Leaks suggest Samsung is launching phones with 3 or even 4 rear cameras


Samsung appears to be joining the more-than-two-rear-cameras-on-a-smartphone game

Dutch site GalaxyClub.nl posted a purportedly leaked image of the company’s upcoming A7 smartphone, which has a triple rear camera. 

Besides the actual leaked photo of the device, the outlet also posted a series of quite convincing press renders, which show the phone in black and blue. On the front is a pretty basic, notch-less screen, which isn’t a surprise given the phone’s alleged, mid-range specs: an Exynos 7885 chip and 4GB of RAM. 

Foto: dit is de Samsung Galaxy A7 2018 met drie camera’s https://t.co/073NP2GsiX

— GalaxyClub.nl (@GalaxyClub_nl) September 18, 2018 Read more…

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Is your inbox a mess? The Mailstrom app can help — and it's on sale.


Managing your email account hasn’t gotten any easier in recent years, especially now that spam mailing lists have nearly become self-aware and all your personal and work messages have had roughly two decades to pile up. Luckily, Mailstrom is an app that can help you sort through thousands of emails instantly, bringing your Inbox back down to a reasonable size and keeping it that way.

Mailstrom is a mail management app that uses settings you define to sift through every message you’ve ever received and keep your organized. 

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Pre-order the new Apple Watch Series 4 at Walmart and be among the first to get bragging rights


The new Apple Watch Series 4, which is now thinner and lighter than the previous model, hits shelves (both virtual and otherwise) on Friday, Sept. 21. And we’re here to remind you that there’s no need to wait in long lines for hours and hours. You can simply pre-order one (or two) and just have it shipped to you by the end of the weekend. Now isn’t that easier?

We’d recommend taking the plunge at Walmart, where you can get free 2-day shipping or may even be able to snag a discount on select models for picking it up in the store. The GPS and cellular versions of the Apple Watch 4, and its long awaited edge-to-edge display, are now available for pre-order with various colors and band options, such as a gold aluminum case with pink and white sports bands or a gold aluminum case with a pink sand sport loop. Unfortunately, space grey aluminum case and silver aluminum case (in both 40mm and 44mm) are out of stock temporarily. (Keep checking back though!) Read more…

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Fatcow review: an affordable, no-frills web hosting experience

Fatcow Web Hosting
$14.95 a month (starting)
The Good

Full access to FTP and storage • Affordable pricing across plans • Proprietary website builder is easy to use

The Bad

Frequently up-sells you on features • Not a clean WordPress install • Install times can be long

The Bottom Line

Since Fatcow has a small number of plans, most of which are attractive from a value perspective. With a domain name and unlimited storage, Original Fatcow is a good option for a beginner looking to launch his or her first site.

Mashable Score3.0
Cool Factor2.0
Learning Curve3.0
Bang for the Buck4.0

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Grindr aims to stamp out discrimination on its platform with 'Kindr' initiative


Grindr has long had a problem with discrimination.

It’s evidenced by profiles which are openly racist, with terms like “Black=block,” “no gaysians” or “no chocolate or rice” that are written in these bios.

Now the gay dating app is looking to stamp it out. It’s launched an initiative called Kindr, updating its community guidelines in a stand against racism, bullying, or other forms of toxic behaviour.

The biggest change to the guidelines is the banning of discriminatory language in these profile bios, and those who breach the new rules are subject to review by moderators. Read more…

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Attorney General blasts cryptocurrency exchanges


It’s not just the hacks and outright scams that make cryptocurrency a risky investment. 

According to a report from the office of the New York state attorney general, the exchanges themselves — the places where would-be investors go to buy and sell cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and ether — are not doing enough to protect their customers. And that should concern you. 

The in-depth look at 13 exchanges, released today, details all the ways in which major exchanges fail to guard their customers against fraud, manipulation, and abuse. It’s not a pretty picture.  Read more…

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