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OnePlus 3T Now Available With Free Protective Case

OnePlus is gearing up to launch its next flagship smartphone, the OnePlus 5, and reports peg its launch for later this month. The company recently announced that it will be discontinuing OnePlus 3T in major markets including India. Since it is the last chance to buy the OnePlus 3T before it goes out of stock, OnePlus is trying… Read More »

iPhone 8 Case Leak Tips Design Details, Launch Expected on September 17

iPhone 8 launch is still months away, but the rumours have been overflowing. Now, fresh leaks give us more design details about the iPhone 8, and there’s a probable keynote and launch date been outed too. This is probably the first time we are hearing of a date for the iPhone 8 launch, and it hints that there… Read More »

WhatsApp User Data: Supreme Court Constitution Bench to Hear Case on Monday

A five-judge constitution bench of the Supreme Court will from Monday start examining the privacy policy of instant messaging service WhatsApp, which has come under challenge on the ground that it allegedly infringed on the fundamental rights. The crucial matter has been listed before a second constitution bench during the summer vacation. A five-judge constitution bench headed by… Read More »

ESTI’s Eye iPhone Case Runs Android, Brings Expandable Storage and Dual SIM Card Slot

  ESTI’s smart iPhone case – Eye has now achieved its target sum on Kickstarter and looks set to bring all functionalities that are usually associated with Android smartphones to the Apple phones. With Eye case, features like microSD card storage, dual SIM card slots, and wireless charging among others will now be available to iPhone users as… Read More »

Deutsche Bank to pay $60 million to settle U.S. gold price-fixing case

Deutsche Bank AG has agreed to pay $60 million to settle private U.S. antitrust litigation by traders and other investors who accused the German bank of conspiring to manipulate gold prices at their expense. The preliminary settlement was filed on Friday with the U.S. District Court in Manhattan, and requires a judge’s approval. Deutsche Bank denied wrongdoing. The… Read More »

New leaked renders show the LG V20 from all angles inside a case

LG is announcing its competitor for Samsung’s Galaxy Note7 at an event in San Francisco on September 6. As we get closer to that date, the Korean company keeps teasing the V20 – most recently a few hours ago, when it once again emphasized the phone’s audio capabilities. If the teaser campaign doesn’t interest you, then how about… Read More »

Beijing High Court Rules in Favour of Facebook in Trademark Case

In a signal that China may soften its stand against the social networking giant Facebook, the Beijing High Court has ruled in favour of the Cupertino-based company, saying that a Chinese company should not have been allowed to register the “face book” trademark back in 2014. The Zhongshan Pearl River Drinks Factory in southern Guangdong province that had… Read More »

Apple wins key iPhone encryption case in New York

Apple has won a notable court case against the FBI after a judge in New York ruled that the company should not be forced to use a backdoor to unlock an iPhone in a case that has major similarities to the San Bernardino case in California. A report on Reuters said that, while the court decision relates to… Read More »

Prosecutors Renew Request for Apple to Open iPhone in Brooklyn Case

The Justice Department Monday asked a federal judge to force Apple to help investigators open the iPhone of a suspected Brooklyn drug dealer. Prosecutors are seeking to overturn last week’s ruling from a federal magistrate denying the government’s request. Monday’s step is, in essence, the first step in an appeal. “In light of the debate that has recently… Read More »

FBI Chief Acknowledges Apple Case May Set Privacy Precedent

FBI Director James Comey said the government isn’t looking to send a message with a court order to compel Apple to unlock a terror suspect’s iPhone but acknowledged that the case may set a precedent. Federal prosecutors simply want any potential evidence that may be on a phone used by one of the attackers in the December mass… Read More »