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Leak: Samsung Gear Fit 2 Fitness Bracelet And IconX Wireless Earbuds

Remember the Gear Fit? More than two years ago, everyone was excited to check it out because it was the first fitness tracker to feature a curved display that was supposed to hug your wrist and not look completely weird on it. The hype only lasted a couple of months as Samsung released wearable upon wearable dragging the Gear Fit into oblivion by sheer intra-brand competition. It seems that the concept wasn't completely abandoned though as Samsung is gearing up (oh snap!) to release a second generation of the product.

According to Evan Blass (aka Evleaks), the Gear Fit 2 should be more curved and thus more ergonomic to wear, and it'll also have a GPS chipset to allow for more data tracking while running or biking for example.

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Google Releases An Android TV Remote App For iOS

Android TV may not have caught like wildfire, but it's still an affordable and interesting set-top box offering. If you've already bought a Nexus Player or SHIELD TV unit for example and you've been met by glares from a couple of your family members who own iPhones and iPads and can't control the darn thing with their devices, then you're in for a small surprise today.

Almost two years after it first unveiled Android TV, Google is now releasing the corresponding remote control application to the iTunes App Store. The app looks exactly like the Android app we all know and works in the same way.

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Running Low On Battery When Ordering Pizza Or Grocery Shopping? ASUS Proposes You Speed Rap Or Buy A Zenfone Max

What do you do when your phone is running low on battery and you must make a phone call because the wife expects you to do some grocery shopping before you get home or because your tummy has started rumbling and your only path to salvation is through the gooey cheese-stuffed crusts of a pepperoni pizza?

Well, you either whip out your speed rapping skills that you innately acquired that very moment to blast through an entire conversation in a few seconds, or you wish you were using an ASUS Zenfone Max with its 5000mAh battery to never, ever, have that problem in the first place.

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G5 SE Reviewed By Russian Blog Before Release, Expected To Be A Lite Version Of The G5

The LG G5 is available now, and while it's not garnering great reviews, LG appears to be pushing on with the whole replaceable module idea. Russian site [email protected] has been able to get ahold of the G5 SE, a lite version of the G5, and has reviewed the phone before its official release.

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As was reported a few days ago, the G5 SE isn't that special; it's essentially a lower-spec version of the G5, packing less brunt for less money. The 4GB of RAM in the flagship has been downgraded to 3GB, while the new Snapdragon 820 has been similarly taken down a peg to the Snapdragon 652.

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Stable Version Of Chrome 50 Hits The Play Store

Google has deemed Chrome 50 ready for public consumption.

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Google Rolls Out Small Tweaks To Google+ App (v7.7) And Web Interface

Google is always making little changes here and there that aren't worth going into detail on, but you add up enough little changes and baby, you got a stew going. Er, I mean a post. A blog post... like this one. At any rate, the Google+ app has been updated to v7.7 and the web got a feature update a few days ago.

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Verizon Is Finally Ready To Deliver The Droid Turbo 2's Marshmallow Update

Sometimes you have to wait a long time to get the announcement that the latest version of Android is coming to a device that you own. That period of time can be agonizing, especially when you have your eyes set on a particular feature.

The experience is only made worse when the announcement doesn't bring an update any closer.

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HTC Announces The One S9 With A MediaTek Helio X10, 2GB Of RAM, And 5-Inch 1080p LCD

It would appear HTC is not done with the "One" branding. The company has just announced the One S9, a device that appears to slot into the same not-quite-flagship space as the A9. In fact, it looks like a cross between the M9 and the A9. This device comes with a MediaTek SoC and just 16GB of on-board storage, so it's not exactly competition for the HTC 10. You probably won't be able to buy it where you live anyway.

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[Deal Alert] NVIDIA Offers SHIELD Android TV Buyers A Second First-Party Controller Free ($60 Value) For A Limited Time

NVIDIA's SHIELD is the best stand-alone Android TV device on the market... in an admittedly limited field of competitors. At $200 with an included controller, it's at a fairly premium price for a set-top box (the top-of-the-line Roku streaming gadget is $130, for example). But if you plan to take advantage of its unique PC game streaming capability or NVIDIA's growing stable of exclusive Android games, it's not unreasonable for two bills. Now the pot gets a little sweeter: for a limited time, NVIDIA will throw in a second controller with a SHIELD TV purchase.

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BlackBerry Priv Receives Android 6.0, Carrier OTA Updates Going Out Starting May 3rd

Marshmallow is now making its way to BlackBerry's flagship, and only, Android device.

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