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Samsung Pay has entered its final stages of testing. Photo: Kārlis Dambrāns/Flickr CC

Did you completely forget about Samsung Pay? Well, it’s still kicking. After a significant delay, the official launch is coming in a couple of months and Samsung is allegedly wrapping up tests to ensure it works properly.

Samsung is testing its Apple Pay competitor with eight different card companies in South Korea and is set to go live there as well as in the United States this September.

But why? Photo: appfour

But why? Photo: appfour

Ever wanted to watch YouTube videos on your 1.5-inch Android Wear watch? Of course you haven’t, which is why Google hasn’t made a YouTube app for Android Wear. But someone else has, and you’ll be surprised at how well it works.

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The Layze Phone Holder takes your phone off your hands with its strong, flexible design that conveniently clips onto anything.

Bend it in any direction to get the perfect viewing angle for watching videos, using FaceTime or taking the perfect group selfie. Clip it in the kitchen to follow a recipe without getting food on your screen, clip it in the car to stay hands-free while driving, clip it in the bathroom, bedroom, outside—the possibilities are endless!

And for a limited time only, you can get yours for just $24.99 — 49% off its regular retail price.

OnePlus Cardboard is here and free. Photo: OnePlus

OnePlus Cardboard is here and free. Photo: OnePlus

The official OnePlus VR headset is now available from its online store — ahead of the OnePlus 2 unveiling in virtual reality on July 27 — and the company is giving it away for free. All you need to pay for is the shipping.

Welcome to the bloat!

Welcome to the bloat!

Samsung phones have been bogged-down with bloatware for as long as they’ve been around, but a Chinese consumer protection group is doing more than just complain about it — by suing Samsung and another Chinese vendor, Oppo, for loading their phones with literally dozens of pre-installed apps which are impossible to delete.

The consumer protection group wants to make it illegal for the smartphone industry to include bloatware on devices since it fills us phones’ internal memory and gives customers no choice in the matter.

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