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Samsung has just announced that it will be hosting Galaxy Unpacked 2017 in New York City on August 23rd to announce a “highly anticipated addition to the Galaxy Roster.” Based off of this and the Gif that the company just tweeted out featuring an S-Pen, it is safe to assume that this will be the Samsung Galaxy Note 8…

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Samsung Stories July 19

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Today, several months after the Galaxy S8 and S8+ was debuted, Samsung finally released the full version of Bixby, which allows for voice interactions with the virtual assistant, in the United States. Along with it comes the ability to interact with some, but not all, of your favorite applications.

Currently, there are 13 third-party applications that work with Bixby. What others apps do you want to gain Bixby support?

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Everyone can use an Echo Dot: Just $50!

In early July, a report said that Samsung was working on making a Bixby speaker similar to the Google Home and Amazon Echo. As Samsung had not yet perfected Bixby Voice for the Galaxy S8 and S8+, it didn’t seem very reasonable. Now a report coming out of South Korea claims that Samsung has decided not to produce a Bixby speaker, at least for now…

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Samsung’s Bixby assistant is finally here for S8 and S8+ owners, but the biggest question surrounding the assistant has been regarding how it differs from the competition. Alongside today’s launch, Samsung aims to answer that for the general user with a new set of ads.

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American owners of Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus phones will at long last get access to the Bixby assistant, first announced alongside the two phones. The company says that Bixby will be made available in the U.S. in an update happening sometime tonight…

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Samsung Stories July 18

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Samsung and LG have smartphones coming this year supporting T-Mobile’s 600MHz spectrum

One of T-Mobile’s biggest weaknesses over the years has been its performance inside buildings. The “un-carrier” is looking to change that, though, with the addition of 600MHz spectrum that it has been talking about for a while. Recently, T-Mobile’s CTO confirmed that two major Android OEMs will offer support for that spectrum in upcoming devices.

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