Category : Digital Living

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BEST CHINESE SMARTPHONES IN EYES OF FOREIGNERS : XIAOMI MI MIX WINS

A few days back we learned iPhone has lost position of the best-selling phone in China for the first time in 5 years. Now the most popular smartphone in the Middle Kingdom is the Oppo R9, which sold 17 million…

No Comments / 17 View / February 26, 2017

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Malevolent Machines is an endless runner for shoot-em-up fans

Do you like your endless runners with a dose of run-and-gun action, a sprinkle of old world steampunk style, and a whole lot of pixel-art charm? If so, you’ll probably get a kick out of Malevolent Machines, a new auto-runner…

No Comments / 13 View / February 8, 2017

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Twitter wants to make ‘abusive’ tweets disappear

Twitter has announced that it’s ramping up its efforts to stop online abuse by implementing new tools designed to banish trolls and make itself into a “safer place.” The microblogging company will introduce measures designed to stop repeat offender users from…

No Comments / 10 View / February 4, 2017

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macOS hints at new MacBook Pros with Kaby Lake chips

Apple’s next-generation MacBook Pros with Intel Kaby Lake processors have been all but confirmed by references in the latest macOS beta release. Files point to a trio of new machines that are likely to make their debut in the coming…

No Comments / 5 View / February 2, 2017

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IPHONE 8 RUMORS: WIRELESS CHARGING TO THE RESCUE

People are still lining up to snag a brand new iPhone 7, but that won’t stop anyone from speculating about next year’s iPhone. Why so early? Well, 2017 marks the iPhone’s 10th birthday, so Apple is reportedly gearing up to…

No Comments / 29 View / January 2, 2017

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How To Solve The Most Common Problems In Android 7.0 Nougat

Android Nougat may not be on a huge number of handsets right now, but if you own a Nexus device or a Pixel device, you’re probably messing around with it already. In case your Nougat experience has been buggy, these are…

No Comments / 22 View / December 22, 2016

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Apple’s Excuse For Random iPhone Shutdowns Sounds Weird But OK

After Apple announced it would offer customers replacement batteries for the iPhone 6S batch that randomly shuts off, the company now knows why the problem occurred: Air. Specifically, ambient air a crucial battery component was exposed to for too long….

No Comments / 22 View / December 20, 2016

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How To Use Gmail’s Labels To Keep Your Inbox Neat And Tidy

Labels are Gmail’s secret weapon that let you organise your inbox on your own terms. Once they’re set up, they do most of your message processing automatically and make it easier to skim through your inbox. If you’re not using…

No Comments / 40 View / December 14, 2016

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Win! A Sony Xperia XZ Worth $999

In case you hadn’t heard, we’re giving away three $999 flagship Sony Xperia XZ phones on Gizmodo this week. Want to win one? Here’s how you do that. We’re going to be running this little competition until Monday 12PM, so…

No Comments / 35 View / December 11, 2016

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THE NEW AND IMPROVED GOOGLE APP MAKES IT EASIER TO KEEP TRACK OF RECOMMENDATIONS, REMINDERS, AND INTERESTS

If you’re familiar with the Google app on iOS and Android, you’re likely aware of just how useful — and eerily omniscient — its AI-driven recommendations can be. It organizes your interests in cards, anticipatorily serving up information about traffic…

No Comments / 30 View / December 8, 2016