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iTunes for Windows is coming to the Windows Store

In a rather unexpected twist, Microsoft announced at the Build conference that iTunes will be coming to the Windows Store. iTunes is coming to the Windows Store by the end of this year. #MSBuild pic.twitter.com/WHM533S7Sv— Windows (@Windows) May 11, 2017 This is pretty big news, as iTunes has so far been a standalone download that you would have to get from Apple's website. Having it on the store would make it a lot easier for most people to download it on their computer. It also means that those running Windows 10 S will be able to use iTunes in future, as 10 S has no support for...



Phone with in-screen selfie camera appears in the wild

Yesterday Huawei teased its own iteration of the Infinity-O screens that Samsung is planning to implement in 2019 - a selfie camera, tucked into a cutout of the screen. Today an image of a similar device popped up in one person's hands in a subway carriage in China. Looking further into the image, we can see the camera lens is positioned in the upper left corner where the notifications appear. There aren't any notches on the screen, but the pre-production body could be hiding some of them. While the camera seems to be an eye sore, we have to wait until a more clear image...



Samsung prepping a lot of Galaxy S6 themes, including an AMOLED friendly dark theme



Google Home Mini gets a new Aqua color version

Today Google has introduced some blue into its device lineup. We're talking about a new color version for its very successful Home Mini smart speaker, the entry level option with Google Assistant built-in. The new hue is called Aqua, and it's blue-ish for sure. Like all Google Home Mini colors, it's more understated than shouty, but it will definitely find its fit in less rooms than the Chalk and Charcoal options which are gray variations. The Aqua Google Home Mini is identical to the other hues aside from its paint job. It's even made from the same fabric. It's the first new color...



vivo NEX Dual Display Edition arrives with 2x AMOLEDs and three cameras

The next smartphone from the NEX lineup from vivo is called NEX Dual Display Edition which it's pretty self-explanatory - the centerpiece features are its two displays - one on the back and one on the front - and the 3D TOF stereo camera. But that's not all. This thing is a feature-rich powerhouse too. The main display sitting on the front has almost bezel-less design and fits in a 6.39-inch diagonal. It uses a Super AMOLED display with 1080 x 2340 pixels resolution and extra tall 19.5:9 aspect ratio. According to vivo, the display covers 91.63% of the phone's front. The back panel is...