Samsung sent out invitations for MWC 2017, Galaxy Tab S3 is coming

Samsung just sent out media invitations for MWC 2017. It’s almost clear that Samsung will not be releasing Galaxy S8 series at MWC 2017, so the rumors are suggesting that the South Korean electronics maker will unveil Galaxy Tab S3 at the event. It could be the biggest announcement from Samsung campaign this time around.

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Gaming hardware maker Razer Inc. acquires Nextbit, Great Things Are Coming

Nextbit has confirmed via its official Twitter handle that it was acquired by Razer Inc., who is professional in making hardware focused on gaming. Razer is a very familiar company to the people who loves gaming category. Meanwhile, Nextbit started a couple of years ago as a Kick Starter company, which pledged $500,000 based on the idea of “Cloud-first” smartphone.

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WSJ says Apple is close to get approval from Indian govt. to set up manufacturing plant

A report from Wall Street Journal says Indian government and Apple both are close to sealing deal that would allow Apple to manufacture its products in India. The news perfectly aligns with a recent report from DigiTimes, which claims that Apple is reportedly in talks with Indian based smartphone assembly company Wistron Corp.

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Google I/O 17 will be happening on May 17, 18 and 19 at Shoreline Amphitheatre

Official Google Developers account (@googledevs) has posted a tweet that hints at upcoming Google I/O 2017. The puzzle in the image has key information regarding the event. After decoding, it’s pretty clear that Google is holding Google I/O 2017 conference from May 17th to 19th at Shoreline Amphitheatre.

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Samsung reveals the reason behind Galaxy Note7 Battery Cell issue, two independent problems to blame

Samsung has finally revealed reason behind the Galaxy Note7 Battery Cell issues, which led the company to discontinue the device from the market just a month after official availability. It is evident that Samsung has taken a lengthy time to investigate the issue that caused Note7 devices to catch on fire.

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HTC will announce only six to seven smartphones in 2017, no HTC 11

HTC unveiled brand new ‘U Series’ smartphones U Ultra and U Play yesterday. These devices are receiving controversial comments right out of the bat for ditching widely using 3.5mm headphone jack and borrowing many features as well as design ideas from other Android OEMs (at least based on our readers’ opinions).

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