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T-Mobile LG V30 Android Oreo Update Put On Hold – Geeky Gadgets

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Geeky Gadgets T-Mobile LG V30 Android Oreo Update Put On HoldGeeky GadgetsLast week T-Mobile started to roll out the Android Oreo update for the LG V30 smartphone. Now it looks like the company has put the update on hold. The update was paused over the weekend after T-Mobile had complaints about problems with the update.Samsung ... Read More »

Gadgets that make travelling that much easier – Irish Times

Sony MDR 1000X. Noise-cancelling headphones It can be difficult to get a few minutes of peace and quiet when you are travelling. But regardless of whether you are working on the move and need to concentrate or just want to block out the background noise to clear your head, noise-cancelling headphones will help drown out the din. Don’t confuse noise-cancelling ... Read More »

Sirin Finney Blockchain Smartphone With 6GB RAM, Snapdragon 845 SoC Launched: Price, Specifications – NDTV

Switzerland-based startup Sirin Labs has launched a blockchain-powered smartphone called Finney. Last month, the company had said that FIH Mobile, a subsidiary of world’s largest contract electronics manufacturer Foxconn, will manufacture its Finney blockchain smartphone, which is designed to securely store and use digital currencies such as Bitcoin in fee-less transactions. Finney, claimed to be the world’s first blockchain-based smartphone, ... Read More »

PUBG Mobile Can Now Be Played on PC Using Tencent's Official Emulator – Gaming Buddy – NDTV

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) made a name for itself last year, popularising the battle royale genre. It launched on Windows, but got a mobile version earlier this year- PUBG Mobile was launched on both Android and iOS in March. Users will quick to try out the mobile version of the game on their Windows PCs using an emulator, causing controversy with ... Read More »

Qualcomm is helping Google solve its biggest problem – Gadgets Now

NEW DELHI: Qualcomm, one of the popular chipset makers, is indirectly making it easier for Google to solve its Achilles heel – slow Android adoption rate. The processor-making firm is doing this by making three of its mobile processors ready for Android P support. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, Snapdragon 660 and Snapdragon 636 are the ones that fully support Android ... Read More »