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T-Mobile Rolling out the Galaxy S8 & S8+ Oreo Update

The T-Mobile is finally rolling out the Galaxy S8 & S8+ Oreo Update with PDA versions G950USQU2CRB9 and G955USQU2CRB9 respectively. Finally the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ owners will get the taste if Android 8.0 Oreo on their phones. The T-Mobile is rolling out this update after a couple of days from the new update released from Verizon which upgrades the Android Version to Android 8.0 Oreo. Both carriers T-Mobile and Verizon rolling out the new update Android 8.0.0 Oreo for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, and it’s only a matter of time to see the new Android Oreo...

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Galaxy S9 and S9+ First Update G960FXXU1ARC5 | G965FXXU1ARC5

Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ will be available on sale in many countries around the world soon in less than a week, and also there are some of pre-order customers already have the device. But the surprise is these new Samsung Smartphones S9 and S9+ received a new Firmware Update in some Regions (G960FXXU1ARC5 and G965FXXU1ARC5). Today, for Galaxy S9 and S9+ owners will receive the first Software Update for Samsung Galaxy S9 SM-G960F and S9+ SM-G965F the Samsung’s newest flagships. Update: The Firmware Updates for Galaxy S9 and S9+ are available for downloading now. Download G960FXXU1ARC5 | Galaxy...

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Instagram Will Alert You If Someone Screenshots Your Stories

Instagram is testing a Screenshot alert new feature for Stories. If someone trying to creep surreptitiously your public posts, this new feature may help you. Instagram Stories like Snapchat service that lets users create a sequence of photos and videos that disappear after 24 hours. When you add photos or videos to your Instagram Stories, maybe someone screenshots it, so this new feature will help you identifies who screenshots your Instagram Stories. An Instagram Spokesperson told TechCrunch about that feature and confirming the existence of the Test. He said, “We are always testing ways to improve the experience on...

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Nokia ReefShark chipset will deliver 5G performance boost

Nokia has announced a new line of chipsets to help operators upgrade their networks to support 5G. Nokia says its new 5G ReefShark chipset triples capacity to 84Gbps, up from current chipsets’ top speed of 28Gbps.ReefShark chipsets will begin shipping in the third quarter as plug-in units for Nokia’s AirScale baseband module. AirScale can be upgraded to 5G with a software update. By boosting the baseband unit’s throughput using ReefShark, multiple AirScale modules can support throughputs of up to six terabits per second. Nokia says 30 operators are already using ReefShark and further deployments will occur during the third...

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Officially Xiaomi Redmi 5 new variant available | Specs & price

Xiaomi has silently launched a new variant of the Redmi 5 Samrtphone that was launched in China last year. The Xiaomi Redmi 5 now comes in a 4GB RAM variant in China at a price of 1,099 yuan (roughly Rs 11,050).Apart from the bump in RAM, the smartphone bears exactly similar specifications to the original variant launched last year, alongside the Xiaomi Redmi 5 Plus. The Xiaomi Redmi 5 features an 18:9 display as its biggest highlight. The Xiaomi Redmi 5 now has three RAM variants – 2GB, 3GB, and 4GB – along with two internal storage options –...

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China smartphones domination | Xiaomi vs. Samsung

Chinese smartphone brands are dominating Indian market thanks to successful localization, a global tech industry analysis firm has said. The Two main companies that dominate the Market now are Xiaomi and Samsung. Smartphone maker Xiaomi led the Indian market with shipments close to 8.2 million units in Q4 2017 overtaking Samsung which shipped a little over 7.3 million smartphones to take second place, Canalys said. Together, the top two vendors now command more than half of the smartphone market in India, with market leader Xiaomi at 27 per cent and second-placed Samsung at 25 per cent, state-run Xinhua news...

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Unofficial Google Camera HDR+ port now works on LG phones

Unofficial Google Camera HDR+ port now works on LG phones with wide angle lenses. Many of us love the simplicity of the Google Camera app that comes pre-installed on Google Pixel phones, but it’s the HDR+ capabilities that really set it apart. An unofficial port has been available for some time now. It hasn’t played nice with phones that have dual rear lenses, as no Google device has such a setup. A new update looks to have added support for some LG devices with two cameras. Different OEMs have different dual lens setups, but LG has preferred its secondary...

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Change your Password Now: Imgur was hacked in 2014

While much of the US was celebrating Thanksgiving, social image hosting site Imgur was made aware of a security breach that took place back in 2014. Around 1.7 million user accounts were affected. This is a relatively small percentage of Imgur users, and COO Roy Sehgal points out that the site has never asked for “personally-identifying information.” Nevertheless, the company is contacting the owners of affected accounts, advising them to change their passwords. Hackers managed to steal email addresses and passwords. This might be a concern for anyone who reuses passwords across multiple services, but the data was hashed...

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Google collecting your location data without your knowledge

Collecting data about the locations of smartphone users without their knowledge is a violation of users’ privacy. Google is facing scrutiny for reportedly collecting data about the location of smartphone users without their knowledge. Regulators in South Korea summoned Google representatives this week to question them about a report that claimed the company was collecting data from Android devices even when location services were disabled. The Korea Communications Commission (KCC) “is carrying out an inquiry into the claims that Google collected users’ Cell ID data without consent even when their smartphone’s location service was inactive,” Chun Ji-Hyun, head of...

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