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Google shares how to protect yourself online during COVID-19 times

Since almost all of our transactions and communications are now done online, there’s also the risk of subjecting our data and information to security risks. There will always be people who will try to trick you or to hack your accounts even during pandemic times and so you need all the help you can to […]

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Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra hits DxOMark: See if scores are high

Earlier this April, we shared with you our review of the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra. We noted that it is an ‘ultimate beast’ for several reasons. For one, the camera system is all-powerful. It both “delights and frustrates”. We said those words because while the camera parts are high-specced, some functions have been compromised. They’re […]

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YouTube Flex mode for the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip introduced

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is a foldable phone alright but it is different in many ways. Unlike the original Galaxy Fold, also from the South Korean tech giant, this one folds vertically. It boasts a clamshell form factor and now has a rival from Motorola–the new-gen Motorola RAZR phone. The Galaxy Z Flip isn’t […]

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Nubia Play 5G gaming phone launched for budget buyers

Nubia has really upped the ante with its gaming phones to challenge RoG and Black Shark that are the other strong players in this particular niche. Recently it announced the hard to deny RedMagic 5G gaming phone which has high-end specifications any gamers would be impressed with. Now, it is set to reveal another budget […]

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WhatsApp beta will now let 8 participants join a video chat

While there are a lot of video conferencing platforms for your work-related purposes, there are also several messaging platforms that are meant more for video chatting with your loved ones. Facebook-owned messaging app WhatsApp is for the latter and now they are letting you add more people to your video chat. Previously only four people […]

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T-Mobile, Sprint merger widens coverage of both networks

The T-Mobile and Sprint merger is finally and officially happening. We’ve heard of this before but it’s only now the two networks have received the approval. The legalities are being ironed out and so expect related announcements in the coming days or week. The two companies are formally joining forces which means their customers will […]

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Motorola Edge+ flagship, Motorola Edge budget version unveiled

Motorola has finally and officially launched two new Android phones for the mobile consumers. Before the Motorola One Fusion+ and just after the Moto G8 Power Lite, the Lenovo-owned brand introduces the Motorola Edge and the Motorola Edge+. The new flagship duo has been teased several times with the latest information we noted here was […]

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Aptoide : l’app store tiers victime d’une fuite de données

Pour se procurer de nouvelles applications sur Android, il y a le Google Play Store mais aussi de nombreux app store tiers, qui permettent aux utilisateurs qui ne disposent pas d’un accès au store officiel de récupérer des application. Aptoide est l’un des plus populaires : le service revendique 250 millions d’utilisateurs et 10 milliards de […]

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Google adding “sensitivity options” for Google Assistant devices

While voice-enabled devices have made our lives a bit more convenient, there are also times when they’re a pain and maybe even a security risk. The “always listening” smart speakers particularly are pretty controversial as they sometimes get triggered for the littlest thing and record conversations that don’t really concern them. Google will soon be […]

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