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New Omnibox features incoming: Copy, edit, share URL with a single click

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Courtesy of the popular website Android Police, new Omnibox-related features being tested in Google Chrome have come to light. They all aim to make Chrome’s Search box more utilitarian in nature as well as be simpler for use for first-timers. Technically, the Omnibox acts as both the Search bar as well as the URL bar and […]

Smaller Galaxy S10 to be called Galaxy S10E, not S10 Lite

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As tech critics, fans, fellow competitors, and the tech watchdogs count down the days leading up to the annually held Mobile World Congress, being held in Spain from February 25th to 28th, Samsung keeps details of its Unpacked event (to be held on February 20th, in San Fransisco) tightly under wraps. Therein Samsung plans to […]

WhatsApp rolls out PiP feature for WhatsApp Web

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Aside from bringing in a few security patches and other small improvements, in its latest update, WhatsApp has introduced a new feature: Picture on Picture. For the uninitiated, Picture in Picture is a mode that allows you to keep the service (WhatsApp Web, in this case) alive in a small window even as you do other […]

Android Q might allow you to install previous version of the app with a tap

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While the world waits for the next installment of Android (currently called Android 10 Q) with bated breath, XDA-Developers gained access to an early version of the build and has been poking around in Q’s framework, looking for clues of what can be expected from Android’s latest offering, expected to be released sometime in 2019. […]

Release of Mario Kart Tour delayed

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Nintendo, the Japanese multinational video-gaming company that gave gamers some of the most popular video games in the last decade by making Mario and Pokemon household names across the world, has been dishing out watered-down versions of their games for mobile gaming purposes in the last few years. Exactly one year ago, on 1st February […]

Gmail’s swanky new look now introduced in its app

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The new material design introduced in Gmail for the web in April 2018 is now being injected into the Gmail app for both Android and iOS, with the latest update. The update includes a few tweaks to some of its features as well. The color combination has been redone. The background is a standard white […]

LG V50 ThinQ, possibly the first 5G phone ever, to come out in Spring

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LG started its V-series in September 2015 as a lineup of high-end phones competing with the créme de la créme of the mobile industry, beginning with the LG V10. And save for its last 2 releases, the LG V30S ThinQ and LG V35 ThinQ, all other phones in this series have always been released in the latter […]

Sprint rolls out Android 9.0 for Galaxy S9 and S9+

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Everyone was caught off-guard when the underdog amongst U.S. carriers, Xfinity Mobile, became the first one amongst all to roll out Android 9 Pie update for Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+, a few days ago. Verizon quickly followed, and from what we hear, Sprint has sprint its way past the finishing line as well. Although […]

How to force download AT&T Galaxy S9 Pie OTA update right now

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AT&T has begun seeding the Pie update for the Galaxy S9 and users should be able to install the update via OTA. For most users, the update should show up as a notification or you might have to check for the update manually by going to Settings > Software update > Download and install.  The device would […]

6G: LG is setting up plans already

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Even as LG struggles to generate a profit from its mobile phone department and prepares to unveil its first 5G phone at the MWC 2019 event to be held on February 25, in Spain, it has already set up shop to possibly be the lead in the race to bring out 6G a decade or so […]