Snapdragon 620-Powered Galaxy A9 Pops Up On Geekbench – Android Headlines – Android News


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Snapdragon 620-Powered Galaxy A9 Pops Up On Geekbench
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Samsung has released four new flagship devices this year, two smartphone, and two phablets. The company has also unveiled quite a few low and mid-range smartphones, but it seems like their second-gen 'Galaxy A' devices will be announced soon.
Samsung Galaxy A3 & A5 Specs Revealed; 2400 mAh Battery & More ConfirmedLatin Post


Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Confirmed, Spotted! New Camera Sensor, Processors Latinos Post
Two weeks after launch, gigantic Galaxy View tablet is $100 off9 to 5 Google
Ubergizmo –Mobile Burn –Business Insider
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Choose between the light and the dark side in Google’s Star Wars makeover – Mashable


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Choose between the light and the dark side in Google's Star Wars makeover
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Still don't have enough Star Wars in your life, even after all those teasers and trailers? Google's got you covered: On Monday, the company launched a special Star Wars site, letting you choose between the light and the dark side and providing you with
'Star Wars Episode 7: Force Awakens' Spoilers, Plot Details & Rumor Rundown Latinos Post


Watch Jon Hamm & Emma Stone's SNL 'Star Wars' AuditionsMovieWeb
Google's new 'Star Wars' feature lets you become a free source of advertising VentureBeat
The Verge –Broadway World –POPSUGAR
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Facebook ‘Class Action’ Privacy Lawsuit Moves To Austrian Supreme Court – TechCrunch


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Facebook 'Class Action' Privacy Lawsuit Moves To Austrian Supreme Court
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A privacy lawsuit filed against Facebook last year by Viennese lawyer and data privacy activist Max Schrems has moved up to Austria's Supreme Court which will rule on whether the suit can be treated as a class action. When Schrems kicked off the suit
Austria's highest court to decide whether to allow class action vs FacebookReuters


Austrian court to rule on Facebook actionNEWS.com.au
News in briefRTE.ie
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Encryption Debate Erupts Post-Paris Attacks But Don’t Expect Any Change Soon – Tech Times


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Encryption Debate Erupts Post-Paris Attacks But Don't Expect Any Change Soon
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The increased presence of New York City police officers is in line with the heightened security brought about by latest terror attacks overseas. Apart from the concern for physical security, the debate on encryption has been gaining heat again, with
Paris Attacks Lead to Encryption DebateApex Tribune


Other Views: Scramble for a solution to debate over encryption before it's too Yakima Herald-Republic
Story of the Week: Law Enforcement Challenges End-to-End Encryption & The Tech Patently Apple
JP Updates –Somewhat Reasonable – Heartland Institute (blog) –BGR
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Funk Flex Disses Drake Once Again

Though months have passed since this summers feud between Drake and Meek Mill, the time passed has done nothing to quell the beef. Hot 97′s Funkmaster Flex played an integral, premiering Meek Mill’s response track “Wanna Know,” over the airwaves.  This past weekend while spinning at a Jadakiss T5DOA event in Long Island, Flex was […]

See Demi Lovato, Alanis Morissette Belt ‘You Oughta Know’ at 2015 AMAs

Demi Lovato and Alanis Morissette joined forces at the 2015 American Music Awards to perform the latter’s iconic hit “You Oughta Know.”

Lovato’s collaboration with Morissette was her second performance of the night; the singer had previously belted out her biting, pop-rock song “Confident.” She maintained the vocal ferocity and attitude as she and…