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iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus Have Smaller Batteries Than iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, Tips TENAA Listing

We have mentioned it time and again that with Apple’s iPhone handsets, specifications on paper often don’t reveal the full picture. However, the TENAA listings of the new iPhone 8 models have revealed an interesting aspect about the handsets. The listing suggests that the new handsets from Apple pack smaller batteries than their predecessors. The TENAA listing, spotted by popular tipster @onleaks,… Read More »

Nokia 8 now spotted in Gold-Copper color; have a look

We got to see another alleged Nokia 8 image from the same leakster on the same day. However, the smartphone sported a different color; Silver. Yet again, we have come across not one but a set of images said to be of the Nokia 8 via mydrivers.com. Apparently, this is the Gold-Copper variant of the smartphone. While the… Read More »

Samsung Galaxy Note8 to have two storage options: 64GB and 128GB

According to a new report from South Korea, the company’s upcoming Galaxy Note8 flagship will have two storage options: 64GB and 128GB. Users will be able to expand the storage up to 256GB via microSD card. The report, which cites a company official, also quotes them as saying that the handset will carry a price tag of somewhere between $1,000… Read More »

Tim Cook May Have Taken a Subtle Dig at Facebook in His MIT Commencement Speech

Apple chief executive Tim Cook appeared to make a veiled swipe at Facebook on Friday as he spoke to new graduates at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Addressing the Class of 2017, Cook emphasised the importance of baking humanity into every decision and project, particularly when it came to technology. While tech has made the world better, he… Read More »

North Korea says will have dialogue with U.S. under right conditions – Yonhap

A senior North Korean diplomat who handles relations with the United States said on Saturday that Pyongyang would have dialogue with the U.S. administration if conditions were right, South Korea’s Yonhap news agency reported. Choe Son Hui, North Korea’s foreign ministry director general for U.S. affairs, made the comment to reporters in Beijing as she was travelling home… Read More »

No iPhone user can even imagine dealing with what Android users have to tolerate

We’re now five months into 2017, and Apple’s new iOS 11 platform is about one month away from being released as a beta. iOS 10, Apple’s most recent public software release, is currently installed on about 80% of active iPhones, iPads, and iPod touch devices. iPhone users, can you even imagine what life would be like if the… Read More »

Not all ‘shell companies’ have shady business

  The threat of arbitrariness and excess hangs over Indian business today, after the Finance Bill has armed junior taxmen with discretionary powers of search and seizure and with the ongoing crackdown on shell companies. The term shell companies is loaded: some nefarious intent or the other is implied by its very nomenclature. All companies without an operational… Read More »

Qualcomm Said to Have Blocked Samsung Exynos Chip Sales to Other Handset Makers

Samsung has been one of the handset makers that has been using Qualcomm chipsets for years now. Though, Samsung has been prevented from selling its in-house Exynos chipsets to other handset makers by none other than Qualcomm, claims a new report. Samsung has been consistent with its own Exynos-series of processors which get refreshed every year though one… Read More »

Facebook to Have Outside Audit of Ad Data

Facebook on Friday promised an outside audit of data it provides advertisers in a move apparently aimed at quelling concerns about accuracy. The news came just months after the leading social network announced it was working to fix flaws in its metrics calculations that led to audiences being overestimated at times. “We are committing to an audit by… Read More »

Amazon admits it may have to pay fine for violating Iran sanctions

Amazon on Friday disclosed Iranian business ties that may have violated US sanctions, warning that it may be penalised after a regulatory review of the activities. The company said in a regulatory filing that from 2012 to 2016 it “processed and delivered orders of consumer products for certain individuals and entities located outside Iran covered by the Iran Threat… Read More »