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Thursday, 20 Apr 2017
Still on the fence about the Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8+, considering what happened during its batterygate issue? Well, Samsung wants to convince you that the batteries on both these phones are safe.
Speculation has it that one of the highlight features for the Note 8 will be a rear dual camera system.
In South Korea, a number of customers who have received their Galaxy S8 units reported that their displays have a reddish tint. However, Samsung said it is not a quality problem. Read on to find out more!
It looks like there will be a new feature for Windows 10 users, where the OS limits the activities of background apps for improved battery performance.
NASA has updated its Image and Video website, and made the entire archive accessible to everyone.
Wednesday, 19 Apr 2017
Bandai Namco has a game set for 2018 called Code Vein, and it's being made by the team behind God Eater. An official worldwide reveal is set for tomorrow, but for now, read on to find out more.
Apple has just made its GarageBand, iMovie, Keynote, Pages, and Numbers apps free for all macOS and iOS users. Hit the link to learn more.
Sources close to Bloomberg are saying that Apple is making big changes to the front and rear-facing cameras on the iPhone 8. They also reiterated earlier reports of three iPhone models, curved OLED display, a stainless steel frame and in-screen Touch ID. Hit the link to learn more.
Tuesday, 18 Apr 2017
MobileTextAlerts has come up with an infographic that beautifully illustrates how our mobile phones have disrupted multiple industries.
It’s a sad day today as Intel just announced that they will be ceasing to host its annual Intel Developer Forum (IDF) and has canceled its upcoming IDF 2017 event with immediate effect.