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Today’s Google event brought to reality a number of devices that we’d been hearing rumors about, including the Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X and the next-gen Chromecast. However, amidst the hub hub around the new devices came an unexpected surprise – the Pixel C Android tablet.

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Android’s open source nature makes it one of the most customizable and developer-friendly platforms out there, thus the basis of its appeal to many users. However, sometimes such freedom can cost people dearly too, just like the newest piece of information that has surfaced regarding Android Pay on rooted devices. According to a credible source, Android Pay will not work on rooted Android smartphones and tablets.

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Seems like round smartwatches are now in trend. After the likes of Moto 360, LG G Watch R, Huawei Watch and the recently announced Samsung Gear S2, it made sense for a company like Pebble to come up with a round-shaped option. Hence introducing the Pebble Time Round – a circular smartwatch that looks more like an actual watch first, and a gadget second.

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Xiaomi announces Mi 4c smartphone with flagship specs and features whose price point is set in line with budget smartphones. Here’s everything you need to know.

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As we reported recently, Apple’s App Store was a victim of a large-scale attack, infecting a bunch of iPhone and iPad apps, mostly from China, with malware.

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Apple’s developer beta program is pretty robust, and during their beta lifecycle, Apple’s products (software) see regular updates as they move towards their final versions. Just like how Apple released iOS 9.1 beta 1 ahead of public release of iOS 9.0, today Apple has seeded El Capitan 10.11.1 beta 1 ahead of OS X El Capitan 10.11 public release which is scheduled for September 30th. OS X El Capitan 10.11 is currently at GM candidate, ready for its official release in a couple of weeks time.

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iOS 9 vs iOS 8.4.1 on iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5, iPhone 4s and more in a head-to-head speed test and performance comparison. The video explores a number of aspects of iOS, including storage, WiFi speeds, app launching times, cold boot times, and even the somewhat scientific Geekbench test.

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Almost every year when a new iPhone arrives, the hype and mania surrounding it over the Internet blogosphere lasts days, if not weeks. People would praise it, blast it, experiment with it, “blend” it, compare it, go crazy over it, and someone would definitely tear it apart to figure out the component cost incurred when putting together an iPhone. Well guess what, now that the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are here, the teardown games have begun.

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iOS, while not as bloated as most Android phones out there, has still managed to accumulate a number of default apps like Maps, Mail, Calendar, Contacts and the likes. It’s all pretty usual, until one day you realize that there you’re not actually using all of them. In fact, some of them might be such that you’ve never even opened since you bought your iPhone (I’ve never touched Stocks, for instance). Long time coming, but Tim Cook appears to have hinted at the possibility of allowing users to remove default iOS apps in the future.

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The Windows 10 upgrade automatically downloads itself to Windows 8 and 7. You can disable it if you don’t want it eating up your limited Internet package, here’s a step-by-step guide on how.

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The wait is almost over. Apple has confirmed the public release date for OS X 10.11 El Capitan for Macs. Apple’s next major OS X update, dubbed El Capitan, promises a number of under-the-hood improvements alongside some really useful new features.

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Today, Google’s Director of Product Management, Android Pay, Pali Bhat, took to the official Android blog to announce the official roll out of Android Pay across more than a million locations in the United States. The payment solution allows you to use your Android smartphone to make payments at vendors that accept tap and pay solutions.

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