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Google Play Games receives more useful but bland design

Google continues to update their mostly unused Play Games app and the latest revamp sports a more useful layout that lacks any pizaz of the previous design. Very few people still use game hubs like Google Play Games, but that hasn’t stopped Google from keeping theirs up to date over the last year with the […]

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Moto G6 Plus finally receives its Android Pie 9.0 update

One of the draws of Motorola‘s G-series only a few years ago was its nearly-stock Android system and fast updates – almost like a proto-Android-One setup. However, ever since Google sold Motorola to Lenovo in 2014 and was relegated to merely a brand, the classic phone manufacturer’s devices have disappointingly gone from being amongst the first […]

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2019 Jaguar I-Pace receives 234-mile range rating from the EPA

Jaguar's I-Pace is just getting into consumer's hands, and now the EPA has officially released its range estimates for the all-electric SUV. The vehicle has a range of 234 miles from its 90kWh battery pack, according to the EPA's tests. And compared…
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Didi Chuxing receives permit to test self-driving cars in California

You might not hail a ride from China's Didi Chuxing unless you visit Mexico, but there's still a real chance you'll see its vehicles on the road. California's Department of Motor Vehicles has issued an autonomous vehicle testing permit to Didi's Ame…
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Signal Messenger receives $50 million from WhatsApp co-founder

WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton left Facebook in 2017 to start a non-profit. Turns out that non-profit involves another messaging app: Signal. In a blog post, Signal chief Moxie Marlinspike has announced the launch of Signal Foundation, a 501(c)(3) n…
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Samsung Galaxy Mega On receives certification from TENAA

samsung_logo_with_peopleLately, we have been hearing about Samsung’s new o-series of smartphones that are gearing up for a launch. This week, Samsung’s Galaxy Mega On took the next step and received its certification from TENAA.

A few weeks back, the Galaxy Mega On passed through a benchmark test on GeekBench. We’re looking at a large handset with very low-end specifications, likely to be aimed at a more affordable crowd.

The newly leaked TENAA certification gives us a sneak peek at what to expect time come launch. The The SM-G6000 (Galaxy Mega On) will have a 5.5-inch 720p display, a quad-core 1.2 GHz CPU back with 1GB of RAM, a 13MP rear-facing camera, a 5MP front-facing camera, 8GB of internal storage space expandable up to an additional 128GB via a built-in micro-SD card slot and weigh in at 172g. Support for 4G LTE connectivity is on-onboard and so is Android 5.1.1. No images have been spotted revealing anything when it comes to design for the upcoming smartphone, but we are bound to get something in the coming weeks. We’ll keep you posted.

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