Premium app subscriptions worth over $500 for Galaxy S5
Samsung has surely taken the lead with its empowering of the world’s most retweeted tweet and now it has revealed a suite of app-based upgrades which the lucky owners of the upcoming S5 will receive. And the good news is that these will be absolutely free of cost along with the purchase of the phone.
Where we have Evernote and Linkedin's premium services extended to only three months, the six free months of the Wall Street Journal and year-long access to Bloomberg's Businessweek seem to be quite a treat. Users of the S5 will also have the advantage of receiving the Run Keeper Premium for a year along with the limited-time premium services for Map My Fitness and Skimple. Some will be disappointed to know that there will be no Dropbox but on the plus side, there will be 50GB of free cloud storage for six months sponsored by Box. The S5 is focusing on the health and wellness of its users and we still haven’t forgotten the heart-rate sensor and now along with that there will also be year's subscription to Lark's personal wellness app.
Kim Kardashian Leaked Photos Backlash
We have a new celebrity nude photo scandal this weekend. A hacker has published nude photos of Kim Kardashian and others on 4Chan. The internet seems though to have no sympathies for Kim Kardashian's violation of privacy.
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