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Some Car Dealers Have Finally Figured Out How To Sell Used Cars Online

Photo credit AP Even when even vintage milk can be bought online, you might as well try and lock down a good Cyber Monday deal on a car. And while a few dealerships have made the effort to make buying a used car online easy, far too many still have inaccurate listings or are generally uncooperative. Shopping online for a used car is ... Read More »

Victory Lapper: We Finally Drive the New Ford GT!

Last year, Ford Performance chief Dave Pericak found himself standing next to Edsel Ford II at the edge of a certain pastoral French racing circuit that has witnessed 84 years of glory, gore, grudges, and relentless grit. “You know,” mused Ford, according to Pericak’s recollection, “I was here 50 years ago with my father, when we won it. Now I’m ... Read More »

Nokia 6 Is Finally Available in India but There’s Nothing Official About It

Nokia’s comeback smartphone, the Nokia 6, is finally available in India. But there’s no reason for you to be happy, as the Nokia 6 in India is available via a third-party online retailer and that too with a pricey sum. HMD Global, which owns rights to the Nokia brand, has so far not announced any availability details for the Indian ... Read More »

Android Nougat Finally Running on Over 1 Percent of Active Devices, Reveals Google

Google’s Android Nougat has finally crossed the 1 percent mark in the monthly Google Play distribution data. The latest distribution numbers confirm that Android Nougat is running on 1.2 percent of active devices with Android 7.0 on 0.9 percent and Android 7.1 on 0.3 percent devices. Considering that Android 7.0 Nougat was officially made available to Nexus devices in August, ... Read More »

Google Finally Patches ‘Dirty COW’ Linux Vulnerability With December Android Security Update

In October, Linux security researcher discovered that a nine-year old Linux kernel flaw (CVE-2016-5195) was witnessing active exploits in the wild. The flaw was dubbed “Dirty COW”, an acronym for the duplication technique called copy-on-write, and could potentially give root access of a device to the attacker within a matter of seconds. Now, Google has finally patched the critical flaw ... Read More »

Steve Kondik Finally Speaks on Cyanogen’s Failure; Company Breaks Ties With Him

Things aren’t going well for Cyanogen. The latest – soon after Steve Kondik went public with the current situation at Cyanogen, the company has “separated ties” with him. To recall, a recent report had pointed that the future of Steve Kondik, Cyanogen’s Co-Founder and former CTO, in the company was unknown. Kondik took to the official CyanogenMod developer Google+ community ... Read More »

Lenovo Phab 2 Pro ‘World’s First Tango Smartphone’ Finally Goes on Sale

The world’s first Tango smartphone – the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro – is now finally available to buy. The smartphone was due to go on sale online in August and hit retail shelves in September, but then got delayed to October and then November, before finally getting a November 1 release date in the recent past. The smartphone is now ... Read More »

OnePlus X Finally Gets Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow With OxygenOS 3.1.2 Update

  OnePlus has begun rolling out the OxygenOS 3.1.2 stable upgrade on OnePlus X that includes Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, the October Android security patch, and a number of new features. The rollout will reach OnePlus X users through an OTA (over-the-air) update gradually. A few users should be getting the update starting Wednesday, and broader rollout will follow in the ... Read More »

iOS 10 Will Finally Allow You to Uninstall Certain Built-In Apple Apps

Apple’s WWDC 2016 keynote noticed a number of built-in built-ingintegrated CEO Tim cook dinner and his crew. The massive highlights were the unveil of Siri SDK, Siri on Mac, watchOS three enhancements, macOS Sierra, and of direction iOS 10. Senior vice president of software Engbuilt-ineerintegratedg Craig Federighi enlisted all of the huge modifications that came along withintegrated the brand new ... Read More »

Apple Could Soon Finally Allow iPhone, iPad Users to Hide Stock Apps

Most iPhone and iPad users, if not all, have a folder on their home screen that reads something like this: “Apple apps,” “junk,” or “useless.” This folder usually contains Apple-made stock apps such as Compass, Calculator, Stocks, Find my iPhone, Voice Memos, Apple Watch, and Weather. For years,Apple has been criticised for not giving users the ability to remove or ... Read More »