AT&T’s LG Phoenix 2 (K371) has started receiving the Android 7.0 Nougat update. The affordable smartphone released last year, with AT&T now officially announcing the arrival of the software update on its official device support pages, revealing that the package weighs approximately 1.37GB, ships with the build number NRD90u and software version K37120j. Android Nougat […]
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The Sony Xperia XZ Premium Dual will allow consumers to simultaneously use two SIMs and a microSD memory card, the French division of Sony confirmed. A company representative took to Twitter on Monday to reveal that the upcoming high-end Android smartphone won’t utilize a hybrid SIM slot that makes users choose between inserting a second […]
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Samsung Electronics released the Galaxy J7 (2017) in its home country of South Korea where the device is marketed as the Galaxy Wide 2. The handset is sold exclusively by SK Telecom, a Seoul-based mobile service provider owned by SK Group, though it’s likely that more wireless carriers will be offering the device in the […]
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Instagram scrapped support for the Foursquare Swarm check-in service and Flickr, representatives of both companies have confirmed. The official Twitter account of Foursquare Swarm said that the feature was removed at some point last week, indicating that the decision to remove the functionality was made solely by the Facebook-owned social media platform and encouraging users to provide Instagram with feedback […]
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Google rolled out Android Pay in Russia where the service is live for all eligible devices as of Tuesday, May 23. The Mountain View-based tech giant revealed that the solution currently supports credit and debit cards issued by 15 banks in the country, including Sberbank, Russian Standard Bank, Tochka, Tinkoff, and Raiffeisen Bank. Not all officially supported financial institutions […]
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The OnePlus 5 rumors and leaks have been arriving for weeks now, and in the sea of uncertain information, OnePlus has just confirmed that the device will sport a 3.5mm headphone jack, and that it will ship with a front-facing fingerprint scanner. Carl Pei was asked to tweet about the 3.5mm headphone jack, and by […]
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Google I/O 2017 has now come and gone. However, if you are feeling a little nostalgic or simply would like a brief overview of what happened during the event, then the Google Developers team has now released a new video which you can check out below. The video is titled ‘Google I/O 2017 Highlights’ and […]
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Investigators have reportedly stated that Russian cyber criminals have used malware installed on Android mobile devices to steal from Russian banks and their customers, and were also planning further virtual raids on European banks at the time of their arrest. According to Group-IB, a cyber security firm which investigated the attack along with the Russian […]
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OnePlus’ official Twitter account has put out a post, complete with a handy graphic, that seems to be asking users about possible color options for the upcoming OnePlus 5. The options on show include a plain black, a gradient running from aqua to lavender, a deep crimson, and a flat shade of dark gold. The […]
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Wireless services in the US have declined by 12.9 percent in the past year, which represents the biggest drop the Labor Department has seen during the past sixteen years. Analysts say that the reason behind this dramatic decrease can be directly attributed to the widespread reintroduction of unlimited data plans. According to the Wall Street […]
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