Samsung’s recently released Galaxy S8 has been dubbed by many as a game-changer in the smartphone arena with its winning design and high-powered specifications, but let’s talk about its feature that is most relevant to everyday life: the camera.
The newest Samsung flagship release should not be any news for an Apple user like me, but the newest Android superstar has me doubting my Mac loyalty. I have lived my life with one limb permanently attached to my iPhone, and I’ve never really considered changing my ways, until now.
Tinder has been a staple of dating in the time of social media. Like any self-respecting single millennial who grew up on Disney fairy tales and now on the lookout for a happily ever after, I swipe through the app every now and then.*
So, you have the most outrageous passwords you can think of — like [email protected]$oNFir3 or kings4lyf88 — for all your online accounts and keep them all to yourself. Great job, but you can definitely do better.
It’s not every day that one finds himself at the world’s most famous museum, and even more unlikely to be at this place of art for a tech event. But on this beautiful spring evening in Paris, I’m here for just that, the global launch of Samsung’s new TVs.