Samsung held its big flagship event to unveil new hardware this morning where they showed off the eagerly-anticipated Galaxy S8 with a 5.8” display and the S8+ with a 6.2” display. They moved the home button behind the front display, improved the front facing camera, and they added rounded and curved edges throughout.
Windows 10 Creators update will roll out on April 11, but you can get the Xbox Windows 10 Creators update right now. Windows Insiders who've already gotten their hands on the Windows 10 update say it's not very creative, despite the name.
Mobile analytics firm App Annie projects that Android will lead in app-based revenue this year, which would be the first time Google’s mobile OS would surpass Apple’s lead. However, that includes revenue from third party stores like Xiaomi, Huawei, Baidu, and Tencent, among others.
We'll cover all the rest of the announcements from Samsung including their new internet of things hub. Plus, Google releases a directory of all of its open source projects, you can now drive faster on Tesla autopilot, and Lyft wants to disrupt the public bus system.
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