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Samsung Galaxy S8: Most Fragile Phone Ever?

Written By: Cassandra Bondie According to such credible sources as ValueWalk, Motherboard, and Business Insider, the Samsung Galaxy S8 may be the most fragile phone ever manufactured. ValueWalk notes that the S8 has been “hugely popular” and “obviously expensive” – but also extremely fragile. The good...

Backdoor Opened: Millions of Android Phones Susceptible to Hacking

Written By: Cassandra Bondie In November of 2016, hackers gained access to more than one million Google accounts by infecting Android phones through illegitimate applications. Email, photos, documents, and more were accessed by the hackers, who were discovered by computer researchers at Check Point. The hackers,...

Several Companies Quietly Drop Support For Apple Watch

Written By: Cassandra Bondie Are consumers losing interest in the Apple Watch? Experts believe this may be the case, now that several companies like eBay, Amazon, and Google Maps have quietly pulled support for the wearable. The drop took place during the most recent application updates for all three organizations....

Samsung Phone Causes Pocket Explosion in Ohio

Written By: Cassandra Bondie “I could be dead.” Those were the words of Dorthiea Preston, a seventy-two-year-old resident of Lorain, Ohio. Preston claims her Samsung Gusto 3 cell phone exploded in her pocket on April 22. “It was a real loud bang,” she told Fox 8 News in Cleveland. “I mean loud. I was...

Six Things To Know About The Galaxy S8 and S8+

Written By: Cassandra Bondie The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ have been released and the world is curious about the features of the phones. After the shaky release of the Galaxy S7 and Note 7, Samsung is working hard to change the conversation about its status as a leader in cell phone development. Here are six things...

Keeping Your Smartphone Clean

Written By: Cassandra Bondie Believe it or not, your iPhone or Android device could have more than twenty-five thousand germs per square inch, according to a microbiologist at the University of Arizona. That’s more than ten times the germs per square inch on a public toilet seat. This is likely because our phones...

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