Mobile 

Weekly Tech Recap: OnePlus 7 Pro Launch, PUBG Mobile Season 7, Realme X and More

Hotstar Breaks Viewership Records During IPL 2019, Armed With New Streaming Tech Hotstar, the video streaming platform owned by Disney, has set a new global record for viewership during the recently concluded Indian Premier League (IPL) T20 cricket tournament. Hotstar says it had 18.6 million concurrent viewers streaming the final between Chennai Super Kings and the Mumbai Indians.       OnePlus 7 Pro Launched Alongside OnePlus 7: Price, Features, Specification and More   The next iteration of the ‘flagship killer’ is official, and this time we have two models,…

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Apple 

Apple Loop: New iPhone Leaks, Embarrassing 5G Mistakes, Frustrating MacBook ZombieLoad Fix

Taking a look back at another week of news and headlines from Cupertino, this week’s Apple Loop includes new iPhone features in the boring design, some colorful options, 5G modem issues, the impact of ZombieLoad on macOS, iOS 12.3 details, App Store legal woes continue, and a look at the Apple Card. Apple Loop is here to remind you of a few of the very many discussions that have happened around Apple over the last seven days (and you can read my weekly digest of Android news here on Forbes).…

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Uncategorized 

First Apple computer made in 1976 to be auctioned online

In 1976, Apple Inc made and sold the first ever Apple computer. Fewer than half of the 200 Apple-1 computers, ever made, have survived and one of them could be yours as it goes for an online sale starting Thursday. A rare Apple-1 computer, the first personal computer ever made, will be sold by global auction house Christie’s during an online sale “On the Shoulders of Giants: Making the Modern World”. It is estimated to be sold between $4,00,000-$650,000 (Rs 2.81 to Rs 4.56 crore). Apple co-founders Steve Jobs and…

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Mobile 

Japan takes India to WTO over mobile phone import duties

Japan has complained at the World Trade Organisation about India’s duties on mobile phones, base stations and routers, and the circuit boards and other components that go into them, a WTO filing showed on Tuesday. Japan’s complaint, the first step in a legal dispute, said India had sought to foster domestic production by adjusting various taxes including customs duties, especially since it launched the “Make in India” campaign in September 2014. Some of the tariffs on goods of substantial interest to Japan were now “clearly in excess” of the rates…

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Apple 

All-new Apple TV app available in over 100 countries starting today

Apple TV App Brings Together Favorite Shows and Movies from Apple TV Channels, iTunes and Over 150 Video Apps The all-new Apple TV app, now available in over 100 countries, brings together the different ways to discover and watch shows, movies and more into one app. The all-new Apple TV app, which brings together all the ways to watch TV into one app, is available starting today in over 100 countries across iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and select Samsung smart TVs. With the free iOS 12.3 and tvOS 12.3 software…

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Apple Employees Starting to Receive Apple Cards (Photos)

Mobile leaker Ben Geskin shared images on Twitter of the consumer packaging of the new Apple credit card coming from Apple. Geskin reports some Apple employees are already starting to get the card which was announced in March. In the images, the actual Apple employee’s name was replaced by Geskin’s to protect their identify. The packaging shows a similar pairing process as the AirPods, with instructions to “Wake iPhone and hold here.” The Apple Card resides both digitally in your iPhone for Apple Pay payments but also comes in a physical form made entirely of titanium. The card…

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Apple 

Apple Loop: New iPhone Leaks, Embarrassing iPhone Battery Problems, Frustration At The Apple Store

Taking a look back at another week of news and headlines from Cupertino, this week’s Apple Loop includes details of the iPhone XR2 design, new iPhone antenna designs, issues over battery life, Apple taking on Tile, a new Mac Pro for WWDC, and a history of Apple Store issues. Apple Loop is here to remind you of a few of the very many discussions that have happened around Apple over the last seven days (and you can read my weekly digest of Android news here on Forbes). iPhone XR2 Design…

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Apple 

Apple To Reveal Super-Cool New Apple Watch watchOS 6 Features, Report Says

It’s not long now until the keynote that will launch Apple’s World Wide Developers’ Conference – 10AM Pacific, Monday, June 3, as it happens. CEO Tim Cook has already hinted it’s going to be a good one. “This is one you won’t want to miss,” he insisted in the recent financials call. Apple Watch with colorful faces, ready for Spring. APPLE Now, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman has indicated that the event will offer new tools and striking extra features in the software announced. Including for the next iteration of operating software for Apple Watch, doubtless…

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The fastest computer in the world is being built in Tennessee and coming in 2021

On the heels of the US government’s announced in March that the first US exascale computer is being built just outside Chicago and coming in 2021, the US government announced today that it’s also commissioned a manufacturer to build what would be the most powerful computer in the world that will also make its debut in 2021, keeping the US at the forefront of supercomputer supremacy. The company building the new supercomputer, named Frontier, is Cray Inc., which will use high-performance AMD EPYC CPU and Radeon Instinct GPU technology in the system,…

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samsung 

Samsung could soon launch a phone with a truly all-screen front

One of the main things that smartphone makers seem to be working towards at the moment is an all-screen design on their phones. By that we mean a front with no notch, bezel or punch-hole camera, and ideally no pop-up camera either, and it’s a goal that Samsung has reportedly reconfirmed that it’s aiming for. According to MyDrivers, South Korean media reported that Samsung is working on a “perfect full screen”, one which could be achieved by building the camera into the screen invisibly, much like an in-screen fingerprint scanner. This…

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