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This replica Galaxy S8 icon pack is available for free for the next 12 hours

In addition to its chic design and stunning performance, Samsung’s Galaxy S8 also comes with the revamped Samsung Experience interface, formerly known as TouchWiz. Unlike TouchWiz that often attracted the relentless ridicule of regular...Show More Summary

We'll have to wait longer for Apple's 'Carpool Karaoke'

We'll have to wait a bit longer for the new Carpool Karaoke. The spinoff from CBS' The Late Late Show with James Corden, which was scheduled for an April launch on Apple Music, has been delayed, according to Reuters. SEE ALSO: Demi Lovato...Show More Summary

Yahoo's Marissa Mayer to Make $186 Million From Verizon Deal

Yahoo Chief Executive Marissa Mayer is set to make some $186 million as a result of the internet company’s sale of its core business to Verizon Communications, according to securities filings.

The Galaxy S8’s red display problem isn’t really a problem

Samsung acknowledged last week that there’s a red tint issue with the Galaxy S8, but the company said a software fix should help users get rid of it. The first reports detailing the problem emerged out of South Korea, where the Galaxy S8 was first released. Show More Summary

Marissa Mayer will have $186 million in Yahoo stock when Verizon buys the company (YHOO, VZ)

When Verizon's $4.48 billion acquisition of Yahoo closes this June, Marissa Mayer will be stepping down as CEO. But don't worry too much about her — Mayer has about $186 million worth of stock, stock options and restricted stock units...Show More Summary

A Warren Buffett-backed insurance tech company is going to help 'uninsurable' diabetics in the UK

LONDON — A South African insurance technology company supported by Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway is launching a life insurance product for diabetics in the UK. AllLife has partnered with Royal London, the UK's largest mutual insurer,...Show More Summary

How Uber ran afoul of Apple's privacy rules

2 days agoTechnology / Apple : Macworld

In 2015, Uber almost got itself kicked out of the iOS App Store. Apple CEO Tim Cook brought Uber CEO Travis Kalanick into the company’s Cupertino offices and laid down the law, the New York Times reported. So what exactly did Uber do...Show More Summary

Samsung Bixby missing Amazon camera detection feature on Verizon Galaxy S8

Samsung Bixby is already missing features at launch, but it’s even worse for Verizon users. The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ are both missing the feature that allows you to identify products using [...]

Camera Shootout: Samsung Galaxy S8 vs LG G6 [VIDEO]

The Samsung Galaxy S8 and LG G6 are the two big dogs in the smartphone world right now. Samsung and LG both have made great cameras in the past, but how do the newest models compare?

Sling TV’s cloud DVR feature comes to Apple TV

Sling TV has slowly been expanding access to its cloud DVR feature starting with its Android and Roku apps. Now Sling TV is announcing that its Apple TV app is next to gain the cloud DVR feature. more…

Samsung Galaxy S8 pre-order numbers in US were 30 percent over S7’s record

Samsung says that pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus in the US were over 30 percent higher than the record claimed in 2016 by the Galaxy S7.

What we know so far about the Larry Page-backed 'flying car' coming later this year

The mysterious flying-car startup funded by Google cofounder Larry Page, Kitty Hawk, finally took the wraps off its first vehicle on Monday. The Kitty Hawk Flyer looks a mix between a flying jet-ski and, as John Markoff of The New York...Show More Summary

New Apple API Opens Live Photo Functionality to Third Parties

Apple recently introduced a new JavaScript-based API that allows developers to embed Live Photos into websites. The Live Photos API brings a new experience to embedded photos as Live Photos include movement and sound. Apple had previously...Show More Summary

Tim Cook upset with Uber’s rulebreaking app tactics

Tim Cook dressed down Uber CEO Travis Kalanick — and even threatened to boot Uber out of the App Store — for violating Apple’s privacy rules, claims a new report. Uber broke iOS privacy laws in an attempt to crack down on a certain kind of fraud in China, in which some drivers would earn incentives by […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Galaxy S8, Mi 6 | Podcast 105

Joshua Vergara, Jonathan Feist, David Imel and Adam Molina chat Xiaomi Mi 6, Samsung Galaxy S8 and more on the Android Authority Podcast #105.

Verizon Galaxy S8 Lacks Shopping Via Bixby, Apparently Because Verizon

Over the weekend, Verizon owners of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ may have noticed another important feature missing from Bixby – the ability to shop on Amazon via Bixby Vision. Typically with Bixby Vision, a user is able to snap a photo...Show More Summary

Star Wars Han Solo Blaster Replica

Whether you picture yourself as a Rebel leader or a smuggler, this Star Wars Han Solo Blaster Replica is probably as close to the real deal that you’re going to get. With an eye for detail and using as many original elements as possible, the [...]

People Are Reprogramming the Galaxy S8's Bixby Button Because It's Currently Pointless

2 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The Samsung Galaxy S8 is one of the prettiest phones you can buy right now, but it launched as a somewhat incomplete product. Bixby, the phone’s new digital assistant, doesn’t yet have one if its key features—voice recognition. This shortcoming wouldn’t be so obvious if only Samsung hadn’t included a new button on the… Read more...

The 2016 Election Could Have Killed the Death Penalty

Neil Gorsuch’s first public vote as a Supreme Court justice was a sobering reminder that elections have life-or-death consequences. Gorsuch joined a 5-4 majority to deny a stay on the first of several executions the state of Arkansas is rushing to carry out, before the expiration of one of the chemicals it uses to administer lethal injections. Show More Summary

Larry Page’s new startup promises to bring flying cars by the end of 2017

The future of flying cars has never looked so real. Silicon Valley startup Kitty Hawk, backed by Alphabet CEO and Google co-founder Larry Page, has finally launched today – and it promises its electric flying cars will be available to the masses by the end of the year. Show More Summary

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