Monthly Archives: September 2018

PUBG Mobile Android and iOS vs PUBG PC vs PUBG Xbox One: What’s the Best Way to Play?

With PUBG Mobile for Android and iOS getting the Sanhok map as well as PUBG version 1.0 hitting the Xbox One after being available on PC, there are plenty of places to play PUBG Corp’s battle royale hit aka PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. But what’s the best to play it on? For this, we looked at the

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Redmi Note 6 Pro Launched, iPhone XS and Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) in India, Mi TV Pro Models Unveiled, and More News This Week

The last week saw a number of launches in India, from smartphones to TVs and fitness bands, but it was the Redmi Note 6 Pro global unveiling that generated the most buzz. Of course, telecom carriers continue to battle it out with new recharges to lure subscribers. WhatsApp was in the news too for a

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OnePlus 3, OnePlus 3T Receive OxygenOS 5.0.6 With September Android Security Patch

OxygenOS 5.0.6 for the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T also includes general fixes and improvements While OnePlus 6 lately received Android 9.0 Pie through OyxgenOS 9.0 update, OnePlus has now released OxygenOS 5.0.6 for the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T with the September Android security patch. The latest update also includes general bug fixes and

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Microsoft Robot OS With Machine Learning, Internet of Things Integration Coming to Windows 10

Microsoft has announced an experimental release of Robot Operating System (ROS1) for Windows as a next step in bringing features like Machine Learning (ML), computer vision, Internet of Things (IoT), Cloud services and other Microsoft technologies to home, education, commercial and industrial robots. The announcement comes as part of the ROSCon 2018 that is being held in

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Xiaomi Wants to Enter Your Home (Spoiler: Not With Its Smartphones)

Xiaomi may be best known as India’s leading smartphone brand, but the Chinese company doesn’t want to be just a smartphone company. The Beijing-headquartered company at its “Smarter Living” event in Bengaluru on Thursday launched a list of connected devices that aim to become an essential part of your daily life. To recall, among other

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US Judge Rules Against Qualcomm’s Appeal to Ban iPhone Imports in US

A US trade judge on Friday declined to block the importation of Apple iPhones with chips from Intel Corp, handing a major defeat to Qualcomm Inc in its high-stakes legal dispute with the iPhone maker. A US International Trade Commission judge said Apple’s phones infringed one Qualcomm patent related to power management technology, but denied the chipmaker’s

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Android Pie Still Absent from Android Distribution Chart, Nougat Retains Leadership But With Slight Dip

Google has released the revised statistics for Android distribution, with the data still not showing the latest and the greatest version, Android 9.0 Pie. This is, notably, not the first time Android Pie isn’t a part of the Android distribution dashboard. The previous two revisions also showed the insignificant share of the Android version that

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Apple Store Robbery: 17 Charged With Theft of $1 Million

Police in the US has announced the arrest of 17 persons in connection with robberies targeting Apple Stores across 19 counties in California that has caused a loss of over $1 million (about Rs. 725 crores). Earlier this week, electronics worth tens of thousands of dollars were stolen from the Palo Alto Apple Store in California

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Nokia 7.1 Plus Now Apparently Reaches TENAA With Key Specifications, Images

Photo Credit: TENAA Handset with model number TA-1131 is likely to be the Nokia 7.1 Plus Nokia 7.1 Plus aka Nokia X7 has been a part of the rumour mill for quite some time. But now, a new Nokia handset with model number TA-1131 has surfaced on China’s TENAA that appears to be the public

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With Data Breach of 50 Million Users, What’s Next for Facebook?

For users, Facebook’s revelation of a data breach that gave attackers access to 50 million accounts raises an important question: What happens next? For the owners of the affected accounts, and of another 40 million that Facebook considered at risk, the first order of business may be a simple one: sign back into the app.

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