Samsung has expressed that they like the idea of curved display phones so much that they're willing to make it their company's signature.
The Korean company's latest Samsung Edge phones have appealed to the masses for its unique designs. However, Apple has a curved-edge display patent that will seemingly outdo Samsung's in terms of not just uniqueness but in actual usefulness.
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The Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is rumored to finally release in 2017. Fans cannot wait to try the device and see how it fairs with the upcoming iPad Pro 2.
The tablet was supposed to be released last June, but Microsoft had it delayed since they are waiting for Intel's new Kaby Lake processors. The chips won't be released until the end of 2016 and that is why the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 has over 6 months of delay.
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Despite the impracticality of a Touch ID and an OLED function panel for the MacBook Pro 2016, the rumors of it are resurfacing again.
If the resurfacing rumors are true, the MacBook Pro 2016 may actually have these features. Insiders and industry experts are torn about the OLED function panel and the Touch ID, but Apple may have a few plans for them up their sleeve.
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Starting from S8, Samsung Galaxy S phones may no longer be flat.
Samsung has hinted that they might delve deeper to curved displays. They are hoping to make curved smartphones the company's signature.
Samsung Galaxy S Phones - Only Curved Displays? Samsung's current flagships, the Galaxy S7 lines, come in flat and curved displays. The curved-edge feature was first seen in the company's Galaxy S6 Edge. However, that may change for future Galaxy S phones and it may start with the S8. more >>
Blizzard will be hosting an "Overwatch" tournament at their BlizzCon 2016 event this coming November.
The event will feature the "Overwatch" World Cup tournament to find the best team. This means that "Overwatch" teams from all over the world may join and compete for the finals at BlizzCon 2016.
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Microsoft has announced three new backwards compatible games on Xbox One this week.
The Xbox One backwards compatibility feature was first announced last year at E3 2015. There have been many titles from Xbox 360 titles that have been added since then and the list keeps growing. For August this week, there are three new titles that have been announced by Microsoft.
Xbox One Backwards Compatibility: August Titles The Backwards Compatibility allows players to play old Xbox 360 games on their Xbox One. Attack of the Fanboy reports that the new titles added for this week are "New Rally-X," "Mr. Driller Online" and "Nin2-Jump." more >>