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Android N developer preview released with multi-window feature

Google has surprised the tech world by releasing Android N developer preview months ahead of its I/O 2016 conference. The next-generation Android includes the anticipated multi-window feature as well as


Not just for this year, but HTC could develop Nexus phones for next 3 years

HTC was earlier rumoured to produce a couple of new Nexus smartphones for this year. But a new report has emerged suggesting a deal between Google and HTC for developing

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Microsoft’s SQL Server coming to Linux

Microsoft has announced its plans to release SQL Server for Linux platform. The new development emerges days ahead of the SQL Server 2016 launch and is aimed to expand the


Amkette Evo Gamepad Pro 2 review: A must-have for hardcore gamers

Innovators in the gaming industry are shifting their focus from traditional game consoles to mobile devices. The primary reason for the change is the power pack performance of smartphones. They


HTC 10 live photos surface to show glimpse of One M9 successor

Days ahead of its formal launch, a couple of live photos of the HTC 10 surfaced online. The rumoured smartphone is likely to be the successor to the company’s last year launched One


OnePlus 2 gets OxygenOS 2.2.1 update with RAW image support

OnePlus has started rolling out Oxygen OS 2.2.1 update for the OnePlus 2. The new update adds RAW image support to OnePlus Camera app and brings some improvements to enhance user


Apple Support now on Twitter to resolve your queries instantly

Want to reach Apple to resolve an issue on your existing iPhone, iPad or Mac or just have a product query? You can now ask all your questions to Apple


Apple plans a future iPhone model with flexible design

Apple is undoubtedly one of the largest innovators in the world of technology. But as the competition is becoming tougher for the Cupertino giant with many new Android contenders in


BlackBerry Priv review: Your Private, Premium Android

Android smartphones are no longer limited to the entry-level or mid-range market segments. We saw some of the high-end examples from companies like HTC, Samsung and Sony in the past.

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McDonald’s evolves Happy Meal box with VR goggles

As Happy Meal toys are no longer attracting some geeky kids, McDonald’s is transforming its Happy Meal box into Happy Goggles VR headsets to deliver an immersive experience. The new