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Google testing ‘Copyless Paste’ feature for Android in Chrome web browser

Popular search giant Google is relatively testing a new feature for the Android version of its Chrome web browser. Dubbed 'Copyless Paste', available under Chrome's flags subsection (chrome://fla... Read More >>




WhatsApp to get back the old status feature, but with a new name called as ‘Tagline’

Facing a negative reaction at bulk from users for introducing new changes in the status update, the popular messaging app reportedly will once again bring back the old status feature that let users to [....]


Samsung joined hands with Reliance Jio with a motive to brace LTE services in India

Electronic giant ‘Samsung’ and  Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd recently created buzz by making an effort to expand the 'Digital India' campaign by entering into a combined venture to launc [....]


Announced at MWC 2017, ZTE’s first 5G-ready smartphone will enter the market by 2020

Chinese multinational telecommunications equipment and systems company ZTE came up with the world's first smartphone companionable with the lightening-fast 5G mobile internet services that networ [....]


iPhone 8 could be the next best thing in the world of security among all smartphones

While the iPhone is considered as one of the best smartphones until now for fast processor and security reasons, it has again embarked upon a new reason to stay ahead in the competition to procure 100 [....]


‘Google Assistant’ soon will be obtainable for Android 6.0 Marshmallow devices

After so much assumptions and speculations, the tech giant ‘Google’ has finally established that its Google Assistant voice-based virtual assistant that soon will be coming on all the devi [....]


The Instant Tethering feature rolling out to Pixel, Nexus devices running Android 7.1.1 Nougat

After being marked last month, the Instant Tethering feature is all set to roll out entirely to Pixel and also selected Nexus smartphones running Android 7.1.1 Nougat&nbs [....]


OnePlus 3, 3T receiving OxygenOS 4.0.3 update with enhanced camera app constancy and more

Sustaining their long carried reputation of providing numerous updates, OnePlus has now started rolling out OxygenOS 4.0.3 update for OnePlus 3 and 3T smartphones. Along with numer [....]


Apple’s WWDC 2017 is slated to be held in San Jose, California from 5-9 June

California based tech giant Apple recently announced the dates for WWDC 2017 to swarm and rejoice the developer community. Slated to start on 5 June 2017, the WWDC 2017 will go on till 9 Jun [....]


The next iPhone might have a fingerprint reader built right into its screen

Details of a new patent filed by Apple was published by the US Patent and Trademark office, revealing a technology for an “interactive display with IR diodes.” If Apple follows through on [....]


BlackBerry's all new ‘Notable App’ for Android lets users edit and share screenshots and much more

To make a strong foothold in today’s mobile hungry and social networking world, the Canada based multinational wireless telecommunications company ‘BlackBerry’ is trying every other [....]

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