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Apple Expected To Release Mac mini Update This Year – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo Apple Expected To Release Mac mini Update This Year Ubergizmo Apple is expected to launch a handful of new products in the coming months. The new iPads with Face ID are at the top of the list alongside three new iPhone models. A new Apple Watch might possibly on the list as well. A well known Apple analyst now ... and more »

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Gboard For iOS Gets Morse Code Typing – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo Gboard For iOS Gets Morse Code Typing Ubergizmo Google announced during its I/O 2018 conference in May that it would soon bring Morse code support to Gboard. It understandably released this feature to Gboard for Android initially. The company was inspired by developer Tania Finlayson who ... and more »

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FCC Clears Samsung’s First Android Go Smartphone – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo FCC Clears Samsung's First Android Go Smartphone Ubergizmo More and more Android Go-powered smartphones are hitting the market as manufacturers are opting to try their luck on Google's optimized Android platform for low-end devices. Samsung is also believed to have one such device in the pipeline. Samsung's ... Samsung's Android Go smartphone passes through the FCC Neowin Samsung's first Android Go phone takes a major step towards release TrustedReviews all 167 news articles »

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Windows Notepad App Being Updated After Many Years – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo Windows Notepad App Being Updated After Many Years Ubergizmo Much has changed in Windows over the years but the company hasn't really made any changes to its Windows Notepad app. Users have been asking for improvements and Microsoft has finally listened to their feedback. It has made changes to the Windows ... and more »

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Sprint Splits Unlimited Plan Into Two Tiers – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo Sprint Splits Unlimited Plan Into Two Tiers Ubergizmo Sprint has announced that it's splitting its unlimited data plan into two tiers with each having its own data allotment and restrictions. The company will continue to sell these as “unlimited” plans even though they can't be classified as providing a ... and more »

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Sprint Splits Unlimited Plan Into Two Tiers – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo Sprint Splits Unlimited Plan Into Two Tiers Ubergizmo Sprint has announced that it's splitting its unlimited data plan into two tiers with each having its own data allotment and restrictions. The company will continue to sell these as “unlimited” plans even though they can't be classified as providing a ... and more »

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Apple Won’t Sell You A 2015 MacBook Pro Anymore – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo Apple Won't Sell You A 2015 MacBook Pro Anymore Ubergizmo Many Mac fans have not really appreciated some of the advancements that the company has made in recent years, including but not limited to the butterfly keys and USB Type-C ports. Those who didn't like the new MacBooks opted for 2016 and 2015 models ... and more »

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Chrome RAM Usage Has Increased Because Of Spectre Fixes – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo Chrome RAM Usage Has Increased Because Of Spectre Fixes Ubergizmo Google has patched the Spectre CPU vulnerabilities in its Chrome browser but they have resulted in Chrome using more RAM than before. Google has confirmed in a blog post that a feature that protects users against Spectre side-channel attacks results in ... and more »

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Facebook Messenger Tests Flagging DMs From Fake Accounts – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo Facebook Messenger Tests Flagging DMs From Fake Accounts Ubergizmo Facebook is taking concrete steps to stop the spread of misinformation on its platform. The company has revealed that it's testing a new system which will flag the direct messages that a user receives from fake accounts. The feature will provide the ... Facebook Messenger wants to help you identify impersonators Neowin all 32 news articles »

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Android P Name Possibly Leaked By Huawei Support – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo Android P Name Possibly Leaked By Huawei Support Ubergizmo Google hasn't confirmed as yet what the Android P name is going to be. It announced the next iteration of Android at its I/O 2018 conference in May and has since been releasing beta builds of the update. Android P is due to be released in a couple of ... and more »

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WhatsApp Starts Labeling Forwarded Messages – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo WhatsApp Starts Labeling Forwarded Messages Ubergizmo Before fake news on social media was a thing, the easiest way for people looking to spread misinformation was to run a chain of forwarded messages on WhatsApp, the world's largest cross-platform messaging service. You may have received a few over the ... and more »

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Sony Xperia XZ3 May Tout Four Cameras – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo Sony Xperia XZ3 May Tout Four Cameras Ubergizmo Many smartphone manufacturers have jumped on the dual camera bandwagon over the past year so it's not surprising to see two cameras at the back anymore. Some companies are also opting for dual front camera as well so that their devices particularly ... and more »

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