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FILE - In this Aug. 13, 2015 file photo, a product expert demonstrates the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus during a presentation at Lincoln Center in New York.  The new Galaxy devices come weeks before comparable updates from Apple are expected. In a sense, if Samsung can’t beat the competition in sales, it can beat it to store shelves. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

Samsung’s new smartphones and tablets might not offer enough to entice current iPhone and iPad users to switch, but they keep Samsung at the head of the class among Android gadget makers.

The new Galaxy devices come weeks before comparable updates from Apple are expected. In a sense, if Samsung can’t beat the competition in sales, it can at least beat it to store shelves.

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LG's new wireless portable keyboard folds into an easy-to-carry stick

LG has developed what it is calling “the industry’s first solid rollable wireless portable keyboard.” Dubbed Rolly Keyboard, the device folds into a stick that you can easily carry in your pocket, purse, or briefcase, the company claims.

In its unfolded form, the keyboard is capable of connecting to two different devices at the same time via Bluetooth 3.0 – you can toggle between the devices by pressing a key.

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Philips’ latest Hue kit gives you wireless light dimming

Dimmable lights can add an air of sophistication to your abode, but setting them up? Not fun — not unless you enjoy messing with home wiring or paying a lot of money. Philips might have a better way, though.

It’s trotting out a wireless dimming kit that turns any white Hue bulb (one is included in the box) into a dimmable light.

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LG G Pad II 10.1 announced 2GB RAM, Snapdragon 800 chip and 7,400mAh battery in tow (Cam Bunton9to5Google)

LG has announced a brand new tablet ready to compete at the 10-inch screen size category, and by all accounts, it looks to be a decent piece of hardware. The LG G Pad II 10.1 is going to make a full appearance at IFA in a couple of weeks.

Pricing and availability details won’t be announced until then, but in the mean time, LG has given us the lowdown on all the tablet’s internal specifications.

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Accessing the Internet is no longer a difficult task. In fact, you can access it almost anywhere. Wireless routers are so common these days. A majority of people prefer connecting to wireless connections when they are looking to surf the Internet.

A lot of countries are offering free WiFi. Besides, the number of cities around the world which offer this facility are quite high. So, it is not difficult for you to access public WiFi to surf the Web.

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In business, going for the lowest price is not always the best move. In fact, sometimes it’s counterproductive. When choosing Internet service, as with any product or service, price is important, but it’s far from the only thing to consider.

There are a number of factors to look at when choosing an Internet service for your small business. You need to make sure you can meet the requirements for up-time, speed, bandwidth and more.

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The article “9 Sales Apps to Help Small Businesses Sell Better” demonstrates how small businesses can sell better by taking the phrase “knowledge is power” to heart.

Now, take your sales results to the next level by focusing your efforts where they’ll have the greatest effect.

The Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu once said, “To attain knowledge, add things every day. To attain wisdom, remove things every day.”

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Today is one of those days I wish I’d been born in another country, specifically in Canada. In order to celebrate its 60th anniversary, KFC Canada will be serving its popular fried chicken in a special bucket.

Under the name of “The Memories Buckets” or the bucket of memories, KFC Canada will serve their chicken in this anniversary version that differs from the normal buckets because it also works as a photo printer. Yes, you read this right: this bucket not only contains your favorite fried chicken, but it also includes a small printer at the bottom that will connect to your smartphone or tablet using Bluetooth. As crazy as this sounds, it would not be the first time that  KFC offers technology via KFC meals, as it happened with the keyboard trays in Germany.

According to That’s Nerdalicious, the bucket will be available in limited quantities… and only in Canada. That’s a shame, because we know it is a great idea.