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While the company is yet to reveal the price of the Moto G5 in India, it can be expected to be lesser than the Moto G5 Plus. The leaked images of Moto X 2017 handset as posted online, also suggests that the device will offer a Moto Z-like circular camera setup but with dual rear cameras .
  • Galaxy Note 7 to be rendered obsolete post forthcoming update

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    Samsung is going to announce its next phone, the Galaxy S8, in two days. The Galaxy S8 will probably get new accessories in the form of the DeX Station, new power banks, new Gear VR and a revamped version of Gear 360. Overall profits may have gone up, but profits from high-end devices - Galaxy S and Note - fell to their lowest levels yet, 29%. The upcoming update that would be marked as mandatory will ensure the battery isn't able to hold on to its charge, thereby forcing the owners to ...
  • Google Maps finally introduces real-time location sharing, with time limits

    Google Maps finally introduces real-time location sharing, with time limits

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    According to one survey , 56% of drivers in the United Kingdom have forgotten where they parked at least once - this little tweak to Google Maps could be a stress saver for more people than you think. You can easily "unhide" them again if you want to know where they are. Users can stop sharing their location whenever they want. Sharing will turn itself off once you arrive.
  • Latest Xbox Live Outage Has Users Locked Out of Purchased Games

    Latest Xbox Live Outage Has Users Locked Out of Purchased Games

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    Signing in, making purchases, using codes, and downloading items are all experiencing issues, along with the other Microsoft products listed above, and Xbox apps on smartphones. On Microsoft's Xbox service page, Microsoft says there is an issue with users not being able to buy or unlock games. "For those of you who don't know what spamming means.
  • Another Google apology as brand safety concerns continue

    Another Google apology as brand safety concerns continue

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    Managing Director Ronan Harris said last week . Philipp Schindler , the firm's chief business officer, said Google would also tighten advertising safeguards. The company has said it struggled to monitor the 400 hours of video uploaded to YouTube every minute. He said: "I would like to apologise to our partners and advertisers who might have been affected by their ads appearing on controversial content ".
  • Google Cloud Platform Flexes Muscle

    Google Cloud Platform Flexes Muscle

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    Google came late to the enterprise party in the cloud, but the company is making up for lost time. Earlier this month, Google and Kaggle hosted a $100,000 machine learning competition around classifying YouTube videos. Data analytics and machine learning also allow GCP to boost clients' revenue generation and productivity, and Google is also improving customer service.
  • Axeman Injures Several at German Train Station, Two Arrested

    Axeman Injures Several at German Train Station, Two Arrested

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    Those injured were not in a life-threatening condition, the police spokesman said. Two people have been arrested and squads of anti-terror police are now hunting a further two people in relation to the incident. "We were standing on the track, waiting for the train", a station attendant told the German newspaper Bild . Terrified passengers have taken to social media to say the situation inside the station "looks bad".
  • Here's the 2017 Honda Civic Type R in production form

    Here's the 2017 Honda Civic Type R in production form

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    It looks ridiculous, yes, but in case you're unfamiliar with the Type R name, it's supposed to look ridiculous. The Civic Type R will be manufactured by Honda of the U.K. As we've seen in the initial photos, the new Type R looks identical to the prototype shown in Paris a year ago, save for the novel brushed metal-esque paint.
  • Apple Watch Sales Reach an All-Time High While Fitbit Falters

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    Starting with Fitbit, the company managed to retain its dominance in the wearable market despite facing one of its largest declines ever. Garmin, another major player in the wearable market had a slight fall by 4 per cent but is still holding a strong hold of the market and has 6.2 per cent market share in the last quarter of 2016.
  • Bentley Bentayga Mulliner revealed ahead of Geneva

    Bentley Bentayga Mulliner revealed ahead of Geneva

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    The Bentayga Mulliner will be produced in limited numbers though Bentley has not yet specified how many . On the outside is a new Duo Tone paintwork, 22-inch Paragon even-spoke wheels with floating wheel centers, bright chrome lower bumper grilles, unique exterior badge and more .
  • This is the most complete Samsung Galaxy S8 render yet

    This is the most complete Samsung Galaxy S8 render yet

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    Over the past few months, we've seen a non-stop barrage of leaks and rumors focused on Samsung's upcoming new Android flagships. Well, now it seems tech website BGR has obtained actual images of an actual Galaxy S8 smartphone. In addition, the company has set the date for the Galaxy Unboxing event of the year. The Galaxy S8 sports a 5.8-inch quad HD+ Super AMOLED screen.
  • BlackBerry KEYone is a new Android phone with a physical QWERTY keyboard

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    Announcing the KeyOne, BlackBerry on its blog said, " KeyOne pairs the best of BlackBerry software and security with TCL's commitment to delivering high-quality, reliable smartphones to markets around the world. BlackBerry has always been known for its security features and physical keyboards, and that is what the company is bringing back. It is also, in all likelihood, the last BlackBerry phone with a physical keyboard.
  • Airtel may scrap domestic roaming charges soon

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    However, the move could further hurt Bharti Airtel's revenue as roaming accounts for 3-4.5 percent share, said the ET report . National roaming charges account for only 3-4.5 per cent of the company's revenue while worldwide is even smaller, but while the former is more of an inconvenience to subscribers, the latter may give huge bill shocks to unaware customers who have not subscribed to some package.
  • First Feature Details And Specs Of "New Nokia 3310" Are Here

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    Nokia has laid the groundwork for launching its highly celebrated 3310 at Mobile World Congress , all set to begin in just a few hours. According to the report, Nokia's feature phone will have the same design language as the original variant, but the new Nokia 3310 will be lighter as well as slimmer.
  • DACA immigrant detained in Washington state

    DACA immigrant detained in Washington state

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    Ramirez filed a challenge to his detention in Seattle federal court on Monday, arguing that the government violated his constitutional rights because he had work authorization under the DACA program. Under DACA, Ramirez was authorized by the Obama administration in 2014 to live and work in the U.S. His DACA card was renewed in 2016. A young immigrant protected from deportation under an executive order issued by President Barack Obama because he'd been brought into the country as a child ...
  • Officials Ignored Warnings Of Oroville Dam's Spillway Being Unsafe

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    The conditions that filled Lake Oroville to its 3.5 million acre-foot capacity and sent water down the auxiliary spillway - a giant version of a bathroom sink's overflow - for the first time in its history were not unique. Several evacuation centers were set up around the area. Although people are allowed to return to their homes, effective immediately, Honea added that another evacuation order could be issued at any time .
  • Here's Why Verizon Is Bringing Back The Unlimited Plan

    Here's Why Verizon Is Bringing Back The Unlimited Plan

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    But T-Mobile's feisty CEO John Legere doesn't like being publicly shamed, so he took to Twitter to announce some changes to T-Mobile's ONE plan that should put the company back in front. Verizon's new plans reward those with more lines. Like OpenSignal, those tests are also based on tens of millions of real-time, crowd-sourced tests by millions of real customers, not paid consultants, using their own devices where they live, work and play.