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Leaked: Samsung Galaxy S6 Active

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Want Samsung’s Galaxy S6, but need that extra utility only offered by sport-orientated devices? Then Samsung’s latest entry in its ‘Active’ range of devices might be the phone for you. Teased by the US carrier, AT&T, to launch soon – the Samsung Galaxy S6 Active will feature all the tech you would usually expect from a sports orientated device. Like ...

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OnePlus Product event won’t launch the OnePlus 2

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June 1st, the date of OnePlus product event, will not feature the enigmatic company’s latest flagship. OnePlus co-founder, Carl Pei, dashed any hopes that the new phone will be available tomorrow as a result of the event. Instead, a Q3 launch this year was given; this means that the sequel to last years budget wonder will be available between June1st ...

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Google will answer queries as you type

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Google will begin rolling out a new feature for mobile users of its search app which answers queries as you type. It’s another attempt by the Search giant to streamline the way we interact with the internet – on our mobile devices at least. Now you won’t even have to finish typing ‘how tall is the Eiffel tower?’ before you ...

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Google I/O: Android M Features Roundup

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Google’s annual I/O conference hosted a number of features for Android devices, some of which were surprises, others weren’t, but all were welcome. Android M, the newest iteration of the open source OS, was the star of the show – acquiring a few key features to make the brand’s iconic green mascot more intelligent than ever. Here’s a roundup of ...

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Cortana will be available for Android and iOS later this year

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Microsoft’s electronic personal assistant competitor to Siri, Cortana , has been confirmed to be coming to Android and iOS devices within the year. Of course, there will be some limitations to the capabilities of Cortana on these other devices, including the requirement that you have to have Windows 10 and the Phone Companion app, but there have been no statements ...

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Google takes the Nexus 4 off lifesupport

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An anonymous tipster has informed Android Police that Google will set a cut-off point for each of their Nexus devices. The news is set to become official as Google’s I/O event, which the latest iteration of Android is expected to debut.  The devices will be set to receive software updates 2 years from release, and will have security patches continued ...

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CNBC Writer Ed Fernandez Declares The Death Knell Of Smartphones

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According to Ed Fernandez in an editorial he wrote for CNBC—titled “The demise of the smartphone is inevitable, and necessary”—the smartphone’s days are numbered. Fernandez’s line of reasoning runs the gamut from plausible to specious. While his claims about the narrowing of the smartphone market have plenty of solid ground to stand on, the technology Fernandez claims will supplant smartphones ...

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Samsung’s Flow, helps bridge gap between its devices

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Apple’s continuity remains one of its ecosystems most-lauded features, which only its invested customers enjoy. So far, no other company has attempted to successfully bridge the gap between its devices – until now. Samsung has introduced the Flow app, which allows content to be sent across its devices, taking more than a few notes from Apple in the process. Users ...

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