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Byte is the name of Vine’s successor and is launching in Spring 2019

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As hard as it is to believe, it’s been almost two years since Twitter officially shut down Vine in January 2017. Vine’s founder Don Hofmann shared a logo for “V2” last December suggesting that a sequel to Vine was in the works, and now almost a year later, we know what it’ll be called and when we’ll be able to play around with it.

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Need training to master Adobe Creative Cloud? Name your price!

There’s never been a digital design software suite as powerful, popular, or pervasive as Adobe Creative Cloud. It’s a set of apps that can essentially create and/or manipulate pretty much any form of media — and without much hassle. As you’d expect with something so robust, though, this means a potentially steep learning curve to learn and harness its breadth of capabilities and nuances.

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Samsung Galaxy Watch hands-on preview: Another Gear in all but name

The ‘Gear’ may be gone, but these are very much the same watches we know.

Samsung’s wearable strategy has settled into a groove the past few generations, with each smartwatch offering the same basic story: a circular display with a rotating bezel that runs Samsung’s own operating system and has tons of features for health and fitness tracking. The new Galaxy Watch may have a different name, dropping “Gear” altogether, but it’s primarily more of the same.

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Spigen Liquid Crystal Glitter Case for Samsung Galaxy S9+ review: A big name for a thin case with lots of luster

Spigen’s glitter case has style, shine, and soft color that plays well with phone grips and Samsung’s subtle details.

Spigen is known for cases that can deliver at every price point and level of protection, but unlike brands like Otterbox or UAG, Spigen is known for bodyguarding our phones without brutish bulk. While some of us may want to lock our beautiful Samsung Galaxy S9+ inside Fort Knox and forsake any semblance of thin, grace, Spigen knows  [Read More…]

Name your price! 8-part productivity, security, and optimization PC software

Score up to eight programs for your computer for as much as you’re willing to spend. Worth nearly $ 300, it can be yours for whatever you decide. $ 50? $ 25? $ 20? You pick. The Ashampoo bundle features productivity, security, optimization, and operational titles.

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Jabra Elite 65t review: Familiar name shows off something a bit different

The Jabra Elite 65t is a set of truly wireless Bluetooth earphones with a unique design and a nice set of features. But is the performance worth the price? Read on for our complete review on Jabra’s latest and greatest.

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Samsung confirms Galaxy S10 could see a name change

With the Galaxy S9 revealed at MWC 2018, it didn’t take long for attention to turn to the next version of the Samsung device. The Galaxy S10 is the next logical number in the scheme for the device Samsung has lined up for next year but the company suggests it could take a different route […]

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Android O is version 8.0, but we still don’t know its name

This is a full point release in terms of features and importance.

The speculation over what Android O’s “tasty treat” nickname will be continues, but we now know that Android O will be marked as version 8.0 of the operating system. With Nougat currently topping out at Android 7.1.2, we have wondered how big of a leap Google would eventually claim Android O is — and apparently it thinks O is worthy of a full point designation.

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LG is releasing a mobile payment app, and you’ll never guess the name

Get ready for LG Pay, at least if you live in South Korea.

The mobile payment world just got a little more crowded, according to the Korea Herald. LG is deploying the entirely obviously named LG Pay in South Korea with the help of four credit card companies and big plans for expansion. LG Pay is expected to compete directly with the more well known Samsung Pay by offering a different approach to emulating regular cards in magnetic stripe  [Read More…]

Lenovo backtracks and will try to turn Motorola into a household name again

In a recent interview, one Motorola executive shared that the company may have plans to move away from the Lenovo branding in the near future.