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The Galaxy S7 Edge may have just made me a Samsung convert

Historically, I’ve had a begrudging respect for Samsung flagships. I can objectively acknowledge the company makes very good, extremely popular phones, but I’ve never felt that the Korean manufacturer got everything right in a Galaxy S device. I’m not the easiest person to please, admittedly, but I’m finding myself irresistibly drawn to the Galaxy S7 Edge like never before. Don’t miss: all the biggest highlights of MWC 2016 With every previous Galaxy S phone I’ve always found a few too many decisions I didn’t like, missing features I desperately wanted or gimmicky add-ons I saw no use in. Despite the way the world fawned over the Galaxy S6 Edge, even it didn’t tickle my fancy because I thought it was largely unnecessary. The edge was new but it had no real purpose. If anything, I thought the S6 was the better option. The S6 Edge felt awkward with that sharp edge on the back, had a largely useless edge display, had dropped three popular Samsung features found in the Galaxy S5 – microSD…

Users of Android phone warned of the new viruses

(WIVB) - hackers can exploit any weakness they can find. Depends on you to make sure it is not easy to do. If you have an Android, you should know, more than 950 million of them are vulnerable to what is called the virus', Product.

Truth is, in reality it is not a virus, but the vulnerability could allow a hacker to access all the data on your phone, and the option to copy or delete.

In this case, it does not matter if you are careful not to download applications any suspicion. The virus could reach through an application that are already part of your operating system Android, the responsible for text messages. By default, it processes the incoming messages of the media without asking you first.

"This is to exploit a automatic activation in the phone, and when the phone receives a particular message or of a particular course of action occurs is done automatically, so that when you exploit something that happens automatically, you are aware of this, and therefore a large prop…

Android L Release Date and update information: Google Nexus devices can Get New Software First

So much has been talked about Android L since it was announced at Google I / O Developers Conference in June this year, but the release date of the software has not yet been revealed. However, it is very likely to see the light of day in the first week of November if reports are anything to go by.  Users of Android phones must be eagerly awaiting the launch of Android L, and it will come with a redesigned interface and smooth animations also improve battery life and is compatible with 64-bit processors. It is considered the most significant update Google has brought its mobile platform to date, even bigger than the leap from Gingerbread to Ice Cream Sandwich software.

It is reported that the HTC Nexus tablet will be launched in September to mid-October and come with Android Nexus 6 L. The X known as Nexus, expected to be announced on October 31, is also likely to come with the new software. Thus, it is unclear whether Google will launch the much awaited software with their devices or…