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Poll: Which Android Launcher are You Using?

A reader asked us earlier today if we could run a poll or question on which Android launchers you are all using these days, so let’s do that. After looking back, this is a more-than-overdue topic that hasn’t been asked since 2014 or something. Yikes! Things have changed some since then,...

Android

Truecaller now has over 100 million daily active users who don’t care about privacy

Truecaller, the popular caller ID app, now has more than 100 million daily active users as announced by the company in a blog post. It is a major milestone for a mobile-only product that was first launched in 2009 for BlackBerry devices of the time. While Truecaller started as a caller ID and spam-...

Android

Facebook set to form chip design team focused on AI – but why?

The social network is recruiting people for a processor design team. Job listings reveal that the team will focus on AI, suggesting that it could be used in smart speakers. The company is hard at work on smart speakers already, but an in-house chip could surface in a successor speaker. Facebook is...

Android

Confirmed: The Avengers-themed OnePlus 6 is coming to India

OnePlus has confirmed it will be releasing an Avengers-themed version of its upcoming OnePlus 6 phone. There is no official news about when the OnePlus 6 will be released. Avengers Infinity War will be hitting theaters on April 27. The OnePlus 6 is expected to have 8GB RAM, 256GB internal memory,...

Android

HTC Vive Focus VR headset hits FCC, US release close?

Vive.com The Vive Focus has appeared on the FCC website, suggesting a U.S. release around the corner. HTC’s device is a standalone headset, powered by a Snapdragon 835 processor and offering apps via the Viveport service. The headset is shaping up to be more expensive than the likes of the...

Android

PUBG Mobile gets less-intense Arcade Mode in latest update

Version 0.4.0 of PUBG Mobile includes two new modes, a new setting, and optimizations. Arcade Mode lowers the number of players from 100 to 24, while Training Grounds lets you try out weapons and vehicles. The update is rolling out now. Tencent Games pushed out version 0.4.0 of PUBG Mobile, with t...

Computing

Even Facebook is designing its own processors, says a new report

Facebook is reportedly designing its very own processor hardware so as to reduce reliance on partners like Intel and Qualcomm in its device efforts. The news comes via anonymous sources speaking to Bloomberg and apparent job listings.The outlet reports that Facebook is currently in the early stages...

Tech

How to Run Android Apps and Games on Linux

Want to run Android apps on Linux? How about play Android games? Several options are available, but the one that works the best is Anbox, a useful tool that runs your favorite Android apps on Linux without emulation. Here’s how to get it up and running on your Linux PC today. Meet Anbox, Your...

Tech

The Best Keyboard Cases for Turning iPads Into Laptops

Since its introduction more than eight years ago, Apple’s iPad has definitely seen its share of changes. Originally thought of as something to use for mainly play, both the iPad hardware and iOS software has grown over the years. Thanks to the powerful A-series processor and a number of great...

Tech

How to Batch Edit Photos Quickly Using Lightroom

If you’re a big fan of Adobe Lightroom, you probably already know all the tips and tricks to editing awesome photos, but how can you speed up that workflow? How can you save yourself from hours of work when you have a large batch of photos to work on? This article will show you how to batch ed...


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