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Samsung’s New Smart-Devices Indicates A Glimpse Of What It Has For The Future

Samsung is set to announce its new smartphones on Wednesday. The event would introduce their new products of the Galaxy series phones, S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra.

Star Wars Game Sets A Sky-High Limit to Give Unprecedented Experience

Star Wars Games is all set to experience a Big Bang in their gaming galaxy. Douglas Reilly, Vice-President of Lucasfilm Games has recently informed that...

Signal Messenger App Crosses 1.3 Million Downloads On Tuesday

Signal, a private messenger app reaches the peak spot on Google Play and iOS App Store on Tuesday. The free app stood at #1...

Scott Pilgrim: Ubisoft’s Favorite Brawler

Scott Pilgrim, Bryan Lee O’Malley’s graphic novel series, remains iconic. Does Ubisoft’s adaptation of it live up? Pilgrim is a complicated character with a...

CES 2021 Gives General Motors An Opportunity To Drop Teasers

CES 2021 went completely digital this year due to the pandemic. General Motors used the event as an incredible opportunity to drop several teasers...

LG Rollable Smartphone Might Be One Of The First Smartphones To Come Out This Year

The President of LG Electronics teased viewers at the CES that the LG Rollable might come in early this year. And CES has been...

Lucid Motors Searching For Special Purpose Acquisition Company For $15 billion

Lucid Motors is an automotive company that specializes in creating electric-vehicles. It was founded in 2007 with a different name Atieva. Previously, the firm’s...

How The Rise Of Mobile Technology Has Changed The Content Streaming Market 

Technology rarely stands still but instead keeps evolving. With each evolution, it changes the way a lot of things used to be and how...

Telegram Finds Itself With 500 Million Users As Tension Over Whatsapp Grows

Telegram has been one of the most popular apps for messaging in the cryptocurrency space- and has currently passed over 500 million active users...

Mark Zuckerberg Says Donald Trump Is Banned From The Social Media Platform

While Trump allegedly used the platform to unionize a riot in the U.S. Capitol, Mark Zuckerberg banned the sitting president from the platform, indefinitely....

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