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Verizon will begin selling a $100 smart locator device, a key chain that could be attached to anything you wanna keep tabs on.
It has a standby time of five days and works without the need to have any other wireless connection.
Verizon is throwing in 12 months of service With each purchase, and after that it's three dollars a month.
Google has launched game builder, a software platform that aims to allow people with no programing skills the ability to design a game with drag-and-drop functionality.
Game builder was conceived with multiplayer in mind, meaning it will actually let multiple users create and And then play games together.
And finally AT&T has sent out cancellation notices to those who preordered the Galaxy Fold.
Citing Samsung's delay as the reason for the cancellations, customers will receive a $100 AT&T promotional credit for their troubles.
We still don't have any concrete date for the release of the Galaxy Fold.
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