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Some Gmail haters have always claimed that you can't trust Google's email service because it automatically scans the content of your messages in order to personalize the ads it shows you. While this process doesn't involve any humans, a lot of people have been irked by the realization that it is in fact what is going on. Well, today Google has announced that this email scanning will be...
One of the major improvements in iOS 11 that didn’t get a mention during the keynote is the updated interface for screenshots. Considering how often we take screenshots these days, it’s worth taking a look at all the improvements Apple has included in the new version. For starters, every time you take a screenshot it now goes to the bottom of your screen. It sits there for a while for to interact with it or goes away if you don’t. You can also swipe it away manually. If you take multiple...
YouTube TV is currently only available in a handful of markets in the US, including Chicago, LA, NYC, Philadelphia, and the San Francisco Bay Area. However, that's soon going to change, as Google has now announced that the service will be available in more markets in near future.
Specifically, the Mountain View, California based company said the service will be available in 10 more markets in the next couple of weeks. These include Dallas-Fort Worth,...
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How to fix error your device has failed verification and may not work properly.. Huawei P9 lite EMUI : 5.0 Android : 7.0 anyone know this how to fix this problem..
Apple today seeded the second beta of iOS 11 to developers for testing purposes, a little over two weeks after releasing the first beta following the operating system's debut at the Worldwide Developers Conference. Registered developers can download the iOS 11 beta from Apple's Developer Center, or over-the-air once the proper configuration profile has been installed. According to Apple's release notes, iOS 11 beta 2 includes a long list of bug fixes for both first and third-party apps....
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Samsung is planning to introduce its newest smartphone, the Galaxy Note 8, sometime in the second half of August, according to people familiar with the company's plans (via Reuters). If accurate, the August announcement will come about four months after the launch of the Galaxy S8 and nearly one year since the first cases of exploding batteries in the Galaxy Note 7 were reported by users. Although details are somewhat scarce, the Galaxy Note 8 is said to include a curved display...
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Withings on Tuesday completed its rebrand to the Nokia label, following news of the buyout last spring, and as part of the transition two new connected health products have been released under the Nokia name. The Nokia Body ($60) is a new connected Wi-Fi scale featuring readouts for weight and BMI, with a Body+ ($100) offering additional metrics like body fat and water percentage plus bone and mass. Elsewhere the Nokia BPM+ ($130) is a small blood pressure cuff with Bluetooth connectivity....
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Gionee has launched a limited edition version of the A1 called the A1 Signature Edition. It literally comes with a signature on the back belonging to the Indian Cricket team captain, Virat Kohli. The phone will be available in limited quantities and exclusively through Amazon India, starting June 27, 12PM. Pre-orders for the device start today and those who pre-order will also get Sennheiser...
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If you wanted a neat minimalistic case for your Pixel phone, now is the time. Google launched a promo that lets you have some Pixel cases for 50% of the original price. The Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL phones can be protected with a clear case for just $15, instead of the regular price of $30. If you prefer a colorful case, the rubberized protection is offered in five colors - Grey, Blue,...
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Do not adjust your calendar, this isn't an April Fools prank, nor a time travel experiment. Google has just announced that the Android Market will no longer function after June 30 this year. Yes, 2017. The Play Store has been available for around five years now, but a little known fact is that it only works on Android 2.2 and later. Devices that are still in use with Android 2.1 and earlier iterations of the OS have been stuck with the Android Market for all this time. And it worked. In...