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Security vulnerabilities in Microsoft software have become an even more popular means of attack by cyber criminals - but an Adobe Flash vulnerability still ranks as the second most used exploit by hacking groups.
After a couple of months of hesitation, I finally purchased a used Google Pixel XL. It's a fabulous device, but using it also showed me the LG V20 may be one of the most underrated phones of 2016.
Monday, 14 November 2016 03:12

LG V20 sells double that of predecessor in the US

LG Electronics has sold 200,000 units of its flagship V20 smartphone in the US since launching there on October 28, the company has announced.
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Every day, tons of perfectly edible, tasty food finishes up in landfill sites. Nowhere in Europe is the problem as bad as it is here in the UK -- especially in London, with its thousands of restaurants.
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Health and fitness apps are now up there with weather and finance as essential mobile tools, according to a new report from Yahoo-owned analytics firm Flurry.
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Google has launched a new beta app called Voice Access, which lets people control their Android phone with voice commands.
As you may recall, Microsoft's high-profile acquisition of Nokia's Device and Services pision back in 2013 blocked the release of any Nokia-branded handsets until 2016.
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You know WhatsApp's Android developers have finished hibernating when they start throwing one build after the other like a going out of business sale.
Last May, Microsoft announced that it had created “bridges” designed to allow developers to more easily port iOS and Android applications to the Windows Phone platform.
One of the remaining speed bumps in the way of broader adoption of smartphones as the camera of choice among photo enthusiasts has been a lack of end-to-end support for shooting in Raw.
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