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Samsung Galaxy Fold Impressions

Samsung Galaxy Fold is the newest smartphone from the giant Korean tech heavyweight.  It officially comes out April 26 in the United States. It will be available for pre-order in the UK and Europe the same day. As the name suggests, the smartphone folds, allowing for a wider screen than the typical smartphone, but at almost $2,000, it will be one of the most expensive smartphones on the market.  Here are some things of note from the Samsung Galaxy Fold.  We think you might be impressed.


The Galaxy Fold has a screen that folds in on itself like a book. This provides improved protection for the screen. Samsung reportedly spent about ten years designing [...]

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Common Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and S10e problems and how to fix them

Samsung’s new Galaxy S10 range is gorgeous and extremely powerful. But they’re not perfect, and you may discover some issues with your new phone. Here are some of the most common Galaxy S10 problems and how to fix them.

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Samsung Galaxy Fold review: Potential and promise, not a product

You can’t deny the Fold’s technical achievements, but you’d also be hard-pressed to justify buying one.

We’ve been waiting for this day for years. Once an item of science fiction, we finally have our first taste of real, honest-to-goodness, foldable smartphones. With no separate screens or weird caveats; the Samsung Galaxy Fold has a single display that folds in half, and continues to work after hundreds of thousands of repetitions. It’s a technical achievement that took Samsung nearly a decade of development, and what we can only assume is a staggering amount of research spending.

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Mobile Passport app introduces Plus subscription, charges for features that were previously free

If you’re a U.S. passport holder or a Canadian with a B1 or B2 visa, you’ve probably found the Mobile Passport app to be an exceptionally expedient solution to getting past the immigration queues and out of the airport. But the latest update has brought a paywall to features you’re used to getting for free.

Version 2.18 of the app, developed by Airside Mobile and endorsed by U.S. Customs and Border Protection, introduces Mobile Passport Plus: a $15 annual subscription for the ability to photo scan passport information and save that information within the app, all without encountering any ads. Read More

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This awesome $75 camera drone folds up to the size of a smartphone

There’s a ton of stuff to appreciate about that Holy Stone HS160 Shadow FPV Camera Drone, which is currently available on Amazon for $75. It’s got all the basic features you would expect in a quadcopter plus some nifty extras like one-button lift off and landing, as well as altitude hold and an HD camera. But our favorite thing about it is the fact that it has foldable arms and collapses down to the size of a smartphone so you can store it just about anywhere. How cool is that!?

Holy Stone HS160 Shadow FPV RC Drone with 720P HD Wi-Fi Camera Live Video Feed 2.4GHz 6-Axis Gy…: $74.99

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