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Apple To Start Producing iPhones In India Within Two Months

It has long been reported that Apple is interested in manufacturing iPhones in India. It has been working out the modalities of such an arrangement with the country’s government over the past few months and according to reports, the two parties appear to have reached an understanding which will enable the company to start producing […]

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Destiny 2 Release Expected This September

It goes without saying that Destiny 2 is one of the most highly anticipated games of 2017. Bungie hasn’t revealed much about this title but the little that we’ve heard so far is exciting, to say the least. A poster image belonging to an Italian retailer has been leaked online which possibly reveals when the […]

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Amazon Said To Buy Souq For $650 Million

It has been rumored for several months now that Amazon has been thinking about acquiring Souq.com, an online retailer that’s often referred to as the Amazon of the Middle East. Fresh reports suggest that “the ink is dry” on the deal and that Amazon has picked up Souq, a company that was once valued at […]

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Vudu Disc-To-Digital Gets Digital Copies For Your DVDs

Many of us have spent a lot of time and money on building our movie libraries. It hasn’t been long since those libraries consisted of hundreds of DVDs. It’s much easier to build a digital library now but many of us are still with countless physical copies. Vudu has come up with a way to […]

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Instagram Will Start Blurring Some Sensitive Content

Instagram continues to improve the tools that ensure that the community is kept safe from content that violates its guidelines. However, things are never black and white on the internet so services like Instagram are faced with a problem when they have to host content that’s technically not against their guidelines. Instagram has found a […]

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Facebook Messenger Reactions Officially Launched

We reported recently that Facebook was making some changes to the Messenger experience on the social network. It was only testing those features with a select group of users in Vietnam but the company has officially announced the change which means it’s going to be rolled out for all of its billion-plus users. Facebook has […]

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Instagram Two-Factor Authentication Now Available For All Users

It was over a year ago when Instagram first announced that it was enabling two-factor authentication on the world’s most popular photo-sharing social network. The Facebook-owned company has gradually rolled out this feature to its hundreds of millions of users across the globe since then. Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom has confirmed that the two-factor authentication […]

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Diesel On Android Wear Smartwatch Unveiled

The Fossil Group recently said that it’s going to offer more than 300 smartwatch options this year while pointing out that many of its brands will launch these wearable devices. Diesel is one of its brands and the company has launched its first Android Wear smartwatch lineup called On. However, Diesel hasn’t revealed too much […]

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Huawei P9 Lite Nougat Update Release Delayed

Huawei P9 lite owners have been made to wait for a considerable amount of time and yet there’s no Android 7.0 Nougat update for their handsets. They will certainly be wishing for this to change soon but it appears that this might not be the case. According to new reports, the Huawei P9 lite Nougat […]

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Casio Pro Trek Smart WSD-F20S Limited Edition Smartwatch Announced

We’ve seen a lot of smartwatch-related announcements this week as manufacturers have timed their announcements to coincide with Baselworld 2017 which is the largest annual trade show for the watch industry. Casio has jumped on the bandwagon as well. The company has announced its Smart WSD-F20S smartwatch, this limited edition wearable device is based off […]

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