Galaxy Round smartphone rocks -- on tables

The big feature in Samsung's next phone is the ability to teeter-totter, a new Twitter button turns on the TV, and Flickr's iOS app auto uploads photos.

CNET Update rolls with the trends:


In this episode of Update:

- See the new tricks Samsung programmed into the first smartphone with a curved screen, the Galaxy Round. Before you roll your eyes at this rolling smartphone, prepare to see LG come out with a similar curved smartphone, the G Flex. LG is also working on bendable batteries.

- Expect new iPads and the Mac Pro to be announced in a few weeks, likely on October 22.

- Tune into television shows with a new "See It" button on Twitter, but only for Comcast Xfinity users.

- Use the new Flickr iOS 7 app to automatically backup your photos online.


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