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Data breach via credit bureau infuriates T-mobile customers

The credit bureau Experian data concerning T-Mobile USA of about 15 million users was exposed by hackers. This data basically included the personal data of the users that included names, birth dates, addresses, social security numbers and several others. They are reportedly not the current T-mobile users, but the ones who had applied for a post-paid connection or had submitted ...

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Along with new Android M, Google launches Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P

At last, the most awaited next models of the Nexus series was launched by Google viz., Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P. The device will comes with latest Android Marshmallow operating system.  Google Nexus 6P powered with 5.7 inches of screen along with Type-C USB port, which is not a common feature in all other smartphones. Google announced that, these devices ...

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iPhone 6s Vs Moto X Pure: Battle of Kings

This September saw the release of two completely diverse smartphones –the Apple iPhone 6s and Motorola’s Moto X Pure. Although, they seem to be poles apart from one another their specifications, there are similarities too owing to the time of release. Let’s compare the specifications and features of these smartphones here.  Design and Dimensions As is expected of Apple, the iPhone 6s ...

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Windows 10: The Best Hidden Features, Tips, And Tricks

There is no denying Microsoft has finally brought out a polished and feature rich OS in the form of Windows 10. It is a worthy upgrade to those using windows 7 and 8. While Microsoft has combined the best features of the earlier OSes in Windows 10, users need to tweak setting to an extent. Some of the best features ...

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Samsung Planned to Kill its Milk Video Service in November

It’s been a year since Samsung Milk Video for Galaxy devices was launched and this streaming service is already getting subverted. It is reportedly getting shut on Nov. 20th. The Milk Video is a curated collection of video clips from renowned providers that include Buzzfeed, college humor, that are all ad-free. Samsung has already requested its users to make the switch ...

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LG Class to be available on AT&T in the US

LG Class smartphone, which was announced in South Korea last week, will be available on AT&T in the United States. Reliable leakster @evleaks shared the information in a tweet, but there is no information on its availability in the US and the pricing.  The smartphone is powered by a Snapdrgon 410 chipset with 1.2 GHz quad-core Cortex-A53 CP, features a ...

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YouTube is Preparing to announce ad-free subscriptions

After 10 years of free service, now YouTube is planning to initiate premium services for the paid users. By using the premium service, users will be free from the annoying advertisement, while playing the video in YouTube.  The long-awaited subscription service from the YouTube will be released very soon. YouTube has sent emails to the content creators to accept “terms ...

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Facebook 360 vs YouTube 360: Social Vs Search

Recently, Discovery Channel embraced 360 degree videos on Facebook. So, Shark Week got a little scary as the users are allowed to dip in shark infested water. Being the latest frontier of these interactive videos, Discovery Channel scored over a million views. YouTube had embraced Facebook 360 degree videos back in March and its score was recorded as 755000 views ...

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Reason Why Twitter is moving towards Polls

It’s a good news for the Twitter Users. Now, Twitter has made the huge experiment and brought us a new feature called as Polls. Twitter developers cracked the codes and finally brought us a most awaited feature of the Twitter fans. In the war of social media, Twitter and Facebook keep on upgrading their features in such a way that ...

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Facebook finally discovered the importance of ‘Notes’ and revamped it

Facebook, Inc (NASDAQ:FB) has relaunched ‘Notes’ which hitherto had been receiving step motherly treatment from FB’s developers who were (and perhaps still are) more focused on rivalling against YouTube by turning FB into a video content website. Remember Oculus and VR experiments that are on-going in FB labs? However, it seems that this time around FB’s bosses have chosen a ...

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