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From Flex to Fold: Samsung eyes Foldable Device Next Year

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Another year is yet to unfold, and it seems that Samsung is ready to surprise us with their latest offerings next year. In 2013, we were surprised with their Galaxy Round, a curved screen handset that creates a movie-like experience on mobile, while this year, we saw more high tech wristwatches that have SIM and able to call, text, and browse the internet without any connected smartphone. Next year, it was reported that the South Korean tech giant is planning to release the first foldable smartphone. Aside from mobile phones, the screen technology may also find its way into tablets and wearable devices, as Samsung CEO Kwon Oh Hyun was quoted saying that there’s still plenty of “room for improvement.” So, what can we really expect from this bold move of the company?

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Europe’s telecom tie-ups signal big shakeup

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Calling a “Back-to-the-Future” moment is that Europe’s telecom companies strive after to acheive faster video delivery video.

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Vodafone agrees to buy Spanish network

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Vodafone tries to expand operations in its primary European market and thus has agreed to buy Spain’s Ono for 7.2 billion euros.

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Answers to questions about cellphones in flight

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Telecommunications experts hope that passengers’ cellphone data can help locate the missing Malaysian jetliner are next to zero.

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Japan net retailer Rakuten to buy Viber for $900M

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Japan’s net retailer Rakuten is going to fortify its positions on the mobile app market thanks to acquiring Viber for $900 million. The deal is approved.

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California leaders push for smartphone kill switch

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California authorities have pushed smartphone manufacturers and vendors to make the devices support smartphone kill switch feature.

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Sprint restores plan for faster phone upgrades

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Sprint has launched “Easy Pay” plan designed to help customers upgrade their phones much faster.

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Sony launches SmartBand with life-logging app

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Sony unveils the new Smartband and Core

Sony delivered another wearable device – Sony SmartBand with Core. The device is connected to an Android smartphone wirelessly through Lifelog app.

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Compare Honor 3X vs Honor 3C Specs – New Cheap Huawei Android Phones

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New cheap Huawei Android phones are now available for pre-order. Check out Honor 3X vs Honor 3C specs and price.

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Israeli start-up seeks to end roaming charges

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Huge roaming charges can become a thing of the past soon. Israeli start-up Cell Buddy works on a technology to end charges in most countries.

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