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It’s the 10-year anniversary of Samsung’s Galaxy phone, a line of devices that made phablets cool, survived baptism by fire, and turned Samsung into a leader in the mobile phone market. Today, at an event in San Francisco, the company showed how it plans to push its smartphones into the next decade—and into another dimension. The vision includes 5G, folding displays, and a brand new line of Galaxy phones filled with flashy features.
For Samsung, this isn’t just another product showcase . It’s the company’s pitch for “the next era of mobile innovation,” as DJ Koh, the CEO of Samsung’s mobile division, put it onstage today. Samsung wants you to buy its latest hardware, but it also needs you to buy into its vision for the future, so you’ll keep returning to the ecosystem of Galaxy products for years to come.
If you missed the event, you can watch the entire thing here—or read on for the TL;DR of everything Samsung announced today.
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Twitter today is opening up applications for its new testing program, first announced at CES in January. The program potentially can cover any and every aspect of the Twitter experience, but the first set of tests will focus on how interactions between people, and specifically replies, appear on Twitter. They will include a new design for replies to make it easier to follow a conversation; rounded shapes on reply tweets; indents to follow responses; hiding engagement and sharing behind a tap to bring out the content of replies; and introducing colors to add more context.
If you’re looking for a budget iPhone, then you’re in luck. Apple has the iPhone SE back in stock, and it’s on clearance for $100 off. You can get the 4-inch smartphone with either 32 or 128GB of storage, and unlike before, Apple has the SE available in all colors which include gray, silver, gold …
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The TP-Link Smart Plug works with Amazon Alexa and the Google Assistant so you can turn any device into a hands-free experience. You can control your appliances and electronics with your voice or with the Kasa app from your smartphone, tablet or laptop. You can also schedule devices to switch on and off when away, or customize it by a specific time. The compact smart plug can also give you peace of mind by turning off appliances remotely that you think you’ve left on.
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After weeks of leaks, Samsung still managed to save some surprises for today’s event. One of the most interesting among them is a partnership with Instagram that brings Stories directly to the camera app.
It’s an interesting partnership and mutually beneficial for both parties. For some, it could signal a kind of return to pre-loaded bloatware, but at least in the case of Instagram, the app is virtually ubiquitous for most users at this point anyway.
The mode got a brief demo on stage today — it’s pretty much what you’d expect out of the thing, bringing filters directly to the camera software and letting you upload straight to service without leaving Samsung’s default camera software.
Smartphone makers have had increasing difficult distinguishing their camera offerings in recent years. The last several generations of products like the Galaxy line, iPhone and Pixel have increasingly relied on AI/ML/software updates to set themselves apart, so these kinds [...]read more
Samsung’s just-announced Galaxy S10 flagship phone is, inarguably, the most innovative phone Samsung has ever produced. Forget scanning your eyeballs—that sensor is gone, replaced by an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor within the Galaxy S10’s display. Forget WiFi 5; this new phone supports WiFi 6, also known as 802.11ax. Forget the wide cutout for sensors at the top of the display. Forget that ugly thing ever existed! This is a hole-punched display, and it does look better, even if has been graced with the unfortunate name “Infinity O.” Your smartphone camera, the one you’re using right now? It’s probably not as good as this one.
There’s no question that Samsung’s Galaxy S10 is worthy of the “flagship” moniker. Barring some terrible flaw, it will assume its position right at the top of the Samsung smartphone pile. The question, though, is whether that matters. Can a crazy good [...]read more