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Samsung Galaxy S8, Amazon buys Souq.com, New Android Wear 2.0, GITEX Shopper and more

By Team Feedbaac

Let's take a look at some of the best tech news that has happened throughout the week. To know more, check out the links below.

Souq.com acquired by Amazon

Amazon officially announced their acquisition of Souq.com this week in what is reported to have been a 580-million dollar deal. E-commerce in the middle east will be reaching a fever pitch this year and this means good things for lazy people like me.

Blizzard announces remastered StarCraft

Blizzard came out with a somewhat surprise announcement for StarCraft fans this week. The original Starcraft along with its expansion Brood War is set to launch this summer in a remastered version. The gameplay is pretty much the same but you’ll be experience it in stunning 4K. Glory to the PC master race.

Justice League and Spider-Man trailers out

It’s been a good week for comic book movie fans as trailers for Justice League and your friendly neighborhood spider man make the rounds. Personally, we're a big web head so the Spider man trailer takes the cake for me, but that Justice League trailer almost makes me rethink where my priorities are. Almost.

Diesel, Tommy Hilfiger, Hugo Boss and Fossil announce smartwatches

It’s no weekly feed without a bunch of smartwatch announcements. Diesel, Tommy Hilfiger, Hugo Boss and Fossil enter the smartwatch race this week with their offering of Android Wear 2.0 devices. This seems to be the trend this month as we close out Basel World 2017. Fashion brands are getting into smartwatches and this means, even more, choices for us.

Samsung Galaxy S8 announced

And the biggest news for this week, angry birds is releasing a new plush toy. I’m kidding, it’s the Galaxy S8. It’s finally out and it looks so good. The infinity design QuadHD display, 12-megapixel dual camera, facial recognition and iris scanner, this phone seems to have it all. It’s launching on April 21st and we can’t wait to get our hands on it for review.

GITEX Coverage

Toshiba has an SSD bootcamp, where you can bring your old laptop, suggest some upgrades for SSDs free of charge. You do have to buy the SSD, but they’ll install it for free. We had a quick talk with Bastian James, head of the SSD division and here it is.