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galaxy s6 edge

 

On Match,1st Samsung will be officially revealing it's new flagships (Galaxy S6 - Galaxy S6 Edge) at the MWC 2015 in Barcelona. Today, T-Mobile US sign-up page just revealed a photo (above) of the Galaxy S6 Edge with a curved side display with a title "It's almost Here".

 

The clearly visible metal body and curved display suggest that we are looking at the Edge variant of the Korean giant's next flagship. A number of leaks have already suggested that Samsung will reveal two versions of the Galaxy S6.

 

Stay Tuned on YouMobile and to find out everything about these upcoming smartphones.

 

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sex appeal

 

Too many rumors and too many leaks. Now, AT&T is getting into the act by showing the same an image of the upcoming curved-body flagship  "Galaxy S6 Edge". The only difference is the color scheme used on each teaser.

 

The same "Six Appeal" line is at top which pretty much confirms that Samsung is the source of the Galaxy S6 image used by both mobile operators. Besides the wrap-around glass that will cover each side of the phone, we can also see a power button that appears to have been moved toward the back of the handset. The home button near the bottom of the phone is also visible.

 

The Galaxy S6 will be formally introduced on March 1st at MWC 2015 in Barcelona. That is next Sunday.

 

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S6 Active

 

Samsung is preparing for a new Galaxy S6 variant, as the Korean giant used to with every new flagship, it will get an "Active" version with tougher build. Today, Samsung Galaxy S6 Active SM-G890A has been spotted on Samsung's official User agent profile website... this still only a rumor thought.

 

This rumor isn't really backed-up by much information and for now the sole thing that hints at the Galaxy S6 Active is the model number. The mystery device is branded as SM-G890A, which some people speculate is very similar to the model number of the AT&T version of the S56 Active, namely SM-G870A.

 

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Although there was not an iota of doubt regarding existence of the soon to be launched Samsung Galaxy S7 edge (or its name), an official confirmation from Samsung's own website is surely an important thing before the launch.


They recently added a new page about the edge screen features on the website where the company lets developers download SDKs and other similar development kits. This page is not only dedicated to description the edge screen features, but also used to show the devices in which they will be used. The most likely candidates, the Galaxy S6 edge and Galaxy S6 edge+ are listed just like the Galaxy S7. Hence the existence of the flagship device along with the name is officially confirmed.


Apart from this, new edge display functions, which are matching with the S6 edge models's display features after getting the Android 6.0 Marshmallow upgrade, have also been displayed on the website. Adjacent to the normal, narrow edge panels (‘Edge Single'), wider type (‘Edge Single Plus') panels will be added which will show more information and functionality. Those who loved the extensive functionality of the edge display panels present in Galaxy Note Edge, would sure love these wider edge panels in this smartphone.


It is nice to know that Samsung is proactive when it comes to finding fresh and and improved ways use the most popular features that came with nice aesthetics, but didn't score much in terms of functionality. It looks like the Galaxy S7 edge is moving in the right direction.


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bote 10.1 2015

 

The last Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 was released over a year ago and it's time for another one. References to a Galaxy Note 10.1 (2015) have appeared on Samsung's official site, specifically that three apps support the tablet. And it's not a typo either, the Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) is listed as well. Not that it's a big surprise that Samsung will be reprising one of its models.

 

We can speculate, of course, at this point a 64-bit processor is not unlikely and it's an easy guess that the new tablet will incorporate the improvements in the S Pen of the Galaxy Note 4. Whether Samsung sticks to LCD or makes the switch to Super AMOLED (based on the Galaxy Tab S 10.5 screen) remains to be seen.

 

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Gear VR

 

Along with the Note 4 announcement, Samsung also revealed its first Virtual Reality kit. Samsung Gear VR is Now Available online from AT&T and it may get out of stock very soon, so if you really want one... Hurry! The Samsung Gear VR is perhaps one of the most interesting smartphone-based hardware kits ever.

 

Samsung has also joined in the forefront of the endeavor with the collaborative venture that is the Samsung Gear VR. It is based on Oculus hardware and harnesses the computing capabilities and glorious QHD Super AMOLED display of the Samsung Note 4. It is set to deliver the most immersive VR experience to date and needless to say developers and tech-savvy consumers everywhere are excited.

 

Gear VR

 

The long awaited device was set to hit the market this month and just as promised AT&T has listed the Samsung Gear VR in its online store for the price of $199. For this price you get a full kit and a 16GB microSD card preloaded with virtual reality content. You do Need to have a Galaxy Note 4 for it to work.

 

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The S7 will probably be unveiled next month at the MWC, but we still know nothing too definitive about it. There have been multiple rumors and some of them even sound quite convincing, while others are downright conflicting. Amongst this secrecy and confusion, a new report has come in about two Exynos versions of the Samsung flagship being spotted at an Indonesian certification site, which lists the model numbers as Samsung - SM-G930FD and Samsung - SM-G935FD.


The S6 had the model number G920, while the S6 Edge was branded as G925. Therefore, the G930 and the G935 are most likely to be their future counterparts. The letter "F" in G930FD and G935FD almost certainly stands for "Exynos" versions as "A" has traditionally stood for AT&T models and the AT&T models are probably going to sport the Snapdragon 820 chipset. "FD" in the model numbers represent dual SIM capabilities as we saw with the SM-G920FD edition of the S6 last year; which were sold in certain Asian countries like Philippines and Pakistan.


The other rumoured specs of the Galaxy S7 series remains the same as before with alleged Quad High Definition Super AMOLED displays, three screen sizes (5.1", 5.7" and 6"), two screen variations (curved and flat), 12 megapixel Britecell rear cameras, 4GB of RAM, waterproof body, beefier battery, Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box and may be even expandable memory!


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Chrome

 

Google is now Rolling-out the stable Chrome for Android version 42.0.2311.108 with many bug fixes, performance improvements and a couple of new features that will change the way you get contents updates from websites.

 

In this latest version of Chrome for Android, Google introduced the ability to monitor websites for content changes. Set up the monitoring feature on your favorite website, and Chrome will fire up a notification when the content is changed. Unfortunately, this new feature will not work out of the box, as web developers need to implement the new Google Push API for Chrome. Possible use case scenarios include the ability to be notified when your order status changes. To prevent abuse, the user will have to explicitly set up permissions for these notifications, and the notifications messages themselves include a site setting button.

 

chrome 42

 

Chrome for Android v42.0.2311.108 Change-log:
• Get the latest updates from sites with notifications.
• Adding your favorite sites to your homescreen is now even easier.
• Bug fixes and speedy performance improvements.

 

You can get Chrome 42 Stable  on your Android Smartphone via the Google Play Store link OR by downloading the APK from the link below. This is the Official APK from Google and has bot been modified by any means.

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Chrome 42 Stable [APK]

 

Chrome 42 Stable [Play]

 


play store

 

It's been a while since Google last decided to dust off the desktop web version of its Play Store repository, but from the looks of it, a new refreshment of the interface is imminent. Several sources claim that Google is currently testing a new layout for the Play Store.

 

Currently, as you most likely know, when you open the page of a given app, the Play Store suggests some similar ones all the way at the bottom of the page, which is not quite intuitive and user-friendly. Check the leaked Screenshot below.

 

Play store

 

Google seems to be aware of this according to a leaked screenshot of a test layout for the Play Store, Mountain View might be poised to bring the similar app suggestions to the right side of the screen, in a dedicated sidebar. Other apps from the same developer are also being shown.

 

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RAM amounts and CPU space sizes available on a hosting server are among the most important things to consider when choosing the right web hosting service for a website. As a website owner, you have to strike a good balance between your budget and the RAM and CPU size that you choose. Ultimately, you need a hosting plan that meets the needs of your website. But you must first understand these needs before starting your search for the best hosting service.


By the end of this short read you will have understood of how to determine the RAM and CPU that your site needs.


What is server RAM?


Random Access Memory (RAM) of a hosting server is basically the RAM of the hosting computer. This computer is different from a normal computer in the sense that it has resources dedicated to hosting and availing websites on the internet. The computer's RAM temporarily stores data needed to run an application or program and makes the data available on demand.


More or Less RAM?


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From the basic responsibility of RAM, it's right to deduce that more RAM means uninterrupted availability of data and smooth running of programs and applications. A server with more RAM can support more apps or more web activity compared to a server with less RAM.


Having more than enough RAM at any given time is better than having less than needed amount of RAM. For instance, during times of peak traffic, your site needs more memory as many users are sending requests for data to the site. Should the site not have the amount of RAM that can put up with the high traffic, it may become slow or even stall completely, which would cause visitors to leave the site.


Determining How Much RAM Your Site Requires


Web hosting companies look at memory usage in different ways. You may find that a hosting plan has a set limit on the memory usage, for example 2GB. Others indicate that a single user cannot exceed a certain percentage of the server's total memory. When comparing different hosting solutions make sure you understand each hosting company's approach to RAM size.


Here are a few pointers that will help you determine the amount of RAM your site needs:


       If your site experiences heavy traffic, it needs more RAM to ensure that it keeps up with visitors' requests

       The content management system you are using - some CMSs like Drupal, Joomla, and WordPress generally require more RAM

       Static sites require less RAM in comparison to dynamic sites

       The server's operating system has an influence on the amount of RAM needed

       If a site uses caching, it can use less RAM than a site that doesn't use caching


What is CPU in Relation to Web Hosting?


Server CPU (Central Processing Unit) refers to the CPU(s) of the hosting computer(s). Normally, web hosting servers will have multiple CPUs depending on the nature and size of websites it hosts. A CPU stores and processes data, and its capacity to do so determines the efficiency of the server. Larger CPUs are able to store more information as well as process it faster than smaller CPUs. As such, the amount of space available in the server's CPU significantly influences the performance of your site.


Site traffic is just as important to choosing the right amount of CPU space for your site as it is to choosing the amount of RAM. CPUs with little space can get overloaded by many simultaneous requests, causing the site to suffer performance problems. If you have a large corporate or eCommerce site that receives heavy traffic, choose a hosting environment with a large CPU. Dedicated hosting and virtual private servers (VPS) are preferred to shared hosting when large CPU sizes are needed.


Every site owner wants the best hosting service; a service caters for the website's current needs as well as expected future needs. It's of paramount importance that you consider the scalability prospects of your site as you choose the right RAM and CPU sizes for your site. Leave enough room for future growth and expansion so that you will not need to contract another hosting service when your website becomes more popular and hence busier.


Nexus 6

 

After too many unofficial leaks, the Motorola Nexus 6 appeared on AT&T's website today with a wrong picture of an LG device beside it (lol).

 

The Nexus 6 name popped up in the "people also viewed" section of the LG G3 Vigor page on the carrier's website. The link however, takes us to the list of available Motorola smartphones on AT&T that includes the first and second generation Moto X and the Moto G 4G.

 

The Nexus 6 link shows a potential $49.99 on-contract price tag, though we doubt that it will be what AT&T and Motorola are going to ask for the handset. Considering the LG thumb on the listing, we reckon that the price tag is also a leftover.

 

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Moto 360

 

Motorola Moto 360, the iconic smartwatch, was launched shortly after the official Motorola event on September,5th for a price of $250.

 

Sadly, the Moto 360 stock was depleted in the next few hours after the launch. Both Motorola's website and the Google Play Store list the smartwatch as out of stock. Other retailers, which should launch the Moto 360 in a few days, will still receive it as scheduled, but they won't be offering it online.

 

So, if you've missed your chance to be among the first to own a Moto 360 smartwatch, you can either go and wait in line for it, or just subscribe and be notified when the next limited batch of Moto 360 kicks off online. Yes, Motorola confirmed the Moto 360 availability will be "limited for a while".

 

 

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ALPHA

 

Samsung promised to update all its recent devices to Lollipop, not just the its flagships. The Korean giant didn't forget its mid-range device, Galaxy ALPHA. Samsung's Denmark Official support page mentions that the company is planning to update the Galaxy ALPHA to Android 5.0.1 Lollipop (as you can see in the screenshot below), this confirms the update.

 

Galaxy ALPHA

 

Samsung Galaxy ALPHA was one of the highest quality build mid-range Smartphones with a very good Specs. So far, we have no exact release date for the update yet,but we can expect to see the Lollipop build 5.0.1 hit the ALPHA users anytime this quarter (Q2,2015). The update status is currently not known, yet.

 

Follow Our Samsung Official updates Page to check the update status for the Galaxy ALPHA day by day. We will keep you updated.

 

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note2-lollipop

 

Back in February, Samsung Poland officially confirmed that the company will update the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 to Android 5.0 Lollipop. Today, we noticed that Samsung's Denmark official support website mentions that the planned Lollipop update for Galaxy Note 2 will carry Android build 5.0.1 to the old flagship.

 

galaxy note 2

 

It's good to see a 2012 device getting updated to the latest Android version in 2015. This shows how Samsung takes good care of its users. We have no info regarding the release date yet or the update status. The update will bring all the main Lollipop features, new UI and some security enhancements.

 

Follow our Samsung Official Updates Page to stay informed with Galaxy Note 2 Lollipop update status.

 

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