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Starting your business? Here’s how you can use Facebook to grow

With a number of small businesses proliferating across the country, social media has emerged as a potent tool for startups to leverage its credibility to grow and expand. If done right your business can benefit a great deal from channels like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter etc. Slick and budget friendly, social media is the best way to reach… Read More »

iPhone or iPad replace LTE with 5G E? Here’s why

Here we go again… another generation of cellular technologies and another way to confuse customers in the U.S. In the latest release of iOS 12.2, Apple joined many other Android manufacturers in adding the “5G E” logo for AT&T customers. Similar to the transition to 4G LTE, where AT&T and T-Mobile misled its customers by adding a 4G logo… Read More »

Here’s what you can do to reduce backache from computer use

Washington: Sitting on a computer is something that has become second nature to most of us. However, this seemingly harmless position compresses the neck and can lead to fatigue” headaches, poor concentration, muscle tension and even injury to the vertebrae over time, a new study finds. In time, prolonged sitting in this posture can even limit the ability… Read More »

Here’s how less than $40 of computer science training can land you a six-figure salary

Earning a degree in computer science is almost as open ended as some liberal arts degrees. From data analysis to IT projects to engineering to security specialities, the paths to taking advantage of a computer science education are varied. One area where there isn’t much variation for computer science students is in how much they get paid. Because… Read More »

Google Calendar for Web Gets a Facelift: Here’s How to Get It Now

HIGHLIGHTS Calendar gets Material design makeover New changes now live for web app Calendar for web also gets new enterprise options Google announced Material Design language for its apps back in 2014 though the company is still busy rolling out app refreshes that bring the uniformity across mobile app and the Web. The latest in the series is… Read More »

OnePlus 5T Gets Android 8.0 Oreo-Based OxygenOS Open Beta 1: Here’s What’s New

Just in a week after hinting its arrival, OnePlus has now finally released the OxygenOS Open Beta 1 build for the OnePlus 5T that brings Android 8.0 Oreo. The new development comes days after the OnePlus 5T received OxygenOS 4.7.6 update with the Face Unlock Assistive Lighting option. Notably, the Shenzhen-based company already released Android 8.0 Oreo-based OxygenOS 5.0 for the OnePlus 3, OnePlus 3T, and the OnePlus 5, and announced a… Read More »

Xiaomi India Launches Smartphone Exchange Programme: Here’s How It Works

This Xiaomi initiative is the company’s latest move to boost offline sales HIGHLIGHTS Xiaomi ties up with New Delhi-based Cashify to launch exchange programme The exchange value will be determined by Cashify team Customers need to visit nearby Mi Home to pick a new Xiaomi phone Xiaomi on Tuesday launched Mi Exchange programme in India as part of its… Read More »

Here’s What Microsoft Is Doing to Save You From Ransomware

Amid a global wave of ransomware attacks, Microsoft is adding features to its Windows 10 software that may help keep users safe. The latest Windows 10 Preview Build released to some Windows Insiders on Wednesday has added a new feature called “controlled folders,” Microsoft says. The new feature aims to protect files from malicious apps and other threats by monitoring changes made to contents… Read More »

Microsoft Surface Pro 4 successor could launch tomorrow; here’s everything we know so far

Barely a week after the annual developer conference, Microsoft is ready to hold another event tomorrow. Scheduled to be held in Shanghai, China, Microsoft is widely believed to launch the next Surface Pro at the event. Now, of course, the company itself has kept mum about giving out any kind of detail about the event tomorrow, for that… Read More »

Here’s what Samsung’s first foldable smartphone will look like

Now that we’ve grown used to seeing smartphones with curved screens, what’s next? Samsung seems to think that the next big hardware innovation is going to arrive with foldable handsets. Back in 2015, the company was rumored to out its first such device this year, but that hasn’t happened and apparently won’t happen before December 31. A report… Read More »