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Samsung to launch app for users with upper limb disabilities

We sometimes take for granted the "freedom" and capability we have to use smartphones and tablets whichever way we want. But having a disability should not be a hindrance for people to enjoy using gadgets and getting the most out of digital life (in addition to real life of course). That's why we always get a kick out of companies that develop gadgets and apps to help those who aren't fully capable of using one or two or more of their senses. Samsung is about to launch an app that will cater to those with upper limb disabilities.

MIT develops a thumbnail-sized wireless trackpad

Ever experienced cooking or trying a recipe from YouTube? Cooking is easier nowadays thanks to the Internet. No need to buy those giant cookbooks or magazines because you can just Google a recipe. This NailO designed by MIT Media Lab researchers is a fingernail-mounted wireless trackpad that controls a smartphone, tablet, or a computer---perfect for cooking. It simply works as a remote control. How exactly? Just swipe across your thumbnail and you'll see your screen moving to your preferred direction or location.

Stunning pics taken with LG G4 used in new teaser video

As the unveiling of LG’s new flagship crawls ever nearer (that’s on April 28 for you LG fans out there), we are seeing new information on what we might expect from the new LG G4. A new teaser video has come out and it highlight’s the new devices camera – specifically the manual options available.

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Sony Smartwatch 3 gets new features with latest Android Wear update

Google really is serious with Android Wear and the smartwatch game. Why, the wearable platform was recently updated and has gotten phone free usage and new hands free gestures. Interaction has become more natural as well because you can now scroll through notifications cards "hands free". Flicking your wrist inward or outward to go through notifications is now possible. You can also draw on your smartwatch's face an emoji and watch will translate it to the closest emoji. This then will be used to send to a contact via Hangouts, SMS, or other instant messaging apps support.

New Sony Sound Bars announced, with Google Cast support

Creating your own home entertainment system for aural and visual pleasure has never been easier now, because of all these new products that OEMs have been releasing. Of course speakers have always been there, but now they're wireless, digital, and the latest and best ones have audio and video streaming support. Sony announced the pricing and availability of four of their newest sound bars, and one of the best things about them is that they can support Google Cast, so your music and music apps can be cast onto these high-quality speakers.

Sony announces new UltraHD 4K TV line, all with Android TV

If you think you’re ready to be blown away by 4K digital content, then Sony has got the answer for your TV needs. The Japan-based consumer electronics company just announced its new UltraHD TV line, all with 4K resolution, to start shipping in May but available for pre-orders now. The best part? All of the models come with Android TV.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A ready for pre-order in the US starting May 1

Finally, we have news about the Galaxy Tab A coming to America. The new budget-friendly is now ready for pre-order in the United States. We know there's there a 9.7-inch tablet version in Germany and yesterday, we were surprised to find out about an 8-inch model spotted at TENAA. But here in the US, Samsung is bringing the two models ready for all consumers. Unlike in Russia where the tech giant quietly announced the Android tablet, Samsung shared an official press release and has already set up a pre-order page for the Galaxy Tab A.