Galaxy S8 and S8+ start rolling out to the rest of the world

Galaxy S8 and S8+ start rolling out to the rest of the world

Korea and the US have had their head start. Now it's time for the rest of the world to get their hands, not to mention fingerprint smudges, on Samsung's newest darlings. The global availability of the Galaxy S8 and the slightly larger Galaxy S8+ has, unsurprisingly, started with the US, Canada, Korea, and, actually surprising, Puerto Rico. In the coming weeks, it will roll out to other markets, though some features might not exactly make it in time.

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Ricoh Theta 360-degree camera with 4K chops coming to 2017 NAB Show

Ricoh Theta 360-degree camera with 4K chops coming to 2017 NAB Show

Live streaming is the new hot fad in news and social media. Virtual reality and 360-degree videos are the new black in entertainment. Anyone who can bring these two together is bound to make a profit. At the annual National Association of Broadcasters, or NAB, Show, imaging and camera expert Ricoh will be doing exactly just that. Though still thin on the details, Ricoh is teasing fans that it will be unveiling a new 360-degree Theta camera that boasts of live streaming and 4K capabilities.

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Moto 360 2nd gen to still get Android Wear 2.0 “soon”

Moto 360 2nd gen to still get Android Wear 2.0 “soon”

Although Huawei's top honchos were reportedly mystified by the purpose and utility of smartwatches, it still put out a new Huawei Watch 2. Motorola, however, isn't as impressed and isn't willing to take another commercial, not to mention financial, risk. The Android Wear pioneer's withdrawal from the smartwatch market has some worried about getting the latest Android Wear 2.0 on their wrists. Fortunately, Google's official Android Wear Twitter account does confirm that it's coming. But it won't be coming as fast as you might have wished.

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Niantic still hasn’t solved Pokemon GO’s biggest problem

Niantic still hasn’t solved Pokemon GO’s biggest problem

The latest Pokemon GO update was claimed to stop spoofers and hackers alike, but in reality it's only cut out a chunk of cheaters. While Niantic continues to play a tough game of cat and mouse with the hacker community, 3rd-party bot-makers remain one step ahead of the game. Users profiting from Pokemon GO's underground of automated Pokemon GO gameplay - they're the ones with the most potential cash to lose. They're the ones that are making Niantic work tirelessly to defend their turf.

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First Game of Thrones season 7 photos revealed

First Game of Thrones season 7 photos revealed

After a longer-than-usual wait, we're finally getting close to the return of Game of Thrones. HBO got the hype train rolling a few weeks back with the release of season 7's first teaser trailer, and today it's shared a new set of photos to keep excitement high. Obviously, if you're sensitive to spoilers, you'll probably want to turn back now.

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Amazon’s next Kindle could be waterproof

Amazon’s next Kindle could be waterproof

With a number of different releases over the past decade, you'd think there isn't much more Amazon could do to refine the Kindle formula. Making that assumption is where we're apparently wrong, as a new leaked image shows off what's said to be a new Kindle with one major feature. According to the person who found this image, the next Kindle will be waterproof.

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Apple AR glasses possibly confirmed by a leaked report

Apple AR glasses possibly confirmed by a leaked report

Did Apple's augmented reality prototype accidentally injure one employee's eyes? That's one potential explanation being juggled for a mysterious incident report at the iPhone company, after a cache of such filings were inadvertently leaked. The handiwork of an Environment Health and Safety contractor, the document was presumably intended for internal eyes only, but was mistakenly distributed first among employees and then snuck out to Gizmodo.

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Apple’s Live Photos API released: why should you care?

Apple’s Live Photos API released: why should you care?

Today Apple launched LivePhotosKit JS Live Photos API software for developers, enabling use in iOS apps, macOS, and on the web. Developers can utilize the new Live Photos SDK (software developer kit) with sample code - to do this, developers must download Xcode, which includes the SDK's for building apps that support Live Photos. Developers will also gain access to details on how to build app extensions and entire apps using the new Live Photos API. This is the first time developers have had access to Live Photos API since the first announcement of Live Photos back in September of 2015.

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Mario Kart 8 Deluxe review round-up: Even better the second time?

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe review round-up: Even better the second time?

With the hype surrounding The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild finally winding down, it's time to focus the Switch's second major first-party release: Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. Though this is essentially a re-release of the Wii U's Mario Kart 8, this will be the first time some Switch owners are encountering this game. Reviews are beginning to hit today, so what's the verdict? Is this a must-have for Switch owners?

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You have to watch Lilium’s electric VTOL personal Jet ace its first flight

You have to watch Lilium’s electric VTOL personal Jet ace its first flight

The promise of personal flying cars has always worked better in science fiction than real life, but Lilium is aiming to change that with its electric Jet. The vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) craft was originally intended as the flying alternative to a two-seater sports car, able to launch straight up without the need of a runway, but then transition into jet-mode once airborne. Now, there's the promise of a five-seater too.

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KGI tips Galaxy Note 8 specs to match OLED iPhone 8

KGI tips Galaxy Note 8 specs to match OLED iPhone 8

Estimates for shipping numbers for the Galaxy S8 have risen in KGI's books as analyst Ming-Chi Kuo taps into Galaxy Note 8 predictions. This week the analyst suggested that preliminary shipments of the Galaxy S8 have surprised him, coming in far stronger than previously expected. The Galaxy Note 8, said Kuo, will have features that not only differ from those of the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus significantly, they'll likely match those of the iPhone 8 (and/or OLED iPhone) in several key areas.

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Bose slapped with lawsuit claiming your headphones spied on you

Bose slapped with lawsuit claiming your headphones spied on you

It looks like Bose is heading to court, as a new class action lawsuit has been filed against it. The suit centers around a companion app Bose offers for its wireless headphones, called Bose Connect. That app is used to connect Bose wireless products to smart devices, and it can also be used to remotely control those devices.

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