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Apple edges closer to the $1 trillion mark as company profit soars
Aug01

Apple edges closer to the $1 trillion mark as company profit soars

After announcing its Q3 earnings on Tuesday, Apple is edging closer to being the first trillion dollar company in the US. The company’s profits continue to soar as it announced an impressive $11.2 billion in profits as demands for iPhone keep rising. If current trend is sustained, Apple could become the first company to be worth $1 trillion. Based on Apple’s Q3 report, Apple services, the iPhone inclusive, represented the company’s...

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Samsung Winning Against Apple in Internet Speeds
Jul25

Samsung Winning Against Apple in Internet Speeds

  If you paid extra for an iPhone X and other Apple flagship smartphones to get the fastest mobile internet speeds, this will hurt a little bit. The whole thing started when Samsung posted three 30-second ads poking at the iPhone X last week. One video pointed at the missing fast-charger. Another one revived talks of the missing headphone socket. The third video hyped the Samsung Galaxy S9’s higher score in DxOMark camera tests....

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Android Messages is coming out with Dark Mode and Material Theme redesign
Jul20

Android Messages is coming out with Dark Mode and Material Theme redesign

A while ago, Google launched the web version of its SMS app Android Messages. While millions of users across the world are still trying to get used to that roll out, the company is once again adding some cool new features and redesigns to the app. Dark Mode and Material Theme redesign are the latest features to be added to the app, according to 9to5google. Version 3.4, the latest update being rolled out by Google, enables the Dark...

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Google warns of the consequences of EU sanctions
Jul19

Google warns of the consequences of EU sanctions

Ever thought of paying to use Android? Well, it seems the latest ultimatum issued to Google by the European Commission to unbundle its OS within the next 90 days might come at a huge cost to the user. Reacting to the hefty fine [$5 billion] slammed on Google, company CEO Sundar Pichai has said it might have some far-reaching consequences. According to Pichai, Android user will “install around 50 apps themselves” and can without stress...

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Google gets a 90-day ultimatum; fined $5 billion by the European Commission
Jul18

Google gets a 90-day ultimatum; fined $5 billion by the European Commission

Google has been slammed with a fine in the region of $5 billion by the European Commission for violating antitrust laws. The Commission says the search engine giant abused its dominance of the Android market in three major areas. Recall that the search engine giant has been criticized heavily for bundling its search engine and Chrome apps into the mobile operating system. The world’s largest search engine is also being accused of...

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YouTube’s Android app gets Incognito mode for videos
Jul11

YouTube’s Android app gets Incognito mode for videos

There are times when you feel like you need to have your YouTube browsing history or habits covered up—you just don’t like the idea of someone having access to your previously watched videos. Of course, you can erase your browsing history soon afterwards, but that is not enough tweak to keep Google off. There is some good news after all, YouTube is adding an Incognito mode so you can watch your videos privately on your Android device....

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