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Now, ahead of the OnePlus 6T's official launch, pre-booking offer for the smartphone has been revealed. OnePlus 6T : Likely specifications OnePlus's next flagship smartphone OnePlus 6T has been in rumours since months now. "Together, we will celebrate the announcement of the OnePlus 6T by hosting the biggest ever Community event in its history". Furthermore, OnePlus will be live streamed across the globe, giving an additional option to users.
  • LG V40 ThinQ is the World's First Five-Camera Smartphone

    LG V40 ThinQ is the World's First Five-Camera Smartphone

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    LG's phone isn't the first to have three sensors on the back. LG has packed its camera software with features like triple-shot, which allows you to click three photos - one from each lens - on a push of a button. The wide-angle shot ranges from the 107° ultra-wide lens, through the 78° main lens to the 45° telephoto lens. There's no confirmed United Kingdom release date just yet but it's likely that LG will be bringing its photo-obsessed flagship to our shores within the next few months.
  • China Infiltrated 30 US Companies Including Apple and Amazon with Hardware Hack

    China Infiltrated 30 US Companies Including Apple and Amazon with Hardware Hack

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    Apple and Amazon have issued unusually robust on-the-record statements, refuting a Bloomberg report that Chinese spies planted microchips in hardware from supplier Super Micro . Apple, Amazon and Super Micro have rejected Bloomberg's claims, calling them "untrue". One affected company had its servers used by USA government clients, including Department of Defense data centers, Navy warships and the Central Intelligence Agency in its drone operations.
  • Google Assistant is getting an updated UI for mobile devices

    Google Assistant is getting an updated UI for mobile devices

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    The blog post doesn't specifically say whether the update is rolling out or not, but we can assume it's now rolling out on iOS and Android over the coming days. The same concept applies if you ask Assistant to lower or raise the volume of a nearby smart speaker. Additionally, it is now easier to access an overview of the day on Android smartphones.
  • Samsung released Galaxy Note 9 in the new color

    Samsung released Galaxy Note 9 in the new color

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    As per a PC Mag report, the iPhone XS with its Intel XMM7560 performed nearly as well but not as good as Samsung Galaxy Note 9 , which uses Qualcomm X20 modem. Apple was the last major manufacturer to adopt 4x4 MIMO, and it was desperately needed. Samsung's upcoming midrangers may soon sport the wireless charging feature previously reserved for their more upscale siblings from the Galaxy S and Note lines.
  • Windows 10 October Update features ray tracing support

    Windows 10 October Update features ray tracing support

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    For enterprise customers, Windows 10 version 1809 starts the semi-annual channel servicing model with a feature update cycle targeting March and September releases. All in all, it's a reflection of Microsoft's recognition that, without a viable phone platform of its own, it needs to integrate tightly with the iPhones and Androids of today to stay relevant.
  • Instagram appoints Facebook veteran Adam Mosseri as new boss

    Instagram appoints Facebook veteran Adam Mosseri as new boss

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    The founders, and Mosseri himself, sought to reassure users that Mosseri will "hold true" to Instagram's values and community. In his new role at Instagram, Mosseri will oversee all aspects of the business and recruit a new executive team including a head of engineering, head of product and head of operations.
  • FEMA to test emergency alert system Wednesday

    FEMA to test emergency alert system Wednesday

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    About 225 million mobile devices across the USA will receive a test emergency alert Wednesday. The warning system "provides the president with the communications capability to address the nation during a national emergency", FEMA said on its website .
  • Emergency alert test going out to mobile phones nationwide

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    You'll hear two tones, followed by a vibration. The Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) test will begin at 2:18 pm followed by a one-minute television and radio broadcast message at 2:20 pm. Bush . The WEA test message will be sent to cell phones that are connected to wireless providers participating in WEA. FEMA officials say the test will last about a half-hour so some people may get it at different times.
  • Microsoft Reveals the New Surface Laptop 2

    Microsoft Reveals the New Surface Laptop 2

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    The new Surface Laptop will get a slight processor bump, with the entry-level model coming in at a higher standard. In addition to the updated colors , the devices, along with the Surface Studio , are expected to receive minor updates in the form of refreshed internals, such as the inclusion of the new eighth-gen quad-core Intel chips, an upgrade from the dual-core seventh-gen chips now present in the Laptop and the Pro.
  • OnePlus 6T teaser shows all-screen design, in-display fingerprint sensor

    OnePlus 6T teaser shows all-screen design, in-display fingerprint sensor

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    The pictures posted on the site showed a white coloured box with OnePlus 6T written over it and inside the box, there was a blueprint image of the phone. The OnePlus 6 which launched in June this year was priced at Rs 34,999. The earphones will be available through offline and online channels after launch.
  • Samsung to release silver colored Note 9 smartphones in US

    Samsung to release silver colored Note 9 smartphones in US

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    However, rather than acquainting an alternative with cripple it, Samsung has just conveyed the capacity to set it to ensure Bixby just enacts when the catch is squeezed twice. Sammobile reports that Samsung is rolling out firmware version N960FXXU2ARI9, and the size of the latest Galaxy Note 9 update is at 302MB. According to a recent survey , 41% of USA smartphone users desire a longer battery life as the most important feature in a new smartphone.
  • Play Streaming Games Through Chrome Thanks to Google's Project Stream

    Play Streaming Games Through Chrome Thanks to Google's Project Stream

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    Officially announced on the Google blog here , the unimaginatively named Project Stream claims it can push high-end games from Google's servers directly onto your browser screen with minimal lag. You can watch some actual footage of gameplay below of the upcoming Assassin's Creed Odyssey . AAA video games are far more complicated to stream than a movie or TV show, offering dense worlds of animation and input-sensitive information.
  • Some iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max users reporting charging issues

    Some iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max users reporting charging issues

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    In the case of errant behavior, it's worth noting that the method for force restarting newer iPhone X models has also changed. However, all these solutions might eventually damage the battery on iPhone XS and XS Max devices. The iPhone XR has a single-lens glass-backed design and is available in a bunch of colors including red, blue, copper and yellow. For an Indian smartphone user, carrying an iPhone has always been a style statement, irrespective of the price.
  • Third-gen Chromecast sold early by Best Buy

    Third-gen Chromecast sold early by Best Buy

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    The user also explained what happened and how he was able to get the device. However, this Google event might also see other Google hardware products getting showcased such as a recently leaked Google Home Hub smart speaker with a display and a next-gen Chromecast model.
  • Why is Google 'paying' Apple $9 bn?

    Why is Google 'paying' Apple $9 bn?

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    Google will shell out $9 billion this year to remain the default search engine for iPhone's Safari browser on iOS . Nevertheless, if the report is true, it's a significant chunk of revenue for Apple. If Google is the biggest reason for growth in Apple's services segment - as Apple itself appears to be telling securities regulators - then Apple's purported transformation into an annuity business is far less than it seems.
  • Google Set To Unveil Pixel 3 Smartphones On October 9th

    Google Set To Unveil Pixel 3 Smartphones On October 9th

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    The Pixel 3 XL will have the best camera in the world, it will be the fastest phone in the world, it will have great battery life and will always be first in line for new Android software. Every year Google comes up with amusing and good names for their color variants. Now all Google needs to do is put that special sauce on it, that special X factor.
  • YouTube adds HDR support for iPhone Xs

    YouTube adds HDR support for iPhone Xs

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    Apple's iPhone XS and XS Max will go on sale in India from September 28. The iPhone Xs Max boasts the "largest display ever on an iPhone". If they wanted to add another line to be assigned to their eSIM , they'd click on " Add Cellular Plan ", as Apple describes on its Dual SIM website guide .
  • Vader Immortal virtual reality series announced for Oculus Quest

    Vader Immortal virtual reality series announced for Oculus Quest

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    The setup, at least for part one, is to head to the lava world of Mustafar to pay Darth Vader a visit and wield a lightsaber. Secrets of the Empire is the first step, Vader Immortal is the next step and it seems likely that there are more in store should Vader Immortal be a success.
  • The co-founders of Instagram has announced his departure from Facebook

    The co-founders of Instagram has announced his departure from Facebook

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    Facebook was not prepared for the news. "Building new things requires that we step back, understand what inspires us and match that with what the world needs; that's what we plan to do", Systrom said. At the time , the photo-sharing site had over 30 million users. Whatsapp co-founder, Brian Action also tweeted about Facebook, where he used hashtag #DeleteFacebook.
  • Lindsey Graham Goes Savagely Partisan in Defense of Phony Bipartisanship

    Lindsey Graham Goes Savagely Partisan in Defense of Phony Bipartisanship

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    Kavanaugh also testified, alternating between rage and tearful denials, while interrupting Democratic senators, reported NBC News . "I just told the truth ". And I intend to vote for you and I hope everybody who is fair-minded will, ' he concluded. Addressing panel Democrats again, he said: "Boy, ya'll want power".
  • Oculus Quest Announced by Facebook for $399

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    At this point, there are no indications of what kind of hardware is installed inside this standalone VR headset , but we'd imagine that it's beefier than what's available with the $199 Oculus Go . Oculus Quest is going to be a big step forward for VR. Using YouTube VR , Oculus Go users can set themselves up in a virtual movie theatre or comfy living room to take in various VR videos, including nature documentaries and 360-degree concert videos.
  • Apple's macOS Mojave update is now live and ready for download

    Apple's macOS Mojave update is now live and ready for download

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    If Apple has released the macOS update in your region, then you will see a pending update . For example, in the morning your Mac wallpaper will show a location with the sun shining and blue sky, but as your day progresses into night, that same wallpaper will go dark, with clouds appearing in the sky and the sun disappearing...
  • Google Pixel 3 XL's wallpapers leaked, available for download

    Google Pixel 3 XL's wallpapers leaked, available for download

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    The Pixel 3 will be similar to what the Pixel 2 XL was offering previous year while the Pixel 3 XL will sport an updated design. Last week we saw a bunch of new Pixel 3 leaks that told the same story. Even down to the wallpapers they will be flaunting. From there, you can install this new Pixel 3 live wallpaper app. They can react to various factors and variables, like music playing in the background, notifications, time, and more.
  • Google quietly started logging people into Chrome without their consent

    Google quietly started logging people into Chrome without their consent

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    What this means: Google has taken plenty of heat for slurping up user data and using it to generate personalized ads-a practice employed by many other companies, including Microsoft. We reached out to Google for comment and a spokesperson pointed us to another Twitter thread from Felt in which she explained that this change is meant to prevent multiple users from mistakenly believing they're logged in on a shared device.