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Samsung just dropped a big Galaxy phone launch change

Samsung just dropped a big Galaxy phone launch change

The Samsung Galaxy S10 might have a new device to launch alongside if today's news sticks. One report suggests Samsung's new reveal date for the Samsung Galaxy F (or whatever it'll be called) is no longer inside the year 2018. Instead, this foldable Galaxy smartphone's reveal date - and subsequent release date, will sit squarely in the "Early 2019" range.

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OnePlus 6T launch event date set for later this month

OnePlus 6T launch event date set for later this month

Whether though rumors or through OnePlus itself, we've learned a lot about the OnePlus 6T over the past several months. It won't be much longer before we'll find out which of those rumors were accurate and which were not, as OnePlus has announced the day that it'll reveal the 6T to the world. The reveal event is happening later this month too, adding to an October that is already packed with device reveals.

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MobiLimb gives your phone a finger to stroke your wrist with

MobiLimb gives your phone a finger to stroke your wrist with

Most of us at one point probably wished we had another pair of hands. Our smartphones probably wished they had one too. Barring that, maybe they’d settle for a finger. If so, then maybe this MobiLimb prototype might be the best gift you can give your smartphone this Christmas. Or this Halloween for that matter. Because what better way for your smartphone to show your affection by gently stroking your wrist in the middle of a phone call.

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Unlock Windows PCs with your Android fingerprint scanner

Unlock Windows PCs with your Android fingerprint scanner

PCs, both laptops and even desktops, are finally getting on the biometrics bandwagon. While most new laptops mostly use Windows 10’s Hello face recognition, there is a growing number that use fingerprint sensors as well. They’re still not as numerous as, say, the fingerprint scanners found on almost every smartphone (except newer iPhones). Wouldn’t it be nice if you could use your phone’s fingerprint sensor to unlock your PC? Well, you actually can, if you’re willing to play with some third-party apps on both Android and Windows PC sides.

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The Pixel 3 XL was found on sale in Hong Kong, days before reveal

The Pixel 3 XL was found on sale in Hong Kong, days before reveal

Google's upcoming Pixel 3 series of smartphones might be one of the most-leaked devices in recent history. The big reveal event for the device is on Tuesday, October 9th, but for weeks now we've gotten early looks at the design, specs, and features. But topping all this off is that the unreleased, unannounced device was found on sale at a local store in Hong Kong. It was a new, in official retail packaging Pixel 3 XL, and by all accounts it's as real as it gets.

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The fancy new Fortnite move you’re being beaten with

The fancy new Fortnite move you’re being beaten with

We're tracking a new way to move in Fortnite that dominates the map - and chances are you've already happened across it without realizing. It's called Bunny Hopping by average everyday masters of the game, and it requires only that you have some really, really good timing. Or the sort of mouse that allows you to make your scroll wheel into a jump button - but that's only for PC players. Today we're gonna try to cover everyone at once.

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Moto G7 leaks, looks like the new silver budget king

Moto G7 leaks, looks like the new silver budget king

This morning the Motorola Moto G7 was leaked in images and video format. These images and video come from a source that's been largely (if not entirely) accurate in his leaks for the past several seasons. As such, we have very little reason to believe these are anything but basically 100% accurate in their size, shape, and general look.

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Playable GameBoy Phone case: Would you use it?

Playable GameBoy Phone case: Would you use it?

Since there've been DIY design sites for phone cases, there've been GameBoy cases. Today we're not talking about a 3rd-party case, but a Nintendo official case. This case was planned to roll with full original GameBoy power, and to house a smartphone besides. But at what cost glory?

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Pixel Slate release details: The big leak

Pixel Slate release details: The big leak

The Google Pixel Slate is one of several surprises set for official reveal on October 9th - and today we're running down the full details. This is the first time we've got what we consider the full picture. That is: Photos (or renders), Code-names, and multiple release-level builds. The latest in a line of leaks is a set of benchmarks that show the many different versions of the device likely headed toward the big event on October 9th as held by Google.

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Latest Pixel 3 teaser keeps us guessing about Super Selfie Mode

Latest Pixel 3 teaser keeps us guessing about Super Selfie Mode

With Google's Pixel 3 reveal event just around the corner, the company has started pumping out teasers. Earlier this week, we saw a teaser that mocked the Pixel Ultra rumors from earlier in the summer, but this time around, the teaser has to do with an actual Pixel 3 feature. That's the presumption, at least.

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Yahoo Together is the new Yahoo! Messenger

Yahoo Together is the new Yahoo! Messenger

Yahoo still wants your data. Despite having basically proven its inability to protect its own customers, it’s still having a go at getting users to put more and more of their personal lives under its care. After all, it has a new owner, Verizon’s Oath, so maybe a new culture. And most importantly, it has a new chat service. After finally putting Yahoo! Messenger to rest and experimenting with a Yahoo-less Squirrel Chat, the company is now bringing out Yahoo Together. And, no, it doesn’t have an exclamation point in its name this time.

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ASUS ROG Phone coming to the US after all

ASUS ROG Phone coming to the US after all

Some may see it as a quickly passing fad but Razer sees gaming smartphones as a potential cash cow. But that might just be because it remains uncontested in the US, where none of the other gaming phones are available. That may change this month if its potentially biggest threat arrives stateside. That seems to be the implication with ASUS’ invitation for an October event that has ROG Phone written all over it. Figuratively, of course.

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