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Gionee S9, S9T Launch Set for Today

  Smartphone-maker Gionee is gearing up to launch its long rumoured smartphones S9 and S9T in China on Tuesday at a 2pm CST (4:30pm IST) event. The smartphones have already been spotted on Chinese certification website TENAA and the company announced last week that it will be unveiling the smartphones on November 15. The most attractive feature on these devices ... Read More »

Vivo V5, V5 Plus India Launch Set for Today

Chinese smartphone company Vivo is set to launch its selfie-focused Vivo V5 smartphone in India today. The smartphone is expected to be accompanied by its larger variant -Vivo V5 Plus – as well. The biggest highlight of the smartphones is pegged to be a 20-megapixel front camera that comes with Moonlight flash support for enhanced low-light photography. There are no ... Read More »

Your Phone May Be Listening to Ultrasonic Signals for Better Ad Tracking: Report

  For years, we’ve had phones with always-on listening capabilities. Starting with the first Moto X in 2013, followed by such devices as the Nexus 6 in 2014 and the iPhone 6s in 2015, many smartphones today can wake up from standby by saying hotwords like “Ok, Google” or “Hey Siri” respectively. Today the same technology is applied to smart ... Read More »

Samsung to Buy Harman for About $8 Billion in Cash

Samsung Electronics said Monday it would buy US auto parts maker Harman International Industries for $8 billion (roughly Rs. 54,107 crores) in a bid to enter the growing market for automotive technology to produce “connected” cars. Board members of Samsung – the world’s largest producer of smartphones – had approved the all-cash acquisition of the Connecticut-based firm for $112 a ... Read More »

We Might Soon Have Emojis for Zombie, Hijab, Breast-Feeding, and More

Apple recently introduced complete support for Unicode 9.0 in the developer beta of iOS 10.2. The new additions to the platform included emojis for facepalm, drooling face, shrug, among others. Now, we have got the glimpse of some emojis that might make their way to the mobile platforms by both Apple and Google next year as Unicode has just released ... Read More »

Amazon Ordered by US Court to Process Refunds for Children’s In-App Purchases

A federal judge on Thursday directed Amazon.com Inc to set up a year-long process to reimburse parents whose children made in-app purchases without permission, but rejected a US regulator’s request for a $26.5 million lump-sum payout. US District Judge John Coughenour, in Amazon’s hometown of Seattle, issued his order more than six months after finding the online retailer liable, in ... Read More »

Microsoft Office Apps for Android Will Be Officially Supported on Chrome OS

Google’s fast-growing Chrome OS recently got the ability to run Android apps, adding a huge breadth of apps to the platform. However, apparently there were some Chromebooks that were not compatible with Microsoft Office apps for Android. Now, Microsoft has clarified that these are teething issues and every Chromebook will soon be able to run Office apps for Android without ... Read More »

BlackBerry’s Got One Last Keyboard Smartphone for Its Fans

BlackBerry CEO John Chen hints at bringing a new smartphone BlackBerry has officially shut its mobile business The company said it will focus more on the software division BlackBerry Ltd. has officially stopped making its own phones, but the company has one last treat for die-hard fans: a new phone sporting its trademark physical keyboard. Chief Executive Officer John Chen ... Read More »

Benefits of Using Placement Agencies for Job Search | JobsSite.ca Why use Placement Agency for finding an ideal IT job

Over the recent years, computer and Information Technology jobs have been experiencing a rising trend. You’re keen on pursuing a career in IT. You’re an IT graduate and now you’re looking forward to getting your first career break. A quick glance in the job market and you’ll come across hundreds and thousands of IT graduates looking for career growth in ... Read More »

Samsung Officially Launches Android 7.0 Galaxy Beta Program for Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge

  Samsung has officially rolled out its ‘Galaxy Beta Program’, which lets users of the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge sample Android 7.0 Nougat before its public release. We reported this a couple of days back and now, Samsung has made it official through a news release on its website. The Beta program is currently only available for users residing ... Read More »