Samsung Galaxy S8 finally makes its debutIn this week's wrap-up, Samsung officially unveils its newest flagship phone and Facebook manages to clone Snapchat yet again.
This is CNET, and here are the stories that matter right now. Samsung introduced the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, both models feature curved screens with very small bezels, the new phones are already available for pre-order, and will be in stores on April 21st. In the US, the S8 will retail for $750, and the larger S8+ will cost $850 Facebook introduced another Snapchat clone. You'll be able to post videos and pictures that disappear within 24 hours using the Facebook mobile app. Facebook calls the feature Facebook Stories. By default, stories do not appear on your timeline unless you choose to post it there. [MUSIC] the republican lead congress has voted to roll back FCC regulations that now make it possible for ISP's to sell customer information without disclosing it. the vote had passed previously in the senate and finally Tinder is now available through a web browser Tinder Online is all about broadening accessibility. And making it easier to find a date while at work or in class. The browser version will not be as featured filled as the mobile version, but will still allow for swiping right. [MUSIC] Stay up to date with the latest by downloading the cnet tech today app available for Android and iOS