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Xiaomi A2 users complain about being hit by a bug causing massive battery drain
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Xiaomi A2 users complain about being hit by a bug causing massive battery drain

Xiaomi is still to acknowledge the problem of the massive battery loss faced by the Mi A2 users.

ATM overhaul: Following RBI diktat, banks must do their bit now to protect customers' data and check fraud
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ATM overhaul: Following RBI diktat, banks must do their bit now to protect customers' data and check fraud

The RBI, in June, 2018, directed banks and white-label ATM operators (WLAOs) to implement anti-skimming and white listing solutions by March 2019.

Microsoft is ending its free Windows 10 upgrade for users of its accessibility features
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Microsoft is ending its free Windows 10 upgrade for users of its accessibility features

Microsoft stopped offering free Windows 10 upgrades in July last year but users who use accessibility features, got an extension.

Indus OS announces partnership with YES BANK to launch OS integrated UPI payment platform
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Indus OS announces partnership with YES BANK to launch OS integrated UPI payment platform

The UPI payment platform is integrated with the SMS, contacts and dialer interfaces of the device.

Google's new smartphone OS 'Fuchsia' will skip Linux and have a re-imagined UI
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Google's new smartphone OS 'Fuchsia' will skip Linux and have a re-imagined UI

Here is a first look at Google's Fuchsia OS which is currently under development.

Android has overtaken Windows as the most used operating system on the internet
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Android has overtaken Windows as the most used operating system on the internet

Android has dethroned Microsoft Windows as the most popular operating system (OS) for internet usage across desktop, tablets, laptops and mobile devices.

Cyanogen Inc is shutting down CyanogenMod, team forks project into LineageOS
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Cyanogen Inc is shutting down CyanogenMod, team forks project into LineageOS

Cyanogen Inc has announced that it is discontinuing support for CyanogenMod (CM), and that nightly builds will be not be available after 31 December, 2016.

Flock OS is the world's first chat operating system
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Flock OS is the world's first chat operating system

Flock, a team messenger for businesses, on Tuesday launched the world's first chat operating system called "FlockOS". The new OS allows developers to build customised apps, bots and integrations on Flock.

Google's Fuchsia OS is open-source and can run on everything from routers to PCs, but what's it for?
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Google's Fuchsia OS is open-source and can run on everything from routers to PCs, but what's it for?

Google has lifted the veil on a new operating system that they’ve been working on and they’ve called it Fuschia. What is Fuschia? Nobody really knows. Neither, it seems, does Google.

Blockchain-based system for banks launched by ex-Google engineer
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Blockchain-based system for banks launched by ex-Google engineer

A former Google engineer has launched a company that uses blockchain technology to build a new operating system for banks.

Apple's OS X 'Fuji': What exactly does the buzz online suggest?
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Apple's OS X 'Fuji': What exactly does the buzz online suggest?

Apple's yearly event, WWDC 2016 is just around the corner and there are a bunch of rumours doing the rounds of the internet.

BlackBerry to spruce up BBM after WhatsApp withdraws support for BB10
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BlackBerry to spruce up BBM after WhatsApp withdraws support for BB10

BlackBerry is exploring alternatives to make working on BBM, its messaging platform, "more convenient and fun" to support users after rival WhatsApp announced to stop its support to Canadian firm's operating system from later this year.

Makers of Teewe streaming stick to build their own Android-based OS
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Makers of Teewe streaming stick to build their own Android-based OS

After the success of its Teewe Wireless HDMI streaming stick for TV's, the re-branded Creo wants to focus on building software.

CES 2016: Samsung unveils smart fridge with camera and giant touchscreen
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CES 2016: Samsung unveils smart fridge with camera and giant touchscreen

Internet of Things is certainly a top contender for flavour of the season at CES 2016. In keeping with the trend, Samsung has announced a new smart fridge -- adding to its 'Family Hub' range of home appliances.

Windows OS-powered tablets to account for 18% of market by 2019: Report
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Windows OS-powered tablets to account for 18% of market by 2019: Report

Android will continue its domination of the global tablet market in 2015, but Windows tablet market share will grow to 10 percent in 2015, nearly doubling by 2019...

Microsoft to show off more Windows 10 features: What's in it for the enterprise?
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Microsoft to show off more Windows 10 features: What's in it for the enterprise?

Last October, Microsoft said that Windows 10 -- which will replace the largely unpopular Windows 8 – is all set to be the “greatest enterprise platform ever.”

12 considerations when choosing mobile testing solution
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12 considerations when choosing mobile testing solution

Whether you’re in a small business or a global enterprise, you need a mobile testing solution that enables remote access to a wide range of devices. Remote access gives you the flexibility to have your test devices in one place and your developers and testers in another.

2015: No return for tablet sales boom; Windows will grow faster than iOS
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2015: No return for tablet sales boom; Windows will grow faster than iOS

From 2015, Windows is expected to grow faster than iOS, as the PC market stabilizes and the challenge for the next iPhone to find significant growth becomes greater, narrowing the gap between the two operating systems.

First look: Android 5.0 Lollipop turns your device into a new phone
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First look: Android 5.0 Lollipop turns your device into a new phone

My LG Nexus 4 received the Lollipop update early this morning, and I have been playing around with it for a few hours now. And at first look, it seems to be a fun, more colourful update with some definite improvements to user experience.