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Google Unveils Android Wear Tech 

Google Unveils Android Wear

While the Android L took much of the praise with it’s release at the Google I/O conference, the new Android Wear also became a key component of the event. Google unveiled smart watches running its new Android Wear software, including the LG G Watch, Moto 360 and Samsung Gear Live. There are also signs of fashion brands wanting to enter the market and use Google’s new off the shelf product, with Armani, Kate Spade and Hugo Boss Black watches all interested. Google Director of Engineering, David Singleton, says, “We’re right…

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How to Copy Xbox Games Without Mod Chip? Tech 

How to Copy Xbox Games Without Mod Chip?

Xbox is a video gaming brand which is owned by Microsoft. Xbox 360 consoles by Microsoft use the game discs which consist of dual-layered DVDs having a memory of around 8.5GB. A dual-layered DVD disc has more memory than normal DVDs(4.7 GB)due to extra writable space. You may want a copy of your original Xbox 360 games in case they are stolen or get a scratch on the DVD. Older consoles required a mod chip to be installed on the motherboard, to copy the contents on your DVD so that…

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Are we going to see a Samsung Galaxy S9 mini? Tech 

Are we going to see a Samsung Galaxy S9 mini?

Rumors about a “mini” version of Samsung’s Galaxy S smartphones have once again hit the canvas. And today, we learn more about a possible Galaxy S9 mini. Indeed, a smartphone that most blogs name Galaxy S9 mini has ended up on Geekbench , although we have no way of knowing if this is really the case. Geekbench therefore lists a smartphone known as model number SM-G8750, and was downloaded on Monday. The tech blogosphere was stubborn in saying it was the Galaxy S9 Mini simply because it looks like a smaller version of the S9, which was…

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Google Fuchsia: test this future OS in your browser Tech 

Google Fuchsia: test this future OS in your browser

Everyone knows that Google works on many projects that overlap with each other. Even if Android and Chrome OS are fighting to attract you to mobile devices and desktops, we could see a little new emerging. Nicknamed “Andromeda” in the course of last year, the latter was presented as the OS that would be the merger of the two existing OS. Now, the third OS supposed to be launched under the name “Fuchsia” (at least its code name) already has a number of lines of code and assets available to developers. But if you’re…

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Windows 10 Spring Creators Update: the final phase is near Tech 

Windows 10 Spring Creators Update: the final phase is near

Microsoft recently released the RTM version of Windows 10 Creators Spring Update for users of the channel “  Release Preview  ” , which is the last step that the company must perform before launching the public. The  Windows 17 build 17133 was released to users in the “Fast” channel on March 27, before being promoted to members of the Slow Channel Insider Program on March 30. Microsoft then pushed the same version to the Release Preview channel on April 5, and wishing to implement a phased launch in order to fully test the devices before a larger launch. “We released…

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You will soon be able to delete Facebook messages Tech 

You will soon be able to delete Facebook messages

if the company has been in the ring for many days, new information has revealed that Facebook’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, and other social network executives are not receiving their messages removing them from recipients’ inboxes. Facebook reported to TechCrunch, which received e-mails showing messages that were deleted, that it suppressed “  to protect our executives ‘ communications  ” messages after Sony Pictures was hacked in 2014 . However, since lambdas users do not have the ability to delete messages, and Facebook has not revealed to recipients that it is deleting messages from their inbox, many people…

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