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Google Now suggests a new flight when yours is cancelled

Google Now suggests a new flight when yours is cancelled

We’ve all been there (and if you haven’t, you’re lucky); a flight gets delayed or cancelled, and you’re scrambling to find a different route to your next appointment. It’s not an everyday occurrence, but it’s one that can bring you a lot of stress when it happens. Google may be here to help, though, and using one of their better services to do so.

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Sony SmartWatch 3 coming soon, skipping Android Wear

Sony SmartWatch 3 coming soon, skipping Android Wear

Though each of Sony’s main competitors in the smartwatch market are taking part in Google’s Android Wear initiative, word today is that Sony will be opting out. Without an Android Wear device in the running, Sony is said to continue to work with Android in a more full-blown sense, allowing apps to run at full size with hardware not all that unlike their previous release.

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Samsung Galaxy Alpha debuts with premium metal design

Samsung Galaxy Alpha debuts with premium metal design

Samsung has finally taken the wraps off of the Galaxy Alpha, its latest Android smartphone and a distinct departure from the all-plastic design language the South Korean company has resolutely insisted on for the past several generations of handset. Just 6.7mm thick, the 4.7-inch Galaxy Alpha has a metal frame with a bevelled edge that runs around its periphery, fronted by a 1280 x 720 Super AMOLED display.

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Goat Simulator coming to iOS, Android, and Xbox

Goat Simulator coming to iOS, Android, and Xbox

Goat Simulator was originally released as a kind of joke; a really good joke, too. Since capturing the simple mindset of those of us who found favor in pretending to be a goat, the game has spread like wildfire for the desktop. Now it seems iOS, Android, and Xbox are getting in on the fun, too.

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Report: Samsung’s Tizen to be used in emerging markets

Report: Samsung’s Tizen to be used in emerging markets

Tizen, Samsung’s home-grown OS that was originally believed to do battle with Android, may be set to do battle on another front. Samsung has limited it to use on their wearables, like the Gear Fit and Galaxy Gear. While they’re still keen to get it onto smartphones, they might do it with devices that are a bit more comparable to wearables.