Nokia 3 receives Android 8.1 Oreo update

Vlad 20 December 2018 Nokia Android Firmware Updates HMD Global has apparently started sending out the update to Android 8.1 Oreo to the Nokia 3 from 2017. The phone launched with Android 7.0 Nougat on board, then received an update to Android 8.0 Oreo back in April this year. Now it’s time for it to make the jump to 8.1, although at this rate Pie seems like nothing more than a pipe dream at the moment. On one hand, if you own a Nokia 3, it’s probably sad to think…

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ZTE nubia Red Magic Mars soon coming to the UK and Europe

The beastly nubia Red Magic Mars was released just last month in China and by the looks of it, it will be stepping outside of the country really soon. A landing page has already been set up and you can sign in your email address so you can receive a notification once it arrives. According to the drop-down menu on the landing page, the phone will be available for purchase in the UK and Europe. But as manufacturers do, ZTE’s sub-brand nubia didn’t give any specifics around the release of…

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Firefox Is Coming to Qualcomm Snapdragon-Based Windows 10 Devices

Alongside bringing Snapdragon 8cx as its new chip for “always-on, always-connected” Windows 10 PC category, Qualcomm has announced its partnership with Mozilla to bring a native Firefox version for Snapdragon-powered Windows computers. The native ARM64 version of Firefox is touted to leverage the performance of the Snapdragon platform to deliver the “most performant out-of-the-box experience possible”. The San Diego-based chip maker at the Qualcomm Tech Summit 2018 in Hawaii announced the Snapdragon 8cx as the world’s first 7nm SoC for PCs. The chip has Qualcomm Kryo 495 CPU and Adreno…

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Verizon gives discounts to emergency first responders with unlimited plans

Verizon introduces new discounts for those heroes of our local communities. State and city police, Emergency Medical Service (EMS) workers, and Fire department as well will all be eligible for Verizon discounts on their personal service accounts. Volunteers, current employees, and retirees will all be eligible. Those who qualify will get $15 off a single line of service per month, $35 for two lines, and $40 for three or more lines will be discounted per month. If you’d like to request the discount, you can log into your My Verizon…

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Tips to Starting a GED Blog

Running a GED blog is a rewarding venture that allows you to help others while making yourself some profit from ad revenue. There are several ways to go about starting a GED blog but each method shares a basic structure that ensures your blog is well received by readers and search engines. Follow this quick guide to setup your own GED blog and start earning ad revenue or building your informational brand today. Choosing a Domain Name and Acquiring SSL  The first task you’ll need to do when starting a…

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Realme C1 arrives tomorrow in the Philippines

Realme C1 was introduced back in September as the company’s most affordable phone to date. It was initially priced below $100 in India and Indonesia, but due to the poor performance of the Indian currency, it’s price was slightly increased since. The entry level smartphone is now making its way to the Philippines and will arrive tomorrow, December 5, at the online retailer Lazada. The Realme C1 will be launched in a flash sale with a PHP5,490 price tag, which is pretty much the same cost as other markets –…

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Moto G7 Power is certified, to have 5,000 mAh battery

Last month we heard Lenovo is dropping plenty of its Moto series, but the G line will stay with a fourth powerful addition to the family. Today the Moto G7 Power got certified in Thailand with the model number XT1955-4, while the FCC listing revealed the device will have a battery capacity of 5,000 mAh. The model on FCC revealed also the dimensions of the handset. The diagonal of the phone will be 167 mm, or around 6.45”, but the actual screen will likely be around 6.2”. Moto G7 Power…

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Samsung issues hotfix update in second Android Pie beta for Galaxy S9

Samsung has just issued a hotfix update to the second Android Pie beta on Galaxy S9, launched yesterday. It is only 90 MB in size and patches two significant issues that slipped in the major release. Users complained about losing mobile data connection and having trouble launching some apps. To get the Pie beta that moves to One UI on your Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9+, you must be part of the Samsung Members program (also known as Samsung+ in the United States). Through the dedicated app you can see…

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Asus Zenfone Max M2 and Pro M2 specs and images leak

The Asus Zenfone Max M2 and the Pro M2 have showed up on a few occasions in the last few weeks in leaks and teasers but the new report is a bit more revealing than you’d expect. It has almost all the specs and renders that you’d need. Asus Zenfone Max Pro M2 WinFuture brings us detailed renders showing the design of both phones. The first thing we notice is that the non-Pro variant has slightly thicker chin and a narrower notch but otherwise the two follow the same design…

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Cloud Data Integration: An Efficient Solution to Data Silos

As businesses grow and their processes and services become more complex, they begin to explore methodologies and technologies that are aimed at streamlining their workflow. One way they do this is by migrating many of their business-critical applications from on-premises data centers to the cloud. After all, cloud computing—which involves using remote servers to store and process data—provides numerous benefits in the form of on-demand resource provisioning, elasticity in resource deployment, reduced labor, energy, and IT costs, and other advantages. Nevertheless, many organizations that utilize cloud environments end up having…

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