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In today's Daily Roundup, Samsung hopes two curved edges are better than one, IKEA adds adorable home decór to your emoticon arsenal and Microsoft steps up its organization game. Get the details after the break.

Samsung's Galaxy S6 will have a wrap-around display, says Bloomberg

Samsung hopes you like your phones curvy. Bloomberg reports the Korean company will reveal the Galaxy S6 with a curved screen down both sides, as well as a Galaxy S6 with a regular screen, at Samsung's Mobile World Congress event on March 1st.

Parallels just made it easier to try Windows 10 on your Mac

If you're a Mac user itching to give Microsoft's Windows 10 a preview, Parallels is offering another -- albeit $80 -- option to check out the OS. Parallels 10 lets you download Windows 10 directly from desktop and run it as a virtual machine on your Apple device.

Yes, IKEA made a keyboard with emoticons for your phone

Finally, a way to accurately express how much you love IKEA's Swedish meatballs -- the iconic snack and various other staples from the home store giant all make an appearance on its new tool. Don't worry -- the keyboard comes pre-assembled.

Microsoft confirms its purchase of popular calendar app Sunrise

Last week's rumors were true: Microsoft has officially acquired calendar app Sunrise. Sunrise pulls data from myriad sources like iCal, Google Calendar, Evernote, TripIt -- even Facebook and Twitter -- to keep all of your commitments in order.

Here's what you could buy with Apple's $700 billion market cap

In case you haven't heard, Apple is now worth $700 billion. What would you buy with that much money? A nice car, a nice jacket... maybe the friendship of a celebrity? Cast your vote for the best way to blow that much cash in our poll.

IRL: The M20 speaker isn't enough to make you choose Korus over Sonos

If a sound company is squaring off against Sonos, it had better boast some big perks. So does the Korus M20's size and portability make it a new favorite among audiophiles? We tried it out in real life to find out.

Smartphone 'kill switches' are reducing thefts in big cities

A 2013 campaign for smartphone kill switches seems to be paying off. Reuters reports device thefts have decreased dramatically since lawmakers started pressuring companies to install anti-theft features in them.

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