The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ is now official. Overnight in New York, Samsung unveiled their latest flagship devices, available with a 5.8 inch or 6.2″ screen. This is the world’s first mobile device certified by the UHD Alliance as mobile HDR Premium. The new display is known as an ‘infinity display’ which...
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    Overnight Google announced the next version of Android, M, will stand for Marshmallow. There’s no fancy corporate associate on this one, like we had with KitKat, but with the food product now know, our attention turns to what will be included in the next release. Version 6.0 of Android...
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    OPPO are continuing to roll out new phones and the latest is the Mirror 5. There’s a lot of attention being paid to the external design of this phone, with the unique back made from a sparkling diamond-like mirrored surface, it’s available in a ivory white or midnight blue....
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    Motorola has one of the most popular smart watches with the round-faced Moto 360 and it’s now being updated. While later than some would like, the latest version of Android, 5.1.1 Lollipop is now being rolled out to Moto 360’s. If you have a Moto 360 and are furiously...
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    Renault Sport Technologies have teamed up with Sensoria to produce the R.S. Monitor app. This is an iOS app that monitors vehicle merics, captures footage and GPS location around the track but has the neat extra of integrating with wearable Bluetooth Smart heart rate sensing t-shirt. European automotive company...
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    In iOS9, Siri is getting smarter.. lots smarter. Siri will become a blend of Cortana and Google Now and also received big cheers for being released to developers as an API. This means iOS9 apps will be able to leverage the power of voice commands to get common tasks...
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    This isn’t the sexiest video you’ll ever watch, but it is likely the most important you’ll watch this week. Education is something dear to my heart and at Google’s I/O developer conference, ex-GoogleX employee, now Udacity founder, Sebastian Thrun talks about how anyone can learn to develop for Android....

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