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Samsung sings praises of new Android 4.0-powered Galaxy Music

Samsung today announced the Galaxy Music, putting to bed recent rumors of a smartphone with high quality audio experience.  Powered by Android 4.0 Ice Cream ...

Google and Samsung reportedly pairing for 10.1-inch super tablet

Google and Samsung are partnering for a super-tablet that will knock the iPad completely out of the mobile space, according to new reports.  Ok, so ...

Samsung unveils Galaxy Music Android smartphone

Samsung has unveiled a new smartphone that runs Android 4.0 called the Galaxy Music. Samsung says that the mobile phone has a dedicated music key ...

Samsung ATIV S Windows Phone shows off acres and acres of live tiles in video (update: pulled)

Why does the ATIV S feel so elusive? It's not that we don't know its basic specs -- it's a 4.8-inch phone that ...

Samsung Galaxy S III Jelly Bean update arrives in Korea

Samsung’s slow roll-out of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean for the Galaxy S III continues, with South Korean users next in line to get the updated ...

Google 10-inch Samsung Nexus tablet tipped to roast iPad 3

Google’s next Nexus tablet is likely to be a co-branded collaboration with Samsung, insiders claim, and giving the Nexus 7 a high-resolution 10-inch bigger brother. Unlike ...

Samsung announces Android 4.1 availability for Galaxy S III in South Korea

It was pretty much inevitable, and true to its promise, Samsung has announced the availability of Android 4.1 for the Galaxy S III. ...

Verizon teases black and brown Galaxy S III models for the subtle crowd

AT&T might have nabbed Verizon's color for the Galaxy S III, but that doesn't mean Big Red subscribers will be left out. The ...

UK government and industry heavyweights set up 5G Innovation Centre, want to go one better

The UK is almost ready to flip the switch on its first LTE network, but it's determined to be at the forefront of ...

64GB Samsung Galaxy S III appears on Italian retailer’s website, marks the start of a selective rollout

It looks like Samsung is making good on its promise to produce a 64GB Galaxy S III in the second half of the ...

Samsung Galaxy S III is T-Mobile’s all-time best-selling device

T-Mobile has been working hard lately to up their game as a contending carrier — they just bought MetroPCS, and they hired a new CEO ...

Samsung creates F2FS file system for NAND flash storage, submits it to the Linux kernel

Has the lack of NAND flash storage-optimized file systems been bugging you? Then you've got something in common with Samsung, which has developed ...

Nordic retailers list a Galaxy S III ‘Mini,’ insider info or wishful thinking?

While it's not as complex as one of the region's twisty crime dramas, the story surrounding the Galaxy S III Mini has taken ...

Samsung Galaxy Note II review

More Info Samsung Galaxy Note II hands-on Samsung Galaxy Note II unveiled ...

T-Mobile: Galaxy S III is our all-time best-selling device

T-Mobile’s best-selling device of all time is a phone that has only been available for a few months.  A tweet from the nation’s fourth-largest carrier ...

Samsung releases Galaxy Note II source code, gives modders a big fish to fry

If you've managed to stretch your hands around a Galaxy Note II smartphone already, but were hoping to get a custom ROM on ...

Engadget UK Giveaway: win a Samsung Galaxy Note II courtesy of MobiCity

Samsung's Galaxy Note II is one of the biggest phones this year, both figuratively, and literally. The OG Note stretched palms when it ...

Refresh Roundup: week of October 1st, 2012

Your smartphone and / or tablet is just begging for an update. From time to time, these mobile devices are blessed with maintenance ...

Mobile Miscellany: week of October 1st, 2012

If you didn't get enough in mobile news during the week, not to worry, because we've opened the firehose for the truly hardcore. ...

Samsung Galaxy Note II Review

Samsung’s new Galaxy Note II arrives with some heritage to explain it, though a 5.5-inch smartphone can still take some explaining. After its first-gen predecessor ...

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Modern romance online

The modern incarnation of romance is very different than what society has used in the past. With the new technology that exists, people are able to meet individuals from all around the world and have a whole variety of different dating experiences that are unique. Moreover, technology has allowed people to find the romances they desire with ease. We’re going to focus on how technology is helping to move our relationships forward faster and better than ever before!How Technology is Simplifying LifeTechnology is changing the way that people live all across the world. It has simplified many of the issues that people face in terms of communication and connectivity. Instead of not seeing our friends and family when they travel abroad, we can simply log into our device of choice and communicate. Moreover, communication is instant, works across borders, and allows us to leave messages that can be read at a later date. In short, technology has made every element of communication simpler for people in terms of business, personal lives, and more. When applied to the topic of online romance, you can see why people are so excited. You can chat anytime and from any place around the world, a topic we will expand on in the future!Find Someone Online from Around the WorldThe possibilities on the internet are nearly endless. A person can travel just by sitting down at the computer, see the wonders of the world, study the traditions of every country they can think of, and see animals from the Red Book. We can write to a friend in Italy or a relative in Finland. We can even see the sunrise in a different time zone than our own. The bottom line is that modern technology is nothing short of incredible! Using Iwantu.com to make new friends allows you to capitalize on all the best parts of an online dating service. There, you can watch the sunrise with friends from all over the world! All those things we described are features that you can experience on the site! This website will give you the chance to connect with people like never before. Even if you have not dated someone in a long time, the ease of communication will translate to more frequent dates for you. Anyone can find a partner using these websites!Technology is Our Best FriendIn reality, technology is our best friend when it comes to romance. It makes the world a lot smaller and more accessible to people that would never have the ability to enjoy it otherwise. With romance, it helps people that would never be able to meet come together. You could find someone that is from the same city but lives and works in a separate area. You would probably not meet during the course of your normal lives, but when you use a dating site, you will find them! That would lead to a much more interesting romantic lifestyle for you. Not only do you get to meet a unique set of people, but you can actively look for individuals with a certain kind of personality, culture, religion, or body type. Anything is on the table in terms of finding people that have what you need in a match. Technology really is our best friend in every way possible, making life and love more accessible than ever before.The modern incarnation of romance is going to look unfamiliar to most people. It’s a form of connectivity that is filled with technology, and it intertwines with tech in unusual ways. Now, you can sit at home and have the time of your life getting to know someone from halfway around the globe. That means that nothing and nobody is off-limits now, giving you a greater chance of getting the kinds of dates that you’ve always wanted. That’s not all there is to online dating, though. You will be able to schedule and have dates at times that were once unreachable to you. Weeknights, middle of the day, and even at work- these are all times that you can seek out partners and have a great time thanks to the developments in the realm of technology!EDITOR NOTE: This is a promoted post and should not be viewed as an editorial endorsement.

Rollova: Digital ruler measure works by rolling across objects

Pretty much anything and everything we work with is digital. Our homes are becoming increasingly smarter and the tools we use are changing right before our eyes. Look around and you’ll see digital and smart things in the kitchen, the home office, and even the shed.The Rollova 2.0 is a digital tape measure that’s designed to measure surfaces both straight and uneven. All one has to do is roll it over surfaces to get a measurement. Indeed, it can be used to size things all the way up to 83 feet.The Rollova 2.0, on sale for just $76.99 right now, is the perfect companion for carpenters, do-it-yourselfers, crafty types, and general homeowners.Whether checking to see if that couch will fit through a doorway or sizing up the layout for your new posters, the Rollova 2.0’s digital OLED screen will measure things with a .4 percent tolerance. In other words, it’s damned accurate.Rollova 2.0Replacing your traditional ruler with a pocket-friendly gadget10000:1 high-contrast ratio OLED screen provides brighter display & outstanding energy efficiencyMeasures everything from flat surfaces to curved objectsFull stainless steel body combining the best of ruggedness, precision & styleCompact size for measurement on the moveIt’s a small unit that’s built to last, thanks to its stainless steel body. When not in use, it tucks away nicely in its genuine leather case. And should you wear down the rubber tire or damage it, there’s a spare that comes in the box.After a successful campaign on Kickstarter where it nabbed $105K, the Rollova 2.0 Digital Ruler is available to consumers for $89. AndroidGuys readers, however, can save 13% on one and get it for just $76.99.Best SellersEarn Credits!For every $25 you spend in the AG Deals Store you get $1 credit added to your account. And, if you refer the deal via social media or an email that results in a purchase, you’ll earn $10 credit in your account.First Time Buying?If this is your first time buying, you are also eligible for 10% discount! Just be sure to subscribe for email updates.Free StuffNot looking to spend any money today? No worries. You can still visit the AndroidGuys section for freebies and pick something anyhow.

Razer Opus review: This ain’t no game

It looks a lot like Sony's Bluetooth noise cancelling headphones, but the Razer Opus offers almost as much for a

Redmi 10X phones offer dual-SIM 5G support at an entry-level price

With the emergence and popularity of 5G, companies like Redmi and Realme lead the charge in making 5G phones more accessible (read: affordable) to the masses. While the Redmi 10X series might be otherwise considered just another 5G phone, what makes them stand out is their ability to hold dual-5G SIM slots. This is something no other phone in the market currently offers.Redmi 10X and Pro – twice the 5G, half the priceXiaomi this week unveiled a handful of new phones, with the Redmi 10X and the Redmi 10X Pro the stars of the show. We briefly talked about the rumored phone a few days ago, but this feature is a complete game changer!Most phones currently in the market only support 5G on the first SIM slot, if at all. The second SIM slot will operate on 4G or LTE and that means if you run out of data or lose reception on your first SIM, you receive slower speeds when switching to the second SIM.The unique selling point of the Redmi 10X series comes in its ability to host two 5G SIMS in the same phone. In the aforementioned scenario, even your secondary SIM (if 5G capable) can let you continue using 5G in case your primary SIM isn’t able to deliver it to you.This is a remarkable feature for a smartphone and it’s all made possible by a brand new processor. Made by MediaTek, the Dimesnsity 820 is a mid-range chip that set to take on premium CPU manufacturers like Exynos, Kirin, and even Snapdragon.Both phones have very similar specifications. They share the same display (6.57″ 1080p AMOLED with HDR 10), for instance, with in-display fingerprint sensor, standard 60Hz display with a super-fast touch response rate.Additionally, each has the same RAM and ROM, USB-C port, headphone jack, IR blaster, and 4,520 mAH battery.  The Redmi 10X pro offers 33W fast-charging while the Redmi 10X has 22.5W fast-charging.The main differences in the phones come down to the cameras; however, the Redmi 10X Pro also offers NFC whereas the Redmi 10X does not.The Redmi 10X has a triple-camera setup: 48-megapixel main camera, 8-megapixel ultra-wide, 2-megapixel depth, and the front camera has 16-megapixels.The Redmi 10X Pro offers a quad-camera setup: 48-megapixel main camera, 8-megapixel ultra-wide, 8-megapixel 3x telephoto with 30x digital zoom, 5x hybrid zoom and Optical Image Stabilization, and topped off with a 5-megapixel macro camera. The front has a 20-megapixel camera.PricingRedmi 10X64GB/6GB – $220128GB/6GB – $250128GB/8GB – $290256GB/8GB – $330Redmi 10X Pro128GB/8GB – $320256GB/8GB – $360What are your thoughts on the new phones? Let us know in the comments section below.