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New OnePlus 6 phone will release in May – with a headphone jack likely to remain unlike the iPhone, says boss – The Independent

[unable to retrieve full-text content] The Independent New OnePlus 6 phone will release in May – with a headphone jack likely to remain unlike the iPhone, says bossThe IndependentAs mobile phone manufacturer OnePlus confirms that its next device, the OnePlus 6, will be revealed in London on 16 May, co-founder Carl Pei talks exclusively to The Independent. OnePlus was founded ... Read More »

Traveling to Europe: Leave this tech at home – Gearbrain

Being away from the United States is pretty fun — you get to take a break from greasy food and expensive living. However, traveling abroad might also force you to take a break on the tech you’ve grown to love. If you’re a student with a job (like me), you need to be connected. Daily news notifications, emails and texts ... Read More »

Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 With 6-Inch Display, 5000mAh Battery Launched in India: Price, Specifications, Features – NDTV

Asus on Monday announced the launch of its latest mid-range smartphone – Zenfone Max Pro M1 – in India. Key highlights of the handset include an 18:9 full-HD+ display, a large 5000mAh battery (with 10W charger), the latest Snapdragon 636 SoC, and face unlock. The Zenfone Max Pro M1 smartphone takes on the likes of Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro, which ... Read More »

No phones or gadgets for my family on holiday, defence minister says – Telegraph.co.uk

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Telegraph.co.uk No phones or gadgets for my family on holiday, defence minister saysTelegraph.co.ukTobias Ellwood banned his family from using all mobile devices on their latest holiday, as he fears we are all “addicted” to our gadgets. The Defence Minister, who has two young sons with his wife Hannah, spoke of his concerns that children spend ... Read More »

Amnesty International 'slams' Google for its latest messaging service, Chat – Gadgets Now

SAN FRANCISCO: Google‘s decision to launch a new messaging service called “Chat” without end-to-end encryption shows utter contempt for the privacy of Android users and has handed a precious gift to cybercriminals and government spies alike, Amnesty International has said. Communications on the new “Chat” service will not be sent over the Internet but through mobile phone carriers, like SMS ... Read More »