And finally: The Samsung Gear S4 will come with more in-depth sleep tracking

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We’re heading into Easter weekend and, at least for tech companies, that seems to mean it’s perfect time to release some software updates. Samsung released a surprise updatefor the Gear S2, cleaning up its interface and adding some new features. After a billion betas, Apple released watchOS 4.3, bringing HomePod and iPhone music control as well as a smarter Siri watch face.

As for the future, we also learned that watchOS 5 might include StreamKit, which would coincide with the debut of Spotify’s official Apple Watch app. The Apple Watch Series 4 is also set to get a redesign with a larger display, if you believe the claims.

It wasn’t all good news though, as Under Armour revealed a data breach has compromised 150 million MyFitnessPal accounts, marking the biggest breach of the year.

It’s been a packed week, but that’s not all that happened. Read on for even more, and if you’re still not satiated be sure to head over to our dedicated news section.

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