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Best Buy announces Samsung 4-Day Sale

Best Buy is probably the best place to get the best deals of the best gadgets today. Okay, that may be an exaggeration of it becoming the best but the electronics retail giant is holding an exciting promo for fans of Samsung. Best Buy is having a Samsung 4-Day Sale which started yesterday March 25 and will end on Saturday, March 28. Be able to snag that Samsung smartphone, tablet, or wearable you've been wanting to buy during this exciting 4-day online promo.

Organize your notes in new Google Keep update

In case you have a gazillion notes saved on your Google Keep and the organized person in you is just screaming for some semblance of order, the folks over at Google have finally heard your cry for help. An update to the sticky note-ish app brings a way to bring order to the chaos by introducing labels. It has also made Keep a legit productivity helper by adding recurring reminders for the to-do notes that you, uhm, keep in it.

More HTC One M9 Plus leaks as Beijing event invite flies out

Well surprise, surprise. A day after we featured some “less than believable” mockups of what was purportedly the new HTC One M9 Plus – a bigger version of the newly launched HTC One M9 flagship, a la Apple's iPhone 6 Plus – we have an event invite coming out of HTC for an unveiling event in Beijing, plus a couple of images of more “solid” leaks pointing to the fact that the new phone might be closer to reality than we thought.

Samsung Gear VR finally available on Best Buy this Friday

Virtual reality is still relatively new. It may not be mainstream yet but there is certainly a market for it. Just recently, Samsung showed us how the Gear VR helped a father see birth of his child virtually---somewhat telling us that the headset has a great purpose. The South Korean giant is still working on making it work with other units like the upcoming Galaxy Note 5. Soon, this virtual reality gaming headset will be consumer-ready too.

Galaxy S6, S6 edge cometh April 10: here are our impessions

Samsung has finally announced the nitty gritty details, or at least some of it, when its prime smartphones launch in the US. The Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 edge will arrive in the US via multiple carriers, both postpaid and prepaid, and many, many retailers. This all starts on March 27, when you can put down a pre-order for either, or maybe even both, of the two. The smartphones actually won't be available until 10th April, so while waiting, why not join us as we give 2015's stars a spin.

HTC One M9 to begin selling in the US on March 27

The highly anticipated new HTC flagship smartphone, the One M9 will finally be arriving on US shores this coming March 27 online and in-store on April 10. Aside from the specs and features of their new baby, HTC is also including UH OH Protection for every purchase of the device, which gives users a one-time free replacement in case it sustains any damage within the first 12 months after purchase.

RHA T10 headphones review: literally music to our ears

When using our mobile devices, we usually make a lot of compromises. We compromise on screen size because we don't really want to carry around our 27-inch 2K monitors. We compromise on power because we can't really fit an Intel Core i7 or an NVIDIA GTX in our pockets and even if they could, they'd burn a hole right through them. One thing we don't need to compromise on, however, is audio. Regardless of what speakers our smartphones come with, we can always rely on headphones or speakers to keep up to the beat. RHA's T10 in-ear headphoneis the hero of this story, but can it really save the day? Read on to find out.

Facebook launches new products, tools to connect family of apps

Facebook's annual developer conferences, F8, is just one day over, and already they've made major announcements in terms of new platforms, products, and tools to take advantage of the social media giant's entire portfolio of apps. The biggest ones concerned their Messenger app, which has now been opened for developers, and the preview of the upcoming Businesses on Messenger platform where businesses can interact directly and one-on-one with customers.

Facebook Messenger opens up its platform to developers

We knew this was coming, as all its competitors are moving in this direction. Facebook finally announced that their Messenger app is now an open platform where developers can develop their own apps to enhance the users' messaging and communications experience. They've also released the initial 40 or so apps which allows people to express themselves in more creative and multi-media rich ways.
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