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The fast, powerful, and beautiful Galaxy S7 phone is definitely 2016's all-around phone to beat. Almost everything about the 5.5-inch S7 Edge excels from the inside out, and Samsung has refined the extra navigation software that dresses up the screen's physical curves.The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is a big upgrade over last year's S6 Edge, with nearly every element altered and upgraded in some way, showing the brand is still working out how to best position the jewel in its smartphone crown. Given the S6 Edge swept up nearly every best smartphone award in 2015, will the S7 Edge really be able to match up? Technology     GSM / HSPA / LTE

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Posted by : DOORSANCHAR, Posted on : Jul 16th 2014, 5:42AM

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 When you are in hurry and found your phone battery on red, its really disgusting. Here are some tips to charge smartphone or laptop or other electronic devices which could largely reduce the battery recharging time.   1. Keep the devices on flight mode: Turing the devices free from wireless connections by activating airplane mode stops the background processes from eating your phone’s battery hence reducing the charging time. 2. Switch Off the device if alarm and remainder is not necessary: If you don’t have to rely on alarm and other remainder features of phone, keeping the device switched off is the best alternative in charging the battery within small duration.

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Posted by : engadget.com, Posted on : Jul 15th 2014, 5:39AM

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SpaceX has been launching rockets in Florida or California for quite some time, but Texas will likely see most of the action once the company finishes building its new spaceport in Cameron County. While SpaceX CEO Elon Musk hasn't made an official announcement yet, a Florida official (who's understandably disappointed by the development) confirmed that the Lone Star State has indeed landed the contract. In fact, the Federal Aviation Administration already gave SpaceX its blessing to do 12 launches per year (mostly of its Falcon 9 and upcoming Falcon Heavy rockets) from the 56.5 acre site. Musk plans to make it the main launching site for space tourists and missions funded by companies and fo

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Posted by : engadget.com, Posted on : Jul 14th 2014, 5:07AM

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 The US isn't done throwing the book at alleged Chinese industrial spies. The Department of Justice has charged a Chinese executive living in Canada, Su Bin, with stealing sensitive info for Boeing and Lockheed Martin warplanes like the C-17 cargo hauler and F-22 fighter. Reportedly, Su partnered with two people to hack into the aircraft makers' networks and either pass along or sell any secrets to interested parties in China. Unlike other targets of the DOJ's wrath, though, it appears that Su was more concerned about profit than helping any government intelligence efforts. While he was handing over data to state-owned aviation firms, he complained of "stingy" buyers and was w

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Posted by : ncell, Posted on : Jul 13th 2014, 7:07AM

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 Ncell, country’s leading mobile service provider, has launched the new offer named Mazzako SMS Pack, under which Ncell customers can send as many as 100 SMS in a day at price as low as Rs 3, excluding taxes.   Mazzako SMS Pack, coming into effect from June 17, aims at fulfilling growing communication need of the customers during the global football extravaganza and thereafter. Under the offer, Ncell customers can subscribe daily, weekly or monthly SMS pack at mere Rs 3, Rs 18 and Rs 54 respectively, excluding taxes, and shoot as many as 100 SMS every day to other Ncell numbers throughout the pack period. On exceeding 100 SMS a day, they would be charged as per normal rates

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Posted by : engadget.com, Posted on : Jul 10th 2014, 5:15AM

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 It's been a while since we've seen any new curved or flexible displays following LG's G Flex and Samsung's Galaxy Round smartphones. LG Display is thinking bigger now. It's announced that it's been able to create an 18-inch OLED panel that has enough give and flexibility to roll into a tube that's a mere 3cm across. The prototype currently has a resolution of 1,200 x 810, while it's a new polyamide film on the back of the panel (instead of the typical plastic) which offers the panel substantially more flexibility -- and it's also even thinner.   Alongside the flexible demo, LG's also crafted a transparent OLED panel which has triple the transmittance of existing see-through LCD

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Posted by : DOORSANCHAR, Posted on : Jul 9th 2014, 5:26AM

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    With Google’s Cloud Print app, its time to enjoy over-the-air printing which is making it more easier for printing tasks.  With the app, you can send a print job to your printer at home or office with internet connection and connected to google account even when you’re at a friend’s house or elsewhere. Google Cloud Print, which doesn’t only work with Android but also with any device running Chrome, including iOS and any desktop or laptop can integrate with the mobile versions of Gmail and Google Docs, allowing users to print from their hand held devices.   For this users need to have Cloud Print (Play Store Link) on android device. Then ch

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Posted by : engadget.com, Posted on : Jul 8th 2014, 8:22AM

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 Selfies are so popular that not only is the President getting in on the action, but ABC's even named its newest TV show after the trend. Not to be outdone, Sony is debuting the Xperia C3, a mid-range smartphone that's most notable feature is the 5-megapixel wide-angle lens and LED flash for self portraits. Beyond the snapper itself, the company is also boasting about the software enhancements like retouching, auto-scene modes and quick sharing to ensure your Instagram friends will be, you know, totes jel. There's a 5.5-inch 720p IPS display up, shielding a 1.2GHz Qualcomm processor, 1GB RAM, 8GB storage, with support for 64GB microSD cards and a 2,500mAh battery. Other features include

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Posted by : engadget.com, Posted on : Jul 6th 2014, 5:41AM

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 Computers have gone through nothing short of a renaissance in the decade since Engadget was born. When we started in 2004, desktops still ruled the roost; laptops were frequently clunky; and tablets were niche devices for doctors.   That state of affairs didn't last for long, though. Netbooks briefly took over the world, bringing tiny laptops to the masses. Ultrabooks proved that slim machines could still be powerful. And just about the entire PC market has had to confront the rise and domination of touchscreen-enabled mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. In short, it's pretty remarkable how much of a difference 10 years can make in tech.   2004: SONY VAIO X505 N

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Posted by : engadget.com, Posted on : Jul 3rd 2014, 5:46AM

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 If you've pre-ordered an Android Wear watch and want to have everything ready for the very moment you slap that device on your wrist, Google is more than happy to help; the company has posted everything you'll need on day one. To start, you can both grab the official Android Wear app (needed to link up) and look out for the automatic Google Play Services 5.0 upgrade that adds the underlying Wear framework. After that, you'll want to check out Google Play's new dedicated app section that highlights early titles with Wear support, including third-party tools like Allthecooks, Evernote and IFTTT. These apps aren't going to make your wristwear arrive any sooner, but getting yourself ready

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Posted by : engadget.com, Posted on : Jul 2nd 2014, 6:30AM

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 Were you one of the over 45,000 to pre-order the latest prototype VR headset from Oculus? Well, if so you could be seeing the $350 Rift Dev Kit 2 rather soon. The company recently announced that the first round of new hardware has left the production facility and should be hitting your doorstep the week of July 14th this year. The thing is, this initial run will only cover some 10,000 orders and there's a "high chance" that the remaining 35,000+ units won't ship until August. However, Luckey and co. promise that they're working to ramp up production for the remaining orders -- something that influx of Facebook cash likely makes easier. As TechCrunch points out, Oculus had 12,

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