Blue Apron Takes over BN Ranch to Increase Supply of High Quality Meat

In a world where everything seems to be more fabricated than natural, we have forgotten the real essence of what reality is all about. With food, most seem out of touch with organics. The produce available on the market is mostly treated. You can’t seem to go around the idea of consuming your meal without […]
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A Review of the Asus Chromebook Flip C302

Don’t forget that unlike the Apple stuff, this is a “premium” Chromebook because it’s well-built, has a fast processor, and costs around $500. That put’s this Asus Flip C302 in the same class as the Samsung Chromebook Pro and Samsung Chromebook Plus. This one is a little bit of both. Google doesn’t seem to realize […]
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Android O Redefined Functionality in Mobile User Interface

Cell phones have been an integral part of our lives. As with time, it has evolved in ways more beneficial to us users than we can ever imagine. One selling factor for mobile phones is its features. A user may be particular with the memory, performance, audio, appearance or price; still, it runs on a […]
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Virtual Reality May Help Treat Speech Disorders and Social Anxiety

For people suffering from social anxiety or speech disorders such as stuttering, there may be a virtual reality system that can help. Virtual reality is an emerging technology that people are discovering have so many uses other than just gaming. Different applications are being discovered from the use of VR. Of course, it all started […]
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Android Wear 2.0 Begins Slow Rollout

Google confirmed this week that some Android Wear devices will see the 2.0 update in the coming days. Specifically, the Fossil Q Founder, Casio Smart Outdoor Watch, and Tag Heuer Connected should all begin to receive Android Wear 2.0 today, with the majority of devices updated by April 4. Google first announced Android Wear in May 2016, but didn’t ship the wearable platform until early February. Google hasn’t said if or when other existing Android-based smartwatches will see the update. A small handful of new smartwatches are shipping with the refreshed platform, including the LG G Watch Style an G Watch Sport.

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Coolsmartphone Podcast 200 In My Right Pocket…

We’re back and in a bit more of a timely fashion compared to the last Coolsmartphone Podcast recorded Live on YouTube. Coolsmartphone Podcast 200 In My Right Pocket is now available to download via your client of choice or to listen to here on Coolsmartphone.com.

This week Matteo, Garry and Khellan discussed the LG G6, The Huawei P10, aspect ratios, screens and other happenings in the world of mobile technology and consumer tech. Get in touch on Twitter @CSP_Podcast if you would like to correct us or let us know your thoughts.

Until later this week, when we will record a special edition of the Coolsmartphone Podcast, happy listening.

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  • Cinemood is a Pint-sized Projector for Kids, and some Adults

    This pint-sized handheld projector may look like retro technology especially for those who grew up in the 1980’s and 90’s with some sort of kiddie projector that could be projected to the ceiling to view photo slides or selected kid’s movies. But Cinemood is a different projector and is coming off a successful Indiegogo campaign […]
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    Galaxy S8 to Cost $750, S8+ to Cost $850: Carriers Share Launch Details

    Samsung’s new Galaxy S8 and S8+ smartphones will cost $750 and $850, respectively. The phones share almost all features other than size and both ship with 64 GB of internal storage. The phones will be available for preorder starting March 30 and should reach stores April 21.

    • AT&T: AT&T is offering a buy-one, get-one deal with the S8 and S8+ and will include the new Samsung Gear VR with controller in the bundle. Further, AT&T is selling the Gear S3 for $50 with an S8/S8+ purchase, provided the customer signs a two-year agreement. Last, AT&T is offering either the Galaxy Tab E or Gear S2 for 99 cents with a service agreement.
    • T-Mobile: The S8 will cost $30 month on a T-Mobile installment plan, and the S8+ will cost $30 per month, too, with a $130 down payment. T-Mobile is offering the S8 and S8+ with a free Gear VR. T-Mobile says MetroPCS customers will have access to the Galaxy S8 when it reaches stores April 21.
    • Sprint: Sprint has yet to announce its Galaxy S8 launch plans.
    • Verizon Wireless: Verizon is offering the S8/S8+ for as low as $15 per month with an eligible trade-in. Without a trade-in, the S8 cost $30 per month and the S8+ costs $35 per month for 24 months. Verizon is offering the Gear VR bundle for free, but a $99 upgrade includes Harman Kardon headphones and a 256 GB microSD card.

    Source: Phone Scoop – Latest News

    Samsung Galaxy S8 to Be First Gigabit LTE Phone

    Samsung and Qualcomm today said the Galaxy S8 and S8+ will be the first handsets to ship with Gigabit LTE capabilities. The high-speed data connection is possible thanks in part to the Snapdragon 835 processor and accompanying X16 LTE modem. Together with Qualcomm’s TruSignal adaptive antenna tuning technology, 4×4 MIMO, carrier aggregation and 256 QAM, the S8 and S8+ will feature the fastest-possible cellular data speeds. AT&T and T-Mobile said the S8 will be able to take advantage of these higher speeds on their pre-5G networks later this year.

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