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Bixby 2.0 gains a developer SDK, available on additional devices, and sounds more natural

Samsung announced Bixby 2.0 at its annual developer conference, and there’s a lot to talk about. Last week, a report surfaced with the claim that Samsung would be announcing a brand new version of Bixby on October 18 at its … Continue reading

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Microsoft’s free Face Swap Android app sounds fun, practical and fairly ‘sophisticated’

You should reserve judgment until downloading it (for free) and taking it for a spin, but Microsoft’s Face Swap Android app looks interesting on paper. The post Microsoft’s free Face Swap Android app sounds fun, practical and fairly ‘sophisticated’ appeared … Continue reading

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How to enable system sounds on your Android device

Part of having a modern smartphone is the media experience. Today's Android phones rival about any desktop system when it comes to audio and visual cues for the way you interact with them. Case in point — audible alerts for … Continue reading

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Lock Screen Widgets on Windows Phone? Sounds Like Android

Back in the day I was a Pocket PC guy. One of the most useful features of that platform was its Today screen. There it listed my contact information (just in case my PDA went on walkabout) , my unread … Continue reading

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LG Optimus G Sure Sounds A Lot Like The LS970 Eclipse

A few months back, we heard about a rumored superphone from LG, offering a quad-core processor, LTE support, and a beefy 2GB of RAM. Model LS970, we also knew it as the LG Eclipse, and some documents that surfaced in … Continue reading

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