Android Confidential: Just how big is that notch on the Google Pixel 3 XL anyway?

The notch. By now it’s become a fairly commonplace feature on premium phones. Even some budget handsets are starting to get in on the act. But the Google Pixel 3 XL reignites the notch frenzy. Why? Because it’s so damn big. Google didn’t just add a normal screen cutout to the top of its latest flagship phone, it added the biggest one I’ve ever seen, big enough to house two cameras and a speaker. I generally don’t mind phone notches, but there’s something about the Pixel 3 XL’s that really…

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9 Tips for Increasing Traffic on your Website

Getting a website up and running is just the first step towards building a business online. The next big step is to generate traffic to your website. There are many things you can do to increase traffic to your website. We’ve created a list of some of the best things you can do right now to bring in targeted visitors. Much of the focus is on tactics that can bring you traffic in a couple of hours or days. Let’s get started. 1. Provide Multiple Ways for Visitors to Follow…

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Google Chrome for Android soon to get a new Explore UI when opening a new tab

Google is testing a new “Explore” feature on its Android Chrome app and the good news is that you can test it out by yourself without needing to install Chrome Beta or Chrome Canary. The feature introduces a new layout when opening a new tab that will help you explore topics and websites based on your interests and browsing history. Here’s how it looks.     Screenshots from the new tab If you want to get it too, just head over to your Chrome app for Android, open a new tab,…

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The Full Nerd ep. 71: Core i9-9900K, Intel benchmark controversy, farewell Hyper-Threading?

In this episode of the Full Nerd, Gordon Mah Ung, Brad Chacos, Alaina Yee, and Adam Patrick Murray dig deep into the Core i9-9900K, Intel’s first 8-core mainstream processor, and all the other new 9th-gen chips announced this week. MENTIONED IN THIS ARTICLE Intel Core i9-9900K $529.99 See It on Amazon We kick things off with an overview of the mainstream 9th-gen CPUs, Intel’s refresh of the Core X high-end desktop chips, and the beastly unlocked, 28-core Xeon W-3175X, just to get everybody on the same page. If you want the speeds and feeds in black and white,…

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3 Reasons You Should Be Careful When Choosing VPNs for your PC

Virtual Private Network of popularly known as the VPN is a service that enables you to access the web securely. Primarily it is beneficial in hiding your online activities. The VPN software encrypts the data before any third party could see it. After this, the information is routed to the VPN and from thereon to your specified online destination. Even for the later, the data will be visible as coming from a VPN server. Today VPN has become an essential component of your devices like PCs and smartphones. It is…

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OnePlus 6T to launch in India first, followed by China and Europe

While we’ll have to wait until the end of the month for the OnePlus 6T to go official, it won’t be much longer after that until we can actually buy one. As we reported earlier, the phone will hit China on November 5 and now we have the launch dates for Europe and India too. India will get it first – Amazon will kick the sales off on November 2 at 12:00pm local time. You can grab an INR 1,000 gift card as a sort of pre-order and you’ll get free Bullet Type-C headphones…

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Facebook wants to put a mic and camera in your home with the Portal

Facebook has announced Portal, a series of devices that let you do voice or video calls to other Facebook and Messenger users. Two different models were announced today, the Portal and the larger Portal+. The smaller Portal is an Amazon Echo Show style device, which is basically a giant display with a speaker. The 10.1-inch display has a resolution of 1280×800 and has 10W dual speakers. The Portal uses an array of four far-field microphones that records your conversations picks up your voice commands and a 12MP wide-angle camera that watches you sleep lets…

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Amazon Great Indian Festival and Flipkart Big Billion Days Sale: The Best Mobile Deals Revealed So Far

With less than one week left for Flipkart Big Billion Days sale and Amazon Great Indian Festival festive season sales, both the online marketplaces are slowly revealing some of their biggest deals and offers. Flipkart has already revealed a number of smartphones that will be available under its ‘Crazy Deals’ banner during the upcoming Big Billion Dayssale while Amazon continues to post teasers for its upcoming Great Indian Festival sale. We’ve already told you how you can prepare for the upcoming online festive season sales using a few simple tips and tricks. We also have…

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The $100 Oontz Angle 3 Ultra Bluetooth speaker is on sale for nearly 75% off today

Picking the right Bluetooth speaker can be an exercise in futility, but today Amazon is making it easy. The popular Oontz Angle 3 Ultra is on sale for $27, the best price we’ve ever seen and nearly 75 percent off its $100 MSRP. This compact speaker is built to take your tunes along wherever you go. At just 15 ounces and 6.4 x 2.8 x 2.8 inches, it’s easy to toss it into a bag. And if you happen to be heading outdoors, this speaker can handle that too—it’s weatherproof, with…

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IOTransfer 3 -an Excellent iPhone Transfer and Video Converter

Our iPhone and iPad have become the centre of attention in managing our digital lives, having the ability to easily control the valuable data they carry and having it backed up is becoming increasingly essential. Apple wants you to manage the contents of your iPhone via iTunes or iCloud, but both solutions are confusing and far from perfect. The  iPhone Transfer – IOTransfer 3 is presented as an excellent alternative and “the final administrator” for iPhone and iPad. IOTransfer 3 enables you to manage various types of content, which include…

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