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As the countdown to the official release of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge gets nearer and nearer, the OEM has also been announcing their partnerships with designers for various accessories that can enhance the soon-to-be-yours smartphones, even just in terms of design.
Today Facebook is pushing their newest service, Instant Articles, bringing full News Articles to the public through Facebook alone. With this service, publishers like National Geographic will be bringing full-on articles and videos to Facebook without any buffer. The companies that work with Facebook this way will receive ad revenue, and Google will - essentially - be cut out entirely.
The name CloudPlayer can be a little confusing because there are apps already named as such. For one, there's Amazon's Cloud Player and several other cloud players available. CloudPlayer is yet another music player that lets you control your favorite music.
Do you have old school speakers and classic audio equipment at home that have been gathering dust? Even though they probably still sound awesome, analog music sources are very few and far between so they have become practically useless. But a new Kickstarter project called Auris bluMe wants to bring back these equipment to life by giving them wireless streaming power.
Back in the day, before there were computers or smartphones, kids (and even some adults) collected and played with trading cards of their favorite athletes or celebrities. The concept still hasn’t gone away and has just evolved into the digital landscape.
Setting aside the OnePlus-Cyanogen-Micromax drama last year in India, Micromax has recently introduced a new follow up to the YUreka Cyanogen smartphone . Almost half a year later, the company is introducing a second smartphone called the YUphoria.Micromax's YUphoria is an Amazon Exclusive offering. If you're interested, you can pre-register now and phone will start shipping on May 28 in India.
As our smart-devices become capable of doing more, it usually means that battery life takes a back seat, especially as smart-devices keep shrinking. Samsung researchers have developed a new method of constructing lithium-ion batteries that tackles the issue of extending battery life on a nanoscale.
If you like the idea of a smartwatch but want something that doesn't look like a smartwatch, the Vector may be just the thing for you. The Vector smartwatch looks more like a fashion watch than a smartwatch. The most impressive feature about the Vector smartwatch isn’t the style, but the super long battery life. The manufacturer claims that the Vector can go 30 days on a single charge.
Happy Weekend! Digital Media Weekender is a collection of our favorite digital media news of the week from BI Intelligence, Business Insider’s paid research service.CABLE NETWORKS EMBRACE STREAMING AND 'SKINNY BUNDLES' TO CURB SUBSCRIBER LOSSES:Earlier this week, Comcast announced that it will begin offering an internet-based streaming TV service, The New York Times reports.
Have you been eyeing LG's latest flagship handset since it was announced last month? Well, it's set to arrive in the US next week.T-Mobilebegan sellingthe G4online today, for $0 down and $25/month for two years or $599.76 if you're looking to part with a lump sum. The pink-hued carrier is looking to lure early adopters with an extra that'll make good use of that microSD card slot.
HBO CEO Richard Plepler just announced that itsnew cable-free streaming servicewill be available only on Apple devices (and PCs, per a press release) when it launches early next month. The price for HBO Now has also been confirmed at $14.99 per month, and it will be available in time for you to catch the season premiere ofGame of Throneson April 12th.
The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday released extensive details of how it would regulate broadband Internet providers as a public utility, producing official wording that almost certainly sets the stage for extended legal fights, Rebecca R. Ruiz reports.Opponents of the rules, including many of the leading Internet providers, spent Thursday poring over the document.