Wednesday, October 5, 2016

A difficult indication of exactly how terrible the iPhone 7's battery life is

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Apple's new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Or more were discharged only two weeks prior, yet two weeks has been all that could possibly be needed time for clients to figure out the telephones' qualities and shortcomings. Also, things being what they are, they have significantly a greater number of qualities than shortcomings. Apple's cutting edge iPhones are the most effective cell phones on the planet, and they've been enhanced in about each route contrasted with a year ago's iPhone models. There's one key range where the most recent iPhone models aren't class pioneers however, and tragically it's a territory where Apple's iPhone lineup is in urgent need of change: Battery life.

A late test performed by UK-based device testing firm Which? affirmed what Apple fans all definitely knew yet have attempted their hardest to overlook the iPhone 7 has ghastly battery life.

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Android 7 "Nougat" Upgrade Plan and Discharge Date: When's It Going To Your Android Telephone?

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Android N
Google has at last discharged Android N - Otherwise known as Android Nougat, Otherwise known as Android 7.0. After months and months of beta forms, the last form of Android N is currently transporting out to the Nexus 6, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus 9, Nexus Player, Pixel C, and General Portable 4G (Android One).

Android Nougat will advance OTA to these select gadgets. The principal non-Nexus handset to run the upgrade will be the soon-t0-be-propelled LG V20, which will dispatch with Android Nougat from the container.

Friday, September 30, 2016

Apple Company and NVIDIA are making ‘Revolutionary’ New Computer Systems

Apple will unveil a redesigned MacBook Pro next month, as well as other Mac hardware, according to many reports on the matter. But the company may have even more interesting computers down the road, as it's apparently partnering with Nvidia for ‘revolutionary’ new products.

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Galaxy S7 edge explodes in the Philippines

The Galaxy Note 7 is the only Samsung phone that experienced widespread battery issues that lead to explosions and fires. Samsung had to recall the handset and offer replacements and refunds to affected buyers. Samsung fixed the problem, and successfully replaced hundreds of thousands of units around the world. However, Samsung has to clean up its image as well, and that’s a tough task when other Samsung phones explode.

Galaxy Note 7 Explosions in China Sends Consumers Operating to the iPhone 7

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China is the one major market that was not affected by the massive Galaxy Note 7 recall. Samsung said the phones in the region are safe because they contain batteries made by a local vendor , not Samsung SDI. The Samsung part made the exploding batteries that equipped Galaxy Note 7 units distributed outside of China, which is why Galaxy Note 7 sales were not interrupted in the country.

But recent Galaxy Note 7 explosions in China may end up hurting Samsung anyway.

iPhone 8’s Hottest News was Simply Unveiled through another Company

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Mi 5
Xiaomi is a name that smartphone users in the United States likely aren’t very familiar with. The company makes stunning Android phones that feature flagship power and specs, and it sells them at shockingly low prices. Why haven’t you ever seen one of Xiaomi’s phones in the US? Because the company built a multi-billion dollar smartphone business based on shamelessly copying everything Apple does, so it would likely be sued into oblivion if it had tried to sell its phones in the US market. One time, Xiaomi even had an executive in a black mock turtleneck and jeans unveil a new smartphone at a press conference. No, seriously.

Friday, September 23, 2016

How Samsung will force you ? and to exchange your exploding Galaxy Note 7

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Galaxy Note 7
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 recall is going as planned if you can really ever plan for such a mess. The company has brought in half a million replacement units to the US, and other markets are also receiving the safe Galaxy Note 7 versions as we speak. But Samsung won’t stop until all the damaged devices are replaced. If you’re still oblivious to the problem, Samsung won’t let you sit idly by with a fire hazard in your pocket.

Samsung’s replacement operation is reportedly going smoothly in Canada, where many buyers have already brought in their defective units. According to Samsung Canada COO and Executive Vice President Paul Brannen, some 70% of the almost 22,000 devices sold in the region before the recall have been returned. That leaves plenty of faulty units in the wild, but Samsung wants to replace every single one of them.

Sunday, September 18, 2016

"Galaxy Note7 due to fire risks", Samsung to officially recall

It’s official. The US Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued a recall of Samsung’s Galaxy Note7 smartphone. According to the commission’s report, the handset, which went on sale in the US in August and received positive reviews, can overheat and catch fire and poses a risk of serious burns to consumers.

Saturday, September 10, 2016

Your next laptop could have a fingerprint reader and USB-C

Your next laptop may be a lot thinner and the most important interface on it may not be the keyboard, the touchpad or the screen.

The IFA trade show here shows two welcome and rapidly accelerating trends in the Windows PC market. One is the increasing use of USB-C ports to actually charge laptops, rather than just connect external devices, and the other is the addition of fingerprint readers that work with Microsoft’s Windows Hello software to let you quickly and securely log into your PC.

Does this USB port make my laptop look fat?

USB-C ports are a lot thinner than regular USB connectors and have no up or down there’s no irritating moment when you realize you tried to plug in a cable upside down. But they’ve remained relatively rare in laptops since their high-profile debut in Apple’s 12-inch MacBook last spring.

Monday, September 5, 2016

World pays tribute to 'Crocodile Hunter' Steve Irwin on 10th anniversary of his death

People around the world paid tribute to “Crocodile Hunter” Steve Irwin on Sunday, the 10th anniversary of the Australian conservationist and television personality’s tragic death.

Irwin died on Sept. 4, 2006, after being stabbed in the heart by a giant stingray while filming on the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland. The 44-year-old left behind a wife, Terri, and two children.

“You’ll be my hero for my entire existence,” Irwin’s daughter, Bindi, now 18, tweeted. “I love you more than words can describe.”

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