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Samsung Is Sending Mixed Signals About What to Do With the Galaxy Note 7

Samsung’s troubles as it tries to recall millions of Galaxy Note 7 smartphones are continuing to stack up, and its advice for dealing with the phones just got a little more complicated. The batteries in the smartphones have been known to explode and catch fire while charging. Now, Samsung is telling customers in South Korea to download a software patch ... Read More »

Now, Samsung Reportedly Hit With a Lawsuit About an Exploding Galaxy S7 Edge

As if the exploding Samsung Galaxy Note 7 controversy wasn’t enough, another alleged Samsung smartphone explosion case is now surfacing online. This time, Samsung reportedly faces a lawsuit after a Galaxy S7 Edge exploded inside the pocket of an Ohio resident. The explosion allegedly gave Daniel Ramirez second and third degree burns on his groin, leg, and lower back. He ... Read More »

Maruti Suzuki Ignis: Everything We Need To Know About

Ever since the Maruti Suzuki Ignis was displayed at the 2016 Auto Expo, it sent the automotive world into a tizzy. The Ignis is all set to be launched during the upcoming festive period since it has already began selling in Japan. From what we know, the Ignis will also make its European debut at the 2016 Paris Motor Show. ... Read More »

Android 7.0 Nougat Is Here: 8 New Features You Need to Know About

The rollout of the final build of Android 7.0 Nougat has now officially started with select Nexus devices getting the latest version of Google’s smartphone operating system. The new update brings several additional features to Android, from tweaks to the interface that will change how you use your phone, to changes under the hood that will improve battery life and ... Read More »

YouTube testing In-App Messaging carrier to talk about, percentage videos

Video streaming carrier YouTube is testing a messaging feature to enable its customers to speak and percentage hyperlinks natively. this selection goals to allow users proportion YouTube films with friends without leaving the app, and in the end spend greater time surfing. This in-app chat carrier is currently being rolled out best to a small group of humans with no ... Read More »

Panic Button: Telecom Minister to talk about Pricing problems With mobile Makers

Amid worries that government’s move to make panic button obligatory will increase cost of cell handsets, telecom minister Ravi Shankar Prasad Thursday said he’s going to absorb the problem up with the industry. “i’m able to communicate to them. India is a big marketplace. for your data, i have mentioned this with all people. Manufactures who apprehend this have given ... Read More »

Apple Just Found a New Way to Make People Care About the Planet

Apple’s recent efforts to trumpet its green initiatives have largely been about supply chain and manufacturing, but on Thursday the company unveiled a splashy new initiative aimed at its millions of customers. The company is rolling out “Apps for Earth,” in which the App Store will, for 10 days, feature 27 popular apps including Angry Birds 2, Jurassic World: The ... Read More »

Apple Could Use Brooklyn Case to Pursue Details About FBI iPhone Hack: Report

If the US Department of Justice asks a New York court to force Apple Inc to unlock an iPhone, the technology company could push the government to reveal how it accessed the phone which belonged to a shooter in San Bernardino, a source familiar with the situation said. The Justice Department will disclose over the next two weeks whether it ... Read More »

You Can Now File Complaints About Misleading Ads via WhatsApp

Consumers can now file complaints against misleading commercials by companies to advertising watchdog ASCI through mobile messaging app WhatsApp. Consumers can now WhatsApp the objectionable advertisement to +91 77-100-12345, from where the Advertising Standards Council of India (ASCI) would lodge ‘suo moto’ complaints using this number. Consumers can send pictures of print ads, hoardings, packaging or screen shots of websites, ... Read More »

Nervous About Walking Alone at Night? Add a Virtual Companion

I’m 25 years old and my mother still ends our conversations with “Make sure you text me when you get home.” Though I’m an adult, she still worries about my safety. And she’s not the only one. After an outing, close friends often ask that I let them know when I make it in. When we’re walking alone, most of ... Read More »