• Apple sued after it admits to slowing down older iPhones
Apple sued after it admits to slowing down older iPhones

In addition, the company could also launch a 6.1-inch model with an LCD display that should get a slightly lower price tag. People who owned iPhone 6, 6s, and 6s Plus devices have been complaining that their devices shut down spontaneously even though they had sufficient battery.

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  • Entry Level Samsung Galaxy J2 (2018) SM-J250 Press Image & Specs Leaked
Entry Level Samsung Galaxy J2 (2018) SM-J250 Press Image & Specs Leaked

On the specifications front, the Samsung Galaxy J7 Nxt features a 5.5-inch HD Super AMOLED display , an octa-core processor, and 3GB RAM . However, nothing has changed in context to the Galaxy X and we still expect Samsung to launch its first smartphone in 2018 itself.

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  • Penske Media buys majority stake in Rolling Stone magazine
Penske Media buys majority stake in Rolling Stone magazine

But only one could emerge with the prize of the long-running and instantly recognizable property, and that victor is Penske Media Corporation , Variety reports . Wenner was infamously dismissive of the Internet as it burgeoned into the dominant force in media around the turn of the century, "farming out" management of RollingStone.com to outside ...

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  • Why your iPhone is getting slower and slower?
Why your iPhone is getting slower and slower?

Introduced a year ago for the iPhone 6 , iPhone 6s , and iPhone SE , the feature is aimed at preventing unexpected device shutdowns, the company said . Proof: My iPhone 6 was bought 3years ago and recently got really slow. Apple said the problem stemmed from the fact that all lithium-ion batteries , not just those found in Apple products,...

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  • Apple to Waive iOS Developer Fee for Governments and NonProfits
Apple to Waive iOS Developer Fee for Governments and NonProfits

It's unclear at this point how much of a deterrent that will be: after all, if gamers particularly want one item, and a loot box is the only way to get it, the motivation to take the chance will still be there. Apple announced a sweeping revision to the guidelines for its App Store yesterday , which now includes a provision that loot boxes must be...

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  • Samsung Starts Mass-Producing 2nd-Generation 10nm-Class DRAM
Samsung Starts Mass-Producing 2nd-Generation 10nm-Class DRAM

The new advanced proprietary circuit design enables the 8Gb DDR4 chip to operate at 3,600 megabits per second (Mbps) per pin. The new RAM hasn't seen any changes the fabrication process but Samsung has managed to reduce the size by adding new technologies including "a unique air spacer" and better error checking mechanism.

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  • Android 8.0 Oreo is now available for all Australian Nokia 8 owners
Android 8.0 Oreo is now available for all Australian Nokia 8 owners

And don't forget to watch our in-depth video review and camera comparison of Nokia 8 on your Youtube channel. When HMD Global took to the stage to announce Nokia's comeback they promised quickly, seamless and timely updates to the operating system due to a stock Android experience.

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  • Universal Music Group And Facebook Strike Major Licensing Deal
Universal Music Group And Facebook Strike Major Licensing Deal

The move marks a new foray into music by Facebook, which despite its global conquest had been low-key in developing music functions compared with fellow tech titans Apple, Google and Amazon. While music postings are omnipresent on Facebook, the company attempts to take down embedded content that is copyrighted, with fans either uploading their own ...

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  • Magic Leap's mysterious AR headset gets revealed
Magic Leap's mysterious AR headset gets revealed

Magic Leap has been in and out of the news for years now, but nobody's really known what it is they're all about. However, VR and AR are used interchangeably enough that the glasses could still be used for augmented reality experiences, but seeing as this is a design patent, technical details are lacking.

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  • Facebook changes messaging rules to help curtail harassment
Facebook changes messaging rules to help curtail harassment

Using information such as a person's Internet Protocol ( IP) address , Facebook said the company can recognize if a blocked user creates another account. Only the user who has blocked an account will be able to initiate the conversation with the offending person. Oftentimes, says Antigone Davis, Facebook's head of safety, people don't want ...

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  • Pixel 2 USB-C Headphone Jack Adapter Not Working? Try These Solutions
Pixel 2 USB-C Headphone Jack Adapter Not Working? Try These Solutions

Google has surprisingly stripped its Pixel lineup of the 3.5 mm headphone jack after heavily advertising its existence on the first Pixel iteration previous year. Google Pixel 2 XL users are experiencing latency in the fingerprint scanner after updating the software to latest Android Oreo 8.1. Once that is accomplished, go to Settings- System- ...

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  • New 2018 Jeep Cherokee SUV revealed ahead of Detroit debut
New 2018 Jeep Cherokee SUV revealed ahead of Detroit debut

The front end appears to be more cohesive now and more consistent with the rest of the details. Around at the back it looks a bit like the new Compass , with fuller taillights and a kind of three dimensional profile going on that draws down from the rear windscreen, to the number plate area, and to the lower bumper bar.

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  • Wall St. Rally Stalls Ahead of Tax Bill Vote
Wall St. Rally Stalls Ahead of Tax Bill Vote

The pan-European FTSEurofirst 300 index rose 1.18 per cent, and the pan-European STOXX 600 rose 1.2 per cent, while the benchmark MSCI World index, which tracks stocks around the globe, gained 0.89 per cent to a record high. Shares of Amplify Snack soared 71.6 percent to $12.01 after Hershey said it would buy the SkinnyPop popcorn maker in a $1.6 b...

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  • Republican Tax Bill Has Grown More Unpopular, Poll Shows
Republican Tax Bill Has Grown More Unpopular, Poll Shows

Analaysts say the tax cuts will cost the US government $1.5 trillion in revenue over the next decade, The New York Times reported . Tax cuts for people like me, who have significant income and wealth, will stay permanent. Rohrabacher is still a "no", according to Bloomberg News , but there will be sufficient votes to allow the bill to pass the Ho...

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  • Russia-based anti-virus company sues US Department of Homeland Security
Russia-based anti-virus company sues US Department of Homeland Security

Kaspersky has denied those claims, and its lawsuit in federal court in Washington DC asked for the ban to be thrown out. Specifically, Kaspersky says that, due to the way DHS' Binding Operational Directive (BOD) was issued, the company didn't have adequate time to respond to the government's concerns, which immediately had a deleterious effect ...

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  • Google Chrome 64 Available in Beta with New Features
Google Chrome 64 Available in Beta with New Features

Other bonuses in Chrome 64 , as noted by 9to5Google, include an improved pop-up blocker , additional security measures that prevent malicious auto-redirects, and support for HDR video playback when Windows 10 is in HDR mode. That doesn't seem to be coming in this release after all. By default, sound is set to be allowed. But it's important to...

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  • You Can Activate Google Assistant with
You Can Activate Google Assistant with "Hey Google" on More Phones Now

As if all the problems with the display weren't enough, there have been reports that the recent Android 8.1 Oreo update negatively affected the authentication performance by use of the fingerprint sensor . Until Google gets to the bottom of this issue and comes up with a solution, it appears that a workaround does the trick and makes the...

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  • Google Uses Light Beam Tech To Wirelessly Deliver Internet In India
Google Uses Light Beam Tech To Wirelessly Deliver Internet In India

However, keeping stratospheric balloons going permanently is a tricky task, which is why Alphabet's R&D arm, X, has been working toward a ground-based solution that replicates the same technological ethos as the balloons. Google X is known for creating Waymo (driverless auto), Google glass, Project Loon (web through inflatables) and other mos...

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  • BlackBerry ends support for Priv, its first Android phone
BlackBerry ends support for Priv, its first Android phone

Blackberry has also announced that they will soon start a trade-up program for BlackBerry Priv users as well as the BB10 and BBOS devices holders. With word of this trade-up program now available, it could be a good move for current Priv owners to hold onto the device until they're ready to upgrade to a KeyOne or Motion smartphone.

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  • Folding Microsoft Surface outed in new patent drawings
Folding Microsoft Surface outed in new patent drawings

While no stylus is present in the filing, it's probably safe to assume Surface Pen compatibility given Microsoft's push for pen input on its Surface products. Alternatively, both screens can be treated as a full display. In the end, Microsoft's design looks a lot like some of the Samsung patents we've seen in the past, but that hinge could prove ...

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