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iPhone SE 2 Without Earphone Jack, Face ID to Launch in May: Report

iPhone SE 2 has been rumoured to launch as a successor to the two-year-old iPhone SE for quite some time now. Over the last few months, many leaks and speculations have pointed towards the announcement of Apple’s next compact iPhone. As per new reports, Apple will launch the long-awaited iPhone SE 2 in May this year. While it is expected that the Cupertino, California-based… Read More »

Amazon Echo Speakers Now On Sale Offline and Online, Without Invite

HIGHLIGHTS Echo devices now available via a retail store near you They will no longer be limited to one per customer But free Amazon Prime membership is no longer bundled As exclusively reported by Gadgets 360, Amazon’s range of Alexa-powered Echo devices are now available via offline retailers as well. What’s more, as we expected, even online purchases via Amazon.in… Read More »

You can now post your pics on Instagram without the app

Instagram is following in its parent Facebook’s footsteps and making its service much more accessible to those left out of its app-centric, data-heavy sharing experience. The photo platform will now give users new functionality via the Instagram.com mobile website, most notably the all-important ability to actually share pics outside the IG app. The new mobile utility could help… Read More »

Apple Patent Imagines a Keyboard without Keys

After ditching traditional keys on its most popular products, Apple may now be thinking about phasing out the keyboard on its MacBook, too. The company filed a patent that was made public on Thursday for a “force-sensitive input structure for electronic devices.” United States Patent and Trademark Office The patent describes technology that would replace the laptop keyboard… Read More »

Greece Vows to Clear Idomeni Migrant Camp Without Tear Gas

Officials worked to clear an overcrowded makeshift refugee camp on Friday as European leaders met to discuss the border crisis that has left 14,000 migrants stranded there in desperate conditions. Nikos Toskas, Greece’s deputy minister for public order, said the 14,000 people camped out at the border near the village of Idomeni were being persuaded to move to… Read More »