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Meet Google Support live support app for Nexus devices tipped

Meet Google Support live support app for Nexus devices tipped

A rumor is floating around that suggest Google is ready to make it easier for buyers of its Nexus devices to get support when it's needed. As it stands now, support involves reading support documents and a live chat session with support. If the rumor is correct, Google is now working on a live support app. That app is tipped to allow the user to share their screen with a support agent.

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Midori Ubuntu smartphone tipped in bug chats

Midori Ubuntu smartphone tipped in bug chats

A new smartphone running the Ubuntu operating system appears to be in the works carrying codename Midori. The first grumblings about the new device have surfaced from a bug report about a trust prompt issues with the device via the Ubuntu Touch IRC and on Launch Pad. According to the chatter, the trust prompt issue causes the mystery Midori device and the MX4 to reboot.

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Apple said to be working on Thunderbolt Display successor with integrated GPU

Apple said to be working on Thunderbolt Display successor with integrated GPU

With little notice, Apple revealed it was killing-off its Thunderbolt Display earlier this week, with no announcement of a follow-up external monitor. While the device was five years old, and definitely showed its age next to the thinner, Retina display iMacs that followed it, the news was still disappointing to owners of various MacBook models that prefer to work on a larger screen when at home. However, it seems Apple may not be leaving the external display market altogether.

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Netflix offline viewing tipped for late 2016 launch

Netflix offline viewing tipped for late 2016 launch

Netflix is great for those times you're around a solid WiFi connection, but forget about it for those long car rides and plane trips. Amazon nicely fills that void, with many of the movies it offers through Prime Video being available to download. Netflix subscribers have long hoped they'd get their own offline viewing feature, but Netflix has always downplayed the request, going so far as to say last September that it won't be happening any time soon. A new tipster, though, says we may be seeing just such a feature by the end of this year.

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Apple Watch tipped to move from OLED to Micro-LED in 2017

Apple Watch tipped to move from OLED to Micro-LED in 2017

One of the biggest ongoing rumors for the next few years of iPhones is that Apple will switch the smartphone's display from LCD to OLED. This has previously been expected to take place in 2017, but recently analysts have pushed that prediction back to 2018. However, it seems the same timeframe will see a change in the Apple Watch's display technology as well, the latest report from Taiwan's DigiTimes indicates.

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iPhone 7 rumor tips lightning headphone jack adapter is included

iPhone 7 rumor tips lightning headphone jack adapter is included

A new rumor about the iPhone 7 is making the rounds that suggests Apple might have decided to ease iPhone users away from the traditional 3.5mm headphone port and into the new lightning connector for audio. According to the rumor, the iPhone 7 will ship with the headphone port still integrated into the device but the headphones will come with a lightning adapter in the package.

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iPhone 7 dual-SIM could be the carriers’ worst nightmare

iPhone 7 dual-SIM could be the carriers’ worst nightmare

Forget the will-it/won't-it iPhone 7 headphone jack argument, the biggest news in Apple's upcoming flagship smartphone may well be how many SIMs you can slot in. The latest batch of iPhone 7 rumors, courtesy of leaked component images that allegedly show the dual-SIM support in the new phone, suggest that Apple plans to make one of the biggest physical changes to its handset in several generations, a move that could not only benefit owners but further frustrate the carriers.

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Galaxy S8 tipped for dual rear cameras, 4K display

Galaxy S8 tipped for dual rear cameras, 4K display

Rumors are already making the rounds about the next Samsung in the Galaxy S line of devices. That next device is expected to be the Galaxy S8 and the latest rumor claims that it will have a dual rear camera system designed to compete better with the next iPhone. The rumor claims that the dual camera lens is executed to be made by Samsung motors.

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Galaxy Note 7 model SM-N930F officially listed on Samsung site

Galaxy Note 7 model SM-N930F officially listed on Samsung site

The first official mention of the next Galaxy Note smartphone has happened in an odd way on the official Samsung website. The link in the source opens to reveal what appears to be a basic XML info, showing a document tree with no real information to be found in it except the model number SM-N930F.

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Galaxy Note 7 mass production starts next month says source

Galaxy Note 7 mass production starts next month says source

An industry source is claiming that Samsung will begin mass production of the much rumored Galaxy Note 7 starting next month. This same source claims that Samsung plans to build about 5 million units for its initial launch with the devices completed by August. That August complete date for the initial supply of smartphones would fit in well with the rumor from earlier this week that the Galaxy Note 7 will launch August 2.

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iPhone 7 with touch-sensitive Home Button shown in photo leak

iPhone 7 with touch-sensitive Home Button shown in photo leak

While Apple's WWDC 2016 event hasn't revealed any new hardware, it does mean that we're now roughly 3 months away from an expected September unveiling of the iPhone 7. Purported images and specs have given us good look at the rear of the device — and in turn confirmed the rumors that the iPhone 7 will feature a similar design as the 6s — but now new photos claim to show the front. It looks like an iPhone, just as you'd expect, but there's also an interesting detail about the home button.

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Xbox One S leaks: 40% slimmer console with 4K

Xbox One S leaks: 40% slimmer console with 4K

Microsoft's next Xbox console has leaked ahead of the company's E3 2016 press conference, the Xbox One S, a smaller but more potent version of the current machine. Long-anticipated for this year's E3, the new console's most noticeable change over the existing model is its reduced size - the name is almost certainly a play on "Xbox One Slim" - apparently 40-percent smaller than today's Xbox One.

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