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Apple is also reported to launch three devices , a 5.8-inch OLED, 6.1-inch LCD and 6.5 inch OLED. The biggest difference is apparently the position of the fingerprint sensor that has been moved from the vertical-positioned sensor next to the dual rear camera setup that was featured on the Galaxy Note 8 past year to a horizontal-oriented sensor.
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    After registering Rs 100 crore revenues in 24 hours, OnePlus has now stated that it sold more than one million units of the OnePlus 6 globally. The previous phone, 5T had to take around 3 months to touch 1 million units in sales, but the way OnePlus 6 has changed the game, is stupendous.
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    Net neutrality, which once required internet service providers to treat all online content the same, is now gone starting Monday. Under that approach, the internet was open and free. "For example, we empower the Federal Trade Commission to police internet service providers for anticompetitive acts and unfair or deceptive practices".
  • E3 2018: New Kingdom Hearts III Trailer Features Pirates of the Caribbean

    E3 2018: New Kingdom Hearts III Trailer Features Pirates of the Caribbean

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    It remains to be seen what Square Enix was saving for their own showcase but possibilities include the Final Fantasy VII remake as well as the previously announced Avengers video game. The world's of Final Fantasy XIV and Monster Hunter: World are coming together under one roof this summer in what appears to be a collaboration that pits Final Fantasy characters against beasts from Monster Hunter.
  • Ajit Pai says you’re going to love the death of net neutrality

    Ajit Pai says you’re going to love the death of net neutrality

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    Senate and many state lawmakers along with numerous court challenges. Probably not. You won't even see the direct effects of this repeal immediately. In the op-ed, Pai says that repealing Net Neutrality "will protect consumers and promote better, faster internet access, and more competition" while simultaneously preserving the internet as "an open platform where you are free to go where you want".
  • Super Smash Bros Ultimate characters CONFIRMED: December Release date for Nintendo Switch

    Super Smash Bros Ultimate characters CONFIRMED: December Release date for Nintendo Switch

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    In that group you could find the Smash Bros staples ( Mario , Link, Fox, Kirby, etc...), returning favorites like Ike, Snake and R.O.B. and the DLC characters from Super Smash Bros . Nintendo isn't really reinventing the wheel here, even if it is picking up the pace of the game to be more like Melee . Characters previously released as paid downloadable content are also included in the game.
  • Apple follows in Google's footsteps, bans cryptocurrency mining on iPhones, iPads

    Apple follows in Google's footsteps, bans cryptocurrency mining on iPhones, iPads

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    Cupertino's new dev rules restrict apps that drain the battery, put unnecessary strain on an iPhone's or iPad's resources, and cause the fancy gadgets to generate excessive heat. The only exception is for "cloud-based mining", in which the virtual currencies are remotely generated off the Apple product. The new rules ban any app from directly mining cryptocurrency.
  • What's new with Safari on iOS 12

    What's new with Safari on iOS 12

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    This new feature instantly switches everything to a darker colour scheme which not only looks stunning but also offers an improved viewing experience, especially when scrolling through content such as photos . Safari just became an excellent privacy tool, as, with iOS 12, Safari will ask to generate, store, and automatically apply strong passwords to various services for you.
  • E3 2018: Watch the Halo Infinite reveal from Microsoft's event

    E3 2018: Watch the Halo Infinite reveal from Microsoft's event

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    It did not reveal financial terms of the studio acquisitions. The trailer did not show any gameplay. The game is also being built using 343's new Slipspace Engine, which is detailed in a new blog. 343 Industries is busily working on the next Halo game, which is codenamed " Infinite ". The game looks like it plays beautifully and the visuals throughout the new trailer are impressive , to say the least.
  • Fallout 76, Doom Eternal, Elder Scrolls VI

    Fallout 76, Doom Eternal, Elder Scrolls VI

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    However, there is no set release date for the game at the moment. According to the E3 conference , The Elder Scrolls Blades is a first-person RPG reminiscent of The Elder Scrolls: Arena . You can customize your character with different features and pick your race and class. Yes, you can launch nuclear missiles on other players and their bases.
  • E3 2018: Elder Scrolls VI Announced With Teaser Trailer

    E3 2018: Elder Scrolls VI Announced With Teaser Trailer

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    Fallout 76 is 4 times the size of Fallout 4 . Your friends can all join together into one world and work to create the ultimate shared base. Yes, this is a multiplayer Fallout title. There was no word about private servers or a way to remove the PvP side of the game. Also, dying in Fallout 76 doesn't mean a loss of progression or a loss of your character.
  • Qualcomm Introduces Snapdragon 850 and It's Not for Your Next Phone

    Qualcomm Introduces Snapdragon 850 and It's Not for Your Next Phone

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    The chip is essentially a Snapdragon 845 , the chip found in high-end Android devices like the Samsung Galaxy S9 , but beefed up slightly so it is suitable for use in PCs. Native DSD playback, virtual surround sound, high dynamic range audio, and aptX HD wireless audio are also supported. The company will use the chip for its upcoming always connected PC which is said to be due later this year.
  • Apple introduces macOS Mojave with Dark Mode, desktop Stacks and more

    Apple introduces macOS Mojave with Dark Mode, desktop Stacks and more

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    Apple took the wraps off its upcoming software yesterday - iOS 12 , macOS Mojave , watchOS 5 , tvOS 12 - and needless to say it had everyone impressed. When you click on a stack , it expands out so you can select which file you'd like. For example , if an image is selected, you can easily manipulate it or access markup tools.
  • Eureka! iOS 12 Simplifies Closing iPhone X Apps

    Eureka! iOS 12 Simplifies Closing iPhone X Apps

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    Parents can also set up a feature which will sent them reports from their children's phones and set time limits on app usage. Resetting Face ID will remove all the data Face ID has learned about your face over time. Apple took its privacy complaints against Facebook all the way to its biggest event of the year-the Worldwide Developer Conference , also known as WWDC .
  • Microsoft reportedly in

    Microsoft reportedly in "serious" talks to acquire GitHub

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    Open source stands for making software code available to everyone. The ten-year-old company is practically a tracking stock for the number of software developers now plying their trade around the world, a number that has been pegged around 20 million but that estimate probably undercounts hobbyist developers.