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Samsung is reportedly testing a dual-screen smartphone prototype

Samsung is reportedly testing a dual-screen smartphone prototype

According to reports from Korean publications ET News and The Investor, tech giant Samsung will produce a number of prototype dual-screen smartphones this year. The company has already begun production on the device, say the reports, and plans to make between 2,000 and 3,000 units in the first half of 2017. These dual-screen devices...

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Another replacement Galaxy Note 7 has reportedly caught fire

Another replacement Galaxy Note 7 has reportedly caught fire

Another replacement Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has reportedly caught fire in Minnesota. The news comes just days after a replacement Note 7 caught fire on a Southwest flight in Kentucky (seen in the picture above), and all four major US cell carriers told customers they could exchange all Note 7 phones, replacement or not....

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Milwaukee Bucks reportedly compromise players’ financial information in email scam

Milwaukee Bucks reportedly compromise players’ financial information in email scam

The Milwaukee Bucks mistakenly released the financial documents of their players when an employee emailed the players’ 2015 IRS W-2 forms to a person impersonating team president Peter Feigin, according to Shams Charania of the Vertical. According to the report, the security breach included players’ addresses, Social Security numbers, compensation and more. The email scam...

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Google’s Echo competitor will reportedly be called Google Home

Google’s Echo competitor will reportedly be called Google Home

Google will unveil an Amazon Echo competitor called Google Home tomorrow, according to The New York Times. It’s not stated exactly what form the device will take — a speaker seems like a reasonable guess, but it’s only ever referred to as a “voice-activated home device.” Like the Echo, it’ll be able to answer questions...

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US surveillance court reportedly rejected zero spying requests last year

US surveillance court reportedly rejected zero spying requests last year

According to a Justice Department memo seen by Reuters, the United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, tasked with approving or denying electronic spying requests for foreign intelligence purposes, did not deny any requests made by the government in 2015. Continue reading… The Verge – All Posts

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Will Ferrell will reportedly star in one of two Uber-themed movies

Will Ferrell will reportedly star in one of two Uber-themed movies

Movies about Uber are apparently like buses — you wait an age for one and then two turn up at once. Both Universal Pictures and 20th Century Fox are working on Uber-themed comedies, according to the Hollywood Reporter, after both studios purchased projects within a day of each other. Universal’s as-yet-untitled movie, purchased for seven...

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Verizon reportedly plans FiOS overhaul with new internet-based set-top box

Verizon reportedly plans FiOS overhaul with new internet-based set-top box

Verizon is planning on releasing a new set-top box model later this year that could substantially change how it delivers cable and internet services to FiOS customers, according to a report from Variety today. The new device, codenamed “Mallard,” is said to incorporate technology from OnCue, an Intel internet TV service sold off to Verizon in...

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FCC reportedly close to approving Charter–Time Warner Cable merger, with conditions

FCC reportedly close to approving Charter–Time Warner Cable merger, with conditions

The Federal Communications Commission is close to approving Charter’s nearly year-old purchase of Time Warner Cable, allowing the two to merge into the United States’ second largest cable provider, according to The Wall Street Journal. The approval is reported to come with conditions, aimed at preventing the combined company from interfering with the emergence of online video...

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Sony is reportedly terminating its contract with Dr. Luke

Sony is reportedly terminating its contract with Dr. Luke

Sony Music Entertainment is reportedly ending its contract with superproducer Lukasz “Dr. Luke” Gottwald a year before it was set to expire. According to TheWrap, the decision is a consequence of Dr. Luke’s prolonged and complicated legal dispute with Kesha, the artist who’s currently fighting to liberate herself from her contract with both Dr. Luke...

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Olivier Vernon reportedly signs massive 5-year, $85 million deal with Giants

Olivier Vernon reportedly signs massive 5-year, $85 million deal with Giants

Vernon signed a blockbuster deal with the Giants, where he’ll be the featured pass rusher. Olivier Vernon has signed a massive five-year, $ 85 million deal with the New York Giants, according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network. The deal also includes a massive $ 52.5 million in guarantees. Vernon became a free agent...

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