Month: November 2018

Advertisement Google Maps is rapidly evolving into a bigger and (potentially) better platform than it has been previously. And the latest feature Google is adding to the Maps mix is hashtags. Yes, Google Maps will soon be awash with hashtags, for better or worse. Hashtags Finally Arrive on Google Maps You can now add hashtags
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Google said Wednesday it was expanding its “virtual” telecommunication service that was limited to select Android-powered smartphones to a wider range of devices, including iPhones. Freshly renamed “Google Fi” service aims to take on traditional carriers by letting people pay based on how much data they use and roam internationally. Fi was limited to newer
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Nokia 7.1, the newest smartphone from the house of HMD Global, has launched in India. First unveiled at an event in London last month, the smartphone features a PureDisplay panel with HDR10 password as its primary highlight. Other Nokia 7.1 highlights include its dual rear camera setup with Zeiss optics, and a 3,060mAh battery with 18W fast
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VPNs are complex, and with so much choice on the market and all providers claiming their VPN is the best, subscribing to one is a decision that requires much thought. When you throw in other elements such as price points and device compatibility before you even get to the more technical aspects of choosing a VPN,
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USB drives are convenient, but you can’t use one with your phone. Well, unless you have an Android phone and know what USB OTG is. USB On-The-Go (OTG) is a standardized specification that allows a device to read data from a USB device without requiring a PC. The device basically becomes a USB host, which
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Intel has adopted Microsoft’s Universal Windows Platform (UWP) for its latest graphics driver release, and has announced that all drivers going forward will use this new framework. UWP drivers, also known as Windows Modern Drivers, are meant to be single packages that can be installed on any Windows device. This is intended to cover various versions of
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South Korean prosecutors on Thursday said they have indicted nine people on suspicion of leaking Samsung Electronics Co flexible display technology to a Chinese company. The Suwon District Prosecutors’ Office has charged the chief executive and eight employees of supplier Toptec Co Ltd for selling information earlier this year about Samsung’s organic light-emitting diode (OLED) panels.
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Digital giants led by Google, Facebook and Amazon have warned Australia against passing a “fundamentally flawed” law allowing security services to spy on encrypted communications among suspected criminals and terrorists. In a submission sent to parliament this week and made available to AFP Thursday, the Digital Industry Group Inc (DIGI) said the legislation proposed by
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