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GSMA launches the 2018 Mobile World Congress Shanghai

The Mobile World Congress Shanghai is GSMA's annual summer event in China, which was rebranded as such back in 2015. Today, GSMA officially launched the 2018 event, to be held from June 27 through June 29 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre. Next year's edition is expected to attract more than 60,000 attendees and 600 participating companies. Under the theme “Discover a Better...

YouTube Go exits beta, now available in India and Indonesia

Google announced YouTube Go in September last year, giving users the ability to download, view, and share the videos for free. The app was initially launched into beta in April in the Google Play Store and is now ready to come out of beta in India and Indonesia. The app basically allows users to download and subsequently view content more freely even with...

Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 14393.1914 – here’s what’s new

Today, Microsoft is releasing a new cumulative update for Windows 10 PCs on version 1607 (Anniversary Update). It brings the build number to 14393.1914. If you're running version 1607, you'll get KB4051033, or build 14393.1914. The update is PC-only, and you can manually download it here. Here's what's new: Addressed issue where screen tearing and scrambled content appear in applications when...

7 best ways to free up hard drive space on Windows 10

  Running low on disk space? In this guide, you'll find seven ways to delete junk files and get rid of apps and games you don't use to reclaim storage on Windows 10. Although drives are only getting bigger and prices keep coming down, we keep running low on space on our Windows 10 devices as we continue to download tons of files...

Android Oreo-based OxygenOS beta build comes to OnePlus 5

OnePlus has officially kicked off the Open Beta Program with Android 8.0 Oreo for the OnePlus 5, introducing a slew of Android O features to one of the Chinese smartphone maker’s 2017 flagship devices. A OnePlus Community manager announced the availability of the first Open Beta build based on Android 8.0 Oreo for the OnePlus 5 on the OnePlus Forums....

Reliance Jio Reportedly Started the Second Sale of JioPhone; Customers Shown Interest Before the First Sale May Get the Phone First

Reliance Jio has reportedly started the second round of JioPhone sale in the country. The company has finished delivering the six million JioPhones who purchased the device in the first phase. Jio will first focus on the 10 million customers who have shown interest in buying the JioPhone before the first sale. The Mukesh Ambani-led telecom company already started sending an...

Oppo F5 6GB Variant With 20MP Selfie Camera Now Available for Purchase in India at Rs 24,990

Oppo launched its selfie smartphone, the Oppo F5 earlier this month. The smartphone was launched in two variants – 4GB RAM + 32GB storage and 6GB + 64GB storage. While the 4GB variant has been available for quite some time now, Oppo announced the arrival of the Oppo F5 6GB variant starting today. The F5 6GB version will be coming in...

ACT Fibernet Unveils ACT Entertainment Broadband Plan in Bengaluru; Offering Content From HOOQ TV, Yupp TV, Etc at Rs 1149

ACT Fibernet today announced a new plan of Rs 1149 for the residents in Bengaluru city. The Internet Service Provider (ISP) claims this plan as a ‘complete home entertainment package. It unveiled this plan with a vision to become the most admired in-home entertainment ISP. This plan is currently available only for the residents in Bengaluru city, and the company...

The Nintendo Switch dominated Black Friday according to Adobe

With Black Friday now over, after giving us ample opportunities to grab some of the hottest gadgets and games on the market, it's now time to see which of these were the most popular. According to new data from Adobe Digital Insights, it would seem that the Nintendo Switch might have been the go-to gift idea for many Americans during...

Twitter testing new bookmarking feature for tweets

Twitter has been working to continue improving its social media platform, and the micro-blogging site most recently introduced a new feature it initially called “Save for Later” to help you review a particular tweet later. Tina Koyama, a product designer at Twitter, has just revealed in a tweet that the feature will be officially called “Bookmarks,” which is now...