

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    One of the big draws of Microsoft To-Do is the "My Day" feature, which encourages users to focus on daily tasks by offering a fresh list every day. The interface is centered around a task list with items you intend to complete that day.
  • Apple offering iPad Air 2 as replacement for the iPad 4

    Apple offering iPad Air 2 as replacement for the iPad 4

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    The iPad Air 2 has also been discontinued recently, although Apple will keep shipping them until supplies of the fourth-generation iPad run out. It's up to every store manager if they decide to replace an iPad 4 with another in-stock iPad 4, iPad Air, or an iPad Air 2 .
  • Instagram will soon work offline on your Android phone

    Instagram will soon work offline on your Android phone

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    While it doesn't mean you can constantly use the app without an internet connection, you will be able to view any post that have previously loaded when you had a Wi-Fi or data connection, like and comment on them. Apparently 80 percent of Instagram's 600 million users are outside the US. Once the internet connectivity is back, all the actions that were done in the offline mode will be executed in the background.
  • Overwatch: Buff to Genji's Dragonblade Ult Incoming

    Overwatch: Buff to Genji's Dragonblade Ult Incoming

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    Also arriving today is the Overwatch map Hanamura , converted into a unique payload map for Heroes of the Storm . Now, it looks like an attempt to fix the ultimate has led to an unintentional nerf to the number of swings players got with Genji's katana - one that will be fixed in an upcoming patch.
  • NYC wants Uber to add just the tip

    NYC wants Uber to add just the tip

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    Uber's refusal to launch an in-app tip option led the guild to launch a campaign previous year with auto stickers and social media posts to let passengers know that they can tip and that gratuity is not included in their fare. Cabbies regularly receive tips through their credit card readers ― a feature also mandated by the city's taxi commission. It also mentioned the possibility of bias entering into the picture, meaning that riders would tip more to certain people, and less to others.
  • Next Star Wars movie to feature new female character

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    During "Star Wars" Celebration, Johnson revealed some details about new major character in the movie. The trailer opens with Rey on the island where we saw Luke in The Force Awakens. Mark Hamill's Luke Skywalker, who played a smaller role in the last episode, plays a significant part in this trailer. "Sadly, Carrie will not be in [ Episode] IX ", she told ABC while interacting with the Good Morning America host.
  • Microsoft Says Users are Protected from Alleged NSA Malware

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    However, in the interim, no details of the exploits appear to have been provided to Microsoft by the NSA. Ongoing analysis of the leaked documents and executables has revealed Cisco firewalls and VPN gateways are also targets. This is yet another reason to stop using SMB1 - it's old and vulnerable. ETERNALSYNERGY - Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012. WikiLeaks also released more so-called CIA "Vault 7" attack tools earlier this month that are created to target Windows systems.
  • Samsung S8, S8 Plus India Launch Set for April 19

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    When the the new flagship smartphones went up for pre-order in the United States and South Korea last week, Samsung revealed that the lineup is proving more popular than last year's Galaxy S7. The two phones are priced at $750 and $850 respectively, but Korea has a high-end Galaxy S8+ with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage, which costs about $1000.
  • Google Photos will smooth your most nausea-inducing videos

    Google Photos will smooth your most nausea-inducing videos

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    Google Photos has been there for a long time on both the Android and iOS platform but there was no video stabilisation feature available in it. Google had made an announcement in August past year that it will implement video stabilisation to its Photos app, and the feature is now rolling out as a part of an update to Photos v2.13 on Android.
  • Infiniti QX80 Monograph heralds new SUV styling

    Infiniti QX80 Monograph heralds new SUV styling

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    No technical information regarding a platform or powertrains has been revealed. Officials are not getting any more specific than that at this point, but you can probably count on it being the next-generation QX80. The Monograph fixes things by moving the headlights higher, while an even taller and wider grille works with a busy but attractive lower fascia to give the concept a degree of presence the current SUV simply lacks.
  • No Bixby Voice at Galaxy S8 launch

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    Home, Vision, and Reminder would be available to the users from the day of launch, but the Bixby voice won't be available to the users until Spring 2017. The Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are equipped with an advanced 8MP F1.7 Smart autofocus front camera and 12MP F1.7 Dual Pixel rear camera for low-light, zoom and anti-blur photos with enhanced image processing.
  • Burger King is launching a TV ad with a disastrous flaw

    Burger King is launching a TV ad with a disastrous flaw

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    Here's the ad, and if you want to experience it fully, we suggest you turn your volume up so that Google Home - or your Pixel, for that matter - is triggered. Burger King still got some press for its ad, though, so it's probably not too heartbroken about it no longer working as intended. That certainly sounds like ad copy.
  • Facebook's AI assistant is ready to hang out in Messenger

    Facebook's AI assistant is ready to hang out in Messenger

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    Many biggies in the internet world are launching their own version of Automated or Artificial Intelligence powered assistants. At the time, Facebook's David Marcus wrote that, "Unlike other AI-based services in the market, M can actually complete tasks on your behalf", such as purchasing items, getting gifts delivered, or booking travel arrangements.
  • Louis CK goes off about Donald Trump

    Louis CK goes off about Donald Trump

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    Not that he'd ever even do it, but man, it would be kind of depressing. Louis C.K. has doubled down on his distaste for Donald Trump. During his appearance on Colbert's show, the comedian said he regretted calling Trump Hitler , but added that he will not take it back.
  • Judge puts on hold Seattle law allowing a ride-hailing union

    Judge puts on hold Seattle law allowing a ride-hailing union

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    U.S. District Judge Robert Lasnik's ruling came after he heard arguments last week in a case brought by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. The chamber sued to block the law before this week's deadline for the companies to provide information about their most active drivers to the Teamsters union, launching the first step to unionization.