Author: Subojit Aich

iPhone XR the Bestselling Smartphone in the US in Q1 2019: CIRP

April 26, 2019

iPhone XR was launched alongside the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max in September last year HIGHLIGHTS iPhone XR bestselling smartphone in the US yet again Accounts for 38 percent of the total iPhone sales, CIRP says Findings based on a survey done on 500 people iPhone XR, Apple’s most affordable model in the current […]

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Samsung Galaxy Fold Teardown Pulled by iFixit on Samsung’s Request

April 26, 2019

HIGHLIGHTS Galaxy Fold is Samsung’s first foldable phone It was unveiled in February alongside Galaxy S10 lineup Samsung Galaxy Fold is now reportedly launching on June 13 Samsung Galaxy Fold is back in news for a weird and baffling reason. Just days after Samsung officially revealed that it is delaying the launch of its foldable […]

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Airtel is now offering up to 1000GB of data on select broadband plans in India

April 12, 2019

The Bonus Data offer is valid for six months and it can be used on top of existing data benefit. Airtel has started rolling out free additional data to its select broadband customers across the country. The telecom operator is providing up to 1000GB of additional data on select broadband plans. The Bonus Data offer […]

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Samsung Galaxy J6 Android Pie Update With One UI Starts Rolling Out

April 12, 2019

Samsung Galaxy J6 was launched in India last year with Samsung Experience UX based on Android 8.0 Oreo HIGHLIGHTS Samsung Galaxy J6 Android Pie update is reportedly rolling out in Italy Samsung Galaxy J6 has reportedly started getting Android 9 Pie. The latest software update for the Galaxy J6 is said to be rolling out […]

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iOS 12.1 to Bring Group FaceTime and Dual-SIM Support, User Guide Confirms

April 1, 2019

Highlights Apple has updated its iPhone User Guide for upcoming release of iOS 12.1 User Guide now lists Group FaceTime as an iOS 12.1 feature Users can conduct FaceTime calls with up to 32 participants Apple has updated its iPhone User Guide for the upcoming release of iOS 12.1, indicating that the latest version of […]

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ZTE Loses Major German Mobile Contract With Telefonica’s O2

April 1, 2019

Highlights ZTE lost its biggest contract in Germany ZTE’s contract to maintain O2’s network will end this year Telefonica will work with a smaller German firm, Dortmund-based GfTD Chinese telecoms giant ZTE lost its biggest contract in Germany, network provider Telefonica on Friday told AFP, as resistance mounts across the West to Beijing’s infrastructure manufacturers. […]

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Gmail Turns 15 Today, Here’s a Short History of Google’s Email Service

April 1, 2019

<img class="aligncenter" title="Gmail Turns 15 Today, Here’s a Short History of Google’s Email Service” src=”https://i.gadgets360cdn.com/large/gmail_logo_main_1549528280383.jpg?output-quality=80″ alt=”Gmail Turns 15 Today, Here’s a Short History of Google’s Email Service” width=”532″ height=”299″ /> Gmail was launched on April 1, 2004 Highlights Gmail has nearly 1.5 billion monthly active users It was created by Paul Buchheit on April 1, […]

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Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+ Heart Rate Sensor Now Lights Up for Reverse Wireless Charging After Update

April 1, 2019

A new update for the S10 lights up the heart rate sensor when reverse charging wirelessly Highlights The heart rate sensor on the S10, S10+ lights up when reverse charging The update is rolling out in India now This feature won’t work on the Galaxy S10e Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ have heart rate […]

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How to secure company mobile phones handed out to employees

March 12, 2019

According to a study by Samsung, 93% of workers use their mobile phones for work purposes every day, with many of these devices issued by employers themselves. Other research shows that work mobile devices can raise productivity through improving flexibility, enhancing communication, and increasing collaboration between staff, suggesting that handing out corporate mobile phones to […]

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Apple working on anti-snooping technology to prevent police mobile phone tracking

March 12, 2019

HIGHLIGHTS The Apple technology would put end-to-end encryption to a phone’s unique ID. Apple is fighting global pressure to make it easier for law enforcement agencies to access data from an encrypted iPhone. Australia and Britain have passed laws in this direction while India is also considering a law. Apple is going to make it […]

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