Our friends at Onelouder – who were once part of Handmark and the creators of Friendcaster and Tweetcaster for Android phones – have let us know that a new version of Friendcaster for Honeycomb tablets is out in beta form. It’s one of two alternatives to the official Facebook app (which isn’t even optimized for tablets yet). It’s free, of course, and you should expect the occasional bug here and there until this thing’s out of beta. It’s worth checking out so make no delay in grabbing it here.
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Google Assistant has added a whole new category of dad jokes to its arsenal: ones that involve sports.
A new series of images show off various interface aspects of the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus. The images also show a brief size comparison to the LG V20.
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more_vertQualcomm blocked Samsung
The Exynos chips have been made exclusively for Samsung phones, but apparently, Samsung tried to sell them to other manufacturers. A new report claims Qualcomm prevented that from happening.