Samsung S8 to have a full front screen, Spotify walks away from SoundCloud deal
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We're starting to hear to some new details regarding Samsung's next Galaxy phone, the S8, which is due out next year.
According to a Bloomberg Report, the S8 might feature an all screen front.
Of course this move would force a button to become a part of the screen or eliminate any buttons from the front altogether.
The plan for Microsoft's 26 billion dollar acquisition of LinkedIn is starting to become more clear.
The company will use LinkedIn's job search function and incorporate it into Office Apps So imagine drafting a resume in word, and then being able to instantly apply for jobs without ever changing screens.
But of course, that's not the only integration we'll see.
And finally, it appears that Spotify has walked away from a potential acquisition of SoundCloud.
According to TechCrunch, the popular music streaming service pulled out of the deal over concerns it would affect Spotify's plan to go public some time next year.
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