The iPhone 8 design looks amazingly stunning to say the least. But new information has revealed that it is set to come with yet another controversial cost.
Google has just announced that all the new Chromebooks that will be launched this year will all run Android.
Apple is indeed proving to the world that it is the leading innovator in gadgets and tech devices. With the new iPhone 8 coming in a few months from now, the hype is surely building up through time.
At this point, a lot may be tired of hearing warnings for owners of Galaxy Note 7 units. If you are, there’s some good news for you. Announcing of pre-flight reminders regarding the said unit could come to a halt today.
iPhone die-hard supporters have long wanted the tech giant to add this to the features of their beloved device.With the iPhone 8 rumours suggest that this would be made a reality.
The “Redstone 2”, the update from Windows 10 Creators, has been officially launched in October of last year during the Windows 10 event in the City of New York.
Getting rid of the home key among Android units is less difficult to do than on Apple’s iPhone for a lot of reasons, with one of these being Android having built-in compatibility for a virtual home button.
Tech giant Google has found success with its flagship OS, the Android for quite a few years now. The latest iteration for their Android OS is the Nougat, that was launched just this year.
The latest release for Cortana on Android 2.0 would include an unanticipated revamp for the virtual assistant.
The redesigning however, is yet to be finished by Microsoft. With the new version, a brand new screen would open up once you tap its “circle icon” located at the upper right side. This will then reveal a set of choices for ways of customizing.
To those who wish to continue using their Samsung Galaxy Note 7 units, this is definitely not going to be good news.
The tech giant is slated to launch a new software update beginning December 19. This would then bar any charging to happen on Galaxy Note 7 phones that would getting this update.