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#1 Samsung just announced the Notebook 7 Spin, a foldable Windows 10 convertible

It’s powered by an Intel Core i5 processor, while the 15.6-inch variant is equipped with an Intel Core i7 processor and an Nvidia 940MX GPU. Both laptops feature a USB Type-C port, three USB Type-A ports (two USB 2.0 and one USB 3.0), while the larger convertible also comes with an Ethernet port. It can be folded to be used as a giant tablet, and it comes in two screen size variants: one with a 13.3-inch 1080p touchscreen display and the other with a larger 15.6-inch 1080p touchscreen display.|TechBot Daily|


#2 Moto X Pure discounted to $319.99 (64GB) and $239.99 (16GB) at B&H today

2015 flagship Moto X Pure is still available too. In fact, you might prefer this phone to the new modular devices Motorola is pushing. With that in mind, B&H is looking to get some Moto X Pure stock off its hands with sizable discounts and some free microSD cards.|TechBot Daily|


#3 A jaw-dropping 100 million WhatsApp voice calls are made each day

WhatsApp just announced that over 100 Million voice calls are placed each day. That’s about 1100 calls every second. There’s no mention of how many minutes that amounts to, but I’d expect it to be at least 5 minutes on average, based on anecdotal evidence from my surroundings.|TechBot Daily|


#4 Xiaomi’s cheap, foldable electric bike looks perfect for city commutes

Looking at features and price, the Mi QiCycle Electric Folding Bike certainly seems like a good deal. For 2,999 yuan (that’s around $455) users get a bike that can assist the rider’s pedaling for 45 kilometers on a single charge, and comes with a companion app that logs your distance, speed, GPS location, calories burned, and more.|TechBot Daily|


#5 Aston Martin is going to make 99 Vanquish Zagatos

the limited model was co-designed with Italy’s Zagato — hence the name — with which Aston Martin has had a relationship for decades. In this trim, the uprated V-12 is good for 592 horsepower, enough to propel the car from 0-60mph in 3.5 seconds.|TechBot Daily|


#6 Google Fiber getting ready to acquire high-speed Internet provider Webpass

The goal is for Google Fiber to reach more people as Webpass is more widely used in several cities across the country from San Francisco to Oakland, Emeryville, San Diego, Berkely, Miami, Coral Gables, Boston, Miami Beach, and Chicago. The merging of the two big Internet players will mean “superfast” connectivity in most residential and commercial buildings. The deal isn’t over yet but will be done before Summer ends.|TechBot Daily|

photo-daily#7 Apple stops selling the Thunderbolt Display

The Thunderbolt Display’s technology is long in the tooth. These days, the $999 official price can get you a good ultra-wide Quad HD or 4K monitor.It’s certainly not the most tempting option in Apple’s roster when you can buy a similarly-sized iMac with a 5K display. Also, the screen’s use of first-generation Thunderbolt left it behind the times when Thunderbolt 3 is starting to show up in some PCs.|TechBot Daily|


#8 Tale of the tape: Why Mark Zuckerberg is smart to cover his webcam

The photo, which was posted on Facebook to celebrate Instagram hitting 500 million followers, sparked plenty of interest. While some worried about the broader effectiveness of Facebook’s security, many see the tape as a shrewd defense against potential hackers.|TechBot Daily|

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#9 Samsung Pay plans to take on Apple Pay, won’t charge transaction fees

Apple and Samsung have always been arch-enemies we don’t know if there will ever be a cordial relationship between the two.When it comes to mobile payments, the fight may be not as close as their biggest rival is Android Pay. Both Apple Play and Samsung Pay are only limited to a few models of the iPhone and the latest Galaxy S phones.In the United States, Samsung is bent on taking over Apple Play. Numerous banks have already partnered with the Cupertino company but with a minimal charge of 0.15 percent of the amount for every transaction .|TechBot Daily|


#10 Some of the Rumored Specs for an Upcoming HTC Nexus

An initial spec list provided suggests we’ll get a 5-inch 1080p display, quad-core 2.0GHz (64-bit) processor, 4GB RAM, 2770mAh battery, 32GB storage, 12MP rear camera, 8MP front camera, rear-mounted fingerprint reader, USB Type-C port on the bottom, bottom-firing speaker, top-mounted headphone jack, and Bluetooth 4.2. This goes without saying, but Android N will be there as well, assuming Google does what it always does and launches the new version of Android on fresh Nexus hardware.|TechBot Daily|


#11 Facebook Live will soon have Snapchat-like filters from MSQRD

In one sense, Facebook’s move is another amplification in the ongoing video and messaging war the company is waging against Snapchat. The goal is to make video, whether recorded or broadcast live, as dynamic and appealing as possible. Snapchat’s lenses have been a huge hit, so it’s no wonder Facebook has acted fast to incorporate MSQRD technology into its fast-growing Live platform.|TechBot Daily|


#12 RCom 4G launching next week, to offer 10GB data at Rs 93

Telecom operator Reliance Communications will start offering 4G service using Reliance Jio network to its CDMA customers in select circles at a starting price of Rs 93 per 10 gigabytes.|TechBot Daily|


#13 You Can Wrap SanDisk’s New Flash Drives Around Your iPhone

SanDisk’s new iXpand Memory Case will simply boost your iPhone’s storage capacity. Available in 32 GB, 64 GB, and 128 GB models for $60, $100, and $130, respectively, the protective iXpand Memory Case wraps around your iPhone 6 or 6 Plus and connects via its Lightning port. There’s even a removable 1,900 mAh battery attachment available for $40, which allows the iXpand Memory Case to boost your iPhone’s run time in addition to its capacity for media.|TechBot Daily|


#14 Nextbit Says It Can Fix Battery Life With Software

Nextbit, the technology company who thought that promoting smart cloud storage of apps was a way to get you to buy a phone, now wants you to think that it can fix battery life issues by applying principles from their smart storage. Through a forum post announcement, the Nextbit team suggests that it can “save your battery before it needs saving” and will do so Q4 of this year.|TechBot Daily|


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