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Realme preparing to launch the cheapest 5G smartphone: Report

Realme, the Chinese brand that was born as Oppo’s sub-brand is reported to work on the cheapest 5G smartphone. Tipster Mukul Sharma shared on its page the information about Realme’s plans to the full use of fifth-generation networks. Well, this is not the first time Realme has announced its plan to make a 5G smartphone. […]

OnePlus Launcher mod now comes with Magisk Module for Google Feed sync

The new module of the OnePlus Launcher, the OnePlus Launcher Magisk, now enables users to sync their OnePlus smartphones with Google Feed. OnePlus’s Oxygen OS offers Android user’s a plethora of apps that can be customized with an innovative feature called the Shelf that helps the user to organize their apps and widgets. The OnePlus […]

Google makes RCS chat Android’s primary texting platform in the US

Google rolled out its own Rich Communication Services (RCS) on Android as its primary texting platform to Android users. With RCS on Android, you can chat over Wi-Fi or mobile data, send and receive high-resolution photos and videos, and see if people have received your latest messages. Google is actually making RCS chat Android’s primary […]

Ford introduced its new all-electric Mustang Mach-E crossover SUV

On Sunday Ford introduced its highly anticipated all-electric crossover and the first vehicle – Mustang Mach-E crossover SUV. It comes promising 482 km range and 341 PS of peak power, informs the American automaker in a release. Ford Mustang Mach-E GT performance models will get an estimated 459 horsepower, Ford claims, from two electric motors, […]

Asus launches PCE-AX3000 WiFi 6 PCIe network card

ASUS has announced the expansion card PCE-AX3000, allowing you to give your desktop computer support for high-speed wireless. For those users eager to have an 802.11ax Wi-Fi 6 on their desktops without an M.2 E-key slot on their motherboards, ASUS has come up with the PCE-AX3000. This is a low-profile capable (half-height) NIC that provides […]

TikTok owner ByteDance to launch a new music streaming service

ByteDance Technology Co. Ltd., who is also the owner of the hugely popular social media video app, TikTok that was launched in 2017, reportedly has plans to obtain global licensing deals to include their songs on its new music subscription service, and to that end, the Beijing-based company is said to be in talks with […]

The importance of accepting fast payments online in 2020 and beyond

With the advent of online payments, we are quickly seeing the disappearance of conventional payment methods in business. There are multiple trends that are proving a challenge to businesses and giving them no choice but to align with faster and more efficient payment methods. This alignment is informed by the demands and continually evolving needs […]

Know the best apps to play online roulette

The business of online roulette is booming like never before and, as a result, there are now more options for gamers than ever before when it comes to choosing an online roulette app to play. These days, online roulette apps are as diverse as they are plentiful, with both Android and iOS systems offering some […]

WhatsApp’s latest beta with redesigned splash screen supports muti-device

WhatsApp has rolled out some very important updates for its iOS users. The chat company has submitted a new update through the TestFlight Beta Program that gives a bump to the existing app version up to 2.19.120.20. With the present update, the chat company has redesigned the splash screen with references to its parent company […]

Huawei releases foldable phone Mate X in China without Google apps

Huawei foldable phone Mate X finally went on sale in China today. The much-delayed Huawei Mate X was supposed to land in October globally. Huawei has previously confirmed that it will launch the Mate X foldable phone in India in the second half of this year – it would be interesting to see if that […]

Apple removes 181 vaping-related apps from its App Store

The number of vaping illnesses in the U.S. is still rising. And thus Apple takes the initiative to remove all 181 vaping-related apps from its App Store. The outbreak appears to have started in March and peaked in late summer with at least 42 people’s death but there is often a lag in reporting. Of […]

Is Remote working a big hit or a totally weird form? Check Pros and Cons

Remote work is the talk of the town these days. But when remote workers start to discuss their new working lifestyle, people usually just nod, smile, and wonder what in the world is this person talking about. This is because working from your home and on your own schedule still comes off as a weird […]

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