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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to Have Dual Camera

Samsung Galaxy Note 7

According to some reports from the South Korean media Newsis, the upcoming Galaxy Note 8 from Samsung Electronics will sport a dual camera. If the rumors are true, this would mark the first time the company had implemented this technology into one of its smartphone models. It’s worth noting that the Galaxy S8and S8 Plus devices which were released earlier ...

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Magic: The Gathering, A New MMORPG in the Works

Magic: The Gathering card game

Through a press release, publisher Perfect World Entertainment and developer Cryptic Studios officially announced that they are developing a new MMORPG. The game will be based on Hasbro’s Wizards of the Coast trading card game called Magic: The Gathering. It’s worth remembering that this game has first been released back in 1993 and quickly became the most popular strategy card ...

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ARMS Is a Simple, Yet Complex Game

Image from ARMS Nintendo Switch game

ARMS is a fighting game that’s specifically made for the Nintendo Switch console. And if it may seem simplistic at a first glance, players should know that its essence is actually a rather complex one. ARMS can prove to be a difficult to master game, even for the most experienced of us. The game is full of combos which the ...

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HP Fixes VR Backpack PC and It’s Ready to Sell It

HP starts selling its VR backpack PC

It seems like HP has managed to fix and rework its backpack PC concept which it revealed last year. Moreover, the company it’s now ready to begin selling the product. Its name is Omen X Compact Desktop, a rather slim and light gaming PC which you can carry on your back. Also, you can use it for virtual reality. It ...

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Google Has A School Program to Help Kids with Hackers

Playful Google logo

The new “Be Internet Awesome” educational program from Google aims at teaching kids how to protect themselves from phishing, internet harassment, how to have strong passwords and many other important internet security essentials. The program also includes a classroom curriculum and the “Interland” videogame. Teachers, YouTube videographers, and internet safety and literacy organizations worked together in an effort to teach ...

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Apple iOS 11 and What It Brings New

Apple iPhone 6 device

Apple just announced updates for their tvOS, macOS, watchOS and iOS at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose, California. Now, everybody is eagerly expecting to see what novelties will those new updates bring. This will be especially relevant considering the fact that last year’s iOS 10 update included improvements to the Lock Screen and its stock apps. However, ...

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Skype Gets Makeover, Introduces Stories

Skype app on a smartphone

Microsoft just released a completely new version of its popular Skype app. Apart from the makeover, the new Skype draws heavily from other messaging applications like Snapchat and Facebook Messenger. And when you talk about Snapchat, you talk about Stories and Skype now has them too. The name of the feature is Highlights. Also, another very important change is the ...

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Cook Criticizes Trump’s Decision to Leave Paris Accord

Tim Cook on stage

On June 1st, Apple CEO Tim Cook reportedly sent out an e-mail to all of the company’s employees. In it, he expressed his profound disappointment regarding Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris climate deal. Cook reportedly explained that before the decision, he tried numerous times to persuade the president into changing his mind. However, “it ...

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Samsung SoundAssistant will Improve Your Audio Experience

Official Samsung logo

Samsung has just launched their new app called SoundAssistant which will allow Galaxy users to customize a wide range of audio setting on their devices. According to the company, this app offers 150 steps of volume adjustment. It also offers stereo and mono balancing, and also the ability for the user to set different volumes for different apps. It’s an ...

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Leaks Show Desired iPhone 8 Design

Apple iPhone 8 leaks

A couple of brand-new images have leaked over the last few days. They are supposedly showing the design of the highly-anticipated iPhone 8 smartphone, from Apple. Those images include some CAD schematics and pictures of a dummy iPhone in a protective case. The CAD images first appeared on SlashLeaks but one of the most active leakers in the tech industry ...

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