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This prank promoting the new 'Rings' movie is genuinely frightening

10:03 PM | businessinsider.com

The creators of the upcoming film " Rings " set up an incredible prank. Watch as Samara — the terrifying girl from "The Ring" — crawls out of a TV set to scare customers in an electronics store. Follow Tech Insider:   On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »


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It's Make or Break for Samsung, Amid Bribery Charges and the Note 7 Fiasco

08:21 PM | MSNBC

It's make or break time for Samsung as the company seeks to rebound after a number of high-profile embarrassments.

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Here’s the latest indication that Apple’s next iPhone will have a radically different screen (AAPL)

07:31 PM | businessinsider.com

Apple will reportedly use a different technology for its Touch ID fingerprint reader, which strengthens rumors that Apple's next iPhone will have a "full-face" OLED display with ultra-narrow borders, according to a report by the reliable KGI Securities' analyst, Ming Chi Kuo, obtained by Apple Insider .


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Samsung's Galaxy S8 launch delayed due to battery problems

06:55 PM | Daily Mail

Samsung mobile chief Koh Dong-jin confirmed the phone would not get a launch event at the MWC event in Barcelona, which begins on Feb. 27, unlike the previous Galaxy S smartphones.

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The one mistake everyone makes when trying to clear space on their iPhone

05:57 PM | businessinsider.com

It's extremely easy to fill up your iPhone's storage space — especially since Apple's base iPhone model only has 32 GBs of space. In an attempt to free up space , many people turn to deleting unneeded photos or videos.  Doing this, however, won't actually free up any space because there's one extra step you have to take that most people don't know about.

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