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Packed with Exciting Features The Poco X2 Set for 4th February Launch

Chinese mobile phone manufacturing company Poco confirms the release date of Poco X2 smartphone, the release of this phone is scheduled on 4th February in New Delhi. The Poco X2 smartphone will feature a 120Hz refresh rate screen and 25W fast charging support. The sudden launch of Poco X2 has surely turned up the heat […]

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Quick Share: Samsung’s Answer to Apple’s Airdrop Arrives in February

As per the reports Samsung is expected to unveil Apple’s AirDrop alternative called ‘Quick Share’ during the release of Galaxy S20 and Z Flip next month. The company has already scheduled and event for the release of Galaxy S20 and Z Flip smartphone on 11 February. Apple has always been a pioneer in many technologies […]

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iPhone 12 expected to have a sensor-shifting technology for image stabilisation

Apple’s iPhone 12 5G variant is expected to come with advanced sensor-shifting technology for image stabilisation even when there is excessive motion. This will be good news for iPhone lovers planning to buy iPhone 12 next year. This technology will stabilize image without distortion even when the photo is taken while in motion. The current […]

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Mobile Technology

Google releases Maps Incognito Mode for Android

Search engine giant Google finally releases the Maps Incognito Mode for Android phones. Google announced about releasing the Maps Incognito Mode for Android during IO conference four months back. This mode is developed to help protect user’s privacy and if the mode is activated Maps application won’t record user’s navigation/search history. Google is still in […]

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Apple stops human grading of Siri recording globally; Apple to release application for opt-out

Apple announces to stop the human grading of Siri application response recording globally. Company will release a software in near future which will allow the users to participate if they which in the manual grading process.  Last week a story posted by Guardian on its news portal raised concerns among the users of Siri application. […]

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