Samsung Galaxy Note 8 gets official, Walmart heads to Google Home
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Samsung officially unveil the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. It seems like all the rumors about the design and specs were true.
The Note 8 features a 6.3 inch screen has two rear cameras next to its rear finger print sensor and packs a whopping six gigabytes of RAM which is great for multitasking.
Samsung began its press conference by thanking its customers for standing by the company after the Note 7 recalls.
The Note 8 will be available on September 15th.
Full retail pricing on US carriers ranges from $930 to $960.
Google and Walmart are teaming up.
You will be able to buy items from Walmart using your Google Home speaker.
The partnership will be live starting in September.
Walmart will also be a vendor through the Google Express site and mobile app.
In related news, Google dropped its $95 membership fee to Google Express but, orders will have to reach a store's minimum before they are filled.
In an Instagram post, Elon Musk showed up his space suit for the SpaceX crew He says the suit has been tested to double vacuum pressure and it was incredibly hard to balance aesthetics and function.
Musks says that more pictures will follow.
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