Samsung Drops Support For 2015 Galaxy S6, S6 Edge While Apple’s 2013 iPhone 5s Continues To Get Updates & Support

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Samsung has officially dropped support for the 2015 Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge smartphones while Apple’s 2013 iPhone 5s continues to get updates and support even today. Here are the details.

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Huawei Mate 10 Pro drops to $650 in US

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Nearly a couple of weeks ago, we told you about Huawei Mate 10 Pro getting a $ 100 price cut. Well, in case you missed that deal, there’s no reason to get disappointed as the price has dropped further. The smartphone is currently going for $ 650, down $ 150 from its launch price tag of $ 800. All major retailers including Amazon, Best Buy, B&H, as well as Newegg are offering the deal. You can choose from blue and gray color options (black is still going for $ 1,200). For more information, head to the Source links below. Source 1 2 3 4

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iTunes 12.7.4 drops with all-new Music Videos section for Apple Music members

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Following today’s iOS 11.3, tvOS 11.3 and watchOS 4.3 releases, Apple also launched iTunes 12.7.4 for Mac and Windows with music videos and playlists for Apple Music members…. Read the rest of this post here


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Wirecutter’s best deals: The UE Roll 2 Bluetooth speaker drops to $50

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Dual-SIM Samsung Galaxy Note8 drops to $700 in US

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First its price fell to $ 790, then to $ 740, and now the Samsung Galaxy Note8 has dropped to an all time low of $ 699.99. A Top Rated Plus eBay retailer is currently offering the 64GB factory unlocked model at this price. As for available color options, the list sadly only includes black at the moment as all other colors are out of stock. No information on when the deal ends, and as is usually the case, the listing just says limited quantity available. For more info, head to the Source link below. Source

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Apple tanks in new reputation survey, drops from 5th to 29th

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Apple reputation survey

Through thick and thin, Apple has maintained a good standing with customers for years, but based on the results of a recent survey, the most profitable company in the world’s reputation may be slipping. On Tuesday, Reuters noted that Apple dropped from 5th place all the way down to 29th in the most recent edition of the annual Harris Poll Reputation Quotient poll. Apple ranked as highly as second place just two years ago, making this a precipitous fall.

As Reuters explained, the poll has been conducted every year since 1999, and this year surveyed over 25,000 adults from December 11th to January 12th on the reputations of the “most visible” companies in the world.

Apple wasn’t the only major tech brand to take a spill, either. Google, which ranked 8th in 2017, dropped all the way to 28th, just one spot above Apple. John Gerzema, CEO of the Harris Poll, told Reuters that the most likely reason for the collapse was because neither are introducing groundbreaking devices at the rate they used to.

“Google and Apple, at this moment, are sort of in valleys,” Gerzema said to Reuters. “We’re not quite to self-driving cars yet. We’re not yet seeing all the things in artificial intelligence they’re going to do.”

But while Apple and Google floundered, other tech giants have managed to improve their reputations or hold steady near the top of the chart. Amazon, for example, is once again on top after taking the crown four of the previous five years. Tesla jumped up from the nine spot all the way to number three as well (thanks in no small part to all of the rocket launches), while even Facebook managed to climb out of the gutter to a respectable 51st.

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Android Messages v3.0 drops KitKat support, prepares notification improvements, more on purchases and enhanced chat features [APK Teardown]

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Android Messages just hit version 3.0. While hitting a new major version number might be an occasion for big things in some apps, this one appears to be a simple incremental step up from version 2.9. While there aren’t any immediately obvious changes on the surface of this update, there are some things happening under the hood. It looks like support for KitKat has been dropped with this update, leaving behind about 12% of previously supported Android devices.

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Amazon’s Fire TV stick drops down to $25, 4K Fire TV to $45 for Prime members

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Cut the cord.

Amazon has dropped the price of its Fire TV Stick down to $ 24.99, and the 4K Fire TV down to $ 44.99 for its Prime members. This is a savings of $ 15 and $ 25 respectively.

If you’ve been considering cutting the cord, or want to add some streaming options to a new TV in your home, this is one of the best ways to do it. You can also get the Fire TV 4K for $ 35 when you prepay for one month worth of DIRECTV NOW service.

This deal is exclusive to Prime members, but don’t worry if you aren’t one. Right now you can sign up for a free 30-day trial of the service to take advantage of the discount and other benefits.

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Google Drops Support For Nexus, Pixel C Devices From iPhone 6s-Era While iPhone 5s Continues To Get OS Updates

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The Android P update, currently going through the developer preview stage of testing, will see all Nexus-branded phones and the Pixel C tablet removed from support.

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T-Mobile drops required down-payment for Samsung Galaxy S9+ on JOD

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TmoNews obtained a copy of an internal document that was effective immediate. The memo was dated March 3 and introduced a new pricing structure for the Samsung Galaxy S9+. When pre-orders for the Galaxy S9+ first launched, the phone was available for $ 120-down and $ 30 per month on T-Mobile’s JUMP! On Demand lease plan for well qualified buyers. T-Mobile is making a change to the pricing and is offering well qualified buyers who upgrade on the lease program to get the phone with no down payment. The memo explains that those who pre-ordered a Galaxy S9+ on March 2 and onwards would be…

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