Latest Mobile Technology News and Updates | 61

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Android Nougat Is The Most Used OS Version On Android Devices

Google has announced that its Android Nougat ( 7.0 & 7.1 ) has become the most used version of the OS among Android users. The Android version was launched over a year and a half ago by the company. By occupying 28.5 percent of the Android users, Nougat is the most used Android version. Google s

  • Tue, 06 Feb 2018

Apple iOS 11.2.5 Update Turns Out To Be A "Battery Drainer"

Apple released 11.2.5 iOS update on January 23 by breaking the iOS update series pattern for the first time in the history. The company jumped directly from the iOS 11.2.2 to 11.2.5. But, it seems like the performance and battery problem is not leaving Apple. Many users complained that the latest up

  • Tue, 06 Feb 2018

Apple Is Looking Into The "Incoming Call Issue" of iPhone X

It seems Apple’s most awaited and expensive flagship phone started showing the problem as the user's complaint to its maker. Several iPhone X users have reported that they are facing issues with the phone’s calling feature. The phone’s calling glitch is preventing the users fro

  • Mon, 05 Feb 2018

Apple Music To Beat Spotify Soon, Acquired 36 Million Paid Users

  Apple, the leading tech giant company is again doing for what is known, dominating the industry. According to the latest reports, Apple Music now has 36 million paid subscribers and increasing with rapid speed. According to the Wall Street Journal, the company has confirmed the achievement

  • Mon, 05 Feb 2018

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Google Arts & Culture App Is Users' Goldmine But Has A Data Problem

So just saw your friend’s picture against a famous art piece that you had only seen in art galleries? And, scratching your head on how it is even possible? Let me tell you, it is the magic of Google Arts and culture app. Sounds interesting? Wishing to know more about it? So here comes the deta

  • Fri, 02 Feb 2018

Google Kicked Out Over 700,000 Android Apps From Play Store In 2017

Google shared a blog post stating that it has removed more than 700,000 apps from the Google Play Store in 2017. The number that the tech giant has shared is 70 percent more than the apps that it took down back in 2016. Recently, the Android devices have been a victim of too many malicious apps and

  • Thu, 01 Feb 2018

Apple Cancelling The iPhone X And Its Cheapest iPhone

The latest Apple leak reveals more information about the cancellation of iPhone X and its most budget-friendly model. According to the report leaked by KGI’s popular analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo Apple is taking down it's another iPhone model with iPhone X this year. Along with this Kuo also share

  • Wed, 31 Jan 2018

The US Agencies Are Investigating Apple Over iPhones Slow Down Issue

Apple seems to be getting more reactions than it expected to its recent iPhone performance apology letter. Now, the higher U.S. agencies have involved in the issue after a number of users filing lawsuits against the iPhone makers. The U.S. Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission

  • Wed, 31 Jan 2018

Microsoft Acquires PlayFab, A Gaming Service Startup To Power Up Its Azure Platform

Microsoft has added another startup to its team for strengthening its gaming market. The tech giant has acquired PlayFab, the platform that enabled the developers to launch and maintain their games online with simple and cheaper back-end services. The startup is getting attention as its technology i

  • Tue, 30 Jan 2018

Microsoft Delivers An Emergency Windows Update To Disable Its Own 'Spectre' Patch

It seems like the Spectre and Meltdown vulnerability is not going to leave the system users and makers so easily. Microsoft has just released an unplanned update for the Windows to disable the mitigation for Spectre bug that it has deployed earlier. The update comes after Intel circulate a notice to

  • Tue, 30 Jan 2018
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