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Smartphones are getting more and more expensive, but flagships from a year or two ago are still good devices – I should know, my main phone is still a 2016 Google Pixel. If you’ve been looking for an inexpensive phone, or even a secondary/backup device, today might be your lucky day. Daily Steals currently has several refurbished Motorola phones on sale at steep discounts, when you use our exclusive coupon codes.

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Apple steals Google’s A.I. wiz to make Siri smarter

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John Giannandrea used to be in charge of Google’s artificial intelligence division, but now he works for Apple.  He’s leading the drive to make the company’s Siri voice assistant smarter, a goal many would agree is overdue.  This is the most high-profile move yet in a ongoing drive to hire more talent for the Siri […]

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Have you been looking for a device to play around with Android P on? Or perhaps you just want a nice phone on the cheap? Daily Steals is currently offering refurbished units of the first-generation Pixel and Pixel XL in both 32GB and 128GB storage variants for incredibly cheap in all colors and both 32GB and 128GB storage variants, as well as free $ 10 gift cards and an additional discount exclusive to our readers.

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Samsung Galaxy S9’s Display Steals the Throne from iPhone X

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Samsung’s Galaxy S9 has unseated the iPhone X as having the best smartphone display on the market, according to analysis results published by DisplayMate. The Android flagship scored top-tier display performance across the board. In fact, the S9’s display has become the first (and only) to receive an “All Green” rating in every category DisplayMate […]
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PSA: Watch out for this malicious Reddit knock-off that steals your password


Redditors might want to pay extra close attention when visiting their favorite website: There is a malicious Reddit copycat that looks precisely like the real thing – but has been designed to quietly steal your username and password. What makes the fake Reddit especially intriguing is that it seems to produce an almost identical live replica of the actual site. Here are two screenshots to compare; the former shows the real thing, and the latter – the knock-off: As you will notice, the fake instance of “the front page of the internet” uses the Colombian top-level domain .co instead of…

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Samsung Steals Apple’s ‘Perforated Holes’ Idea to Eliminate the Notch

By now, most of us who’ve seen the iPhone X can say with confidence whether we love or hate the notch. Regardless of your personal preference, it should be known to all that the notch is here to stay for the next few generations of iPhone..

While there’s plenty of evidence suggesting the notch will ultimately be slimmed down (or eliminated entirely), Apple’s fiercest rival in the phone space recently come out swinging with its own concept of a thinner, discreet, and inherently “more advanced” solution of its own.

Samsung’s Perforated Hole Patent

Published by the World Intellectual Property Organization last week, Samsungs patent No. WO 2018/012719 A1 describes and illustrates a truly “edge-to-edge” OLED display design, featuring small perforated “holes” within the glass, which would house components like the front-facing camera, earpiece, speakers, and more.

As noted by the Dutch-language tech blog, LetsGoDigital an all-screen design like this would allow Samsung to conceal its front-facing components under the glass — effectively side-stepping the need to incorporate a sensor bar like we see on the iPhone X (and to a lesser extent, on the Android-powered Essential Phone).

The patent goes on to detail other key aspects about the concept, such as how digital content like photos and videos stand to benefit from the screen’s substantially decreased “dead area” meaning the unusable screen space currently occupied by the notch.

Too Little, Too Late?

Conceptually, Samsung’s vision of a discreet next-generation ‘notch’ solution is certainly novel and forward-thinking, albeit consistent with the South Korean company’s (generally half-assed attempts) at mimicking Apple’s prized technologies.

More importantly, while Samsung’s design might seem like a promising evolution in the style and functionality of its Galaxy devices, what’s described in the company’s inherent patent is — technologically speaking — just a watered-down version of what Apple is already rumored to be working on.

Apple’s Perforated Hole Patent

In January of last year, it was revealed by an Apple patent that the company may be working on a similar “perforated hole” design, describing a method by which iPhone would be able to hide these crucial components under its display glass.

Unfortunately, while Samsung’s plans are not clear from the patent, it’s still interesting to see the Galaxy maker come up with a solution which eliminates most traces of the notch.

Apple, however, is already at least 2.5 years ahead of the competition both in terms of technology and design. So while iPhone X might not be your ‘cup of tea’ for the time being, we have plenty of reason to believe the notch as we know it will see a major transformation in the years to come.

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Snag these black AirPods clones for $36 [Deals & Steals]

Do AirPods cost too much? We all love Apple’s sleek white Bluetooth earbuds, but they aren’t exactly cheap. However, we found a set of highly rated AirPods clones on sale today for just $36. And they come in black! We’ve also got some Bose noise-canceling headphones and $30 off an Apple TV in today’s edition […]

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Week 46 in review: OnePlus 5T steals the spotlight

After a month of teasing and a ton of leaks the OnePlus 5T finally made its official debut this week. The first 18:9 smartphone by the young company comes with a new take on the dual camera where the second module focuses on portraits and low-light rather than zoom. vivo also introduced a new phone this week. The v7 is a slightly smaller version of the popular v7+ with a lower price tag and half the internal storage. Otherwise the two models are identical down to the impressive 24MP selfie camera and 14nm Snapdragon 450 chipset. As the last major announcements of the year are behind…

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Samsung knows how to make some damn good flagship hardware, and they have been doing it for a number of years now. While the Galaxy S7 is about 20 months old now, it still boasts a display, build quality, and form factor that some still find desirable in this age of bigger devices. If you’ve got a hankering for a smaller smartphone without compromising too much on hardware and price, use our exclusive Daily Steals coupon code to buy a refurbished 32GB S7 for just $ 225 — about a quarter of the going rate for many of today’s flagship smartphones.

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If you’re into frugality and football (or what us commoners call “soccer”), we’ve got a deal that could make your weekend. Use our exclusive Daily Steals coupon code to purchase a brand new, unlocked BLU Vivo XL2, with a case and screen protector in tow, for a mere $ 129.99. Hop on that deal and you’ll also give yourself a chance at winning a five-day, all-expenses-paid trip to Spain, including premium seats at the Real Madrid vs.

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