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Xiaomi Mi Note 2 Leaks: 6 GB of RAM, Dual Rear Camera, Dual Curved Edge Screen, Snapdragon 820

Xiaomi's next flagship device, the Mi Note 2, is expected to be launched soon. Rumors on the device have been swirling, with the latest screenshot and renders revealing more about the upcoming phablet.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech

Roku's Next Streaming Devices Will Have No Numbers In Their Names: Prepare For The Express, Premiere And Ultra

A report claims that Roku will be moving away from its scheme of naming its devices with numbers. The next Roku products are said to have names such as the Roku Express, the Roku Premiere and the Roku Ultra.


Amazon To Try Out Technical Teams With 30-Hour Workweeks: Here's What The Experiment Is Looking To Accomplish

Amazon will soon launch an experiment for technical teams with employees on 30-hour workweeks. The workers will receive the same benefits as full-time employees, with salary corresponding to the reduced time from 40-hour workweeks.

Business Tech

Opera Web Sync Service Breached By Hackers: Account Information, Passwords Compromised

Opera's web sync service suffered a security breach last week, prompting the company to force reset all passwords. The passwords are all protected, but Opera is understandably not taking any chances.


Galaxy Note 7 Tips And Tricks: How To Get The Most Out Of The Latest Samsung Flagship Smartphone

Samsung's latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note 7, is an all-around powerful device. Here are a few tips and tricks that users can do to maximize the capabilities of the Galaxy Note 7.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech

Samsung Cloud Is How An Android Backup System Should Be: Launched With Galaxy Note 7, Coming To Galaxy S7 And Galaxy S7 Edge

Samsung has launched the Samsung Cloud service alongside the Galaxy Note 7. The backup and restore system is a definite upgrade to the service offered by Google for its Android operating system.

Apps/Software August 28, 2016

China's Baidu Unveils New All-Electric, Self-Driving Car: Testing Begins For Modified Chery EQ

Baidu has unveiled a modified Chery EQ electric vehicle as its new self-driving car for testing in China. The company is looking to launch self-driving vehicles for a public shuttle service in the country by 2018.

Car Tech August 28, 2016

It Is Now Easy To Stream Blizzard Games Such As 'Overwatch' And 'Hearthstone' On Facebook: Your Move, Twitch

Blizzard Streaming, first announced a couple of months ago, has now been launched. The feature makes it easier for gamers to live stream the Blizzard titles they play on the PC through their Facebook accounts.

Video Games August 27, 2016

Nintendo NX Rumors: Hybrid Console's Detachable Controllers Will Support Motion Control, Multiple Vibration Levels

The latest rumor on the hybrid Nintendo NX console claims that its detachable controllers have basic motion control support like that of the Wii Remote Plus. The controllers are also said to have advanced vibration force feedback.

Video Games August 27, 2016

Windows 10 PCs Crash With Blue Screen Of Death After Amazon Kindle Is Plugged In: Here's A Workaround While Waiting For The Fix

Several reports reveal that Windows 10 PCs crash upon plugging in an Amazon Kindle e-reader. The issue is the second high-profile problem related to Microsoft's Anniversary Update for the operating system.

Microsoft August 27, 2016

Samsung Puts Up Galaxy Note 7 For Preorder In China: Sorry, No 6 GB RAM, 128 GB Storage Option... For Now

Samsung has finally launched preorders for the Galaxy Note 7 in China. However, missing from the options is the rumored 6 GB RAM, 128 GB internal storage version of the device.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech August 27, 2016

Twitter Looking To Release Keyword Filter To Shield Users From Online Abuse: Would It Be Effective?

Twitter is currently developing a keyword-based filter for its platform, according to a Bloomberg report. The tool will allow users to screen out tweets that contain keywords such as racial slurs and swear words.

Internet August 27, 2016

Apple Supplier Pegatron Found To Be Exploiting Workers With Low Base Pay And Forced Overtime: Should Apple Be Held Liable?

Apple supplier Pegatron has been exploiting workers with low base pay and forced overtime, according to an investigation by China Labor Watch. The watchdog group is calling for Apple to make improvements on the labor conditions of its manufacturing partners.

Apple August 26, 2016

Uber Lost Nearly $1.3 B Over The First Half Of The Year: Is The World's Most Valuable Startup In Trouble?

A Bloomberg report revealed that Uber lost $1.27 billion over the first half of the year. According to the company's head of finance, most of the losses globally were due to the subsidies that the startup provided to its drivers.

Business Tech August 26, 2016

Apple Looking To Make iPhone More Secure: Future Models Could Take Videos And Collect Fingerprints Of Thieves

A patent application for Apple reveals a technology that will further improve the security of the iPhone. Upon meeting certain trigger conditions, the system can collect biometric information from thieves, including their fingerprints and a video of them.

Apple August 26, 2016

Google Rolls Out Solitaire, Tic-Tac-Toe For Search: Let's See How Much Time You Can Waste

Google has rolled Solitaire and Tic-Tac-Toe into its desktop search engine and mobile Google Search app. The games, which are free and do not need users to download anything, show the continued evolution of Google Search.

Google August 26, 2016

iPhone Users, Update To iOS 9.3.5 Immediately: Apple Patches Up Exploits That Allow Hackers To Hijack Devices

Owners of Apple's mobile devices should download and install the iOS 9.3.5 update immediately. The update fixes zero-day exploits that hackers tried to use to remotely hijack an iPhone owned by a human rights activist in the United Arab Emirates.

Apple August 25, 2016

Apple Proposes To Add Five Job-Related Emojis: Artist, Astronaut, Firefighter, Judge And Pilot

Apple proposed to add five new job-related emojis to the Unicode Emoji Version 4.0 update, specifically for an artist, an astronaut, a firefighter, a judge and a pilot. All emojis will come with male and female versions.

Apple August 25, 2016

This iPhone 7 Leak May Be The Confirmation We Need For The 256 GB Model: What Do You Think?

Twitter leaker The Malignant uploaded an internal spreadsheet that is said to be proof of the 256 GB model for the upcoming iPhone 7. Is this the confirmation that we need for the larger storage capacity on Apple's flagship smartphone?

Apple August 25, 2016

Facebook Tags Users As Liberal, Moderate Or Conservative: How You Can Check And How The Social Network Does It

Facebook determines whether users are liberal, moderate or conservative and labels them accordingly for their ad preferences. How does Facebook do it, especially for people who are not outspoken on their political views?

Internet August 25, 2016

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