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Samsung Rumored To Announce 'Gear 360' VR Camera Alongside The Galaxy S7

Virtual reality is the hot new-ish thing these days, but making your own fully immersive 360-degree content is far from a simple experience. Samsung might be getting ready to release a companion to the Gear VR called the Gear 360. According to SamMobile, it's a 360-degree camera that records video using two 180-degree fisheye lenses.

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Barracuda Is Shutting Down The Copy Cloud Storage Service On May 1st

Love the idea of cloud storage providers but don't want to trust your data with the big guys? One more of your options is about to go away. Copy, the cloud storage service from Barracuda, is shutting down on May 1st, 2016.

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There Were 10% Fewer Tablets Sold In 2015, According To IDC

Android tablets have never been considered the best options on the market, but according to the International Data Corporation, they're not the only ones performing worse than they did in years past. Across the board, tablets aren't leaving store shelves the way they used to.

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Twilight Adds Support For Android Wear And Android TV

Twilight aims to make your phone screen less damaging to your sleep cycle, operating on the idea that blue-shifted light screws up your circadian rhythms. There's some evidence behind this, but you could only put it to the test on your phone. Now you can take advantage of the sleep-friendly screen Twilight filters on your watch and TV as well.

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February Nexus Factory Images Are Now Available For Download [Update: Security Bulletin Up]

Google is keeping up with its promise to roll out monthly patches for Nexus devices, and it's really on the ball this time. The factory images for the February update are already available for download from the Google developer site. There are also some updated binaries for devices that need them.

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[Update: Now Available] Honor 5X Will Go On Sale In The US January 31st For $199.99 At Amazon And Newegg

Huawei's latest attempt to break into the US market comes by way of the Honor smartphone brand, specifically the Honor 5X. David thought it was pretty good for $200, and now you're mere days away from coming to your own conclusion. The Honor 5X goes on sale January 31st (Sunday) for $200.

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Front And Back Views Of The Galaxy S7 And S7 Edge Leak Ahead Of Announcement

While he no longer hides behind the cloak of @evleaks, Evan Blass is still in the habit of leaking things. In recent days, that's meant leaking images of the still-unannounced Galaxy S7. We've now got front and back shots of the device, and they look rather familiar.

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Hopper App Update Lets You Book Flights, Save Payment Information, And Store Traveler Profiles

Hopper is a mobile app whose primary goal in life is to save you money on airplane tickets. Enter when and where you're flying, then wait for the app to come up with the most affordable way of making your trip. The journey may involve leaving in the middle of the night and waiting longer than you'd like, but hey, you're saving money on your flight. With the latest update, this piece of software will help you book it too.

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NVIDIA Gives The Original SHIELD Tablet Some Marshmallow Love With Update 4.0 [Update x2]

NVIDIA rolled out the Marshmallow update to the SHIELD K1 tablet late last year, but what of the shockingly similar original SHIELD Tablet? It was left to suffer on Lollipop. At the time, NVIDIA said we'd see an update in early 2016. Maybe this isn't as early as owners hoped, but the Marshmallow update is now rolling out.

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NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet K1 1.1 Update Adds Security Patches, Improved Wi-Fi, And Plenty Of Bug Fixes (Including One For Doom 3)

After getting Android 6.0 in December, the NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet K1 is now getting a follow-up with plenty of tweaks under the hood. First, we have the latest round of security patches. You may not notice those, but this release also includes better Wi-Fi connectivity and improvements to legacy apps that should lengthen battery life.

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