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Samsung Acquires LoopPay?

For $250 million, Samsung has acquired LoopPay. This addition means that the Korean phone company has entered the mobile payment market. So what did LoopPay do? They’re the guys who invented the technology where you could use your phone case to pay at the credit card swipe. Now, Samsung’s master …

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Galaxy Tab S2: The iPad Killer

It hasn’t been officially announced yet, but details of Samsung’s next tablets have been leaked. If everything is true, then the rumors point to a June launch. So far, there will be two tablets going under the name Galaxy Tab S2. It’s unclear whether the tablets will have a 8-inch …

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The Moto 360 vs Apple Watch – Battle for supremacy

The Moto 360 and the Apple Watch are the most talked about smartwatches in the world. These two smartwatches run on 2 different platforms and are not cross-platform compatible. However there are some rumors about the Moto 360 support coming to iOS. So just to get the specs out of …

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Apple Watch “Patent”

Does Apple know what it’s doing? After a year of waiting, the company has finally received the patent, for their Apple Watch design, from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). And if we recall from April, they also have the patent for their Apple Watch bands. What does this mean …

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Apple wants to hire Samsung employees, it’s not a joke


It seems Apple has seen the potential behind Samsung and its employees and is now looking to hire professionals from the company to work on their own products. According to a report from The Korea Times, Apple has already started looking to recruit former or current Samsung employees, especially in …

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Motorola tells Ive how it is: Apple is outrageous


Motorola has found the criticism coming from designer Jony Ive as offensive and came through with a comeback that tells Apple and Ive how it is: Apple products are outrageously expensive. If you don’t know what we’re referring to here, you should read the extensive profile The New Yorker published …

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