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How to Watch Your Favorite Old Movies on iPad

MP4 is one of the most common formats for recording both audio and video. It is supported and thus can be played by iPod, iPhone, Sony PSP, and many other devices. Also, the MP4 is great for backing up DVD movies, because it allows you to get a small file in which the video quality stays on top.

Today, almost all modern TVs support the option to connect USB devices to play photos and video from them, without the need to connect the old DVD player. Admit it, to play a file from a flash drive or an external hard drive is much more convenient! However, it’s not always possible for the TV to read all the video formats. So that’s where you might face some difficulties. For example, recently I had to watch a DVD, and I could not do it, because you can’t play DVD-video format from a TV, you can only use ordinary video formats, for example, MP4, AVI, 3GP, and others. Connecting a DVD is not an option; it may take too much time. And there is no guarantee that the disc will play fine. Read More

These 3 Features Can Hold One Plus 6 Above iPhone X and Google Pixel 2

OnePlus devices are pretty solid when it comes to low costs, medium end hardware and top class design. This coupled with clever marketing does the trick in this ruthless and highly-competitive smartphone market.

OnePlus will be soon launching its seventh flagship phone OnePlus 6. The company has been very competitive with the likes of Apple an Google for the past few years. But will it be able to dominate the smartphone market with the OnePlus 6 this time around? For this, we shall be looking at some of the features below that would give this device an edge over iPhone X and Google Pixel 2. Read More

Apple In Talks Of Investing $1 Billion To Original Films And TV Shows

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Apple is planning to be the new top gun in the film and television industry. The recent report by The Wall Street Journal states that, Apple is planning to invest $1 billion to have its own streaming of, original TV series and Films. The $1 billion investment clearly states that it can produce as many as 10 new shows. Apple has also hired two new extravagant people, for the upcoming venture. Jamie Erlicht and Zack Van Amburg, the former presidents from Sony Pictures Television; hopped onto Apple to monitor video content production. Read More

Android N Official Name Revealed – “Android Nougat”

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Google has finally revealed official name of Android N, and it is called “Android Nougat”. There were rumors that Android N will be called ‘Nutella’, even the tech giant poked people with this suggestion. In Google I/O, the company also launched a website asking for suggestions for the name of Android N from people across the globe. They even setup a naming format so that people could come up with names according to that format. Google didn’t wait for Google I/O 2016 to reveal the name, because this will give time to developers to improve the Android update.

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A New Virtual Reality Headset Announced By Samsung

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We at TheAppleGoogle have some great news for our Samsung users. Samsung, during their Developers Conference in San Francisco announced that they are working on a “standalone” Virtual Reality headsets. This would be a prime competition to the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive.  Samsung also confirmed that the said VR headset would work independently without a smartphone. Read More

Huawei’s Next Android Phone, Mate 8

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Chinese manufacturer Huawei has unveiled its latest flagship mobile phone, the Mate 8. This will be an Android powered smartphone with a 6-inch HD 1920×1080 display.

It runs on the latest Android 6.0 along with Huawei’s custom EMUI 4.0 user interface. The cameras include a 16-megapixel back camera with a Sony IMX298 sensor with optical image stabilization and a f/2.0 aperture and, an 8-megapixel camera back camera. The back camera has a fingerprint reader underneath it. Read More

Apple Won’t Announce Subscription Based TV Service At WWDC

Apple TVIn what could be a huge disappointment for TV viewers, Apple will not launch their streaming TV service this June at the annual developers conference, WWDC. They will have to wait a little longer to ditch their cable as Apple plans to make the big announcement later this year or in 2016. But the new service is most definitely coming and quite soon as Apple has TV Executives lined up to sign a deal with them. Read More