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San Diego-based scientist Gaurav Agrawal has emerged as the photographer behind the image that caught headlines for crashing many Android phones recently. Agrawal took that image at Saint Mary Lake in Glacier National Park, Montana, back in August last year. After capturing the sunset landscape, he uploaded the image on Flickr without knowing the fact […]

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Android 11 developer preview 3 dropped earlier this week as latest and probably the last developer preview for the next version of Android. Google will most likely start rolling out beta versions beginning next month. The Android 11 developer preview 3 (DP3) is available on all supported Pixel smartphones and if you were running the developer […]

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Huawei has said that Apple and Google’s contact-tracing feature will be able to run on most of its phones. The confirmation came after there were reports that the company’s newer phones that do not include Google apps will miss out on the new feature. Huawei has said that the phones that were launched before May […]

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Smartphones are a very important part of our lives. They are with us pretty much all the time. While prank calls, telemarketing calls, and even unwanted calls have been a sad reality for a long time, their quantity has increased over the years. If you are frustrated with such calls and are looking for a […]

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