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AmpMe allows you to play same music across many different devices at once, including iPhone and Android, improving the resulting audio output thanks to there being more speakers in use across a wider space.

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Samsung has launched two new smartphones, the Galaxy C5 and Galaxy C7 which look like clones of the iPhone 6s. Here’s everything you need to know.

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Samsung has just announced its Batman-themed Galaxy S7 Edge Injustice Edition, which also ships with a matching Gear VR headset, and more. Here are the details.

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Regardless of whether your comic book allegiances lie with Marvel or DC, it seems that Samsung is ready to have your back with a customized hardware regardless of if you’re a hardcore Captain America fan, or prefer the mortal Batman, the Dark Knight. After working in partnership with the Marvel Universe to launch some limited edition Iron Man-themed devices, it’s now being suggested that the South Korean company is preparing for a partnership with the iconic DC Comics as part of a Batman-themed Galaxy S7 Edge handset launch.

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Roger app allows you to control your Amazon Echo and Alexa remotely from your iPhone or Android from anywhere in the world for free.

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Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge vs Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, here’s a full side-by-side specs and features comparison of Apple’s and Samsung’s current flagship smartphones.

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Google Play APK 6.7.12 Update: You can now download the latest Google Play Store APK 6.7.12 which brings with it a bunch of changes and bug fixes for issues that users have been facing for quite a while. Check the full details below.

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Much to the distain of many smartphone manufacturers around the world, it’s not unusual for celebrities and people in positions of power to be caught using one smartphone over another when they’ve been paid to endorse a particular brand, or even worse, when they are the executive chairman of a company that actually produces a rival platform. As an example, many people would expect Alphabet/Google Chairman Eric Schmidt to use an Android-powered device given his position of authority within the company that actually builds the Android OS, but that doesn’t appear to be the case.

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History has shown us time and time again over the years that all industries go through periods where all of the emphasis is placed on one trend that’s currently capturing the imagination of consumers. Where mobile is concerned, that current trend is most definitely virtual reality, with large and small companies around the world looking to release something in the VR space in the hope of getting in on the boom. One such company looking to capitalize on that particular area of interest is Chinese smartphone manufacturer OnePlus who is looking to tackle virtual reality in a big way with the upcoming OnePlus 3 smartphone, and a OnePlus Loop VR headset.

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It turns out that Google’s Project Ara might actually be about to turn into a real thing after Google today announced that it would be in a position to ship developer hardware to those who need it as soon as Q4 of this year, with consumer version set for release in 2017.

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At it’s I/O 2016 conference, Google has announced that it will be bringing Google Play Store and Android apps to the Chrome OS. It will be detailing the project to developers at a session to be held today at the conference.

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Google is planning to release a standalone Android Auto app later this year, which will allow users to take advantage of what the platform has to offer, but without the need for a specific Android Auto-compatible car.

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Google has made available for download Android N beta (Developer Preview 3) build NPD35K for Nexus 6P, 6, 5X, 9, Pixel C, Xperia Z3, Nexus Player, and some Android One devices.

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Google has announced Android Wear 2.0 for smartwatches and wearables. Here are all the new features in one single place, along with a video demo showing them all in action.

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Like a plethora of other companies and newly founded startups, Google is using its vast resources to dive two feet first into the world of virtual reality. The Alphabet-owned company has used the opening keynote of its I/O 2016 conference in Mountain View to introduce Daydream, a virtual reality platform that leverages the power and versatility of Android N as the underlying operating system. In its purest form, Daydream is a much more advanced successor to Cardboard, Google’s budget virtual reality technology that has allowed many more people to get involved in the world of virtual reality.

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The goodies just keep on coming out of this year’s Google I/O conference. Developers and technology aficionados will get to spend the rest of the week meeting Google engineers and dropping in on a variety of workshops designed to introduce the future of technology. However, the opening keynote is generally the place where the magic happens, and yet again it hasn’t disappointed with the introduction of Google Allo and Google Duo, two new apps coming to iOS and Android this summer.

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Google has used the opening keynote of its I/O 2016 conference to announce two new offerings. The Alphabet-owned company has introduced its own Siri/Cortana/Alexa-like personal digital assistant called Google Assistant, as well as an Amazon Echo rival called Google Home. Google CEO Sundar Pichai described the underlying technology within Google Assistant as a “conversational assistant”, whereas Mario Queiroz – VP of product management at Google – claims that the Home will come equipped with “strong bass and clear highs” that should eclipse the performance of the Amazon Echo from a musical enjoyment perspective.

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With Microsoft selling the Nokia brand, the Finnish company has announced its grand return back to mobile market with Android phones and tablets. Here are the details.

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Back in January, at CES 2016, mobile device case maker Speck announced Pocket VR and case accessory for iPhones and Samsung Galaxy devices. Given the virtual reality element, which is all the rage right now, it naturally garnered quite a bit of attention. If you too get giddy at the sight of all things VR and were eyeing the accessory’s release date, it’s time to draw out your credit card, because the Pocket VR with CandyShell Grip case is available to purchase right now for iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 and Galaxy S7.

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BitTorrent has today announced a new multichannel TV application that acts as the company’s own unique take on the live television experience. The multichannel video streaming application – called BitTorrent Live – will initially introduce shows and coverage spanning five key areas: news, sports, technology, youth culture, and music, and will launch on the Apple’s fourth-generation Apple TV platform in the first instance this week. In addition to offering immediate support for the tvOS App Store and Apple TV, the company has plans of grandeur to bring the BitTorrent Live experience to additional platforms later in the year.

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