Technology: Foldable Galaxy X phone gets certified in its home country

The foldable Galaxy X phone missed its rumored Q3 launch and certainly did not come out ahead of the Galaxy Note8. It is still busy collecting certifications – from the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth authorities and now one from South Korea’s equivalent to the FCC. This certification mentions the familiar model number – SM-G888N0 – but doesn’t betray More...

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By nasbanky On Saturday, September 23rd, 2017

Technology: Nokia 8 with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage officially confirmed to be coming next month

The Nokia 8 variant with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage was recently spotted in documents of the US FCC. And now, according to a new report, the model has been officially confirmed by HMD. The report notes the company More...

By nasbanky On Thursday, August 3rd, 2017

Technology: Now you can make Google Duo video calls directly through Truecaller app

Truecaller has announced the launch of Google Duo integration on both Android and iOS. What that means is, users will now be able to make Duo video calls directly from within the Truecaller app. “This update More...

By nasbanky On Tuesday, June 20th, 2017

Technology: WhatsApp’s support for BlackBerry platform extended yet again

Back in February last year, WhatsApp announced that it will stop supporting versions of BlackBerry OS – including BlackBerry 10 – by the end of 2016. That, however didn’t happen, and the date was More...

By nasbanky On Friday, April 28th, 2017

Music:BlackBerry Keyone launched

The BlackBerry Keyone has been launched. The device is now available for purchase in the UK from retailer Selfridges (Oxford Street, London). The information came courtesy of a press release which also revealed More...

By nasbanky On Thursday, April 27th, 2017

Technology: Instagram proudly announces it’s got 700 million users

You may think that copying interesting or successful (or both) ideas from your competitors won’t pan out in the end, but Instagram is a living example to the contrary. The Facebook-owned photo-focused social More...

By nasbanky On Wednesday, April 12th, 2017

Technology:Microsoft has laid Windows Vista to rest

Today, Microsoft is “sunsetting” Windows Vista. That means it will no longer be supported with security updates from Microsoft. So if you find yourself with a machine running Windows Vista, you should look at More...