Monthly Archives: July 2017

How to Enable Hidden Night Mode feature on Android 7.0

Night mode feature is essential feature for smartphones, most of us spending much time on gadgets. This guide is for you, If you have Android 7.0 , 7.1 learn How to Turn on hidden Night Mode feature. An interesting and useful feature that was seen since the Developer Preview of Android 7 Nougat were released was Night Mode, this allows you …

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Privacy Invasion Threat is Blown out of Proportion

Almost every day, we’re seeing articles written about the privacy invasion threat, how it is destroying the society, and what ways there are to counter it. When in reality, it is not as big of a threat as it is made out to be. In fact, this threat is just being blown out of proportion. There is no questioning the …

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Top 5 Alternatives to Kickass Torrents

Last Update: July 2017 After the shut down of KAT, there are many of the new torrent sites born. We review the best alternatives to Kickass Torrents after the website has been closed. Kickass Torrents , our favorite site at all ;-), And now is inaccessible., Kickass Torrents has been shut down and its owner is stopped the largest torrent …

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Future Samsung smartphones might use solid-state batteries

Samsung’s battery making division plans to mass produce solid-state batteries in the near future for use in the company’s Galaxy smartphones. Solid-state batteries offer a number of advantages over the lithium-ion based batteries that are currently used in smartphones. Solid-state batteries are made out of solid electrolytes, which helps significantly lower the risk of an explosion. Batteries typically explode when …

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Samsung appears to be testing Android 7.0 for the Galaxy J7 Prime

Samsung had launched the Galaxy J7 Prime last year with a metal body, fingerprint sensor, 2.5D glass covering, and features like S Secure and S Battery Planning. It was launched with Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) out of the box, and the company seems to be testing Android 7.0 for the lower mid-range smartphone. We’ve spotted a GFXBench entry for the Galaxy J7 Prime (SM-G610) running …

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Galaxy Tab S3 June security patch rolling out

Samsung is now rolling out the June security patch for its latest and greatest premium tablet, the Galaxy Tab S3. The company has rolled out said firmware update for both the cellular and Wi-Fi only models of the tablet. It’s making the jump up from the May security patch which was released for the tablet several weeks ago. Unveiled at …

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Best Upcoming Smartphones of 2017

Smartphones never stop evolving. New innovations are being implemented almost every day. The headphone jack is slowly bidding goodbye. The fingerprint scanner is going to move under the display. And talking about the display, the bezels are constantly shrinking.   The internal hardware is being upgraded to monumental proportions and now, we even have phones with 8GB of RAM. 2017 …

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Psychological Pixel-Art Thriller The Long Reach Coming to PS4

Hi, PlayStation fans! I am Roman from Painted Black Games, a small indie developer, based in the city of Dnipro, Ukraine. The team is working hard on our debut game, a psychological thriller adventure – The Long Reach. All of us at Painted Black Games are super-excited because we’ve nearly reached the end of the game’s development cycle and the …

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GIGABYTE Announces AORUS GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Waterforce Xtreme Edition 11G and Waterforce WB Xtreme Edition 11G

Following up after last week’s teasers, GIGABYTE has officially announced two ultra-high-end graphics cards under its AORUS brand: the AORUS GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Waterforce Xtreme Edition 11G and the AORUS GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Waterforce WB Xtreme Edition 11G. Both verbosely-named cards, as the Waterforce branding implies, are liquid-cooling oriented. The standard Waterforce Xtreme Edition is coupled with an …

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