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Manufacturer Refurbished Samsung Galaxy S7 Goes For Just $500 On eBay: Limited Quantities Available

Brand new, the Samsung Galaxy S7 can be had for the mighty price of at least $670. A refurbished model on eBay, however, can be cheaper at just $500.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 20, 2016

Xiaomi Max Leaks Online, Showing Off Massive 6.4-Inch Front Panel

The Xiaomi Max's front panel has leaked and reveals a 6.4-inch screen. There seems to be no physical indication of a fingerprint scanner, however, which might suggest it could be on the rear of the phablet-sized phone or even within its massive display.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 20, 2016

Sleek ASUS Zenbook UX305UA With Intel i5 Skylake Processor Now Available At $750

ASUS has upgraded its ultraportable thin-and-light notebooks with the Zenbook UX305UA. The upgrades include Intel's latest Core i5 Skylake chipsets.

Computers April 20, 2016

Samsung Galaxy C5 Hits Geekbench, Likely Part Of New Series Of Metallic Mid-Rangers

The Galaxy S7 is now out in the wild, so it's time for the company's midrange handsets to step up. In the upper midrange market, Samsung is set to release its Galaxy C series and the first one up seems to be the Galaxy C5.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 19, 2016

Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak Worries About Potential Uber Monopoly: More Alternatives Would Be Preferable

If it were up to Steve Wozniak, the Apple co-founder would rather be taking Lyft all day. At a transport summit in Australia, Wozniak voiced his concerns about Uber becoming and acting like a monopoly.

Apps/Software April 19, 2016

GameStop Dives Into Game Publishing With GameTrust Label, Already Signs Big Players

GameStop is breaking into the video game publishing business with a new venture called GameTrust. The new game publisher will be working with indie developers to bring more affordable $15 to $40 games to market while still making them available across multiple platforms.

Video Games April 18, 2016

Google Fiber Plans To Beam Wireless Broadband Internet Directly Into Homes

Google could take its Fiber broadband service to the next level by ditching the wires. In fact, the company plans to experiment with different wireless technologies to bring wireless broadband Internet access to customers in 'last mile' areas around the country.

Internet April 17, 2016

Eurocom Launches Developer Program With Discounts On High-Performance VR-Ready Laptops

Eurocom, the maker of super high-end desktop replacement laptops, is offering a discount on its products for virtual reality developers. Those who qualify for the Eurocom VR Developer Program will receive a 10 percent discount on the Eurocom SKY DLX7 and SKY X9.

Computers April 17, 2016

Android N Could Have Force Touch Capabilities Baked In: Report

Android could be following Apple's lead with its own version of 3D Touch. In support docs for Android N's Launcher Shortcuts feature, developers have taken note of wording that sounds very similar to that found in iPhones.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 16, 2016

Huawei Trademarks 'Huawei 7P' Name: Nexus 6P Successor In Tow?

Huawei has just trademarked 'Huawei 7P,' indicating that it has some interesting plans in store. It could be a follow-up to its popular 6P or maybe even a long overdue 7-inch Nexus tablet.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 16, 2016

Verizon National Trade-In Event Now Live: iPhone 6s/SE, Galaxy S7, LG G5 And More At Great Prices

Verizon is at it again with its annual national trade-in event where the company offers as much as $300 for a new smartphone. For both existing and new customers, Verizon has the Samsung Galaxy S7, the iPhone SE, the LG G5 and more to select from.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 15, 2016

Samsung Gear S2 iPhone Support Edging Closer As Gear Manager App For iOS Leaks Online

iPhone owners who also have Samsung's Gear S2 may be able to pair the two soon enough. An alleged Gear Manager app for iOS leaked online and photos showed a Gear S2 paired to what looks like an iPhone 5s or iPhone SE.

Wearable Tech April 15, 2016

Samsung Galaxy S7 vs. LG G5: Blind Camera Survey Shows Winner By Far

Both the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the LG G5 pack in comparable cameras. Of the two, however, one emerged as the clear, undisputed winner.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 15, 2016

64 GB HTC 10 May Not Reach The US, Only 32 GB Version

HTC's flagship is only available in a 32 GB option in the U.S. For now, at least, the 64 GB looks to be out of sight, and an HTC executive hints that it may not arrive at all.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 14, 2016

DJI Baking Facebook Live Into Live-Streaming Drones To Push Video Over The Social Network

Facebook Live is spreading its wings over to DJI's Phantom drones. During Facebook's annual F8 conference, Mark Zuckerberg shared the stage with a tricked-out Phantom 4 that streamed his presentation overhead live to thousands of viewers on his social network.

Apps/Software April 14, 2016

Box Launches Box Zones: Here's How This Technology Can Help Businesses

Aaron Levie's Box cloud storage platform is adding a new layer of service called Box Zones that allows companies to store their content in datacenters not in the US. Due to domestic regulations of varying countries, Box Zones offers businesses a way to make use of Box while still storing their files in-country.

Apps/Software April 13, 2016

New Software Will Warn You If A Dangerous USB Type-C Cable Threatens To Damage Your Device

New software will protect against faulty USB-C cables. The software, Type-C Authentication specification, was created to help devices and cables communicate with one another to determine whether a cable complies with the standards set by USB governing bodies.

Apps/Software April 13, 2016

Nintendo's First Smartphone App Miitomo Now With 4 Million Users

Nintendo's Miitomo is proving to be a success so far. With over 4 million downloads in the United States, the app currently has 1 million players coming back to it every day to play.

Apps/Software April 13, 2016

Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge In Canada Receive Android Marshmallow Update

It's Canada's turn to get Android Marshmallow. Samsung and Canadian carriers are now releasing Google's latest Android flavor on all Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge devices.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 13, 2016

The Ford F-150 Supercab Is The Safest Pickup Truck On The Road Today, Receives IIHS Top Rating

Of the seven pickup trucks tested by the IIHS Vehicle Research Center, Ford's F-150 fared best. In fact, it was the only one of the pack to receive a 'Good' rating, earning the Top Safety Pick title.

FUTURE TECH April 13, 2016

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