Samsung Galaxy Foldable Phone Dual Screen

Samsung is reportedly working on a Galaxy phone with a foldable display

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Samsung is reportedly working on a Galaxy phone with a foldable display

Samsung has already proven that it can make devices with curved displays, some more interesting than others, so it’s not surprising to hear the company might be developing the next big thing when it comes to flexible displays. More →

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Google Android M Final Name Milkshake

Did Google just accidentally reveal Android M’s full name?

By about 51 mins ago.

Did Google just accidentally reveal Android M’s full name?

Google unveiled Android M on Thursday, but we know from history that this won’t be the platform’s final name — instead, it’s going to be named after some kind of delicious dessert. An eagle-eyed Redditor over at the Android subreddit noticed that one of the Googlers on stage at I/O 2015 Thursday had an Android Wear watch that just happened to feature a picture of a milkshake on its display. Their conclusion? The next version of Android will be called “Android Milkshake.” More →

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Xbox Games with Gold June 2015

Here are the free games you’ll get on Xbox One and Xbox 360 in June

Here are the free games you’ll get on Xbox One and Xbox 360 in June

By about 1 hour ago.

Games with Gold is back for another month of free games, and I can’t believe that Pool Nation FX is taking up a slot on the Xbox One side for the third consecutive month. There must be other Xbox One developers who want their games highlighted on Games with Gold. Pool Nation FX is a great game – the best pool simulator I’ve ever played – but three months is mind-boggling.

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Android M Nexus 2015 Features

What Android M tells us about Google’s next Nexus phones

By about 2 hours ago.

What Android M tells us about Google’s next Nexus phones

Google did not announce any new Nexus devices on Thursday, though that’s hardly surprising considering its recent Google I/O history. However, the company’s newly unveiled Android M offers some clear hints at what to expect from this year’s Nexus handsets. More →

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Google VR Jump YouTube Videos

Watch Google’s amazing 360-degree Jump YouTube videos right now

By about 2 hours ago.

Watch Google’s amazing 360-degree Jump YouTube videos right now

Virtual reality was one of Google’s most interesting Google I/O 2015 topics, as the company took its VR game to a whole new level. In addition to detailing its VR plans on stage, the company also helped various filmmakers use the new Jump technology to create some immersive videos that look absolutely incredible. More →

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Tinder STD Rates

Tinder and other dating apps cause STD rates to skyrocket, new health report claims

By about 3 hours ago.

Tinder and other dating apps cause STD rates to skyrocket, new health report claims

In a number of ways, the dating game today is easier than it’s ever been. Thanks to mobile apps like Tinder, Hinge, Grindr, and OK Cupid — just to name a few — the ability to connect with potential romantic partners has never been more convenient. At the same time, there may be a downside to all of this meeting and greeting.

According to a new health report from the Rhode Island Department of Health, the state saw a tremendous increase in the overall number of new STD cases, a phenomenon that may very well be attributable to the increasing popularity of dating apps.

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Nexus 5, 6, 9 Android M Release Date Download

Want to try the Android M preview? Get it on these 4 devices right now

By about 3 hours ago.

Want to try the Android M preview? Get it on these 4 devices right now

Google’s Android M update will be available in developer preview mode starting with Thursday, but not all existing Nexus device owners will be able to install it. After unveiling the main features of the new operating system, Google revealed that Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 9 and Nexus Player owners will be able to try out Android M Developer Preview later today. However, older devices such as the two Nexus 7 tablet models or the Nexus 10 will not get Android M today.  More →

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iPhone 6s Plus Features Rumors

Report claims Apple came surprisingly close to killing a key iPhone 6s feature

By about 3 hours ago.

Report claims Apple came surprisingly close to killing a key iPhone 6s feature

Apple reportedly considered making its new Force Touch feature from the Apple Watch exclusive to the iPhone 6s Plus in the next round of iPhones set to debut later this year, but that doesn’t appear to be the case anymore, according to a new report. More →

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iPhone 7 Design Render Concept

Gorgeous iPhone 7 concept shows how Force Touch could finally kill the home button

By about 4 hours ago.

Gorgeous iPhone 7 concept shows how Force Touch could finally kill the home button

Apple might not launch a smaller iPhone model this year, but a new iPhone 7 concept envisions a new way to bring one-hand operation back for iPhone users without reducing the display size. More →

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Google I/O 2015 Photo Gallery

An inside look at Google I/O 2015: What you didn’t see at the keynote

An inside look at Google I/O 2015: What you didn’t see at the keynote

By about 4 hours ago.

The keynote presentation is over and all of Google’s new products and services have been revealed, but for the developers in San Francisco, Google I/O 2015 has only just begun. You might not have a chance to come down and see it for yourself, but I took a few minutes to walk through the show floor and photograph some of the most impressive displays. More →

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Abdriud M Best New Features

Here are Android M’s 5 most exciting features

By about 4 hours ago.

Here are Android M’s 5 most exciting features

Unlike last year’s Android 5.0 Lollipop update, Android M isn’t a major stylistic overhaul of Google’s popular mobile platform. However, it does have some terrific looking new features that are definitely worth getting excited about. Let’s recap the five best ones below. More →

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How To Encrypt iPhone

60 seconds is all it takes to protect your iPhone with encryption – here’s how

By about 5 hours ago.

60 seconds is all it takes to protect your iPhone with encryption – here’s how

Apple’s iOS platform is relatively secure out of the box thanks to Apple’s continued efforts to protect users’ data. There are a number of important security features baked into the operating system, some of which you’re likely aware of and some that operate behind the scenes. But there’s one security feature in particular that is painfully simple to enable, and yet there are still a huge number of iPhone users who ignore it.

Now, we’ll tell you about yet another reason to take 60 seconds out of your day and enable this crucial security feature. More →

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