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Galaxy S8 Bixby button remapping blocked by Samsung

Samsung has blocked users from remapping the Bixby button on the Galaxy S8 handset, upsetting early buyers who weren’t planning on using the Korean company’s personal assistant. Bixby, for those unfamiliar, is Samsung’s new alternative to Siri and Google Assistant, though users shouldn’t expect it to be fully functional upon the handset’s launch

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U.S. Navy bans e-cigarettes from all of its ships and aircraft

We’ve seen enough incidents involving e-cigarette batteries to know they can be dangerous. The issues tend to revolve around either poorly constructed ‘vaping’ devices or users improperly storing the batteries and shorting them out via loose change and key rings. While we’ve seen these incidents happen at home, in courtrooms, and at convenience stores, the U.S

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Verizon Wear24 4G LTE smartwatch launches on May 11

The Wear24, a Verizon-exclusive smartwatch running Android Wear 2.0, will be available from the carrier starting on May 11. The Wear24 features 4G LTE support, enabling users to use the wearable in a connected fashion without using their smartphone as a tether. This includes streaming music directly with the smartwatch, says Verizon, as well as searching Google using voice commands, … Continue reading

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Square Cash might be plotting physical debit cards

Thus far, Square has been a mostly digital payment system, but it may not be long before the company breaks into the realm of physical payment cards. There isn’t a ton of solid evidence at the moment, but one key piece that may signal where Square plans to head.

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Alexa tipped to come to smart thermostat ecobee4

It was only a matter of time before Amazon found its way in to a smart thermostat with Alexa.

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Try this: Emulate early Apple Macintosh software in your browser

Mondays are unquestionably rough, but the Internet Archive is making this particular Monday a little more exciting. The Internet Archive announced today that it has added emulation for early Macintosh software to its library. This means that you can spend your day as if you were still living in the 1980s, exploring some of the earliest operating systems Apple ever … Continue reading

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NVIDIA’s Spring Game Sale has come into full bloom

What better way to welcome the new season of life than by bursting into a spending spree, right? While gamers probably wished there were no need to wait for seasons to have sales, we’ll take what we can

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Galaxy S8 battery is so tough, stabbing it won’t make it explode

Perhaps the biggest question on everyone’s mind upon seeing the Galaxy S8 is whether it will be as explosive as the Galaxy Note 7 before it. Given what’s at stake, Samsung spared no expense at making sure it won’t. And, apparently, that has paid off to the extreme.

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Moto C, C Plus renders envision new entry-level phones

OnLeaks is on a roll! Following leaks of the Moto Z2 and the Moto E4 Plus, the leakster is treating us to even more renders. This time these are for the soon to be newest member of Motorola’s family

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Star Wars: Battlefront II revealed with Imperial-focused story campaign

In case you haven’t heard, there’s a little event known as the Star Wars Celebration going on this weekend, and game publisher EA has used it to pull the curtain back on Star Wars: Battlefront II.

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