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Month: June 2021

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE: What we know so far (June 30)

Credit: David Imel / Android Authority Update, June 30, 2021 (11:00 AM ET): We saw the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE pass through the FCC recently, indicating an imminent launch in the US. We also have rumors that the phone might only land in that country and Europe. Read on for all the latest! Original article: In 2020, the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE (which stands for “Fan Edition”) surprised us all with how good it was. In fact, it was so good that it ended up walking away with our 2020 Best of Android Editor’s Choice award. With that kind of pedigree behind the phone, it’s no surprise that we are very excited about the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE. See also: Samsung Galaxy S series: A history of the biggest name in Android The problem Samsung faces this year is the existence of the regular Galaxy S21. It’s only $100 more than the Galaxy S20 FE and offers a lot of very similar specs. It’s possible Samsung painted itself into a corner and the Galaxy S21 FE could end up simply being a Galaxy S21 with only very subtle changes. With all that in mind, below you’ll find everything we know so far about the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE. Be sure to keep this page bookmarked! We will update it with new rumors and confirmed info as we get closer to...

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Friends At The Falls offer a sense of closure with “It's Alright, Let Me Go” [Video]

Taking a brief respite from their typically bubbling crossover of nostalgic indie rock and 80s tinted synth-pop, the LA-based duo of lifelong friends Jake Stam and Matt Montgomery, otherwise known as Friends At The Falls, return with the closure-ridden ballad, “It’s Alright, Let Me Go.” Whilst nostalgia is prevalent in a lot of music for all […] The post Friends At The Falls offer a sense of closure with “It’s Alright, Let Me Go” [Video] appeared first on EARMILK. Go to Source Author:...

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Google’s Wing releases free app to take the pain out of drone flights

Credit: Jonathan Lampel on Unsplash Wing has introduced an OpenSky app that aims to make drone flying easy in the US. You can find out where you’re allowed to fly, and request approval if you need it. The app is free for Android and iOS users. You now need a license to fly drones in the US, but that doesn’t mean it’ll be a headache to take your robotic flier for a spin. DroneLife and The Verge report that Google’s (really, Alphabet’s) drone delivery company Wing has released an OpenSky app for Android and iOS to make legal flights that much easier. Whether you’re a recreational or commercial drone pilot, the OpenSky app provides FAA airspace info that shows where you’re allowed to fly. If you do need approval (usually for commercial flights), you can request authorization in “near real-time” and track the process until you can take to the skies. You can also plan and log flights. Read more: The best drones you can buy (on Drone Rush) The app has already been in use for drone flights in Australia since 2019, but hadn’t been adapted for the US until now. It may seem odd for Wing to release an app it likely won’t use. However, the company sees this as mutually beneficial. The more people use the app and fly their drones safely, the better the conditions for...

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‘Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster’ Series Launches from July 28 Individually as New Purchases, Old Versions Being Delisted

Following the news from earlier today with Final Fantasy 6 ($14.99) and Final Fantasy 5 ($14.99) confirmed to be delisted on Steam to only have the new Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster versions available, Square Enix has put up Steam pages for Final Fantasy, Final Fantasy 2, Final Fantasy 3, Final Fantasy 4, Final Fantasy 5, and Final Fantasy 6 confirming the prices, features, pre-order bonus on PC, and more including the launch date for the first three games in the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster series. The Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster series begins on July 28 with Final Fantasy 1, 2, and 3 all available to pre-order on Steam right now while Final Fantasy 4, 5, and 6 will follow later. The new features for some of the games on Steam indicate a rearranged soundtrack, improved interface, autobattle, extras like a music player, gallery, and more. Watch the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster trailer below: The Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster series is priced beginning $11.99 each for Final Fantasy 1 and 2. Final Fantasy 3,4,5, and 6 are priced at $17.99 each going by the Steam bundle page. Final Fantasy are available to pre-order at 20% off on Steam right now. The mobile pricing will most likely match Steam. On Steam, pre-ordering nets you some music and wallpapers. This is also available for the bundle. On iOS and Android, the apps...

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What is UFC 264? Here’s how to watch McGregor vs Poirier 3.

It’s only been a few months since Conor McGregor and Dustin Poirier last stepped into the ring at UFC 257. Yet, we always knew that a trilogy fight would be on the way when Poirier emerged victorious, tying the series at one. Now, the pair are back in action to settle the score, and here’s what to know about UFC 264. What is UFC 264? Credit: UFC The upcoming July 10 event is the next edition of UFC’s Pay-Per-View action, and it’s gearing up to be a rubber match for the ages. While McGregor and Poirier stand to receive most of the attention, UFC 264 features a packed card. No.2 Gilbert Burns and No.4 Stephen Thompson are scheduled as a Welterweight co-main event. Ex-NFL star Greg Hardy is also slated against Tai Tuivasa in hopes of keeping his record above .500. In Women’s Bantamweight, Irene Aldana and Yana Kunitskaya will take to the mat with eyes on a possible championship bout against Amanda Nunes. No.7 Jessica Eye, who fought at UFC 257, will step back into the ring against No.4 Jennifer Maia. Check out the full card below if these fights aren’t enough reason to get the PPV. Now, for the action we’ve all been waiting for — McGregor and Poirier, part three. In case you missed the first two bouts, McGregor dominated UFC 178 on the way to...

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