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With a lot of promise: Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
The fast, powerful, and beautiful Galaxy S7 phone is definitely 2016's all-around phone to beat. Almost everything about the 5.5-inch S7 Edge excels from the inside out, and Samsung has refined the extra navigation software that dresses up the screen's physical curves.The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is a big upgrade over last year's S6 Edge, with nearly every element altered and upgraded in some way, showing the brand is still working out how to best position the jewel in its smartphone crown. Given the S6 Edge swept up nearly every best smartphone award in 2015, will the S7 Edge really be able to match up? Technology     GSM / HSPA / LTE

Dimensions    150.9 x 72.6 x 7.7 mm (5.94 x 2.86 x 0.30 in)
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Posted by : MeroGadget, Posted on : Feb 6th 2016, 8:16AM

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9to5Mac

In the days following Apple’s record Q1 earnings announcements, Apple CEO Tim Cook and other top Apple executives held a Town Hall meeting at the Infinite Loop headquarters in Cupertino to reveal new announcements and take attendee questions. Multiple sources in attendance at the event said that Cook as well as newly appointed Chief Operating Officer Jeff Williams each spoke and made announcements and teases related to new employee benefits, future iPad growth, Apple Watch sales, future retail stores in China, Apple Campus 2, and the future product pipeline. Cook also fielded questions from the audience, attempting to reduce concerns related to the company’s iPhon

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Posted by : MeroGadget, Posted on : Feb 3rd 2016, 9:53AM

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techradar

Your iPhone can do so much for you, it will quickly become indispensable. But frequently checking your emails, making FaceTime calls and watching streaming video all inevitably sap the iPhone battery.

This isn't a problem if you're somewhere you can plug in your iPhone for a recharge, but all too often you'll start seeing low battery alerts on your iPhone's screen when you're far from a socket. But this doesn't mean there's nothing you can do!

iOS 9 has a new low-power mode, which detects when the iPhone battery is at 20% of its power, and alerts you to the fact. If activated, it will halt Mail fetch, background app refresh, automatic downloads and visual effect

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Posted by : MeroGadget, Posted on : Feb 1st 2016, 4:29AM

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engadget

Waiting to see if Samsung can rekindle its smartphone sales streak with Galaxy S number seven? You won't be waiting long: media invites, as well as a tease-next-to-nothing teaser video have both surfaced, with the most salient points being that the new Galaxy S will be revealed during the annual mobile flood of Mobile World Congress (in Barcelona, amigo), and that you can expect to sit through an hour of feature rundowns and poetic pontificating on February 21st. (Or, wait on a super cut of the most important parts.)

The teaser video, embedded for the sake of it existing, includes a guy decked out in Samsung's Gear VR headset. Maybe there will be some virtual reality features

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Posted by : MeroGadget, Posted on : Jan 27th 2016, 10:35AM

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The Telegraph

Messaging apps are beginning to try becoming platforms in their own right, but it's not clear that people want it
When Facebook spent $19bn (£13bn) buying WhatsApp two years ago, the price tag raised more than a few eyebrows. The smartphone messaging service was wildly popular, with some 450m users around the world, but the mathematics of the deal were hard to stack up at the time. Users paid 99 cents a year for the app, which allowed them to send text messages, photos and videos over the internet, although around 300m had downloaded it before a subscription fee was introduced. So to get to $2bn in revenue, the app would need 2.3bn users – a third of the world’s

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Posted by : MeroGadget, Posted on : Jan 20th 2016, 8:11AM

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MeroGadget.com

 Best Selling Samsung Smartphones of 2015 in Nepal
In the modern era where smartphones and other gadgets have a great impact on everyone’s life, the year 2015 introduced a wide range of electronics. Popular brands introduced a wide range of smartphones which were enjoyed by the buyers in Nepal.
Samsung is one of the very well-known brand which is the largest multinational that retails all types of electronics. Samsung introduced a wide-range of smartphones in the recent years. As the demand for smartphone increases, buyers tend to look for easier ways to shop for them.

Whenever a new model is introduced, buyers from everywhere gather around shops t

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Posted by : MeroGadget, Posted on : Jan 18th 2016, 7:16AM

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worldstuffs.com

Surpassing an era where laptops were must-haves, it’s amazing to see how tablets have created a whole separate market for themselves. Taking into account multiple elements including performance, battery life, screen quality and more, we present you with 10 of the tablet choices this New Year. In case you don’t find a pick out of the 10, don’t worry as there are many more to choose from.   Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro Sporting a distinctive design

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Posted by : engadget.com, Posted on : Jul 31st 2014, 6:48AM

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engadget.com

 Japanese carrier KDDI has just announced a new HTC J Butterfly, a handset which resembles the HTC One in specs but with features aimed at its home market. Like a lot of other Japanese devices, the 5-inch, full HD handset is waterproof, for starters, in case you feel like taking fish photos. For that, HTC has brand new cameras: a 13-megapixel rear dual-camera model, with a selfie-friendly 5-megapixel front shooter. That differs from the One M8's 4-megapixel Duo "Ultrapixel" camera; KDDI instead calls it a "Duo Effect" camera with features like depth-of-field adjustment. Filling out the spec sheet are a Snapdragon 801, 802.11ac WiFi, LTE-Advanced, 150Mbps 4g, 2GB of R

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Posted by : engadget.com, Posted on : Jul 29th 2014, 5:42AM

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engadget.com

 Sure, Samsung just launched its 105-inch ultrawidescreen, Ultra HD TV, but if spending $120,000 on such a screen is probably out of reach there may be a solution. For the the budget minded-consumer, we'd recommend taking a look at LG's 105-inch 4K (they call it 5K, because of the expanded number of pixels horiontally) set. Beyond coming with an integrated speaker (value!), if we're reading this machine-translated Korean press release correctly, in Korea it's priced at 120 million won, or about $117,000 and will start shipping in just a few days. That way, you can buy one of these and a nice 65-inch TV for your kids instead of that college education they wanted. During CES we'd heard th

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Posted by : engadget.com, Posted on : Jul 27th 2014, 5:08AM

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engadget.com

    So you want a gamepad to play that new platformer on your Windows PC, but you don't relish the idea of buying an expensive peripheral that will collect dust after you're done. Are you stuck using the keyboard? Not if Ideum has its way -- it's updating its GestureWorks Gameplay virtual controller app with Android support, letting you use your phone or tablet to steer the action instead of either a real gamepad or on-screen buttons. You can still tailor the controls for specific titles, so you won't have to settle for a sub-par experience just because you jumped from Castle Crashers to Bastion. The new software supports more graphics standards, too, so more of your favorite gam

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Posted by : engadget.com, Posted on : Jul 20th 2014, 8:32AM

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engadget.com

 High-speed photography can be daunting if you're not a seasoned pro. You may have a fast camera and flash, but you probably don't have the gear (or people) you'd need to get that frozen-in-time look in most situations. MIOPS' new camera trigger might make it easier to take high-speed shots all by your lonesome, though. By itself, it can tell a DSLR to take a shot and fire your flash when it detects light, motion or sound; you can capture lightning the moment it strikes, or your cat the moment it bolts across the room. The device supports external sensors like pressure pads, too.   It really comes alive if you pay for the Ultimate variant, which adds remote control from a Bluetoo

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