Burgundy Red Samsung Galaxy S8 debuts

November is a month, often associated with falling leaves and Samsung got inspired as well. The company launched new color option of the Galaxy S8, named Burgundy Red. The phone is already available in South Korea. Screenshots from the Samsung Mobile Korea video In a picturesque YouTube commercial, Samsung Mobile Korea unveiled the new phone. The front stays black as usual, while the back is now dark red. All the scenes take place in a warm, fuzzy environment with plenty of sweaters and long coats. The Galaxy S8 arrives in Korea with Exynos 8895 chipset. It has 4 GB RAM…

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Razer Debuts Cutting-Edge Mobile Gaming Phone

Razer has unveiled its Razer Phone, a handset that clearly targets gamers. It boasts the world’s first 120 Hz Ultramotion display, which has the potential to deliver fast refresh rates and provide the smoothest graphics available on a mobile smartphone. “It’s common knowledge that I’m obsessed with my smartphones. I play a ton of games on them, and they’re my go-to for streaming content,” said Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan. “We have wanted to make a phone with gaming-level tech for years, and the Razer Phone delivers in every way we imagined.”
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Noon Home Debuts New Way to Light Up Your Life

New company Noon Home officially launched on Thursday and simultaneously unveiled its Noon Smart Lighting System, after two years of raising funds and developing products in stealth mode. The Noon Smart Lighting System blends ambient, task and accent lights to layer lighting, improve the way a room looks. It consists of a Room Director switch and companion Extension Switches, which communicate via Bluetooth. The Room Director, which has a glass touchscreen OLED display, clips into the Noon Base at the light switch.
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Amazon debuts a new Appstore app with better discovery, focus on Amazon Coins

 Amazon’s Kindle app isn’t the only mobile app from the company getting a makeover today. Amazon has also now quietly introduced a new version of its Appstore app for Fire TV, Fire tablets and Android devices. The new store features a visual redesign and an increased focus on Amazon’s own virtual currency, Amazon Coins. Read More
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