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This Week's Tech News, Part 1

Galaxy phones could put Samsung on the comeback trail
Samsung Electronics' pair of new Galaxy smartphones are "selling like hotcakes," a source told the Korea Times, which says the Edge and Edge S6 could pass the 10-million sales mark by early May. Samsung also took in 20 million global preorders for the Galaxy phones. More -- The Korea Times (Seoul)

11 Samsung Galaxy S6 Tips and Tricks
Samsung's latest flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, are a beautiful upgrade to their rather lackluster, plastic predecessors. But good looks only get you so far. Thankfully, Samsung has equipped its new phones with a number of intriguing software tricks that will keep you busy for days. More -- Sascha Segan, PCMag.com

Paid music downloads still top streaming
Music streaming made up 27% of U.S. music buys in 2014, but paid music downloads accounted for more than a third, or 37%, data from the Recording Industry Association of America indicate. Apple's iTunes still holds the top spot for music downloads, but the platform dropped from 67% of the market in 2013 to 52% last year, as Google Play and Amazon MP3 each saw growth. More -- Home Media Magazine

HMMM... "If we quit voting will they just all go away?"

This Week's Tech News, Part 2

Consumers say in-car audio should remain centered on radio
Consumers would like AM-FM (and HD) radio to remain "the heart and soul" of their in-vehicle entertainment systems, Christopher Versace writes, citing an Ipsos poll. Some 91% of the public prefers a traditional radio setup, the poll indicates. "Efforts to remove AM/FM radio from the automobile falls squarely into the 'if it ain't broke don't fix it' category," Versace writes. More -- Forbes

Pirates find "Game of Thrones" opportunity with Periscope
Twitter is dealing with repercussions of off-label use of its video-streaming application to illegally rebroadcast the premiere of season 5 of "Game of Thrones." Periscope's terms of use let the company terminate the accounts of repeat copyright violators. More -- The Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)

Google enters the race to find a longer-lasting battery
The Google X research lab is reportedly developing a better battery by looking to replace lithium-ion batteries with ones built on solid-state, thin-film technology, this report states. "Google wants to control more of their own destiny in various places along the hardware supply chain," said Lior Susan of venture-capital firm Formation 8. More -- The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model)

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This Week's Tech News, Part 3

OTT to claim 49% of the rental market this year
Over-the-top-video viewing, from services such as Netflix, Hulu Plus and Amazon Prime, is expected to claim 49% of the total video rental market this year, Convergence Consulting Group reports. Rentals from kiosks will sink to 18% of the market, while cable and satellite video-on-demand will drop to 15%, the data indicate. More -- Home Media Magazine

Connected and self-driving cars are poised for growth
Seventy-five percent of cars will be connected to the Internet by 2020, fueled in large part by advances in vehicle infotainment systems and the availability of real-time information, a Topology report predicts. The report also estimates that self-driving cars will move into mass production by the end of the decade. More -- Computerworld

Music downloads, streaming revenue hit $6.8B in 2014
Revenue from music downloads and online streaming was $6.8 billion last year, accounting for 46% of the industry's total revenue for 2014, the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry reported. For the first time, online music sales inched past CD and vinyl LP sales, which also accounted for about 46% revenue, the data show. More -- The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model)

HMMM... "Age old question: Is your glass half full or half empty? Answer, It depends on if you are pouring or drinking."

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