Fossil’s New Android Watch, Q Founder Available For $295

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The much-awaited smartwatch, Q Founder by the American Brand Fossil is now up for grabs. The Fossil Q Founder is now available online and in select Fossil stores, for $295.

This smartwatch looks like a traditional watch, it has a stainless steel body, a round touchscreen display, interchangeable straps for customization, and comes with a water-resistant case. Read More

Apple To Switch From LCD To OLED In 2018

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From 2018, Apple will manufacture iPhones with OLED displays instead of the LCD displays that is presently used, according to Nikkei Asian Review.

Apple currently uses the organic light-emitting diode (OLED) displays for the Apple Watch whereas, iPhones and iPads still incorporate the much older and less bright, liquid crystal display (LCD) technology. Read More

Xiaomi’s New 7.9 Inch Tablet Is An iPad Mini Look-Alike

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Xiaomi recently unveiled its new tablet the Mi Pad 2, a 7.9-inch tablet that looks like an iPad mini, but can run Windows 10 as well as Android.

This newly revealed tablet has a metal body which makes it much lighter and thinner than its predecessor, the plastic-body Mi Pad. It comes with 2GB of RAM, 16GB or 64GB of internal storage, a reversible USB Type-C port, 2048 x 1536 resolution screen and is powered by a 64-bit Intel Atom X5-Z8500. Read More

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The New Update Of Google Drive, Amazon Video And Microsoft OneDrive For iOS 3D Touch

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The latest update of the Google Drive App, Amazon Video App and Microsoft’s OneDrive App for iOS utilise the 3D Touch feature of iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. These updates that rolled out on Tuesday, add quite some new features to the Apps. In the new version of the Drive App, version 4.4, if you now want to quickly upload photos or search the contents of your Drive all you need to do is press the Drive App icon using more pressure. Read More

Vienna May Be Blackberry’s Second Android OS Device

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After the recent launch of its first ever Android device, Blackberry is believed to be working on another smartphone supporting the Android OS. The company’s CEO made a statement that highlighted the possibility of more  Android-based Blackberry devices hitting the market very soon. Also, some images have been leaked on the internet that lead to the second-Blackberry-Android-device speculations and provide a rough idea of the device’s design.

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Leaked Screenshots Lead To Apple Support App Rumours

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A few recently leaked screenshots have led to speculations that Apple might currently be working on a troubleshooting and support for its Operating System. This development by Apple will provide the users with a faster support and will help them resolve their queries without having to make phone calls or looking them up on the company’s website. Read More