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Galaxy Note 4 already receiving May security patch in India

Samsung is already rolling out the May security patch to the Galaxy Note 4 in India. The update comes in at 378.38MB, and there isn’t much in the way of what’s new according to the changelog, which only mentions the usual stability and bug fixes. 99 more words

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Samsung Gear 360 launches in Korea alongside Galaxy J series

Samsung has launched the Gear 360 in South Korea for 399,300 Korean Won, or the equivalent of $350. The 360-degree camera is now available for purchase online in the country, and will be heading to over 450 stores starting from May. 113 more words

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ESPN Classic on-demand videos head to Roku and Apple TV

Sports fans with ESPN Classic on demand might spend the next few weeks glued to their screens. The company is giving them access to over 600 hours of archived programming. 21 more words

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Test drive the PC-optimized 'Forza 6: Apex' on May 5th

Last September, Microsoft released Forza Motorsport 6 for PC and Xbox One to feed the ultra-realist gamer’s need for meticulously-detailed racing. But back in March, Microsoft announced a re-release of Forza 6 specially crafted to run on Windows 10 (… by #Engadget… 7 more words

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Google's got a new travel app, but it's not ready for the masses

Google’s cooking up a new travel app that combines the best of Maps with Now, the company’s prescient personal assistant. Except Trips, as it’s apparently called, is not quite ready for primetime (or the Google Play store) as of yet. 11 more words

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Supreme Court approves feds' request for greater hacking powers

The FBI found an ally in the Supreme Court in its quest to expand its hacking powers. Today, the highest federal court in the US has agreed to the changes made to Rule 41, giving judges the authority to approve remote access to suspects’ computers ou… by #Engadget… 6 more words

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Argentinean football club to offer dermal implants to its fans

Buenos Aires-based football team, Club Atletico Tigre, has taken an unusual step in managing access to its stadium. The club is considering offering its fans an implantable microchip that would grant them faster access through the gate turnstiles. 7 more words

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