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Study: Android 5.0 Lollipop is more stable than Apple iOS 8

A recent study has established that Android 5.0 Lollipop had lower crash rates when compared to iOS 8 and Android KitKat. The benchmark revealed that older versions of Android and iOS 7.1 had lower crash rates. Android Lollipop had 0.2 percent lesser crash rates than iOS 8 while Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 faced crash issues followed by KitKat. Though Android ...

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Xiaomi enters the United States, but no smartphones for now

Xiaomi, the Chinese smartphone maker  has entered the U.S market and will start selling its products in a few months. The company will set up Mi online store in the country that will offer accessories like headphones, wearables and others. Consumers will not be able to buy smartphone in the Mi range, Mi Note, Redmi range or the Mi Pad ...

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Rumored HTC One M9 vs Samsung Galaxy S4: Good Upgrade or Not

HTC and Samsung are two of the best smartphone manufacturers in the Android game. So their flagships are eagerly awaited each year for obvious reasons. This year, both Samsung and HTC are going to release their flagships Galaxy S6 and One M9 respectively. There’s going a hell lot of hype and rumors about these devices from quite a few times. So ...

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5 Reasons Your Next Smartphone Should be a Motorola

Just go back a couple of years, Motorola was dying a slow death in the global mobile phone market. Then Google bought Motorola and in 2013 Motorola came out with an all new flagship Moto X. Unlike other flagships, the Moto X was not all about the specs but about the user experience. Then, a few months later, they released ...

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Root Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to install custom ROMs now

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Now those of you who know what rooting is, you can skip this part and could jump right to the rooting guide. But for those of you who don’t know what rooting is and why to root your device, rooting your device basically means you are gaining special permissions for your device which you couldn’t access without root. Putting it ...

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Verizon may face investigation owing to Supercookies

Verizon comes under of the radar of the United States Senators as they call in the Federal regulators to investigate the supercookies. According to the reports, suspicion suggests that Verizon is using its Supercookies to track down web traffic of its users. Further allegations suggest that it is not only Verizon and AT&T have been using the Supercookies for long ...

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Project Phire: Corning develops scratch resistant and tougher Gorilla Glass

Corning known for its Gorilla glass displays has again outdone itself. It has revealed that they are developing a new protection glass called Project Phire, which will combine the Gorilla features with that of a sapphire protection and dramatically improves protection against cover glass damage during device drops. Scratch resistance has always been an aim which all glass manufacturers have ...

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World’s first Ubuntu phone BQ Aquaris E4.5 to be released in Europe

The world’s first Ubuntu Linux phone Aquaris E4.5 will be available for sale in Europe by next week. The smartphone will be available in limited quantities and a series of ‘flash sales’ will be held. The smartphone was developed by BQ, a Spanish-based company will only be available online. The availability of the phones will be notified to followers via ...

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