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Samsung halts Oreo update for Galaxy S8/S8+ due to unexpected reboots

Samsung was forced to halt its lousy update. Samsung released Android 8.0 Oreo stable update for its last year’s S-series flagships Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ almost a week ago in selected European markets. That update was followed by several beta tests of Android Oreo 8.0 on Galaxy S8 variants and was already...

The Nano S is a 360 camera built for social media

Over the past few weeks, I’ve been testing out the Nano S 360-degree camera from Insta360. It’s a cute little camera that clicks into your iPhone’s Lightning port and takes 360-degree photos and videos. The camera itself is very compact and can easily be held in...

Federal judge rules that embedded tweets can represent copyright infringement

A recent ruling by a New York federal judge could have significant implications for how copyright laws are enforced. The ruling was made in a case where Justin Goldman accused publications including Breitbart, Time, Yahoo, Vox Media and the Boston Globe of violating his copyright...

Google launches Gmail Go for Android

Google has introduced Gmail Go, the newest addition to its line of “Go” apps that are slimmed down versions of their original counterparts, as spotted by TechCrunch. Meant for phones with basic specifications and lower-end processors, or places with poor connectivity or expensive cellular data prices,...

Intel’s new graphics drivers automatically optimize game settings

Intel is introducing a new feature for its processors with integrated graphics, allowing games to be automatically optimized on systems. The feature is similar to Nvidia’s GeForce Experience, an application that’s designed to tweak game settings so they work best on a laptop or...

Games maker Atari announces its own cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrencies have gone mainstream and all the big players in the tech industry are embracing its impact. After the recent announcement by Kodak of developing its own cryptocurrency, where company’s share prices rose up by 60 percent, now a popular gaming company, Atari, based in...

Google removes “View Image” option from Google Images search

Google has always come under fire for copyrights and trademarks cases and especially when stock photography website, Getty Images filed a complaint against Google in Europe. Afterward, Google and Getty Images ended up in a deal and where this partnership will benefit some people,...

LG to unveil 6.1-inch flagship with Snapdragon 845 in June, report

The second-largest smartphones giant after Samsung in South Korea, LG is all set to unveil its flagship model for 2018 but it is not coming anytime soon. The smartphone that was earlier rumoured to be delayed is not coming until June, as far as...

HTC mobile chief resigns before the unveiling of company’s last flagship HTC U12

HTC, the popular Taiwanese tech giant, has ended the year 2017 by recording the lowest revenue of $2.1 billion in 13 years. This affirms that HTC is no more the company it used to be, at least in term of sales. The company is...

Apple to sell 100 million of new 6.1-inch LCD iPhones with same price as iPhone 8

KGI keeps coming with rumors of the upcoming smartphone of Apple and it’s good to believe in them as they are right in most of their claims. Apple is rumored to be launching at least 4 new smartphones in 2018, the names are not clear...