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Meghan Markle’s Feet Have Everyone Talking Right Now

So remember last month when people were buzzing about Kate Middleton’s fingers for what appeared to be no reason whatsoever? Well, it looks like the British tabloids are back at it again, now fixating their analysis on — wait for it — Meghan Markle’s feet. Yes, really. Why not just

Android P Will Have Gesture Controls Similar to iPhone X

While Android P is yet to completely emerge as the Android Oreo successor, it has now been spotted that this new Android version will bring an experience similar to the iPhone X. The experience, which appears to come in the form of gesture navigation, has been revealed by none other Google itself. It could sit alongside

OnePlus 6 May Just Have Been Revealed in Its Entirety

With Oppo R15 launch done and dusted, all eyes are on the OnePlus 6. Oppo’s flagship smartphones provide a blueprint for what to expect from the next OnePlushandset. And with the Oppo R15 and Oppo R15 Dream Mirror Edition officially announced in China on Monday, we have an idea of what the OnePlus 6 might

SENATE DEMOCRATS HAVE A PLAN TO SAVE NET NEUTRALITY

Republican-led Federal Communications Commission formally published a rule reversing long-standing and vital protections of the internet known as net neutrality. The FCC’s new rule would let big corporations restrict how consumers access their favorite websites by forcing them to buy internet access in packages, paying more for “premium” service, as

Greg Norman: Trump and Malcolm Turnbull now have ‘incredible relationship’

Greg Norman has described setting up the famously tense first conversation between the then newly-elected Donald Trump and the Australian prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, last January, and insisted the two men now have an “incredible relationship”. Norman, the Australian golfer who has been close friends with Trump for

Popular apps with social media features that you may have missed

New Delhi: Most smartphone users rely on messengers WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger or social media apps such or Twitter or LinkedIn to chat, share photos, or even location with friends and family members. Interestingly, these features are no longer limited to social media apps. Apps with no background

Best gap year tech: from Torino to Tokyo, these gadgets will help you have a great time

If you’re planning a gap year or packing for the trip of a lifetime, you’ll want to cram as many creature comforts into your backpack as possible, not to mention some tech on which to record and share some phenomenal views and bragging rights. We’re rounded up

5 Examples of Brands that Have Truly Mastered Social Media

Social media fame is the holy grail of the marketing world – we work our butts off for those likes, retweets, and follows. But sometimes it just doesn’t happen. Part of the problem with the social media landscape in this regard is that it’s just so huge – you’re literally competing

Turkey Kurdish wedding bomber ‘may not have been child’

Turkey’s Prime Minister Binali Yildirim says authorities do not know if a suicide bomber who attacked a Kurdish wedding killing 54 people was a child. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said after Saturday’s attack in Gazantiep that the bomber was 12-14 years old. Turkey has linked the bomber

Computer security: With Boxmate malicious programs have no place left to hide

By preventing unexpected behavior changes, the “Boxmate” approach defends existing embedded systems, mobile devices, and even servers against known and as-yet unknown forms of attack. Computer scientists from the Center for IT Security, Privacy and Accountability (CISPA) at Saarland University will present their method for the first