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Leaked images show off Moto G5S and Moto G5S Plus

By DailyNews | OnThursday, May 25th, 2017 - No Comments »
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Remember that Moto roadmap that leaked last week? The lineup included a couple of new Moto G models, and now clear images of those phones have made their way online. Images that claim to show the Moto G5S (above) and Moto G5S Plus (below) have leaked. The two phones look pretty similar, each boasting a full metal body with visible antenna lines, round rear camera housings, front-facing cameras with flashes, and a pill-shaped fingerprint reader below the displays. One notable difference between. 

Android Pay may be coming to Canada May 31

By DailyNews | OnWednesday, May 24th, 2017 - No Comments »

Though people in the US have been enjoying Android Pay for a long time now, Canadians haven’t been so lucky. Thankfully, rumor has it that the mobile payment service is coming to Canada by May 31. The release of Android Pay in Canada follows the very recent expansion to Russia. It will allow you to pay wherever contactless payments are accepted, though bank support is a detail that remains to be released. It will work with “major credit and debit cards in Canada”, but exactly which. 

Google Photos rolling out new Archive feature

By DailyNews | OnWednesday, May 24th, 2017 - No Comments »
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Google wants to make it easier to clean up your main camera roll in the Photos app, especially for those who might not want to have some photos visible at all times but don’t necessarily want to delete them, either. As noted by Droid-Life, Google today began rolling out a new Archive feature for Google Photos. With it, users can select a photo or video and then archive it into a separate folder. That way they aren’t deleted, but they also aren’t cluttering up the main photo viewer,. 

Amazon Echo Dot sale cuts $10 off regular price for a limited time

By DailyNews | OnWednesday, May 24th, 2017 - No Comments »
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Amazon recently kicked off deals on refurbished versions of the Echo and Echo Dot — the refurbished Echo deal is still happening — and now you can now save some cash on a new Echo Dot, too. For a limited time, Amazon is selling the Echo Dot for $39.99, which is $10 off its normal asking price. This deal applies to both the black and white versions of the Echo Dot. The Echo Dot is meant to be a low-cost way to get Amazon’s Alexa assistant into your home. While it’s not quite as powerful. 

Samsung Galaxy S9 codename rumored to be ‘Star’

By DailyNews | OnWednesday, May 24th, 2017 - No Comments »
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With the Samsung Galaxy S8 now on the market, it makes perfect sense that we’d start hearing about the company’s flagship phone to replace it, even if it is about a year away. According to a report from South Korean publication The Bell, Samsung has chosen the codename “Star” for the Samsung Galaxy S9. And for the bigger variant, Samsung has apparently opted to go with “Star 2.” Unfortunately, considering we’re so far out from a release, there are no other. 

Samsung’s Gear 360 camera launches May 25 for $229

By DailyNews | OnWednesday, May 24th, 2017 - No Comments »
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Earlier this year, Samsung not only lifted the curtain off the Galaxy S8, but also a brand new Gear 360. Samsung didn’t go into detail about when the new Gear 360 would launch or how much it would cost at the time. Instead, it detailed the camera’s features, like 4K video recording, capabilities live streaming, smartphone support, and the ability to take still photos with a 15-megapixel camera. Today Samsung officially announced that the new Gear 360 will go on sale this Thursday,. 

The OnePlus 5 will feature a Snapdragon 835 processor

By DailyNews | OnWednesday, May 24th, 2017 - No Comments »
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Like last year, OnePlus has decided to use the weeks ahead of any planned unveiling of its next flagship to start teasing the bits and pieces that will go into making it a real device. Now OnePlus has taken to its forums to talk about performance for the upcoming OnePlus 5, confirming what we already expected: The OnePlus 5 will boast a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor under the hood. That’s the top-of-the-line chipset at the moment, so the upcoming OnePlus-branded flagship will have plenty. 

T-Mobile begins new promo to attract Verizon customers

By DailyNews | OnWednesday, May 24th, 2017 - No Comments »
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T-Mobile has announced a new promo that is designed to attract Verizon customers to its network. Titled #GetOutoftheRed, the campaign offers Verizon customers the opportunity to switch to T-Mobile and have their qualifying device paid off in full when choosing a T-Mobile ONE plan with device protection. Qualifying devices for the promotion include the Google Pixel and Pixel XL, as well as the Apple iPhone SE, 6s, 6s Plus, 7, and 7 Plus. The key to getting the device paid off is in joining a T-Mobile. 

Subpac M2 wearable bass system review

By DailyNews | OnWednesday, May 24th, 2017 - No Comments »
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The biggest problem with big subs is that they disturb everyone around you. If you live alone in a house, a subwoofer makes sense (at least during the day). But if you have others living with you or if you live in apartment, bass can be a problem. Only being able to use your expensive home theater system during the middle of the day on days off sucks! The Subpac is an interesting product that aims to solve that issue. While a subwoofer uses a speaker cone to fire bass everywhere, the SubPac uses. 

Google’s new Family Group makes it easier to share in Photos, Keep, and Calendar

By DailyNews | OnWednesday, May 24th, 2017 - No Comments »
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Google wants its users to share content as quickly and easily as possible, which is why the company has been rolling out features to make that a possibility. For instance, at the tail-end of 2015 we saw Google roll out Google Play Music family plans. And more recently it launched Family Library, which lets a certain number of people share books, movies, and more. Now Google has a new “Family Group” to make sharing even more content with all of them even easier. It begins rolling out.