Samsung appears to have underestimated the potential performance of its new flagship handset. The company said today that increasing demand for the new flagship is putting pressure on supply. The statement itself suggests that initial sales of the handset that was launched on August 19th in several markets across the globe including the United States are strong. Samsung is now having to manage demand and supply and this has resulted in the Galaxy Note 7 release being delayed in a couple of markets.
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Humble Bundle is known for offering great discounts on PC games but it’s now moving towards consoles in a big way and for that purpose, it’s teaming up with Sony and Capcom. The first ever PlayStation Network Humble Bundle has been launched and it provides some great discounts on Capcom games. Customers also have the option to decide how much of their purchase goes into the developer’s pocket and how much is donated to a charity organization.

Read full post →First PSN Humble Bundle Discounts Capcom Games

Bandai Namco today confirmed when the first Dark Souls 3 DLC release is going to take place. Titled Dark Souls 3: Ashes of Ariandel, this is the first of two planned downloadable expansions for this popular game. Players will be returning to the world of Dark Souls 3 to uncover a terrible secret that lies within the frozen land of Ariandel.

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Martin Scorsese has directed some of the finest movies to come out of Hollywood and one of them is “The Departed,” which came out back in 2006. The movie is in a league of its own and while it would be unthinkable for some to believe that a reboot will be able to do the original justice, Amazon believes it makes sense to reboot it as a TV series. According to a new report, Amazon is going to reboot this 2006 Martin Scorsese Oscar-winning movie into a TV series.

Read full post →Oscar-Winning Movie ‘The Departed’ Being Made Into TV Series By Amazon

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Pokemon Go players have been robbed, stabbed, and hurt in a number of ways while they were engrossed in trying to catch the little monsters, and now it appears that they’re the ones doing the hurting as their quest to catch Pokemon continues. A woman has reportedly been killed by a negligent driver on the road who was apparently playing Pokemon Go while driving.
Read full post →Pokemon Go Players Are Now Murdering People

If you tend to watch YouTube frequently on the biggest screen in your home then you will be interested to find out that the YouTube app for TV has received a big update. The latest version of this app features an improved user interface that organizes categories in a much better fashion. It’s all geared towards providing the best YouTube experience to people watching it on TV in the living room.
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We have seen countless reports of mobile devices exploding or catching fire while being charged. Normally, it’s a third-party or counterfeit charger or charging cable that’s to blame. A report out of China brings us the story of a Galaxy Note 7 that apparently blew up while it was being charged using a USB Type-C converter. The Galaxy Note 7 is Samsung’s brand new flagship smartphone and it certainly won’t look good for the handset if this is being caused due to an inherent issue with the device, but that doesn’t appear to be the case here.
Read full post →A Galaxy Note 7 Reportedly Exploded While Charging

Amazon will happily sell you hardcover and paperback books but it would rather have you reading digital books preferably on the e-readers that it sells. The company today announced a new initiative called the Kindle Reading Fund that’s meant to expand digital reading across the globe. Through this fund, Amazon is going to donate Kindle e-readers and Fire tablets as well as e-books to various communities around the world.
Read full post →Amazon Kindle Reading Fund Launched To Promote Digital Reading

fitbit surgePrior to smartwatches becoming so popular, Fitbit and Jawbone were some of the more prominent brands around when it came to wearables, although from what we can tell, Fitbit has clearly pulled ahead of the competition since. That being said, Jawbone is probably one of Fitbit’s more close competitors, which is why it wasn’t surprising to learn that Jawbone had sued Fitbit over alleged theft of its trade secrets. Read full post →ITC Judge Rules Fitbit Did Not Steal Jawbone’s Trade Secrets

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Last we checked, iOS and Android were still the dominant mobile operating systems, which is why it isn’t surprising to see both companies try to poach users from each other’s platforms. In fact just last year, Apple released an app for Android that would basically make switching to iOS a piece of cake. Read full post →Android 7.0 (Sort Of) Helps Android Users Port Data Over From iOS